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|The method utilizes the normalized landslide densities derived using the landslide occurrence in each factor class for calculating weight values. Information value method (Yin and Yan, 1988; Kobashi and Suzuki, 1988) and weights of evidence modeling (Spiegelhalter, 1986; Bonham-Carter et al., 1990) are two common bivariate methods applied in LHZ mapping.
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|The bivariate statistical methods utilize the normalized landslide densities derived using the landslide occurrence in each parameter class to arrive at the hazard map. Information value method and weights of evidence modelling are two common bivariate methods applied in LHZ mapping process.|
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