Survival Analysis in Land Change Science : Integrating with GIScience to Address Temporal Complexities

  title={Survival Analysis in Land Change Science : Integrating with GIScience to Address Temporal Complexities},
  author={Li An and Daniel G. Brown},
Although land changes are characterized by dimensionality in both space and time, and a multitude of methods and techniques have been developed to model them, the temporal dimension has seldom been adequately addressed by commonly used methods. In the context of temporal complexities represented in different space– time data models, this study aims to establish a framework for applying survival analysis theory and techniques to geographical land change modeling. Our efforts focus on (1… CONTINUE READING
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