Jason Kane Gilbertson

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Traditionally, to map environmental features using remote sensing, practitioners will use training data to develop models on various satellite data sets using a number of classification approaches and use test data to select a single 'best performer' from which the final map is made. We use a combination of an omission/commission plot to evaluate various(More)
This study examined the value of automated and manual feature selection, when applied to machine learning and object-based image analysis (OBIA), for the differentiation of crops in a Mediterranean climate. Five Landsat8 images covering the phenological stages of seven major crops types in the study area (Cape Winelands, South Africa) were acquired and(More)
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