Multiview Subspace Clustering of Hyperspectral Images based on Graph Convolutional Networks

Xianju Li, Renxiang Guan, Zihao Li, Hao Liu, Jing Yang
Computer Science, Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (cs.CV)
2024-03-03 00:00:00
High-dimensional and complex spectral structures make clustering of hy-perspectral images (HSI) a challenging task. Subspace clustering has been shown to be an effective approach for addressing this problem. However, current subspace clustering algorithms are mainly designed for a single view and do not fully exploit spatial or texture feature information in HSI. This study proposed a multiview subspace clustering of HSI based on graph convolutional networks. (1) This paper uses the powerful classification ability of graph convolutional network and the learning ability of topologi-cal relationships between nodes to analyze and express the spatial relation-ship of HSI. (2) Pixel texture and pixel neighbor spatial-spectral infor-mation were sent to construct two graph convolutional subspaces. (3) An attention-based fusion module was used to adaptively construct a more discriminative feature map. The model was evaluated on three popular HSI datasets, including Indian Pines, Pavia University, and Houston. It achieved overall accuracies of 92.38%, 93.43%, and 83.82%, respectively and significantly outperformed the state-of-the-art clustering methods. In conclusion, the proposed model can effectively improve the clustering ac-curacy of HSI.
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