2017
DOI: 10.3390/ijgi6070228 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Abstract:Landslide susceptibility mapping is the first and most important step involved in landslide hazard assessment. The purpose of the present study is to compare three nonlinear approaches for landslide susceptibility mapping and test whether coal mining has a significant impact on landslide occurrence in coal mine areas. Landslide data collected by the Bureau of Land and Resources are represented by the X, Y coordinates of its central point; causative factors were calculated from topographic and geologic… Show more

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“…where A donates the pixels number of the landslide in each class of conditioning factor,A donates the pixels number of the total landslides in Ningdu County, B suggests the pixels number in the class of the factor; B suggests the number of total pixels in the whole study area. SVM is a type of very popular SML methods for dealing with the problems of classification and regression [21]. Suppose a series of training input x i (i = 1, 2, .…”
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“…where A donates the pixels number of the landslide in each class of conditioning factor,A donates the pixels number of the total landslides in Ningdu County, B suggests the pixels number in the class of the factor; B suggests the number of total pixels in the whole study area. SVM is a type of very popular SML methods for dealing with the problems of classification and regression [21]. Suppose a series of training input x i (i = 1, 2, .…”
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“…Too low resolution cannot guarantee the rationality of the obtained LSP, while too high resolution will greatly increase the model computation complexity [62]. Although some studies focusing on the issue of LSP considering the different spatial resolutions of grid units, show that the LSP performance decreases when the resolution of grid units rises from 10 m to 100 m [63], a lot of literature shows that a 30 m grid resolution is suitable for LSP and can obtain satisfactory LSP results [7,11,21,30,35,37,50,59,[64][65][66][67][68][69]. Meanwhile, the original grid resolutions of the DEM and remote sensing images used in this study are both 30 m, which can not only effectively represent the topographic characteristics, but also avoid excessive computation.…”
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“…The Persistent Scatter Interferometry (PSI) and Small Baseline Subsets (SBAS) techniques, which monitor displacement time-series by using successive InSAR observations, have led to significant progress in InSAR technology [36,37]. In recent years, a new approach called Distributed Scatter Interferometry (DSI) has been proposed to retrieve displacement time-series from natural targets [38,39].…”
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“…Some related works have also considered using various composite strategies based on previous approaches to achieve a specific purpose [45,47,54]. A number of studies in the literature have compared different methods and various results obtained from modeling landslide susceptibility for different study sites and collected data [16,30,35,38,[42][43][44][55][56][57]. However, no general consensus has yet been reached concerning which is the best procedure and algorithm for evaluating landslide susceptibility [57,58].…”
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