Professor, Dept. of Environmental Resources Engineering, SUNY ESF

Tag: neural networks


Giorgos Mountrakis, PhD Professor, Dept. of Environmental Resources Engineering State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry Full CV: Available here. Short Biography: Dr. Giorgos Mountrakis is a Professor in Environmental Resources Engineering at the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry. He […]

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Publications List

Google Scholar Profile, > 6000 citations Patent [01] G. Mountrakis (Inventor). Multi-scale radial basis function neural network. Full patent (#7,577,626) Issued August 18, 2009. More… Journal Papers + identifies current or former graduate student. [60] Mountrakis, G. and Heydari+, S.  (2023). Harvesting the Landsat archive for land cover land use […]

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A GIS-based urban growth model for Denver, Colorado

Collaborators: Dr. Giorgos Mountrakis, Jida Wang, Dr. Dimitrios Triantakonstantis Funders: NSF, NASA, SUNY ESF Graduate Assistantship Motivation: Urbanization is an important issue concerning scientists from different disciplines such as urban planners, biologists, engineers and is also extensively considered by policy-makers. A computational model quantifying locations and quantities of urban growth […]

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A multi-scale radial basis function neural network

Collaborators: Dr. Giorgos Mountrakis Funders: University of Maine covered patent application fees. Motivation: One of the constraints of radial basis function (RBF) neural networks revolves around the ability to combine local functions of variable spreads. Development of a multi-scale RBF would allow RBFs to exhibit their full potential in regression […]

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Satellite image classification by integrating multiple AI methods

Collaborators: Dr. Giorgos Mountrakis, Lori Luo, Dr. R. Watts Funders: Multiple sources. Motivation: Remote sensing as a field of study has reached its adulthood; computer-assisted classifiers have been in development for more than two decades. The complexity of remote sensing classification has led to a variety of methods, some of […]

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