Mapping Ecological Land Systems and Classification Uncertainties from Digital Elevation and Forest-Cover Data Using Neural Networks
ystem classes at Duck Mountain, Manitoba, Canada. Training and testing of those neural networks were done using an existing land-systems map prepared through airphoto interpretation and field studies. Two types of data structure were evaluated: polygon and raster forms. Both types of data sets contained the elevation, slope, aspect, dominant forest species and corresponding crown closures, and more general site information on
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Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing, 62, no. 11, p. 1249-1260
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Gong, Peng; Pu, Ruiliang; and Chen, J., "Mapping Ecological Land Systems and Classification Uncertainties from Digital Elevation and Forest-Cover Data Using Neural Networks" (1996). School of Geosciences Faculty and Staff Publications. 409.