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    Authors: Saumell i Portillo, Arnau;

    Com podem aconseguir una caracterització densa d'un objecte altament deformable per a la manipulació robòtica utilitzant la percepció visual? L'espai d'estats de dimensió infinita que defineixen els objectes deformables fa que aquesta tasca sigui extremadament difícil. A més, a causa de la naturalesa d'aquests objectes, tractar amb auto-ocultacions es converteix en un important segon desafiament. La freqüència i complexitat d'aquestes augmenten amb el grau de deformabilitat de l'objecte. Per tant, és crucial tractar-les adequadament. Aquesta tesi proposa un mètode que, mitjançant l'ús de la percepció visual (imatges RGB), (1) proporciona una representació densa agnòstica a tasques d'una classe d'objecte, (2) permet generalitzar aquesta representació a través de diferents instàncies de la mateixa categoria d'objecte i (3) proporciona una mesura de confiança en l'assignació de correspondències entre diferents imatges. En aquest cas particular, l'enfocament està en la manipulació de roba, més específicament en la manipulació de diferents instàncies de samarretes. Per això, aquest treball també proporciona una metodologia per a la generació aleatòria de diferents tipus de samarretes. No obstant, tot el marc definit es podria generalitzar a qualsevol altre tipus d'objecte deformable. ¿Cómo podemos lograr una caracterización densa de un objeto altamente deformable para la manipulación robótica utilizando la percepción visual? El espacio de estados de dimensión infinita que definen a los objetos deformables hace que esta tarea sea extremadamente difícil. Además, debido a la naturaleza de estos objetos, tratar con autoocultaciones se convierte en un importante segundo desafío. Su frecuencia y complejidad aumentan con el grado de deformabilidad del objeto. Por lo tanto, es crucial tratarlas adecuadamente. Esta tesis propone un método que, mediante el uso de la percepción visual (imágenes RGB), (1) proporciona una representación densa agnóstica a tareas de una clase de objeto, (2) permite generalizar dicha representación a través de diferentes instancias de la misma categoría de objeto, y (3) proporciona una medida de confianza en la assignación de correspondencias entre distintas imágenes. En este caso en particular, el enfoque está en la manipulación de ropa, más específicamente en la manipulación de diferentes instancias de camisetas. Es por ello que este trabajo también proporciona una metodología para randomizar la generación de distintos tipos de ellas. Sin embargo, todo el marco definido se podría generalizar a cualquier otro tipo de objeto deformable. How can we achieve a dense characterization of a highly deformable object for robotic manipulation using visual perception? The infinite dimensional state space of deformable objects makes this task extremely difficult. Moreover, due to the nature of these objects, dealing with self-occlusions becomes a second major challenge. Their frequency and complexity increase with the degree of deformability of the object. Thus, it is crucial to properly deal with them. This thesis proposes a method that, by using visual perception (RGB images), (1) provides a task-agnostic dense representation of an object class, (2) enables to generalize such a representation across different instances of the same object category, and (3) provides a measure of confidence on pixelwise correspondence matching. In this particular case, the focus is on cloth manipulation, more specifically on instances of upper-body clothes. As a result, this work also provides a pipeline to generate a simulated dataset of randomized instances within this object category. However, the whole framework could be generalized to any other deformable object class. Outgoing

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    Authors: Sarıbaş, Metin;
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    Authors: Oruçoğlu, Onur;

