A MODIFIED THREE-DIMENSIONAL GRAY-LEVEL CO-OCCURRENCE MATRIX FOR IMAGE CLASSIFICATION WITH DIGITAL SURFACE MODEL

Yan, L.; Xia, W.

2D texture cannot reflect the 3D object’s texture because it only considers the intensity distribution in the 2D image region but int real world the intensities of objects are distributed in 3D surface. This paper proposes a modified three-dimensional gray-level co-occurrence matrix (3D-GLCM) which is first introduced to process volumetric data but cannot be used directly to spectral images with digital surface model because of the data sparsity of the direction perpendicular to the image plane. Spectral and geometric features combined with no texture, 2D-GLCM and 3D-GLCM were put into random forest for comparing using ISPRS 2D semantic labelling challenge dataset, and the overall accuracy of the combination containing 3D GLCM improved by 2.4% and 1.3% compared to the combinations without textures or with 2D-GLCM correspondingly.

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Yan, L. / Xia, W.: A MODIFIED THREE-DIMENSIONAL GRAY-LEVEL CO-OCCURRENCE MATRIX FOR IMAGE CLASSIFICATION WITH DIGITAL SURFACE MODEL. 2019. Copernicus Publications.

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