Integration of LiDAR and QuickBird Data for Automatic Landslide Detection Using Object-Based Analysis and Random Forests
Landslide inventories are indispensable in producing landslide susceptibility, hazard, and risk maps. Landslide inventory maps are produced by detecting landslide locations or scarps.
KeywordsTaguchi Method LiDAR Data Landslide Inventory Segmentation Parameter QuickBird Imagery
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