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Artificial neural network training for savanna vegetation mapping: transferring previously learned experience to new learning tasks

Frieke Vancoillie (UGent) , Lieven Verbeke (UGent) and Robert De Wulf (UGent)
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Vancoillie, Frieke, Lieven Verbeke, and Robert De Wulf. 2001. “Artificial Neural Network Training for Savanna Vegetation Mapping: Transferring Previously Learned Experience to New Learning Tasks.” In Proceedings of the International Workshop on Geo-spatial Knowledge Processing for Natural Resource Management, 357–363.
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Vancoillie, Frieke, Verbeke, L., & De Wulf, R. (2001). Artificial neural network training for savanna vegetation mapping: transferring previously learned experience to new learning tasks. Proceedings of the International workshop on geo-spatial knowledge processing for natural resource management (pp. 357–363). Presented at the International workshop on Geo-spatial Knowledge Processing for Natural Resource Management.
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Vancoillie F, Verbeke L, De Wulf R. Artificial neural network training for savanna vegetation mapping: transferring previously learned experience to new learning tasks. Proceedings of the International workshop on geo-spatial knowledge processing for natural resource management. 2001. p. 357–63.
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Vancoillie, Frieke, Lieven Verbeke, and Robert De Wulf. “Artificial Neural Network Training for Savanna Vegetation Mapping: Transferring Previously Learned Experience to New Learning Tasks.” Proceedings of the International Workshop on Geo-spatial Knowledge Processing for Natural Resource Management. 2001. 357–363. Print.
@inproceedings{147358,
  author       = {Vancoillie, Frieke and Verbeke, Lieven and De Wulf, Robert},
  booktitle    = {Proceedings of the International workshop on geo-spatial knowledge processing for natural resource management},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Varese, Italy},
  pages        = {357--363},
  title        = {Artificial neural network training for savanna vegetation mapping: transferring previously learned experience to new learning tasks},
  year         = {2001},
}