|Title:||Neural network training for the detection and classification of oceanic mesoscale eddies||Authors:||Santana, Oliverio J.
Smith, Ryan N.
|UNESCO Clasification:||120304 Inteligencia artificial
Convolutional neural network
Detection, et al
|Issue Date:||2020||Journal:||Remote Sensing||Abstract:||Recent advances in deep learning have made it possible to use neural networks for the detection and classification of oceanic mesoscale eddies from satellite altimetry data. Various neural network models have been proposed in recent years to address this challenge, but they have been trained using different types of input data and evaluated using different performance metrics, making a comparison between them impossible. In this article, we examine the most common dataset and metric choices, by analyzing the reasons for the divergences between them and pointing out the most appropriate choice to obtain a fair evaluation in this scenario. Based on this comparative study, we have developed several neural network models to detect and classify oceanic eddies from satellite images, showing that our most advanced models perform better than the models previously proposed in the literature.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10553/74383||DOI:||10.3390/RS12162625||Source:||Remote Sensing [EISSN 2072-4292], v. 12 (16), 2625, (Agosto 2020)|
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