Integration of Logistic Regression and Genetic Programming to Model Coastal Louisiana Land Loss Using Remote Sensing

@inproceedings{Momm2007IntegrationOL,
  title={Integration of Logistic Regression and Genetic Programming to Model Coastal Louisiana Land Loss Using Remote Sensing},
  author={Henrique G. Momm},
  year={2007}
}
The land loss along the Louisiana Coast has been recognized as a growing problem. Efforts have been concentrated in the creation of a Decision Support System (DSS) to better address the problem in which the correct water delineation from remotely sensed data is a critical part of this project. Two different approaches have been evaluated in previous studies: logistic regression and genetic programming. Herein a third approach is proposed by combining genetic programming with logistic regression… CONTINUE READING

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