    Araştırmanın amacı, Endüstri 4.0 ve Dijitalleşme'nin İnsan Kaynakları Yönetimi fonksiyonlarına olan etkilerinin ortaya konmasıdır. Araştırmanın konusu, Endüstri 4.0'ın ortaya çıkışı ile İnsan Kaynakları Yönetimi Fonksiyonlarının nasıl değiştiğinin ortaya konması, hangi değişkenlerin insan kaynakları fonksiyonlarını ne şekilde etkilediğinin belirlenmesidir. Araştırmanın önemi, toplanan veri kapsamında ulusal ve uluslararası yönetim literatüründe önemli sayıda kaynağa ulaşılmış olması, bu kaynaklar üzerinden yapılan analizler ile alanda daha önce araştırma konusu olarak çalışılmamış olan bir boşluğu doldurması, dijitalleşme uygulamalarının işletmelere etki etmesiyle dijitalleşmenin İK ile ilişkisinin daha net olarak ortaya konma gerekliliğidir. Araştırmada yöntem olarak nitel içerik analizi kullanılmış, ulaşılan toplam 108 çalışma üzerinden Endüstri 4.0 kapsamında İKY fonksiyonlarında ortaya çıkan uygulama ve etkiler analiz edilmiştir. Analiz kapsamındaki Endüstri 4.0 ve Dijitalleşme kavramlarının benzer anlamda kullanılması nedeniyle dijitalleşme kapsamındaki çalışmalar da araştırmaya dahil edilmiştir. Araştırmanın sonuçları kapsamında, Endüstri 4.0'ın insan kaynakları alanındaki tüm fonksiyonlara etkilerinin bulunduğu ve en çok etkilenen fonksiyonların sırasıyla İşe Alım, İşgören Eğitimi ve Personeli Güçlendirme, Performans Değerleme, Endüstriyel İlişkiler, İş Analizi ve Tasarımı, Kariyer Geliştirme, İş Değerlemesi ve Ücretleme, İnsan Kaynakları Planlaması, İnsan Kaynakları Bilgi Sistemi, İş Sağlığı ve Güvenliği, İK Metrikleri olduğu belirlenmiştir. Araştırmanın temel kısıtı, bu konuda mevcut çalışma sayısının azlığı olmakta, ayrıca yapılan çalışmaların önemli miktarının literatür taramasına dayalı teorik çalışmalardan oluştuğu görülmektedir. Konunun gelişimi ile birlikte özellikle İKY fonksiyonları içinde alan çalışmasına çok az sayıda rastlanıldığı için bu konuda daha fazla alan çalışması yapılması gerekmektedir. Bu kapsamda Endüstri 4.0 – İKY ilişkisi, halen yazında ciddi boşluklar içeren bir alan özelliği taşımaktadır. The aim of the research is to reveal the effects of Industrial 4.0 and Digitalization to human resources management functions. The subject of the research is with the emergence of Industry 4.0 and the revealing of human resources management functions, which varies, which variables affect human resources functions how. The importance of the study is to have a significant number of resources in the national and international management literature in the collected data is to fill in an analyzes over these resources, which are previously unattended as research subject in the field. As a method in the study, qualitative content analysis has been used, the applications and effects of Industry 4.0 that occur in the HRM functions on the total 108 operations are analyzed. Due to similar use of industrial 4.0 and digitalization concepts under the analysis, studies under digitalization are also included in the study. Within the scope of the results of the study, Industry 4.0 has the effects of all functions in the field of human resources management and the most affected functions respectively were found Recruitment, Employee Training and Staff Strengthening, Performance Valuation, Industrial Relations, Business Analysis and Design, Career Development, Business Valuation and Pricing, Human Resource Planning, Human Resource Information Systems, HR Metrics. The main constraint of the study is the scarcity of the current number of studies on this issue, and the significant amount of the studies is made up of theoretical studies based on literature scanning. In particular, with the development of the subject, more area studies should be carried out in this regard as very few in the field study within the HRM functions. In this context, the Industry 4.0-HRM relationship is still an area of serious gaps in the literature.

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    Authors: A. Otero; C. Segura; L. Tey; G. Masferrer; +2 Authors

    Anaerobic digestion performance is highly influenced by the chemical composition and flow of substrates. This work evaluates the feasibility of a handheld near infrared spectrometer to predict moisture, fat, and protein content of animal by-products (ABP) mixtures further used as substrates for biogas production. The performance of a commercially handheld near infrared spectrometer (NIR) was evaluated for acquiring spectra of ABP sterilised mixtures, that were also chemically analysed. The calibration was performed by partial least square's regression technique and tested by an independent set of data. The results showed determination coefficients values ranging from 0.72 to 0.79 and root mean square errors of 2.60–4.85%. The performance of the handheld NIR spectrometer device was compared with a benchtop NIR spectrometer with a broader range of wavelength. The results suggest that NIR technology could be included as a useful estimation tool for the rapid characterization of feedstocks in biogas plants. info:eu-repo/semantics/acceptedVersion

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    Biomass and Bioenergy
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      Biomass and Bioenergy
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    Authors: Perrone M.; Di Febbraro M.; Conti L.; Divisek J.; +11 Authors

