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Investigating Model Robustness Against Sensor Variation


Large datasets of geospatial satellite images are available online, exhibiting significant variations in both image quality and content. These variations in image quality stem from the image processing pipeline and image acquisition settings, resulting in subtle differences within datasets of images acquired with the same satellites. Recent progress in the field of image processing have considerably enhanced capabilities in noise and artifacts removal, as well as image super-resolution. Consequently, this opens up possibilities for homogenizing geospatial image datasets by reducing the intra-dataset variations in image quality. In this work, we show that conventional image detection and segmentation neural networks trained on geospatial data are robust neither to noise and artefact removal preprocessing, nor to mild resolution variations.
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hal-04112635 , version 1 (31-05-2023)




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Matthieu Terris, Sagar Verma. Investigating Model Robustness Against Sensor Variation. IGARSS 2023 - International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, IEEE, Jul 2023, Pasadena, United States. ⟨hal-04112635⟩
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