Predicting gully initiation: comparing data mining techniques, analytical hierarchy processes and the topographic threshold

@article{Svoray2012PredictingGI,
  title={Predicting gully initiation: comparing data mining techniques, analytical hierarchy processes and the topographic threshold},
  author={T. Svoray and Evgenia Michailov and A. Cohen and L. Rokach and Arnon Sturm},
  journal={Earth Surface Processes and Landforms},
  year={2012},
  volume={37},
  pages={607-619}
}
Predicting gully initiation at catchment scale was done previously by integrating a geographical information system (GIS) with physically based models, statistical procedures or with knowledge-based expert systems. However, the reliability and validity of applying these procedures are still questionable. In this work, a data mining (DM) procedure based on decision trees was applied to identify areas of gully initiation risk. Performance was compared with the analytic hierarchy process (AHP… Expand
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