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Joint Supervised Classification and Reconstruction of Irregularly Sampled Satellite Image Times Series

Abstract : Recent satellite missions have led to a huge amount of earth observation data, most of them being freely available. In such a context, satellite image time series have been used to study land use and land cover information. However, optical time series, like Sentinel-2 or Landsat ones, are provided with an irregular time sampling for different spatial locations, and images may contain clouds and shadows. Thus, pre-processing techniques are usually required to properly classify such data. The proposed approach is able to deal with irregular temporal sampling and missing data directly in the classification process. It is based on Gaussian processes and allows to perform jointly the classification of the pixel labels as well as the reconstruction of the pixel time series. The method complexity scales linearly with the number of pixels, making it amenable in large scale scenarios. Experimental classification and reconstruction results show that the method does not compete yet with state of the art classifiers but yields reconstructions that are robust with respect to the presence of undetected clouds or shadows and does not require any temporal preprocessing.
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Alexandre Constantin, Mathieu Fauvel, Stéphane Girard. Joint Supervised Classification and Reconstruction of Irregularly Sampled Satellite Image Times Series. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, In press. ⟨hal-02997573v3⟩

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