BOUNDARY REGULARIZED BUILDING FOOTPRINT EXTRACTION FROM SATELLITE IMAGES USING DEEP NEURAL NETWORKS

Zhao, K.; Kamran, M.; Sohn, G.

In recent years, an ever-increasing number of remote satellites are orbiting the Earth which streams vast amount of visual data to support a wide range of civil, public and military applications. One of the key information obtained from satellite imagery is to produce and update spatial maps of built environment due to its wide coverage with high resolution data. However, reconstructing spatial maps from satellite imagery is not a trivial vision task as it requires reconstructing a scene or object with high-level representation such as primitives. For the last decade, significant advancement in object detection and representation using visual data has been achieved, but the primitive-based object representation still remains as a challenging vision task. Thus, a high-quality spatial map is mainly produced through complex labour-intensive processes. In this paper, we propose a novel deep neural network, which enables to jointly detect building instance and regularize noisy building boundary shapes from a single satellite imagery. The proposed deep learning method consists of a two-stage object detection network to produce region of interest (RoI) features and a building boundary extraction network using graph models to learn geometric information of the polygon shapes. Extensive experiments show that our model can accomplish multi-tasks of object localization, recognition, semantic labelling and geometric shape extraction simultaneously. In terms of building extraction accuracy, computation efficiency and boundary regularization performance, our model outperforms the state-of-the-art baseline models.

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Zhao, K. / Kamran, M. / Sohn, G.: BOUNDARY REGULARIZED BUILDING FOOTPRINT EXTRACTION FROM SATELLITE IMAGES USING DEEP NEURAL NETWORKS. 2020. Copernicus Publications.

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