Using Suitable Neighbors to Augment the Training Set in Hyperspectral Maximum Likelihood Classification
A method is presented for supplementing the training set in maximum likelihood classification of hyperspectral data to mitigate the Hughes phenomenon. Based on the idea that the near neighbors of training pixels are likely to come from the same class, measures are proposed to assess neighbors as potential candidates so that those selected give improved class statistics and classification accuracy.
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