Thales Sehn Körting

Unsupervised classification exists?



I explain what is an unsupervised classification algorithm and what is a supervised algorithm.  I use examples about remote sensing image classification and I discuss my opinion about the unsupervised algorithms, which are in fact similar to the supervised ones.  Take as one example the well known unsupervised K-Means algorithm. The analyst must inform a priori the most important parameter to run the algorithm, the K value. I have a video about the K-Means algorithm. Follow my podcast: Subscribe to my YouTube channel: The intro and the final sounds were recorded at my home, using an old clock that belonged to my grandmother. Thanks for listening