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CRC Press, New York Liu Y, Phinn SR (2003) Modelling urban development with cellular automata incorporating fuzzyset approaches. Comput Environ Urban Syst 27(6):637–658 Lorena LAN, Furtado JC (2001) Constructive genetic algorithm for clustering problems. Evol Comput 9(3):309–327 Schmitt LM, Nehaniv CL, Fujii RH (1998) Linear analysis of genetic algorithms. Theor Comput Sci 200(1–2):101–134 Srinivas M, Patnaik LM (1994) Adaptive probabilities of crossover and mutation in genetic algorithms. IEEE Trans Syst Man Cybern 24(4):656–667 Stevens D, Dragic´evic´ S (2007) A GIS-based irregular cellular automata model of land-use change.

In these four stratification methods, the second meet the requirement of keeping objects in the same layer distributed spatially continuous. 3, it is seen that b has lower values for most sample sizes except at 10 and 80, and c has higher accuracy at samples,10 and 80. Samples in the same knowledge layer in space have high spatial dependence, and EfCðX; Y Þg=n also increases. But at 10 and 80, the spatial dependence limitations become apparent. Hierarchical clustering stratifies samples by their Euclidean distance squared, so the properties of each layer are consistent within the sample, when compared to the results of other stratification methods, but samples are not together in space, resulting in high sampling efficiency outside the limitations of space.

In addition, the adaptive genetic algorithm also enhances the search speed and precision of the genetic algorithm. Hence, the searching and optimisation process for problem solutions can be accelerated. Fitness function A fitness function is an objective function to quantify the optimality of a solution. This function was created by selecting sample of cells within the cellular urban space to minimise the differences between the simulation results produced by a logistic regression based CA model and the actual urban growth patterns identified from remotely sensed images.

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