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Remote Sensing and GIS Accuracy Assessment

By: Ross S Lunetta and John G Lyon
Publisher: CRC Press
Remote Sensing and GIS Accuracy Assessment
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  • Remote Sensing and GIS Accuracy Assessment ISBN: 9781566704434 Hardback Dec 2003 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Result of a 2002 Symposium which focused on evaluating the scientific elements relevant to accuracy assessments of remote sensing derived data sets and GIS data analysis and integrated products.


Putting the Map Back in Map Accuracy AssessmentRussell G. CongaltonSampling Design for Accuracy Assessment of Large-Area, Land-Cover Maps: Challenges and Future DirectionsStephen V. StehmanValidation of Global Land-Cover Products by the Committee on Earth Observing SatellitesJeffrey T. Morisette, Jeffrey L. Privette, Alan Strahler, Philippe Mayaux, and Christopher O. JusticeIn Situ Estimates of Forest LAI for MODIS Data ValidationJohn S. Iiames, Jr., Andrew N. Pilant, and Timothy E. LewisLight Attenuation Profiling as an Indicator of Structural Changes in Coastal MarshesElijah Ramsey III, Gene Nelson, Frank Baarnes, and Ruth SpellParticipatory Reference Data Collection Methods for Accuracy Assessment of Land-Cover Change MapsJohn Sydenstricker-Neto, Andrea Wright Parmenter, and Stephen D. DeGloriaThematic Accuracy Assessment of Regional Scale Land-Cover DataSiamak Khorram, Joseph F. Knight, and Halil I. CakirAn Independent Reliability Assessment for the Australian Agricultural Land-Cover Change Project 1990/91-1995Michele Barson, Vivienne Bordas, Kim Lowell, and Kim MalafantAssessing the Accuracy of Satellite-Derived Land-Cover Classification Using Historical Aerial Photography, Digital Orthophoto Quadrangles, and Airborne Video DataSusan M. Skirvin, William G. Kepner, Stuart E. Marsh, Samuel E. Drake, John K. Maingi,Curtis M. Edmonds, Christopher J. Watts, and David R. WilliamsUsing Classification Consistency in Interscene Overlap Areas to Model Spatial Variations in Land-Cover Accuracy over Large Geographic RegionsBert Guindon and Curtis M. EdmondsGeostatistical Mapping of Thematic Classification UncertaintyPhaedon C. Kyriakidis, Xiaohang Liu, and Michael F. GoodchildAn Error Matrix Approach to Fuzzy Accuracy Assessment: The NIMA Geocover ProjectKass Green and Russell G. CongaltonMapping Spatial Accuracy and Estimating Landscape Indicators from Thematic Land-Cover Maps Using Fuzzy Set TheoryLiem T. Tran, S. Taylor Jarnagin, C. Gregory Knight, and Latha BaskaranFuzzy Set and Spatial Analysis Techniques for Evaluating Thematic Accuracy of a Land-Cover MapSarah R. Falzarano and Kathryn A. ThomasThe Effects of Classification Accuracy on Landscape IndicesGuofan Shao and Wenchun WuAssessing Uncertainty in Spatial Landscape Metrics Derived from Remote Sensing DataDaniel G. Brown, Elisabeth A. Addink, Jiunn-Der Duh, and Mark A. BowersoxComponents of Agreement Between Categorical Maps at Multiple ResolutionsR. Gil Pontius, Jr. and Beth SuedmeyerAccuracy Assessments of Airborne Hyperspectral Data for Mapping Opportunistic Plant Species in Freshwater Coastal WetlandsRicardo D. Lopez, Curtis M. Edmonds, Anne C. Neale, Terrence Slonecker, K. Bruce Jones, Daniel T. Heggem, John G. Lyon, Eugene Jaworski, Donald Garofalo, and David WilliamsA Technique for Assessing the Accuracy of Subpixel Impervious Surface Estimates Derived from Landsat TM ImageryS. Taylor Jarnagin, David B. Jennings, and Donald W. EbertArea and Positional Accuracy of DMSP Night

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By: Ross S Lunetta and John G Lyon
Publisher: CRC Press
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