In many practical situations thematic classes can not be discriminated by spectral measurements alone. Often one needs additional features such as population density, road density, wetlands, elevation, soil types, etc. which are discrete attributes. On the other hand remote sensing image features are continuous attributes. Finding a suitable statistical model and estimation of parameters is a challenging task in multisource (e.g., discrete and continuous attributes) data classification. In this paper we present a semi-supervised learning method by assuming that the samples were generated by a mixture model, where each component could be either a continuous or discrete distribution. Overall classification accuracy of the proposed method is improved by 12% in our initial experiments.