THE USE OF DEEP LEARNING IN REMOTE SENSING FOR MAPPING IMPERVIOUS SURFACE: A REVIEW PAPER
Keywords: Impervious Surface, Remote Sensing, Deep Learning, CNNs, DNNs, Review
Abstract. In recent years, deep convolutional neural networks (CNNs) algorithms have demonstrated outstanding performance in a wide range of remote sensing applications, including image classification, image detection, and image segmentation. Urban development, as defined by urban expansion, mapping impervious surfaces, and built-up areas, is one of these fascinating issues. The goal of this research is to explore at and summarize the deep learning approaches used in urbanization. In addition, several of these methods are highlighted in order to provide a comprehensive overview and comprehension of them, as well as their pros and downsides.