I have a time series of raster images for a study area that have been processed to a binary classification (inundated/not inundated). Each image in the series is time-stamped and can be associated with a specific water level in the study area that's expected to predict what cells are inundated.
I want to generate a model that allows me to interpolate/estimate inundation extent at any given water level. Traditional inundation models (e.g., "flooding" a DEM) are not an option because there is relatively little topographic relief in the study area and DEM data do not have sufficient vertical resolution.
Extensive searching for some kind of applicable modelling approach has proved unfruitful. Conceptually, I think of modeling each cell of the raster as a logistic model against gage height. This is clearly not reasonable, as it treats each cell as independent and ignores the certain spatial correlation in the data. It will also be quite unwieldy to fit hundreds of thousands of models... :)
I know I'm missing an obvious answer here. Can anyone send me towards an applicable method?