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The evaluation of the spatial similarities and land use change between two raster maps is traditionally based on pixel-by-pixel comparison techniques. However, a pixel-by-pixel comparison can register a small displacement in pixels as land use disagreement even though the land use patterns may be essentially the same. The techniques of unique polygons mapping and hierarchical fuzzy pattern matching, where the maps are compared on both a local and global level, are combined to provide a moredoi:10.1080/136588100750058715 fatcat:3fm4jphqeza3djzzzt7pdu2m2a