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Image Fusion and Evaluation by using Mapping Satellite-1 Data
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 Title & Authors
Image Fusion and Evaluation by using Mapping Satellite-1 Data
Huang, He; Hu, Yafei; Feng, Yi; Zhang, Meng; Song, DongSeob;
 
 Abstract
China's Mapping Satellite-1, developed by the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC), was launched in three years ago. The data from Mapping Satellite-1 are able to use for efficient surveying and geometric mapping application field. In this paper, we fuse the panchromatic and multispectral images of Changchun area, which are obtained from the Mapping Satellite-1, the one that is the Chinese first transmission-type three-dimensional mapping satellite. The four traditional image fusion methods, which are HPF, Mod.IHS, Panshar and wavelet transform, were used to approach for effectively fusing Mapping Satellite-1 remote sensing data. Subsequently we assess the results with some commonly used methods, which are known a subjective qualitative evaluation and quantitative statistical analysis approach. Consequently, we found that the wavelet transform remote sensing image fusion is the optimal in the degree of distortion, the ability of performance of details and image information availability among four methods. To further understand the optimal methods to fuse Mapping Satellite-1 images, an additional study is necessary.
 Keywords
Mapping Satellite-1;Image fusion;HPF;Mod.IHS;Panshar;Wavelet transform;
 Language
English
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