Landcover change detection using PSO-evaluated quantum CA approach on multi-temporal remote-sensing watershed images
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Computer science plays a major role in image segmentation and image processing applications. Despite the computational cost, PSO evaluated QCA approaches perform comparable to or better than their crisp counterparts. This novel approach, proposed in this chapter, has been found to enhance the functionality of the CA rule base and thus enhance the established potentiality of the fuzzy-based segmentation domain with the help of quantum cellular automata. This new unsupervised method is able to detect clusters using 2-dimensional quantum cellular automata model based on PSO evaluation. As a discrete, dynamical system, cellular automaton explores uniformly interconnected cells with states. In the second phase, it utilizes a 2-dimensional cellular automata to prioritize allocations of mixed pixels among overlapping land cover areas. The authors experiment on Tilaya Reservoir Catchment on Barakar River. The clustered regions are compared with well-known PSO, FCM, and k-means methods and also with the ground truth knowledge. The results show the superiority of the new method.
|Titel på värdpublikation||Quantum-Inspired Intelligent Systems for Multimedia Data Analysis|
|ISBN (tryckt)||1522552197, 9781522552192|
|Status||Published - 2018 apr 13|
|Peer review utförd||Ja|