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As an important topographic attribute widely-used in precision agriculture, topographic wetness index (TWI) is designed to quantify the effect of local topography on hydrological processes and for modeling the spatial distribution of soil moisture and surface saturation. This index is formulated as TWI = ln(a/tanβ), where a is the upslope contributing area(More)
The general image segmentation approach used in other domains may not be applicable to the remote sensing field, which is due to the following factors: remotely sensed data is multi-spectral, always very large in size, and in multi-scale as well. How to quickly and efficiently segment remotely sensed imagery is still a big issue to be solved. Based on human(More)
With the rapid development of technology of sensors and data transmission, using all kinds of airplane sensors and satellite sensors, the authors can get different voluminous remote sensing image data of earth. Those voluminous remote sensing image data bring problems of data storage and management. It is becoming increasingly necessary to retrieve some(More)
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