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“…This type of technique, especially the Artificial Neural Networks (ANN), has been applied in several studies in forestry (e.g. BINOTI et al, 2013;CASTRO et al, 2013;BINOTI et al, 2015;DIAMANTOPOULOU et al, 2015;REIS et al, 2016). This methods allows to extract information from a massive database consisting of continuous and categorical variables in order to recognize patterns between the input variables and a variable of interest.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This type of technique, especially the Artificial Neural Networks (ANN), has been applied in several studies in forestry (e.g. BINOTI et al, 2013;CASTRO et al, 2013;BINOTI et al, 2015;DIAMANTOPOULOU et al, 2015;REIS et al, 2016). This methods allows to extract information from a massive database consisting of continuous and categorical variables in order to recognize patterns between the input variables and a variable of interest.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Outputs: Volume and diameter." Reis et al (2016) The study's purpose was to model the projection of the future diameter of individual trees in a forest managed in the Amazon, using ANN as a source of subsidy for decisionmaking.…”
Section: Lmann Network (Neuralmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The Brazilian researchers who stood out during the period in question were those from the Federal University of Viçosa (8 publications). The authors (cited here individually and in chronological order) were: Silva (2009); Binoti (2013a); Binoti (2013b); Bhering (2015); Cosenza (2015); ; Reis (2016) and Binoti (2017). The themes addressed in their studies were eucalyptus clone plantation sites (7 publications) and managed forests in the Amazon (1 publication), as shown in Table 3.…”
Section: Reis Et Al (2018a)mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Para uma Floresta Ombrófila Densa de Terra Firme, no Estado do Amazonas, Braz et al (2012), encontraram um q = 1,58 e q = 1,77, antes e após corte, respectivamente. Reis et al (2016), em área manejada de Floresta Ombrófila Densa, na FLONA Tapajós, encontraram q = 1,85 antes da exploração e q = 1,98 após 13 anos do corte. Os autores chamaram a atenção para o fato de que no Brasil, existem poucos estudos em florestas tropicais que tratam da distribuição de De Liocourt.…”
Section: Distribuição Diamétricaunclassified