Matlab Code for Satellite Multispectral Image Enhancement
The project presents Image Enhancement Based On pansharpening based Non-subsampled contourlet transformation for satellite panchromatic and multi spectral images.
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The project presents that pansharpening based Non-subsampled contourlet transformation for satellite panchromatic and multi spectral images. It involves two different approaches that are, NSCT with different levels of decomposition and NSCT with up sampling based pixel level fusion. NSCT is very efficient in representing the directional information and capturing intrinsic geometrical structures of the objects. It has characteristics of high resolution, shift-invariance, and high directionality. An integration of high spatial resolution extracted from PAN images into the high spectral resolution of MS images generates both high spatial and spectral resolution pan sharpened image. Here, a given number of decomposition levels are used for multispectral images while a higher number of decomposition levels are used for Pan Images relatively to the ratio of the Pan Pixel size to the MS pixel size. This preserves both spectral and spatial qualities while decreasing computation time. By applying upsampling after NSCT, structures and detail information of the MS images are more likely to be preserved. Hence, pan-sharpening is done by fusing it with detail information provided by the Pan image at the same fine level. The system simulated result shows that used method provides better resolution in these images rather than prior approaches and it also measured the performance parameters such as correlation, PSNR, SSIM and standard deviation.
- IHS Transformation
- Principal Component Analysis
- Discrete wavelet and Curvelet transformations
- More Color and spectral distortion
- Poor discriminatory power
- Limited representation of contour edges due to sub sampling.
The Fusion of panchromatic and multispectral images for PAN sharpening based on,
- Non subsampled contourlet transform and Pixel level Fusion
- Different Level NSCT
- Energy Measurement
- Pixel Level Fusion
- Parametric Evaluation
- Minimal spectral distortion
- Better edge representation due to shift invariant property
- It provides high spatial and spectral resolution MS images
- Satellite Imaging
- Human Visual System
- MATLAB 7.5 and above versions
- This resolution enhancement can further improves with Lanczos based upsampling and Gabor filtering for texture characterization.
- Upsampling reduces the distortion of detailed information and Gabor provides detail, structure components at different orientations
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