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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2000Echelon Approach to Characterize and Understand Spatial Structures of Change in Multi-Temporal Remote-Sensing Imagery.SMITS Paul c.; MYERS K.Articles in Journals
2005The European Geo-Portal. One Step towards the Establishment of a European Spatial Data Infrastructure.BERNARD Lars; KANELLOPOULOS Ioannis; ANNONI Alessandro; SMITS Paul c.Articles in Journals
2003Forward - Special Issue on Analysis of Multitemporal Remote Sensing Images.BRUZZONE Lorenzo; SMITS Paul c.; TILTON J.Articles in Journals
2004INSPIREBREGT Arnold; SMITS Paul c.Articles in Journals
2003Main Problems in Building European Environmental Spatial Data.ANNONI Alessandro; SMITS Paul c.Articles in Journals
2002Modelling the Histograms of Various Classes in SAR Images.PETROU Maria; GIORGINI Fabrizio; SMITS Paul c.Articles in Journals
2002Multiple Classifier Systems for Supervised Remote Sensing Image Classification Based on Dynamic Classifier Selection.SMITS Paul c.Articles in Journals
1999Spatial Analysis of Land-Use Changes as Knowledge Tools in Support of European Spatial Policies and Ecosystem Health.SMITS Paul c.; ANNONI AlessandroArticles in Journals
2000Toward Specification-Driven Change Detection.SMITS Paul c.; ANNONI AlessandroArticles in Journals
2000Towards Specification Driven Change-Detection.SMITS Paul c.; ANNONI AlessandroArticles in Journals
2000Updating of Land-Cover Maps by Using Texture Information from Very High Resolution Space-Borne Imagery.SMITS Paul c.; ANNONI AlessandroArticles in Journals
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