Diffusion-based inpainting for coding remote-sensing data

Naoufal Amrani, Joan Serra-Sagrista, Pascal Peter, Joachim Weickert

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Abstract

© 2004-2012 IEEE. Inpainting techniques based on partial differential equations (PDEs), such as diffusion processes, are gaining growing importance as a novel family of image compression methods. Nevertheless, the application of inpainting in the field of hyperspectral imagery has been mainly focused on filling in missing information or dead pixels due to sensor failures. In this letter, we propose a novel PDE-based inpainting algorithm to compress hyperspectral images. The method inpaints separately the known data in the spatial and spectral dimensions. Then, it applies a prediction model to the final inpainting solution to obtain a representation much closer to the original image. Experimental results over a set of hyperspectral images indicate that the proposed algorithm can perform better than a recent proposed extension to prediction-based standard CCSDS-123.0 at low bit rate, better than JPEG 2000 Part 2 with the DWT 9/7 as a spectral transform at all bit rates, and competitive to JPEG 2000 with principal component analysis, the optimal spectral decorrelation transform for Gaussian sources.
Original languageEnglish
Article number7949057
Pages (from-to)1203-1207
JournalIEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters
Volume14
Issue number8
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Aug 2017

Keywords

  • Data compression
  • Inpainting
  • Remote sensing

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