BCB-Crater-Detection on Mars
Published: 1 September 2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/bgx8mvz6x2.1
The experiments of this research are based on a large, high-resolution image of the Martian surface (37,500 x 56,250 m^2). This image contains a high density of small sub-kilometer craters and spatial variability of crater morphology. The training and test sets are constructed from a high resolution ($12.5$ m/pixel) panchromatic image $h0905\_0000$ centering on Nanedi Valles on Mars.
University of Massachusetts Boston