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Explains principles and practical considerations of designing and conducting accuracy assessment, walking through steps of sample design, collecting data, building and testing the error matrix, and analyzing the results. An overview chapter discusses the history and basic concepts of accuracy assessment, a chapter on advanced topics discusses fuzzy logic and the assessment of multilayered and multitemporal map layers, and a final chapter presents a case study. For anyone who works with remotely sensed data to produce maps.
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