Special Issue "Advance Geospatial Artificial Intelligence for Landslide Modeling, Prediction and Management"
A special issue of ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information (ISSN 2220-9964).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 May 2020).
Interests: sensors; LiDAR; GIS and geospatial technology; geo-hazards; artificial intelligence; soil engineering; marine geology; environmental managements
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Landslides are still one of the most destructive natural hazards worldwide, causing tremendous damage and fatalities each year.
This Special Issue encourages authors to share recent advances in landslide modeling, prediction, and management, with an emphasis on issues addressed by means of advanced geospatial artificial intelligence. This is an emerging scientific multidiscipline that combines innovations in geospatial technology, remote sensing, UAV photogrammetry, advanced artificial intelligence techniques (i.e., deep learning), data mining, hybrid and ensemble techniques, meta-heuristic optimization, and high-performance computing to extract knowledge from geospatial data.
We kindly invite the scientific community to contribute novel and original research to this Special Issue addressing at least one of the following topics:
- Recent advances in geospatial technology, remote sensing, UAV photogrammetry, and machine learning for landslide detection and inventory mapping.
- Recent advances in geospatial artificial intelligence for landslide modeling and prediction.
- Recent advances in temporal prediction for landslides.
- Recent advances in geospatial artificial intelligence for landslide risk management
- Real-world case studies with findings of clear interest to the scientific community.
Finally, authors are encouraged to share codes and data so that their studies are easily reproducible and serve as the seeds for future improvements.
Prof. Dr. Dieu Tien Bui
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Endre Før Gjermundsen
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- geospatial technology
- artificial intelligence
- remote sensing
- hybrid and ensemble