Estimation of urban vegetation abundance by spectral mixture analysis

@inproceedings{Small2001EstimationOU,
  title={Estimation of urban vegetation abundance by spectral mixture analysis},
  author={C. Small and Lamont-Doherty},
  year={2001}
}
The spatio-temporal distribution of vegetation is a fundamental component of the urban environment that can be quanti® ed using multispectral imagery. However, spectral heterogeneity at scales comparable to sensor resolution limits the utility of conventional hard classi® cation methods with multispectral re ̄ ectance data in urban areas. Spectral mixture models may provide a physically based solution to the problem of spectral heterogeneity. The objective of this study is to examine the… CONTINUE READING
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