Jagannath Aryal

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Effective assessment of biodiversity in cities requires detailed vegetation maps. To date, most remote sensing of urban vegetation has focused on thematically coarse land cover products. Detailed habitat maps are created by manual interpretation of aerial photographs, but this is time consuming and costly at large scale. To address this issue, we tested the(More)
The management of vegetated areas by urban planners relies on detailed and updated knowledge of their nature and distribution. Manual photo-interpretation of aerial photographs is efficient, but is time consuming. Image segmentation and object-oriented classifications provide a tool to automatically delineate and label vegetation units. Object-oriented(More)
In this paper, the authors present a methodology to solve the weighted barycenter problem when the data is inherently fuzzy. This method, from data clustered by expert visual inspection of maps, calculates bi-dimensional fuzzy numbers from the spatial clusters, which in turn are used to obtain the weighted fuzzy barycenter of a particular area. The authors(More)
The rapid access of sensor technology provides both challenges and opportunities to authenticated spatiotemporal data. Authentication can be assured by developing related ontologies. Ontology explicitly specifies shared conceptualization and formal vocabularies. In this paper, we proposed an environmental spatio-temporal ontology (ESTO) using unified(More)
In Australia, water shortage is a severe issue in many areas, particularly in the agricultural sector which is responsible for 65% of the total water usage. Much of the environmental degradation including salinisation is associated with the changes in the near-surface water balance induced by massive clearing of native vegetation and deforestation. These(More)
Large scale environmental knowledge integration and development of a knowledge recommendation system for the Linked Open Data Cloud using semantic machine learning approach was the main mission of this research. This study considered five different environmental big data sources including SILO, AWAP, ASRIS, MODIS and CosmOz complementary for knowledge(More)
Natural images, which are filled with intriguing stimuli of spatial objects, represent our cognition and are rich in spatial information. Accurate extraction of spatial objects is challenging due to the associated spatial and spectral complexities in object recognition. In this paper, the authors tackle the problem of spatial object extraction in a(More)