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Unlike alphabet-based languages such as English, the Chinese language has no specifying word boundaries. Segmentation, particularly for the Chinese language, is a fundamental step towards Chinese text processing, information retrieval, and knowledge discovery. In the geoscience domain, most...
The acceleration of urbanization leads to a geographical extension of cities, longer distances and travel times, increased motorization, and a constantly growing population. Faced with this situation, new urban policies are attempting to control the interaction between urban planning and urban...
A key challenge for mitigating poaching within protected areas is to understand the geospatial data that are collected by practitioners in protected areas and to characterize the ability to synthesize those data with landscape-level data to form a holistic picture of the movement patterns of...
Semantic understanding of high spatial resolution remote sensing (RS) images can be divided into object detection, object labelling, identification of geospatial relationships, and semantic description generation. Geographical relations represent the spatial distribution dependencies between...
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