Spectral Separability of Local Climate Zones in Landsat 8 Imagery and its Application in WUDAPT Framework

Abstract : Local Climate Zones (LCZs) classification of urban area under World Urban Database and Portal Tool (WUDAPT) framework has amassed about 100 regions' LCZ catalog by an international collaboration of researchers. With Landsat 8 (L8) being the current standard of imagery for most of the LCZ classification process, the question of ability to distinguish LCZs from the spectral range of L8 imagery need to be answered. Using sample of training areas, Jeffries-Matusita distance are computed as the measure of separability to investigate if any pairs of LCZ class consistently show similar spectral signature and it's utility to predict the quality of final LCZ classification.
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Parth Bansal. Spectral Separability of Local Climate Zones in Landsat 8 Imagery and its Application in WUDAPT Framework. 2019. ⟨hal-02265553⟩

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