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Title: Construction of the calibration set through multivariate analysis in visible and near-infrared prediction model for estimating soil organic matter
Authors: Wang, XM
Chen, YY
Guo, L
Liu, LL 
Issue Date: 2017
Source: Remote sensing, Mar. 2017, v. 9, no. 3, 201, p. 1-18
Abstract: The visible and near-infrared (VNIR) spectroscopy prediction model is an effective tool for the prediction of soil organic matter (SOM) content. The predictive accuracy of the VNIR model is highly dependent on the selection of the calibration set. However, conventional methods for selecting the calibration set for constructing the VNIR prediction model merely consider either the gradients of SOM or the soil VNIR spectra and neglect the influence of environmental variables. However, soil samples generally present a strong spatial variability, and, thus, the relationship between the SOM content and VNIR spectra may vary with respect to locations and surrounding environments. Hence, VNIR prediction models based on conventional calibration set selection methods would be biased, especially for estimating highly spatially variable soil content (e.g., SOM). To equip the calibration set selection method with the ability to consider SOM spatial variation and environmental influence, this paper proposes an improved method for selecting the calibration set. The proposed method combines the improved multi-variable association relationship clustering mining (MVARC) method and the Rank-Kennard-Stone (Rank-KS) method in order to synthetically consider the SOM gradient, spectral information, and environmental variables. In the proposed MVARC-R-KS method, MVARC integrates the Apriori algorithm, a density-based clustering algorithm, and the Delaunay triangulation. The MVARC method is first utilized to adaptively mine clustering distribution zones in which environmental variables exert a similar influence on soil samples. The feasibility of the MVARC method is proven by conducting an experiment on a simulated dataset. The calibration set is evenly selected from the clustering zones and the remaining zone by using the Rank-KS algorithm in order to avoid a single property in the selected calibration set. The proposed MVARC-R-KS approach is applied to select a calibration set in order to construct a VNIR prediction model of SOM content in the riparian areas of the Jianghan Plain in China. Results indicate that the calibration set selected using the MVARC-R-KS method is representative of the component concentration, spectral information, and environmental variables. The MVARC-R-KS method can also select the calibration set for constructing a VNIR model of SOM content with a relatively higher-fitting degree and accuracy by comparing it to classical calibration set selection methods.
Keywords: Soil organic matter
Spectrum representation
Environment representation
Partial least squares regression
Spatial clustering
Association rules
Publisher: Molecular Diversity Preservation International (MDPI)
Journal: Remote sensing 
ISSN: 2072-4292
EISSN: 2072-4292
DOI: 10.3390/rs9030201
Rights: © 2017 by the authors. Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland. This article is an open access article distributed under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/).
The following publication Wang, X. M., Chen, Y. Y., Guo, L., & Liu, L. L. (2017). Construction of the calibration set through multivariate analysis in visible and near-infrared prediction model for estimating soil organic matter. Remote Sensing, 9(3), (Suppl. ), 201, - is available athttps://dx.doi.org/10.3390/rs9030201
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