Anomaly Segmentation for High-Resolution Remote Sensing Images Based on Pixel Descriptors
Keywords:DMKM: Anomaly/Outlier Detection, CV: Applications, CV: Representation Learning for Vision, CV: Segmentation
AbstractAnomaly segmentation in high spatial resolution (HSR) remote sensing imagery is aimed at segmenting anomaly patterns of the earth deviating from normal patterns, which plays an important role in various Earth vision applications. However, it is a challenging task due to the complex distribution and the irregular shapes of objects, and the lack of abnormal samples. To tackle these problems, an anomaly segmentation model based on pixel descriptors (ASD) is proposed for anomaly segmentation in HSR imagery. Specifically, deep one-class classification is introduced for anomaly segmentation in the feature space with discriminative pixel descriptors. The ASD model incorporates the data argument for generating virtual abnormal samples, which can force the pixel descriptors to be compact for normal data and meanwhile to be diverse to avoid the model collapse problems when only positive samples participated in the training. In addition, the ASD introduced a multi-level and multi-scale feature extraction strategy for learning the low-level and semantic information to make the pixel descriptors feature-rich. The proposed ASD model was validated using four HSR datasets and compared with the recent state-of-the-art models, showing its potential value in Earth vision applications.
How to Cite
Li, J., Wang, X., Zhao, H., Wang, S., & Zhong, Y. (2023). Anomaly Segmentation for High-Resolution Remote Sensing Images Based on Pixel Descriptors. Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 37(4), 4426-4434. https://doi.org/10.1609/aaai.v37i4.25563
AAAI Technical Track on Data Mining and Knowledge Management