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Neural-network-based cellular automata for simulating multiple land use changes using GIS
X Li, AGO Yeh
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 16 (4), 323-343, 2002
9212002
Modelling sustainable urban development by the integration of constrained cellular automata and GIS
X Li, AGO Yeh
International journal of geographical information science 14 (2), 131-152, 2000
8762000
A future land use simulation model (FLUS) for simulating multiple land use scenarios by coupling human and natural effects
X Liu, X Liang, X Li, X Xu, J Ou, Y Chen, S Li, S Wang, F Pei
Landscape and Urban Planning 168, 94-116, 2017
6842017
Analyzing spatial restructuring of land use patterns in a fast growing region using remote sensing and GIS
X Li, AGO Yeh
Landscape and Urban planning 69 (4), 335-354, 2004
5322004
Measurement and monitoring of urban sprawl in a rapidly growing region using entropy
AGO Yeh, X Li
Photogrammetric engineering and remote sensing 67 (1), 83-90, 2001
5322001
High-resolution multi-temporal mapping of global urban land using Landsat images based on the Google Earth Engine Platform
X Liu, G Hu, Y Chen, X Li, X Xu, S Li, F Pei, S Wang
Remote sensing of environment 209, 227-239, 2018
4352018
Principal component analysis of stacked multi-temporal images for the monitoring of rapid urban expansion in the Pearl River Delta
X Li, AGO Yeh
International Journal of Remote Sensing 19 (8), 1501-1518, 1998
4351998
Economic development and agricultural land loss in the Pearl River Delta, China
AGO Yeh, X Li
Habitat international 23 (3), 373-390, 1999
3871999
A new landscape index for quantifying urban expansion using multi-temporal remotely sensed data
X Liu, X Li, Y Chen, Z Tan, S Li, B Ai
Landscape ecology 25 (5), 671-682, 2010
3432010
Cellular automata for simulating land use changes based on support vector machines
Q Yang, X Li, X Shi
Computers & geosciences 34 (6), 592-602, 2008
3012008
Global projections of future urban land expansion under shared socioeconomic pathways
G Chen, X Li, X Liu, Y Chen, X Liang, J Leng, X Xu, W Liao, Y Qiu, Q Wu, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-12, 2020
2892020
A constrained CA model for the simulation and planning of sustainable urban forms by using GIS
AGO Yeh, X Li
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 28 (5), 733-753, 2001
2812001
Sensing spatial distribution of urban land use by integrating points-of-interest and Google Word2Vec model
Y Yao, X Li, X Liu, P Liu, Z Liang, J Zhang, K Mai
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 31 (4), 825-848, 2017
2702017
A novel algorithm for land use and land cover classification using RADARSAT-2 polarimetric SAR data
Z Qi, AGO Yeh, X Li, Z Lin
Remote Sensing of Environment 118, 21-39, 2012
2692012
Data mining of cellular automata's transition rules
X Li, A Gar-On Yeh
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 18 (8), 723-744, 2004
2622004
Sustainable land development model for rapid growth areas using GIS
AGO Yeh, L Xia
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 12 (2), 169-189, 1998
2611998
A new global land-use and land-cover change product at a 1-km resolution for 2010 to 2100 based on human–environment interactions
X Li, G Chen, X Liu, X Liang, S Wang, Y Chen, F Pei, X Xu
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 107 (5), 1040-1059, 2017
2572017
High-spatiotemporal-resolution mapping of global urban change from 1985 to 2015
X Liu, Y Huang, X Xu, X Li, X Li, P Ciais, P Lin, K Gong, AD Ziegler, ...
Nature Sustainability 3 (7), 564-570, 2020
2452020
Simulating urban growth by integrating landscape expansion index (LEI) and cellular automata
X Liu, L Ma, X Li, B Ai, S Li, Z He
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 28 (1), 148-163, 2014
2342014
An integrated remote sensing and GIS approach in the monitoring and evaluation of rapid urban growth for sustainable development in the Pearl River Delta, China
AG Yeh, X Li
International Planning Studies 2 (2), 193-210, 1997
2301997
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