Mining urban land-use patterns from volunteered geographic information by means of genetic algorithms and artificial neural networks

@article{Hagenauer2012MiningUL,
  title={Mining urban land-use patterns from volunteered geographic information by means of genetic algorithms and artificial neural networks},
  author={Julian Hagenauer and Marco Helbich},
  journal={International Journal of Geographical Information Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={26},
  pages={963-982}
}
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