Mapping vegetation in an urban area with stratified classification and multiple endmember spectral mixture analysis

@inproceedings{Liu2013MappingVI,
  title={Mapping vegetation in an urban area with stratified classification and multiple endmember spectral mixture analysis},
  author={T Liu and Xiaojun Yang},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract Vegetation is a fundamental element in urban ecosystems, and vegetation mapping is critical for urban and landscape planning and management. While remote sensing has increasingly been used for vegetation mapping, this spatially explicit approach can be challenging due to the spectral similarity between various vegetation types and the presence of complex features in the urban environment. The objective of this study is to develop a method that can help improve vegetation mapping in… CONTINUE READING

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