Novel Ensemble-Based Deep Learning Model for Remote Sensing Images Classification

Authors

  • Jagroop Singh

Keywords:

Deep learning, Particle swarm optimization, Hyper-parameters, Remote sensing images

Abstract

Scene classification from remote
sensing images is still defined as an ill-posed
problem. Deep learning models outperform the
competitive techniques but suffer from various
issues. These issues are it has been observed that
the majority of existing deep learning models such
as deep convolutional neural networks, etc. suffer
from premature convergence issues. It limits the
performance of scene classification. The tuning of
the hyper-parameters of deep learning models is
still a challenging issue, therefore, automating the
tuning of these parameters is desirable. Deep
learning models may also suffer from overfitting
issues. To overcome these issues, a novel ensemblebased deep learning model is used to classify the
scenes in remote sensing images. To tune the
hyper-parameters of the proposed scene
classification model, the particle swarm
optimization algorithm is also used. The
comparative analysis show that the proposed
model outperforms the existing model.

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2021-06-01

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Jagroop Singh. (2021). Novel Ensemble-Based Deep Learning Model for Remote Sensing Images Classification. iJournals:International Journal of Software & Hardware Research in Engineering ISSN:2347-4890, 9(5). Retrieved from https://ijournals.in/journal/index.php/ijshre/article/view/16