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A typical drainage pattern is an arrangement of river segment in a drainage basin and has several contributing identifiable features such as leaf segments, intermediate segments and bifurcations. In studies related to morphological assessment of drainage pattern for estimating channel capacity, length, bifurcation ratio and contribution of segments to the main stream, association of order with the identified segment and creation of attribute repository plays a pivotal role. Strahler's (1952)doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2012.030806 fatcat:4x4t2adsgvehritd2woen7roou