Applying evidential reasoning methods to agricultural land cover classification

@inproceedings{Lein2003ApplyingER,
  title={Applying evidential reasoning methods to agricultural land cover classification},
  author={James K. Lein},
  year={2003}
}
Land cover classification remains an important and complex problem when land observational satellites are involved. Conventional methods of image classification have been shown to provide adequate results; however, when complex surface arrangements are encountered the reliability of conventional approaches can be called into question. This situation is particularly apparent when land cover classes cannot be well discriminated, or when land cover categories are sufficiently broad in their… CONTINUE READING
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