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Objective class definitions using correlation of similarities between remotely sensed and environmental data

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This letter presents a natural approach for selecting a subset of environmental variables to define classes prior to mapping them efficiently using remotely sensed data. The procedure is based on correlation calculations between a set of 'environmental' similarity matrices and an 'image' similarity matrix. The correlation is a modified Spearman rank correlation. Using a SPOT-HRV image and seven environmental variables, an application in a coral reef environment showed that only three environmental variables are relevant to defining classes prior to mapping.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: June 15, 2000

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