23 January 2002 Integration of census data, remote sensing, and GIS techniques for land-use and cover classification
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The main purpose of the research presented in this paper is the development and validation, through the application to a case study, of an efficient form of satellite image classification that integrates ancillary information (Census data; the Municipal Mater Plan; the Road Network) and remote sensing data in a Geographic Information System. The developed procedure follows a layered classification approach, being composed by three main stages: 1) Pre- classification stratification; 2) Application of Bayesian and Maximum-likelihood classifiers; 3) Post-classification sorting. Common approaches incorporate the ancillary data before, during or after classification. In the proposes method, all the steps take the auxiliary information into account. The proposed method achieves, globally, much better classification results than the classical, one layer, Minimum Distance and Maximum-likelihood classifiers. Also, it greatly improves the accuracy of those classes where the classification process uses the ancillary data.
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Jorge Rocha, Jorge Rocha, Maria Paula Queluz, Maria Paula Queluz, } "Integration of census data, remote sensing, and GIS techniques for land-use and cover classification", Proc. SPIE 4545, Remote Sensing for Environmental Monitoring, GIS Applications, and Geology, (23 January 2002); doi: 10.1117/12.453658; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.453658
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