    Biodiversity monitoring is crucial for ecosystem conservation, but ground data collection is limited by cost, time, and scale. Remote sensing is a convenient approach providing frequent, near-real-time information with fine resolution over wide areas. According to the Spectral Variation Hypothesis (SVH), spectral diversity (SD) is an effective proxy of environmental heterogeneity, which ultimately relates to plant diversity. So far, studies testing the relationship between SD and biodiversity have reported contradictory findings, calling for a thorough investigation of the key factors (i.e., metrics applied, habitat type, scale, and temporal effects) and conditions under which such a relationship exists. This study investigates the applicability of the SVH for monitoring plant diversity at the landscape scale by comparing the performance of three types of SD metrics. Species richness and functional diversity were calculated for >2000 grid cells of 5′ × 3′ covering the Czech Republic. Within each cell, we quantified SD using a Landsat-8 “greenest pixel” composite by applying (i) the standard deviation of NDVI, (ii) Rao’s Q entropy index and (iii) the richness of “spectral communities”. Habitat type (i.e., land cover) was included in the models of the relationship between SD and ground biodiversity. Both species richness and functional diversity showed positive and significant relationships with each SD metric tested. However, SD alone accounted for a small fraction of the deviance explained by the models. Furthermore, the strength of the rela­ tionship depended significantly on habitat type and was highest in natural areas with transitional bushy and herbaceous vegetation. Our results underline that despite the stability of the significance of the relationship between SD and plant diversity at this scale, the applicability of SD for biodiversity monitoring is context- dependent and the factors mediating such a relationship must be carefully considered to avoid misleading conclusions.

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    Remote Sensing of Environment
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    Authors: Danto, Anatole; Weidmann, Marine;
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    Authors: Bradford, Brandon Savio;

    This thesis covers a research study on the application of a Space technology in the field of Defence & Space. The thesis will elaborate a design study & architecture of a conceptual tool combining Remote Sensing technology with GNSS. The author intends to use this preliminary research thesis and expand on its design study in his doctoral program, a PhD in "Defence & Homeland Security" with a Major in Space Technology. The premise of the design study is based on a conceptual tool as a miniaturized ultrasonic sensing and GNSS mapping tool with satellite communication technology, that could be used as a tool placed in an area of interest and may contribute to gathering strategic information. The device could be used to gather information about the environment, such as terrain, obstacles, and other features, which can be used to create maps and 3D models of the environment. Additionally, the GNSS receiver can be used to determine the location of the device and by extension the location of targets. This thesis will contain a design study, operational scenarios, architectures, the possible errors to be expected, environmental analysis, & conclude with an argument for the risks & benefits associated with this technology. Objectius de Desenvolupament Sostenible::9 - Indústria, Innovació i Infraestructura Objectius de Desenvolupament Sostenible::16 - Pau, Justícia i Institucions Sòlides

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    Authors: Pokeržnik, Žan;

    Z večanjem števila električnih naprav in višanjem življenjskega standarda se povečujejo tudi potrebe energetskih podjetij po natančnejših napovedih porabe električne energije. Zdi se, da bi v obdobju vseprisotnega računalništva in interneta stvari lahko avtomatizirali spremljanje porabe energije, porabo pa optimizirali. Diplomska naloga proučuje pomen interneta stvari (IOT) in računalništva na robu ter njuno vlogo pri realizaciji implementacije protokola ZWave v platformi za upravljanje pametnih naprav. V sklopu diplomske naloge je bila implementirana spletna platforma za upravljanje pametnih naprav, ki deluje s pomočjo knjižnice, ki je bila implementirana po specifikacijah protokola ZWave v programskem jeziku C# v platformi .NET Core. By increasing the amount of electrical appliances and raising standard of living, there is an increased need for energy companies to provide more precise forecasts of electricity consumption. It seems that monitoring and energy consumption could be automated and optimized in the period of IOT. The thesis examines the importance of the Internet Of Things (IOT), computing on the edge and their role in realization of implementing web management ZWave protocol platform. There has been web management platform implemented within practical part of the thesis. It is supported by implemented C# Z-Wave library, which was realized by Zwave protocol specifications.

