Multi-variate flood damage assessment: a tree-based data-mining approach

@article{Merz2013MultivariateFD,
  title={Multi-variate flood damage assessment: a tree-based data-mining approach},
  author={B. Merz and H. Kreibich and Upmanu Lall},
  journal={Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences},
  year={2013},
  volume={13},
  pages={53-64}
}
  • B. Merz, H. Kreibich, Upmanu Lall
  • Published 2013
  • Computer Science
  • Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences
  • Abstract. The usual approach for flood damage assessment consists of stage-damage functions which relate the relative or absolute damage for a certain class of objects to the inundation depth. Other characteristics of the flooding situation and of the flooded object are rarely taken into account, although flood damage is influenced by a variety of factors. We apply a group of data-mining techniques, known as tree-structured models, to flood damage assessment. A very comprehensive data set of… CONTINUE READING
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