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Title : ANALYSIS OF HYPERSPECTRAL AND HIGH-RESOLUTION DATA FOR TREE SPECIES CLASSIFICATION
Company : RWTH Aachen University
File Name : Krahwinkler.pdf
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Date : 01-Jul-2010
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Petra Krahwinkler and Jürgen Rossmann

Current tree species classification algorithms often use high-resolution satellite data and are in many cases based on forest stands. The spectral bands of the sensors used for data acquisition are given and cannot be chosen regarding the needs of tree species classification. Furthermore distinction is often limited to deciduous trees, coniferous trees and other land use classes.
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