Journals starting with obia

OBIA06 * *ISPRS Geographic Object-Based Image Analysis
* A-priori information driven model for road segmentation in high resolution images
* And where does it come from?
* Application of high spatial resolution satellite imagery for urban environment mapping
* Application of Landsat TM 5 images to supervised and non-supervised classifications in the northeastern region of Argentina (South America). Creating proxies to automatic natural resources monitoring in mid-detail scales
* application of remote sensing to identify and measure sealed areas in urban environments, The
* Artificial neural networks for improvement of classification accuracy in Landsat ETM+ images
* Assessing mountain forest structure using airborne laser scanning and landscape metrics
* Automated 3-D feature extraction from terrestrial and airborne LiDAR
* Automated mapping and updating techniques in transboundary East European UNESCO Biosphere Reserves development
* Bridging Remote Sensing and GIS: Which are the main supportive pillars?
* Classification accuracy of wavelet-based fusion image with texture filtering using high resolution satellite images
* Classification methods for preventive analysis of tropical slope systems: Mapping Leyte's pre disaster environment with ASTER imagery
* DeCOVER: Developing a methodology to update land cover data for public authorities in Germany
* Detecting informal settlements from QuickBird data in Rio de Janeiro using an object based approach
* Detecting roads in informal settlements surrounding Sao Paulo City by using object-based classification
* Detection of FFH areas in forests with the assistance of remote sensing and GIS in Thuringia
* Determination of optimal scale parameters for alliance-level forest classification of multispectral Ikonos images
* Developing an integrated system for the extraction of sub-fields within agricultural parcels from remote sensing images
* development of integrated object-based analysis of EO data within UK national land cover products, The
* Evaluation of remote sensing image segmentation quality: Further results and concepts
* Example of object based approach in land cover classification of VHR satellite image for agricultural areas
* Field-based classification of agricultural crops using multi-scale images
* genetic approach for the automatic adaptation of segmentation parameters, A
* GMES: Integrated geo-information services in support of European policies
* Hedges and tree rows detection with E-Cognition for the use of the French national forest inventory
* Image data and LiDAR: An ideal combination matched by object-oriented analysis
* Increased production chain efficiency using object based image analysis: a case study
* Influence of image segmentation parameters on positional and spectral quality of the derived objects
* integrated earthquake damage detection system, An
* Integrating Lidar and CIR imagery for mapping tidal wetlands: An object-based approach
* Integrating texture features into a region-based multi-scale image segmentation algorithm
* Integration of ancillary information into object-based Classification for Detection of Forest Structures and habitats
* Knowledge Transfer: Formalising an interpretation key
* Landsat stand basal area classification suitable for automating stratification of forest into statistically efficient strata, A
* Large area QuickBird imagery for object-based image analysis in Western Kenya: pre-processing difficulties, workarounds and resulting benefits as well as (first) segmentation strategies
* LiDAR and object-based image analysis as tools for monitoring the structural diversity of savanna vegetation
* Methodology for a Canadian agricultural land cover classification
* Modelling uncertainty in high resolution remotely sensed scenes using a fuzzy logic approach
* Multi-temporal object-oriented classifications and analysis of Quickbird scenes at a metropolitan area in Brazil (Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais State)
* Multiscale landscape representation derived from remote sensing images using spatial subpixel models and combinatorial maps
* Multiscale representation of brownfield sites with IKONOS imagery
* new method of vegetation mapping by object-based classification using high resolution satellite data, A
* Object analysis of Ikonos XS and pan-sharpened imagery in comparison for purpose of tree species estimation
* Object based analysis of airborne laser scanning data for natural hazard purposes using open source components
* Object based classification of L-Band SAR data for the delineation of forest cover maps and the devection of deforestation
* Object based forest stand density estimation from very high resolution optical imagery using wavelet based texture measures
* Object context information for advanced forest change classification strategies
* Object fate analysis: A virtual overlay method for the categorisation of object transition and object-based accuracy assessment
* object oriented approach for the discrimination of forest areas under the criteria of forest legislation in Greece using very high resolution data, An
* object oriented data model for a high end land cover classification product, An
* Object oriented oil spill contamination mapping in West Siberia with Quickbird data
* Object-Based Change Detection: An Unsupervised Approach
* object-based classification procedure for the derivation of broad land cover classes using both optical and SAR data, An
* Object-based image analysis for meso-scale approach: The experience of landcover mapping of the Brazilian Coastal Rainforest Biome
* Object-based image analysis: strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT)
* Object-based segmentation of cultural and natural landscapes using landscape models to derive contextual classification
* Object-oriented analysis of high-resolution satellite images for intra-urban land cover classification: case study in São José dos campos, São Paulo State, Brazil
* Object-Oriented Image Analysis for the Identification of Geologic Lineaments
* Object-oriented image analysis of land cover for multi-temporal monitoring. Case study: Zakynthos Island, Greece
* Object-oriented wavelet multi-resolution image analysis of the Siberian GBFM radar mosaic combined with MERIS imagery for continental scale land cover mapping
* Object-recognition and feature extraction from imagery: The Feature Analyst Approach
* On segment based image fusion
* potential use of very high spatial resolution data and object-based classification for mapping urban sprawl, The
* procedure for automatic object-based classification, A
* Region-based classification potential for land-cover classification with very high spatial resolution satellite data
* SEATH: A new tool for automated feature extraction in the context of object-based image analysis
* Segmentation and object extraction from anisotropic diffusion filtered LiDAR intensity data
* Segmentation based analysis of high resolution remotely sensed data for forest diversity characterization
* Semi-automated forest stand delineation using wavelet-based segmentation of very high resolution optical imagery in Flanders, Belgium
* Sequential processing of image objects and its consequences for automatic analysis
* Stratification: a problem in rangeland monitoring
* Study and application of a multi-resolution hierarchy remote sensing image classification
* Study on the relationship between landscape characteristics of fragmented urban green spaces and distribution of urban butterflies - Application of object-based satellite image analysis
* Supervised and forest type-specific multi-scale segmentation for a one-level-representation of single trees
* support vector machine approach for object based image analysis, A
* Tracking environmental impacts and habitat fragmentation on coastal protected areas through object oriented analysis. Identification and categorization of linear disturbances in Corrubedo Natural Park (NW Iberian Peninsula)
* Tropical forest monitoring by object-based change detection: Towards an automated method in an operational perspective
* Two structure-related strategies for automatically delineating and classifying habitats in an alpine environment
* Using ArcGIS Model Builder for object-based image classification of seagrass meadows
* Using digital photographs and object-based image analysis to estimate percent ground cover in vegetation plots
* Using texture to tackle the problem of scale in land-cover classification
* Variographic Analysis of Multi-Source Remotely Sensed Imageries by Wavelet-based Approaches
* Vine plot detection in aerial images using Fourier analysis
* Wetland mapping using object-oriented classification, a multi-scale approach for the Canadian Wetland Inventory (CWI) initiative
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