[GRASS-dev] Re: Fwd: object based image analysis (something similar
gcpp.kalxas at gmail.com
Sat Oct 9 08:00:53 EDT 2010
As Hamish already posted, I am working on Object Based Image Analysis
for my PhD.
I have developed a system based on mseg
(http://sourceforge.net/projects/mseg/) for image segmentation, CLIPS
for rule based classification and Support Vector Machines for supervised
classification. I also use OpenCV for some advanced computer vision
algorithms. All these programs are combined through scripts and have
primitive CLI interfaces.
I have published some papers around this technology and I will release
all my code under GPL soon.
Especially for the segmentation algorithm, it is still unoptimized for
speed, but gives good results (of course it has to be improved a lot to
meet my expectations...). It is written in C++ and is missing gdal
integration right now (works only with ER-Mapper ers - BIL format) with
my own implementation of image I/O. Initially I had in mind to include
it on GRASS someday, but I will need support to know the internals of
On 10/09/2010 03:51 AM, Hamish wrote:
> Angelos Tzotsos (a.k.a. kalxas) wrote:
>> Also, I have a remote sensing background and I have been very
>> interested in WKTRaster, Rasdaman and ZooWPS.
>> I will try to contribute to those parts of the live dvd when I
>> find some free time or I will try to find a volunteer among my
>> students to test and contribute.
>> Also, I am developing a free algorithm/software for object
>> based image analysis (something similar to eCognition) and
>> plan to release some alpha version very soon.
>> This will have to go way too much distance to be final (this
>> time is only cli, like gdal), but I hope some day I will have
>> it on OSGeo-Live for everyone to use.
> for use with GRASS, that level of interaction is perfect.
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