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29 April 2016 Parallel multilayer perceptron neural network used for hyperspectral image classification
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This study is focused on time optimization for the classification problem presenting a comparison of five Artificial Neural Network Multilayer Perceptron (ANN-MLP) architectures. We use the Artificial Neural Network (ANN) because it allows to recognize patterns in data in a lower time rate. Time and classification accuracy are taken into account together for the comparison. According to time comparison, two paradigms in the computational field for each ANN-MLP architecture are analysed with three schemes. Firstly, sequential programming is applied by using a single CPU core. Secondly, parallel programming is employed over a multi-core CPU architecture. Finally, a programming model running on GPU architecture is implemented. Furthermore, the classification accuracy is compared between the proposed five ANN-MLP architectures and a state-of.the-art Support Vector Machine (SVM) with three classification frames: 50%,60% and 70% of the data set's observations are randomly selected to train the classifiers. Also, a visual comparison of the classified results is presented. The Peak Signal to Noise Ratio (PSNR) and Structural Similarity Index Measure (SSIM) criteria are also calculated to characterise visual perception. The images employed were acquired by the Airborne Visible/Infrared Imaging Spectrometer (AVIRIS), the Reflective Optics System Imaging Spectrometer (ROSIS) and the Hyperion sensor.
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Beatriz P. Garcia-Salgado, Volodymyr I. Ponomaryov, and Marco A. Robles-Gonzalez "Parallel multilayer perceptron neural network used for hyperspectral image classification", Proc. SPIE 9897, Real-Time Image and Video Processing 2016, 98970K (29 April 2016);

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