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    Authors: Dong-Gill Kim; Gashaw Kassahun; Fantaw Yimer; Nicolas Brüggemann; +1 Authors

    International audience; AbstractIn northwestern Ethiopia, a conventional teff (Eragrostis tef (Zucc.) Trotter) monoculture was converted into a rotational agroforestry system (teff-Acacia agroforestry), which consists of the sequence i) teff-Acacia decurrens intercropping (1st year), ii) grass-A. decurrens silvopasture (2nd year), iii) A. decurrens plantation (3rd–4th year), and iv) on-site charcoal production from A. decurrens (end of 4th year). This study is the first one to comprehensively show how the agroforestry system affects soil organic carbon (SOC) and soil nutrients. Soil samples were collected from the teff-Acacia agroforestry and conventional teff fields at two different sites (site I and II) and they were used to determine soil pH, black carbon, SOC, soil total nitrogen (STN), extractable phosphorus (P), potassium (K), magnesium (Mg), sodium (Na), and calcium (Ca) contents. At site I (0–10 cm soil depth), charcoal production spots in teff-Acacia agroforestry had higher soil pH (20%), black carbon (164%), SOC (48%), P (687%), and K (788%) contents compared to outside charcoal production spots. Soil organic carbon and STN contents in the 1st and 2nd teff-Acacia agroforestry rotations were significantly higher (SOC: 112–169%, STN: 100–131%) than teff fields. At site II, SOC stocks (0–100 cm) in the 1st agroforestry rotation were not significantly different from teff fields. However, they were 159% and 244% greater in the 2nd and 3rd agroforestry rotations, respectively, compared to teff fields. Conversion of teff fields to teff-Acacia agroforestry for a 12-year period increased SOC stocks by 21 Mg C ha–1 per year. Our results demonstrated that locally adopted agroforestry practices can increase SOC and nutrients in the long term, thereby contributing to enhanced soil fertility and improved climate change mitigation strategies via carbon sequestration.

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    Agronomy for Sustainable Development
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    Authors: Sam Vermeulen; Jan Cools; Jan Staes; Steven Van Passel;

    Abstract: Due to climate change, the frequency and intensity of droughts are expected to increase. To improve resilience to droughts, proactive drought management is essential. Economic assessments are typically included to decide on the drought risk-reducing investments to make. The choice of both methods and scope of economic assessments influences the outcome, and thus the investment choice. This paper aims to identify how comprehensively economic assessments are applied in practice. Through a systematic literature review, 14 actual economic assessments are identified and their methods are evaluated based on seven criteria for economic assessments as derived from the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). The results show that in practice, economic assessments rarely address all criteria. Applying a limited number of criteria reduces the scope and narrows the approach, possibly leading to the underestimation of drought risk reduction approaches’ related benefits. Applying the seven criteria in practice will improve the results of economic assessments of drought risk reduction measures, allowing for optimal investment selection. Based on the different criteria, a Framework for Economic Assessments of Drought Risk-Reducing Applications (FEADRRA) is proposed. Applying the criteria of the framework can support decision-makers in drought risk management and in carrying out the most fitting drought interventions.

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    Authors: Saumell i Portillo, Arnau;

