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Land Transformation Model
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Summary
Abstract: The Land Transformation Model is a land use forecasting model as well as a tool that can be used to examine the spatial and temporal aspects of driving forces of land use change. The model uses a set of spatial interaction rules and machine learning, through neural net technology, to determine the nature of spatial interactions of drivers, such as transportation, urban infrastructure and proximity to lakes and rivers, that have historically contributed toward land use change in the past. This information is then used to conduct forecasting studies.

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Service Citation
Originators: Purdue University
Title: Land Transformation Model
Provider: Purdue University
URL: http://ltm.agriculture.purdue.edu/default_ltm.htm
Service Keywords
DATA ANALYSIS AND VISUALIZATION >GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS >DESKTOP GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS Parameter Definition
MODELS >LAND SURFACE MODELS Parameter Definition

Access Constraints The Land Transformation Model is released under the GNU General Public License.
Distribution
Distribution Media: Online
Fees: No fees
Personnel
Role: TECHNICAL CONTACT
Phone: 765-496-2215
Email: bpijanow at purdue.edu
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Publications/References
Robert Gilmore Pontius Jr., Wideke Boersma, Jean-Christophe Castella, Keith Clarke, Ton de Nijs, Charles Dietzel, Zengqiang Duan, Eric Fotsing, Noah Goldstein, Kasper Kok, Eric Koomen, Christopher D. Lippitt, William McConnell, Bryan Pijanowski, Snehal Pithadia, Alias Mohd Sood, Sean Sweeney, Tran Ngoc Trung, and Peter H. Verburg. In press. Comparing input, output and validation maps for several models of land change. Annals of Regional Science.
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Creation and Review Dates
SERF Creation Date: 2009-04-30
SERF Last Revision Date: 2009-05-01


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