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Knowledge-based Enhancement (KBE). Descriptor detailing the processing history of each segment including the complete list of KBEs applied and the change instigated by the KBE. The KBE notation follows a standard format of two or three letters followed by a comma followed by original class and then the new class. For example, The probability of the polygon belonging to a spectral variant class. The attribute lists the five spectral classes that closest match the spectral signature of the polygon We use cookies on this site to enhance your user experience. By clicking any link on this page you are giving your consent for us to set cookies. Unique parcel identifier for each parcel, which includes the image the polygon was derived from. Follows the format: 11853977:c20 where 11853977 is the parcel id and c20 means the polygon came from composite image c20. Image numbers may also begin with an i, eg i76, which signifies a single-date image. All images are documented in appendix 2. Short text string giving field codes. Note field codes are used in the creation of LCM2007, but the accuracy of the product at this level is not assessed. The LCM2007 team recommends that these codes are not used eg Wl (water lake). The codes are included primarily to give users the opportunity to apply bespoke KBEs. Knowledge-based Enhancement (KBE). Descriptor detailing the processing history of each segment including the complete list of KBEs applied and the change instigated by the KBE. The KBE notation follows a standard format of two or three letters followed by a comma followed by original class and then the new class. For example, SL, Gr-&gt,Bg signifies soil correction (SL) changing Rough Grassland to Bog. This would occur when the polygon was on a bog soil, with no, or only slight slope. ALT, Sd-&gt,Gr signifies an altitude based correction (ALT) changing sand dune to rough grassland. The change to rough grassland would be based on the next spectral class in the probability listing, as long as it was not a coastal class. The probability of the polygon belonging to a spectral variant class. The attribute lists the five spectral classes that closest match the spectral signature of the polygon We use cookies on this site to enhance your user experience. By clicking any link on this page you are giving your consent for us to set cookies. Source.

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