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Reconstruction of Compressed Hyperspectral Image Using SqueezeNet Coupled Dense Attentional Net

Publication Type : Journal Article

Source : Remote Sensing, 2023, 15, 2734.

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Campus : Coimbatore

School : School of Engineering

Department : Electronics and Communication

Year : 2023

Abstract : This study addresses image denoising alongside the compression and reconstruction of hyperspectral images (HSIs) using deep learning techniques, since the research community is striving to produce effective results to utilize hyperspectral data. Here, the SqueezeNet architecture is trained with a Gaussian noise model to predict and discriminate noisy pixels of HSI to obtain a clean image as output. The denoised image is further processed by the tunable spectral filter (TSF), which is a dual-level prediction filter to produce a compressed image. Subsequently, the compressed image is analyzed through a dense attentional net (DAN) model for reconstruction by reverse dual-level prediction operation. All the proposed mechanisms are employed in Python and evaluated using a Ben-Gurion University-Interdisciplinary Computational Vision Laboratory (BGU-ICVL) dataset. The results of SqueezeNet architecture applied to the dataset produced the denoised output with a Peak Signal to Noise Ratio (PSNR) value of 45.43 dB. The TSF implemented to the denoised images provided compression with a Mean Square Error (MSE) value of 8.334. Subsequently, the DAN model executed and produced reconstructed images with a Structural Similarity Index Measure (SSIM) value of 0.9964 dB. The study proved that each stage of the proposed approach resulted in a quality output, and the developed model is more effective to further utilize the HSI. This model can be well utilized using HSI data for mineral exploration.

Cite this Research Publication : Mohan, D.; Aravinth, J.; Rajendran, S., "Reconstruction of Compressed Hyperspectral Image Using SqueezeNet Coupled Dense Attentional Net," Remote Sensing, 2023, 15, 2734.

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