Tanimoto Gaussian Kernelized Feature Extraction Based Multinomial Gentleboost Machine Learning for Multi-Spectral Aerial Image Classification
A.Gokila Vani1, V. Saravanan2

1A.Gokila Vani, Ph.D. Scholar, Hindusthan College of Arts and Science,Coimbatore – 641 028.

2Dr. V. Saravanan, Associate Professor & HEAD, Hindusthan College of Arts and Science, Department of IT, Hindusthan College of Arts and Science,Coimbatore – 641 028

Manuscript received on 02 October 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 13 October 2019 | Manuscript Published on 29 June 2020 | PP: 208-216 | Volume-8 Issue-10S2 August 2019 | Retrieval Number: J103608810S19/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.J1036.08810S19

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Abstract: Aerial images provide a landscape view of earth surfaces that utilized to monitor the large areas. Each Aerial image comprises the different scenes to identify the objects on the digital maps. The several methodologies have been developed to solve the problem of the scene classification using input aerial images. The method does not improve the classification performance using more aerial images. In order to improve the classification performance, a Tanimoto Gaussian Kernelized Feature Extraction Based Multinomial GentleBoost Classification (TGKFE-MGBC) technique is introduced. The TGKFE-MGBC technique comprises three major processes namely object-based segmentation, feature extraction and aerial image scene classification. At first, object-based segmentation partitions the aerial image into several sub-bands. Aerial image with more than two objects is called as multi-spectral. The objects in spectral bands are identified by Tanimoto pixel similarity measure. This process helps to reduce the feature extraction time. Each object has different features like shape, size, color, texture and so on. After that, Gaussian Kernelized Feature Extraction is carried out to extracts the features from the objects with minimal time. Finally, the Multinomial GentleBoost Classification is applied for categorizing the scenes into different classes with the extracted features. The GentleBoost is an ensemble technique uses multinomial naïve Bayes probabilistic classifier as a weak learner and it combines to makes a strong one for classifying the scenes. The strong classifier result improves the aerial image scene classification accuracy and minimizes the false positive rate. Simulation is conducted using aerial image database with different factors such as feature extraction time, aerial image scene classification accuracy and false positive rate. The results showed that the TGKFE-MGBC technique effectively improves the aerial image scene classification accuracy and minimizes the feature extraction time as well as the false positive rate.

Keywords: Aerial Image, Object-based Segmentation, Tanimoto Pixel Similarity, Gaussian Kernelized Feature Extraction, Multinomial GentleBoost Scene Classification, weak Learner, Naïve Bayes Probabilistic Classifier.
Scope of the Article: Classification