By L. M. Hilty, B. Page, F. J. Radermacher, W.-F. Riekert (auth.), Nicholas M. Avouris, Bernd Page (eds.)
Environmental informatics is a box of utilized computing device technological know-how that develops and makes use of the ideas of knowledge processing for environmental defense, study and engineering. The multidisciplinary nature of environmental difficulties wishes environmental informatics as a bridge and mediator among many disciplines and associations. the current e-book offers quite a lot of themes at present being pursued within the quarter, together with simple methodological concerns and average functions. an important variety of acknowledged specialists have contributed to the quantity, discussing the method and alertness of environmental tracking, environmental databases and data structures, GIS, modeling software program, environmental administration structures, knowledge-based structures, and the visualisation of complicated environmental facts.
For scholarly practitioners of environmental administration who desire to gather well-founded wisdom of environmental details processing and experts in utilized computing device technology who desire to research extra concerning the contribution in their box to the answer of our pressing environmental difficulties.
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Extra info for Environmental Informatics: Methodology and Applications of Environmental Information Processing
No doubt there are many parallels between this kind of sequential data processing and the data flow in traditional business applications, where data are collected, stored, and processed in order to provide efficient decision support for management. In environmental monitoring, however, we encounter a few very special requirements that make parts of the processing much more difficult. First, the amount of data to be processed is unusually large. As was mentioned, in the case of image data we expect several terabytes per day, a quantity that is about two orders of magnitude beyond what is currently typical for large high-transaction databases, such as are used in banking or airline reservation systems.
Corresponding to the method of Dempster and Schafer [SHAF76]). The calculations required for these methods can be performed using the user-defined raster data analysis functions described above. 3 Prototypical application. An important part of the work in the RESEDA project was related to a working area known as Prototypical Application. Here FAW cooperated with officials from environmental agencies in Baden-Wiirttemberg. Concrete user requirements were derived to support the development of new methods, and the methods were verified in the course of practical applications.
Non-experts can be supported by a knowledge-based assisting system. The experience gained during the development of the RESEDA work- 35 Fig. 6: Forest monitoring using remote sensing ing environment, as well as parts of the software developed, were adopted by Siemens Nixdorfs GIS development department [REIN92]. The decision to focus one part of the project on the prototypical application of the techniques under investigation was of crucial importance for the successful development of computer-based remote sensing techniques.