Object-oriented image analysis
Within this course object-oriented image analysis is introduced using different very high to high remote sensing data. Different approaches and techniques will be covered to allow students to apply this method in applied science.
Theoretical basics of object-oriented methods are covered and discussed concerning their disadvantages and advantages for applied landscape analysis. Practical exercises are covering first segmentation steps to ready classified images. Various examples and technical settings are explored to outline the challenges and potential of object-oriented image analysis. Final outcome will be an individual project working on different set of images and methods.
Coding examples and individual work will be covered
Various software programs will be used, but mainly OpenSource software such as R.
Different techniques will be introduced and practically applied.
The content of scientific with regard to the audience will be discussed.
General Course News and Updates
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