Determination of The Best Methodology for Bathymetry Mapping using Spot 6 Imagery: A Study of 12 Empirical Algorithms

Masita Dwi Mandini Manessa and Muhammad Haidar and Maryani Hastuti and Diah Kirana Kresnawati (2017) Determination of The Best Methodology for Bathymetry Mapping using Spot 6 Imagery: A Study of 12 Empirical Algorithms. International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences, 14 (2). pp. 127-136. ISSN 0216-6739

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Abstract

For the past four decades, many researchers have published a novel empirical methodology for bathymetry extraction using remote sensing data. However, a comparative analysis of each method has not yet been done. Which is important to determine the best method that gives a good accuracy prediction. This study focuses on empirical bathymetry extraction methodology for multispectral data with three visible band, specifically SPOT 6 Image. Twelve algorithms have been chosen intentionally, namely, 1) Ratio transform (RT); 2) Multiple linear regression (MLR); 3) Multiple nonlinear regression (RF); 4) Second-order polynomial of ratio transform (SPR); 5) Principle component (PC); 6) Multiple linear regression using relaxing uniformity assumption on water and atmosphere (KNW); 7) Semiparametric regression using depth-independent variables (SMP); 8) Semiparametric regression using spatial coordinates (STR); 9) Semiparametric regression using depth-independent variables and spatial coordinates (TNP), 10) bagging fitting ensemble (BAG); 11) least squares boosting fitting ensemble (LSB); and 12) support vector regression (SVR). This study assesses the performance of 12 empirical models for bathymetry calculations in two different areas: Gili Mantra Islands, West Nusa Tenggara and Menjangan Island, Bali. The estimated depth from each method was compared with echosounder data; RF, STR, and TNP results demonstrate higher accuracy ranges from 0.02 to 0.63 m more than other nine methods. The TNP algorithm, producing the most accurate results (Gili Mantra Island RMSE = 1.01 m and R2=0.82, Menjangan Island RMSE = 1.09 m and R2=0.45), proved to be the preferred algorithm for bathymetry mapping

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: bathymetry; SPOT 6; empirical methodology; multispectral image
Subjects: Teknologi Penginderaan Jauh > Pengelolaan dan Pengembangan > Citra Satelit
Divisions: Deputi Penginderaan Jauh > Pusat Pemanfaatan Penginderaan jauh
Depositing User: Dinar Indrasasi
Date Deposited: 26 Aug 2021 01:44
Last Modified: 26 Aug 2021 01:44
URI: http://repositori.lapan.go.id/id/eprint/1186

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