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Road Network Extraction from High Resolution Satellite Images based on LSE _ LBF Model
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Author(s)
T Rajani Mangala, S G Bhirud
KEYWORDS
Closing, Dilation, Gaussian Kernel Function, Morphological Operation, Level Segment Evolution, Local Binary Fitting, Road Network Extraction
ABSTRACT
Road information extraction from high resolution satellite images plays an important role because roads affect urban and rural land cover and usage. It is difficult and computationally intensive and expensive to extract roads due to presence of their road like features with straight edges. In this paper we have used the level segment evolution and local binary fitting based model for the extraction of roads. This algorithm followed by morphological operations gives satisfactory results.
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