Comparing semantically-blind and semantically-aware landscape similarity measures with application to query-by-content and regionalization Comparing semantically-blind and semantically-aware landscape similarity measures with application to query-by-content and regionalization
Paper summary This paper talks about how to compare National Land Cover Database data which can be represented as histograms. The challenge is scaling the computations. The question this paper asks is if a semantically aware histogram comparison is worth the extra computation. It turns out that is does not appear worth it but interesting findings are discussed. ![](http://i.imgur.com/5mKnkQw.png)
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Comparing semantically-blind and semantically-aware landscape similarity measures with application to query-by-content and regionalization
Stepinski, Tomasz F. and Cohen, Joseph Paul
Ecological Informatics Journal - 2014 via Bibsonomy
Keywords: dblp


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