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Manuel Lameiras Campagnolo
Manuel Lameiras Campagnolo
ISA, ULisboa
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Assessing the extent of agriculture/pasture and secondary succession forest in the Brazilian Legal Amazon using SPOT VEGETATION data
JMB Carreiras, JMC Pereira, ML Campagnolo, YE Shimabukuro
Remote Sensing of Environment 101 (3), 283-298, 2006
1262006
Polynomial differential equations compute all real computable functions on computable compact intervals
O Bournez, ML Campagnolo, DS Graša, E Hainry
Journal of Complexity 23 (3), 317-335, 2007
1112007
Reliable crop identification with satellite imagery in the context of common agriculture policy subsidy control
J Schmedtmann, ML Campagnolo
Remote Sensing 7 (7), 9325-9346, 2015
1022015
Computability with polynomial differential equations
DS Graša, ML Campagnolo, J Buescu
Advances in Applied Mathematics 40 (3), 330-349, 2008
1012008
A survey on continuous time computations
O Bournez, ML Campagnolo
New computational paradigms: Changing conceptions of what is computable, 383-423, 2008
872008
Estimating the effective spatial resolution of the operational BRDF, albedo, and nadir reflectance products from MODIS and VIIRS
ML Campagnolo, Q Sun, Y Liu, C Schaaf, Z Wang, MO Romßn
Remote Sensing of Environment 175, 52-64, 2016
852016
An analog characterization of the Grzegorczyk hierarchy
ML Campagnolo, C Moore, JF Costa
Journal of Complexity 18 (4), 977-1000, 2002
822002
Iteration, inequalities, and differentiability in analog computers
ML Campagnolo, C Moore, JF Costa
Journal of complexity 16 (4), 642-660, 2000
712000
Accuracy assessment of the Portuguese CORINE Land Cover map
M Caetano, F Mata, S Freire, M Campagnolo
Global developments in environmental earth observation from space 459, 467, 2006
702006
The general purpose analog computer and computable analysis are two equivalent paradigms of analog computation
O Bournez, ML Campagnolo, DS Graša, E Hainry
International Conference on Theory and Applications of Models of Computationá…, 2006
692006
Computational complexity of real valued recursive functions and analog circuits
ML Campagnolo
PhD thesis, IST, Universidade TÚcnica de Lisboa, 2001
572001
Robust simulations of Turing machines with analytic maps and flows
DS Graša, ML Campagnolo, J Buescu
New Computational Paradigms: First Conference on Computability in Europeá…, 2005
562005
A comprehensive characterization of MODIS daily burned area mapping accuracy across fire sizes in tropical savannas
ML Campagnolo, R Libonati, JA Rodrigues, JMC Pereira
Remote Sensing of Environment 252, 112115, 2021
512021
Estimation of effective resolution for daily MODIS gridded surface reflectance products
ML Campagnolo, EL Montano
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 52 (9), 5622-5632, 2014
512014
Bimodal fire regimes unveil a global‐scale anthropogenic fingerprint
A Benali, B Mota, N Carvalhais, D Oom, LM Miller, ML Campagnolo, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 26 (7), 799-811, 2017
482017
New Computational Paradigms. Changing Conceptions of What is Computable, chapter A Survey on Continuous Time Computations
O Bournez, ML Campagnolo
Springer-Verlag, New York, 2008
402008
On estimating the gross primary productivity of Mediterranean grasslands under different fertilization regimes using vegetation indices and hyperspectral reflectance
S Cerasoli, M Campagnolo, J Faria, C Nogueira, MC Caldeira
Biogeosciences 15 (17), 5455-5471, 2018
352018
Ecological implications of fine-scale fire patchiness and severity in tropical savannas of northern Australia
SLJ Oliveira, ML Campagnolo, OF Price, AC Edwards, J Russell-Smith, ...
Fire Ecology 11, 10-31, 2015
332015
Boundedness of the domain of definition is undecidable for polynomial ODEs
DS Graša, J Buescu, ML Campagnolo
Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science 202, 49-57, 2008
282008
A patch-based algorithm for global and daily burned area mapping
ML Campagnolo, D Oom, M Padilla, JMC Pereira
Remote sensing of environment 232, 111288, 2019
252019
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