Madhumita Dey

Madhumita Dey
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur | IIT KGP · Ranbir and Chitra Gupta School of Infrastructure Design and Management

Doctor of Philosophy
Geoinformatics | Deep Learning


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Currently, working as a Doctoral student for MHRD-funded research at Ranbir and Chitra Gupta School of Infrastructure Design and Management, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur | My area of research is satellite image processing and feature extraction using cutting-edge deep learning algorithms.


Publications (6)
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Extraction of features is a unique approach that has several real-time applications. In remote sensing, road feature extraction includes recognising and extracting essential information about roads from high-resolution remote sensing photos. This data may include the shape, size, direction, and connection of roadways and their surroundings we can i...
Conference Paper
The mapping of urban landscapes is a challenging task due to their dense and diverse characteristics. The changing urban environment with developing infrastructure demands constant updates and accurate extraction techniques. Recent advancement in geospatial technology has led to the capture of high-resolution data and its analysis at a finer scale....
High-dimensional geospatial data visualization has gained much importance in recent decades. But to analyze it, traditional technologies used in machine learning are not convincing enough, and thus to switch to a sub-domain of machine learning called deep learning that has gained popularity because of its accuracy and high dimensional data analysis...
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Land use and land cover change has become a prime issued in present scenario for managing natural resources and utilization of land. Dhanbad is the coal capital of India and the fastest mining area in India witnessing fast land use change in agriculture land, vegetation, open scrub and water bodies. This study reveals a dynamic land cover change in...


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