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Computerized selection of trees in continuous cover forestry / Mats Hagner.
Förlag: Mats Hagners Bokförlag
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Abstract Oslo community has decided to use its 16 000 hectares to mainly serve their citizens. Norwegians love to go hiking and they are fond of walking in their forest. However, most of the trees are situated in places where people do not want to walk or ski. In these places the community wishes to get an income from wood. Careful scanning by laser has mapped the topography of the ground and every tree in the forest in great detail. With a computer it will be possible to spot every tree that is economically mature and ready for harvest. The residual stands should be structured, using computers and AI, so they produce as much valuable wood as possible. This is named Liberich, and means that each small group of trees, that uses the same light, water and soil, contains only one dominant tree with good timber quality, and in addition, smaller recruits and regeneration. The method of selecting the dominant tree and to obtain an ideal order among the other trees in the group is described. Keywords: Continuous cover forestry, Liberich, AI, computerized marking, economy, competition, residual trees. [Elib]