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2007
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On Cluster Analysis Based on Fuzzy Relations Between Spatial Data
Methods like DBSCAN are widely used in the analysis of spatial data. These methods are based on the neighborhood relations which use distance between points. However, these neighb...
Efendi N. Nasibov, Gözde Ulutagay
SOCO
1998
Springer
9 years 6 months ago
Approximate analysis of binary topological relations between geographic regions with indeterminate boundaries
The development of formal models of spatial relations is a topic of great importance in spatial reasoning, geographic information systems (GIS) and computer vision, and has gained ...
F. Benjamin Zhan
GIS
2007
ACM
10 years 7 months ago
Using fuzzy clustering methods for delineating urban housing submarkets
This study investigates whether a fuzzy clustering method is of any practical value in delineating urban housing submarkets relative to clustering methods based on classic (or cri...
Sungsoon Hwang, Jean-Claude Thill
EUSFLAT
2009
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9 years 4 months ago
Towards an Interpretation of the Connectivity Analysis in the Frame of Fuzzy Equivalence Relations for Medical Diagnoses
Connectivity analysis methodology is suitable to find representative symptoms of a disease. This methodology describes connections between symptoms in particular way and then choos...
Tatiana Kiseliova
EUSFLAT
2009
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9 years 4 months ago
Local Models for the Analysis of Spatially Varying Relationships in a Lignite Deposit
-- Relationships between geographically referenced variables are usually spatially heterogeneous and, to account for such variations, local models are necessary. This paper compare...
Bulent Tutmez, A. Erhan Tercan, Uzay Kaymak, Chris...
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