    Com podem aconseguir una caracterització densa d'un objecte altament deformable per a la manipulació robòtica utilitzant la percepció visual? L'espai d'estats de dimensió infinita que defineixen els objectes deformables fa que aquesta tasca sigui extremadament difícil. A més, a causa de la naturalesa d'aquests objectes, tractar amb auto-ocultacions es converteix en un important segon desafiament. La freqüència i complexitat d'aquestes augmenten amb el grau de deformabilitat de l'objecte. Per tant, és crucial tractar-les adequadament. Aquesta tesi proposa un mètode que, mitjançant l'ús de la percepció visual (imatges RGB), (1) proporciona una representació densa agnòstica a tasques d'una classe d'objecte, (2) permet generalitzar aquesta representació a través de diferents instàncies de la mateixa categoria d'objecte i (3) proporciona una mesura de confiança en l'assignació de correspondències entre diferents imatges. En aquest cas particular, l'enfocament està en la manipulació de roba, més específicament en la manipulació de diferents instàncies de samarretes. Per això, aquest treball també proporciona una metodologia per a la generació aleatòria de diferents tipus de samarretes. No obstant, tot el marc definit es podria generalitzar a qualsevol altre tipus d'objecte deformable. ¿Cómo podemos lograr una caracterización densa de un objeto altamente deformable para la manipulación robótica utilizando la percepción visual? El espacio de estados de dimensión infinita que definen a los objetos deformables hace que esta tarea sea extremadamente difícil. Además, debido a la naturaleza de estos objetos, tratar con autoocultaciones se convierte en un importante segundo desafío. Su frecuencia y complejidad aumentan con el grado de deformabilidad del objeto. Por lo tanto, es crucial tratarlas adecuadamente. Esta tesis propone un método que, mediante el uso de la percepción visual (imágenes RGB), (1) proporciona una representación densa agnóstica a tareas de una clase de objeto, (2) permite generalizar dicha representación a través de diferentes instancias de la misma categoría de objeto, y (3) proporciona una medida de confianza en la assignación de correspondencias entre distintas imágenes. En este caso en particular, el enfoque está en la manipulación de ropa, más específicamente en la manipulación de diferentes instancias de camisetas. Es por ello que este trabajo también proporciona una metodología para randomizar la generación de distintos tipos de ellas. Sin embargo, todo el marco definido se podría generalizar a cualquier otro tipo de objeto deformable. How can we achieve a dense characterization of a highly deformable object for robotic manipulation using visual perception? The infinite dimensional state space of deformable objects makes this task extremely difficult. Moreover, due to the nature of these objects, dealing with self-occlusions becomes a second major challenge. Their frequency and complexity increase with the degree of deformability of the object. Thus, it is crucial to properly deal with them. This thesis proposes a method that, by using visual perception (RGB images), (1) provides a task-agnostic dense representation of an object class, (2) enables to generalize such a representation across different instances of the same object category, and (3) provides a measure of confidence on pixelwise correspondence matching. In this particular case, the focus is on cloth manipulation, more specifically on instances of upper-body clothes. As a result, this work also provides a pipeline to generate a simulated dataset of randomized instances within this object category. However, the whole framework could be generalized to any other deformable object class. Outgoing

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    Authors: Sarıbaş, Metin;
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    Authors: Oruçoğlu, Onur;

    Araştırmanın amacı, Endüstri 4.0 ve Dijitalleşme'nin İnsan Kaynakları Yönetimi fonksiyonlarına olan etkilerinin ortaya konmasıdır. Araştırmanın konusu, Endüstri 4.0'ın ortaya çıkışı ile İnsan Kaynakları Yönetimi Fonksiyonlarının nasıl değiştiğinin ortaya konması, hangi değişkenlerin insan kaynakları fonksiyonlarını ne şekilde etkilediğinin belirlenmesidir. Araştırmanın önemi, toplanan veri kapsamında ulusal ve uluslararası yönetim literatüründe önemli sayıda kaynağa ulaşılmış olması, bu kaynaklar üzerinden yapılan analizler ile alanda daha önce araştırma konusu olarak çalışılmamış olan bir boşluğu doldurması, dijitalleşme uygulamalarının işletmelere etki etmesiyle dijitalleşmenin İK ile ilişkisinin daha net olarak ortaya konma gerekliliğidir. Araştırmada yöntem olarak nitel içerik analizi kullanılmış, ulaşılan toplam 108 çalışma üzerinden Endüstri 4.0 kapsamında İKY fonksiyonlarında ortaya çıkan uygulama ve etkiler analiz edilmiştir. Analiz kapsamındaki Endüstri 4.0 ve Dijitalleşme kavramlarının benzer anlamda kullanılması nedeniyle dijitalleşme kapsamındaki çalışmalar da araştırmaya dahil edilmiştir. Araştırmanın sonuçları kapsamında, Endüstri 4.0'ın insan kaynakları alanındaki tüm fonksiyonlara etkilerinin bulunduğu ve en çok etkilenen fonksiyonların sırasıyla İşe Alım, İşgören Eğitimi ve Personeli Güçlendirme, Performans Değerleme, Endüstriyel İlişkiler, İş Analizi ve Tasarımı, Kariyer Geliştirme, İş Değerlemesi ve Ücretleme, İnsan Kaynakları Planlaması, İnsan Kaynakları Bilgi Sistemi, İş Sağlığı ve Güvenliği, İK Metrikleri olduğu belirlenmiştir. Araştırmanın temel kısıtı, bu konuda mevcut çalışma sayısının azlığı olmakta, ayrıca yapılan çalışmaların önemli miktarının literatür taramasına dayalı teorik çalışmalardan oluştuğu görülmektedir. Konunun gelişimi ile birlikte özellikle İKY fonksiyonları içinde alan çalışmasına çok az sayıda rastlanıldığı için bu konuda daha fazla alan çalışması yapılması gerekmektedir. Bu kapsamda Endüstri 4.0 – İKY ilişkisi, halen yazında ciddi boşluklar içeren bir alan özelliği taşımaktadır. The aim of the research is to reveal the effects of Industrial 4.0 and Digitalization to human resources management functions. The subject of the research is with the emergence of Industry 4.0 and the revealing of human resources management functions, which varies, which variables affect human resources functions how. The importance of the study is to have a significant number of resources in the national and international management literature in the collected data is to fill in an analyzes over these resources, which are previously unattended as research subject in the field. As a method in the study, qualitative content analysis has been used, the applications and effects of Industry 4.0 that occur in the HRM functions on the total 108 operations are analyzed. Due to similar use of industrial 4.0 and digitalization concepts under the analysis, studies under digitalization are also included in the study. Within the scope of the results of the study, Industry 4.0 has the effects of all functions in the field of human resources management and the most affected functions respectively were found Recruitment, Employee Training and Staff Strengthening, Performance Valuation, Industrial Relations, Business Analysis and Design, Career Development, Business Valuation and Pricing, Human Resource Planning, Human Resource Information Systems, HR Metrics. The main constraint of the study is the scarcity of the current number of studies on this issue, and the significant amount of the studies is made up of theoretical studies based on literature scanning. In particular, with the development of the subject, more area studies should be carried out in this regard as very few in the field study within the HRM functions. In this context, the Industry 4.0-HRM relationship is still an area of serious gaps in the literature.

