Remote Sensing Image Fusion Based on the Combination Grey Absolute Correlation Degree and IHS Transform
An improved fusion algorithm for multi-source remote sensing images with high spatial resolution and multi-sp!ectral capacity is proposed based on traditional IHS fusion and grey correlation analysis. Firstly, grey absolute correlation degree is used to discriminate non-edge pixels and edge pixels in high-spatial resolution images, by which the weight of intensity component is identified in order to combine it with high-spatial resolution image. Therefore, image fusion is achieved using IHS inverse transform. The proposed method is applied to ETM+ multi-spectral images and panchromatic image, and Quickbird's multi-spectral images and panchromatic image respectively. The experiments prove that the fusion method proposed in the paper can efficiently preserve spectral information of the original multi-spectral images while enhancing spatial resolution greatly. By comparison and analysis, the proposed fusion algorithm is better than traditional IHS fusion and fusion method based on grey correlation analysis and IHS transform.
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Sensors & Transducers, v. 183, issue 12, p. 177-183
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Lin, Hui; Pu, Ruiliang; Zhao, Changshen; and Hu, Zhaoling, "Remote Sensing Image Fusion Based on the Combination Grey Absolute Correlation Degree and IHS Transform" (2014). School of Geosciences Faculty and Staff Publications. 1343.