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This paper presents one case study of the Wieslander Vegetation Type Mapping project in California and highlights the importance of rescuing, digitizing and sharing historical datasets. ... journey from analog to digital is a cautionary tale of the importance of finding historical data, digitizing it with best practices, linking it with other datasets, and sharing it with the research community ... Tuxen-Bettman, and A. Huber, among others. We thank Joyce Gross for use of her photo retakes. ...doi:10.17161/bi.v11i0.5886 fatcat:2nvbhqr3jnax3bswbuqasvuhdm
In this paper, we propose a methodology and algorithms for search and rescue mission planning. ... The algorithms are trained on previous search and rescue missions data collected from three stations of the Croatian Mountain Rescue Service. ... Acknowledgments: This research was supported through project CAAT (Coastal Auto-purification Assessment Technology), funded by the European Union from European Structural and Investment ...doi:10.3390/ijgi10020080 fatcat:6widwxnrvzg3bo2gtudtc3tu5q
Learning a classifier from labeled positive and unlabeled background data, which is the case-control sampling scenario, is efficient for one-class remote sensing classification because labeled negative ... In this study, we propose a novel positive and background learning with constraints (PBLC) algorithm to address this oneclass classification problem. ... ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank the Editors and three anonymous Reviewers for their constructive comments that significantly strengthened this article. ...doi:10.1109/jstars.2020.3025451 fatcat:wq3rbvl3n5dclnekfcjyrik524
This poster will explore these questions and illustrate the methodology of recording rock art, utilizing the 2012 Plumas National Forest PIT project as a case study. ... Interpretation projects created by the Anthropological Studies Center and National Park Service bring this history into public view. ...doi:10.3398/042.007.0113 fatcat:vfky5y6m5va7zcsd3atrycffbq