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    Authors: A. Otero; C. Segura; L. Tey; G. Masferrer; +2 Authors

    Anaerobic digestion performance is highly influenced by the chemical composition and flow of substrates. This work evaluates the feasibility of a handheld near infrared spectrometer to predict moisture, fat, and protein content of animal by-products (ABP) mixtures further used as substrates for biogas production. The performance of a commercially handheld near infrared spectrometer (NIR) was evaluated for acquiring spectra of ABP sterilised mixtures, that were also chemically analysed. The calibration was performed by partial least square's regression technique and tested by an independent set of data. The results showed determination coefficients values ranging from 0.72 to 0.79 and root mean square errors of 2.60–4.85%. The performance of the handheld NIR spectrometer device was compared with a benchtop NIR spectrometer with a broader range of wavelength. The results suggest that NIR technology could be included as a useful estimation tool for the rapid characterization of feedstocks in biogas plants. info:eu-repo/semantics/acceptedVersion

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    Biomass and Bioenergy
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      Biomass and Bioenergy
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    Authors: Perrone M.; Di Febbraro M.; Conti L.; Divisek J.; +11 Authors

    Biodiversity monitoring is crucial for ecosystem conservation, but ground data collection is limited by cost, time, and scale. Remote sensing is a convenient approach providing frequent, near-real-time information with fine resolution over wide areas. According to the Spectral Variation Hypothesis (SVH), spectral diversity (SD) is an effective proxy of environmental heterogeneity, which ultimately relates to plant diversity. So far, studies testing the relationship between SD and biodiversity have reported contradictory findings, calling for a thorough investigation of the key factors (i.e., metrics applied, habitat type, scale, and temporal effects) and conditions under which such a relationship exists. This study investigates the applicability of the SVH for monitoring plant diversity at the landscape scale by comparing the performance of three types of SD metrics. Species richness and functional diversity were calculated for >2000 grid cells of 5′ × 3′ covering the Czech Republic. Within each cell, we quantified SD using a Landsat-8 “greenest pixel” composite by applying (i) the standard deviation of NDVI, (ii) Rao’s Q entropy index and (iii) the richness of “spectral communities”. Habitat type (i.e., land cover) was included in the models of the relationship between SD and ground biodiversity. Both species richness and functional diversity showed positive and significant relationships with each SD metric tested. However, SD alone accounted for a small fraction of the deviance explained by the models. Furthermore, the strength of the rela­ tionship depended significantly on habitat type and was highest in natural areas with transitional bushy and herbaceous vegetation. Our results underline that despite the stability of the significance of the relationship between SD and plant diversity at this scale, the applicability of SD for biodiversity monitoring is context- dependent and the factors mediating such a relationship must be carefully considered to avoid misleading conclusions.

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