Corpus ID: 13816097

Probabilistic prediction models for landslide hazard mapping

  title={Probabilistic prediction models for landslide hazard mapping},
  author={C. Chung and A. Fabbri},
  journal={Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing},
  • C. Chung, A. Fabbri
  • Published 1999
  • Geography
  • Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing
  • A joint conditional probability model is proposed to represent a measure of a future landslide hazard, and five estimation procedures for the model are presented. The distribution of past landslides was divided into two groups with respect to a fixed time. A training set consisting of the earlier landslides and the geographical information system-based multi-layer spatial data in the study area was used to construct the prediction maps. The predictions were then cross-validated by comparing… CONTINUE READING
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