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Title : Assessing simulated land use/cover maps using similarity and fragmentation indices
Company : University of California,
File Name : Mas.pdf
Size : 734961
Type : application/pdf
Date : 23-Jul-2010
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Jean-François Mas, Azucena Pérez Vega, Keith Clarke

Land use/cover changes (LUCC) are significant to a range of issues central to the study of global environmental change. Over the last decades, a variety of models of LUCC have been developed to predict the location and patterns of land use/cover dynamics. The simulation procedures of most computational LUCC models can be sub-divided into three basic steps, 1) a non-spatial procedure which calculates the quantity of each transition, 2) a spatial procedure which allocates changes to the more likely locations and eventually replicates the patterns of the landscape and, 3) an evaluation procedure which compares a simulated land use/cover map with the true map of the same date.
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