A Conceptual Framework for Uncertainty Investigation in Map-based Land Cover Change Modelling

@article{Leyk2005ACF,
  title={A Conceptual Framework for Uncertainty Investigation in Map-based Land Cover Change Modelling},
  author={Stefan Leyk and Ruedi Boesch and Robert Weibel},
  journal={Trans. GIS},
  year={2005},
  volume={9},
  pages={291-322}
}
Uncertainty research represents a research stream of high interest within the community of geographical information science. Its elements, terminology and typology are still under strong discussion and adopted methods for analysis are currently under intensive development. This paper presents a conceptual framework for systematic investigation of uncertainty which occurs in applications of land cover change modelling in Geographical Information Systems (GIS) based on historical map data… CONTINUE READING
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