Method of choosing an environmental mathematical model
Keywords:multiple classifications, artificial neural networks, multivariate adaptive regression splines, multiple determination, estimation of probability, cell, land transformation model
AbstractIn the twenty-first century, the search for approaches to solving environmental problems is caused by the threat to the environment as a result of a variety of human activities, or lack thereof. More than half of the Earth's surface has been altered by people. This modification is called the change of land use. The nonlinearities in changes of land use can be studied with the help of data mining tools. It is proposed to consider the three models for the change of land use: artificial neural networks, methods for solving problems of classification and regression method of building decision trees, and multidimensional adaptive regression splines. Further studies compared the results of three data mining tools.
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