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Informatik F?r Den Umweltschutz Computer Science For Environmental Protection

Author : M. Hälker
ISBN : 3540549323
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Im vorliegenden Band wird der aktuelle Stand auf dem Gebiet "Informatik f}r den Umweltschutz" dargestellt, wobei folgende zwei Themenkreise besonders hervorgehoben werden: 1. Informatikverfahren, die f}r Anwendungen aus dem Umweltbereich geeignet sind und 2. Softwareanwendungen aus dem Umweltschutzbereich. Behandelt werden Themen wie Luftreinhaltung, Gew{sserschutz, Abfallwirtschaft, \kosystemforschung, Modellbildung Simulation und geographische Informationssysteme sowie die Gebiete neuronale Netze, Fuzzy Logic, Datenbankanwendungen, wissensbasierte Systeme und Werkzeuge f}r den Umweltschutz.

Informatik F?r Den Umweltschutz

Author : Werner Pillmann
ISBN : 9783642760815
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Mit dem vorliegenden Tagungsband wird der aktuelle Stand der Informatikanwendungen für Zwecke des Umweltschutzes dokumentiert. Damit wird ein Einblick in die Fülle der Möglichkeiten gegeben, auf deren Grundlage Systemzusammenhänge erkannt, Prognosen erstellt und geeignete Maßnahmen zur Minderung der Umweltbelastung entwickelt werden können. Die Tagungsbeiträge bieten vielfältige Hinweise zur Planung und Realisierung von Systemen zur Umweltdatenverarbeitung. Sie enthalten sowohl Anregungen und Ideen als auch Beschreibungen praktisch realisierter Systeme. Für die mit Umweltschutzaufgaben Beschäftigten aus der Verwaltung, der Industrie, den in wissenschaftlichen Einrichtungen tätigen Personen und anderen an Umweltfragen Interessierten besteht damit eine umfangreiche Materialiensammlung. Ein Sachbereich, der aus der Umweltschutzproblematik nicht auszuklammern ist, wird erstmalig in einem eigenen Kapitel behandelt. Es ist dies die Diskussion über "Möglichkeiten, Wirkungen, Risiken und Grenzen der Informationsverarbeitung". Zur Schaffung eines aktuellen Überblicks wurde in den Tagungsband das Tutorial über "Expertensysteme im Umweltschutz" mit aufgenommen.

Informatik F?r Den Umweltschutz Computer Science For Environmental Protection

Author : M. Hälker
ISBN : 9783642771644
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Environmental Software Systems

Author : Ralf Denzer
ISBN : 9780387349510
Genre : Computers
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Due to increasing practical needs, software support of environmental protection and research tasks is growing in importance and scope. Software systems help to monitor basic data, to maintain and process relevant environmental information, to analyze gathered information and to carry out decision processes, which often have to take into account complex alternatives with various side effects. Therefore software is an important tool for the environmental domain. When the first software systems in the environmental domain grew - 10 to 15 years ag- users and developers were not really aware of the complexity these systems are carrying with themselves: complexity with respect to entities, tasks and procedures. I guess nobody may have figured out at that time that the environmental domain would ask for solutions which information science would not be able to provide and - in several cases - can not provide until today. Therefore environmental informatics - as we call it today - is also an important domain of computer science itself, because practical solutions need to deal with very complex, interdisciplinary, distributed, integrated, sometimes badly defined, user-centered decision processes. I doubt somebody will state that we are already capable of building such integrated systems for end users for reasonable cost on a broad range. The development of the first scientific community for environmental informatics started around 1985 in Germany, becoming a technical committee and working group of the German Computer Society in 1987.

Corporate Environmental Management Information Systems Advancements And Trends

Author : Teuteberg, Frank
ISBN : 9781615209828
Genre : Business & Economics
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"This book summarizes the state of the art in the emergent field of Corporate Environmental Management Information Systems, showing researchers, managers, engineers and information technology specialists how to develop and implement effective CEMIS"--Provided by publisher.

Informatik Wirtschaft Gesellschaft

Author : Horst Reichel
ISBN : 9783642784866
Genre : Computers
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Information Technology And Sustainability

Author : Lorenz M. Hilty
ISBN : 9783842396555
Genre : Nature
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Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) are contributing both to environmental problems and to their solution. Will ICT producers, users and recyclers be the major polluters of tomorrow, or will 'Green IT' and a dematerialized information society save the climate? This book provides an in-depth analysis of the relationship between ICT and sustainable development, culminating in 15 recommendations – to producers, users and political decision makers – which show the way to a sustainable information society. Keywords: Information Technology, Environment, Sustainable Development, Environmental Informatics, Green IT, Green Computing, Data Centers, Energy Efficiency, Resource Productivity, Dematerialization, Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), E-waste, Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), Recycling, Technological Complexity, Critical Information Infrastructure, Open Standards, Rebound Effect.

From Science To Society

Author : Benoît Otjacques
ISBN : 9783319656878
Genre : Computers
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This book presents the latest findings and ongoing research in connection with green information systems and green information & communication technology (ICT). It provides valuable insights into a broad range of cross-cutting concerns in ICT and the environmental sciences, and showcases how ICT can be used to effectively address environmental and energy efficiency issues. Offering a selection of extended contributions to the 31st International Conference EnviroInfo 2017, it is essential reading for anyone looking to expand their expertise in the area.

Environmental Informatics

Author : Nicholas M. Avouris
ISBN : 9789401714433
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Environmental informatics is a field of applied computer science that develops and uses the techniques of information processing for environmental protection, research and engineering. The multidisciplinary nature of environmental problems needs environmental informatics as a bridge and mediator between many disciplines and institutions. The present book presents a wide range of topics currently being pursued in the area, including basic methodological issues and typical applications. A significant number of recognised experts have contributed to the volume, discussing the methodology and application of environmental monitoring, environmental databases and information systems, GIS, modeling software, environmental management systems, knowledge-based systems, and the visualisation of complex environmental data. For scholarly and professional practitioners of environmental management who wish to acquire well-founded knowledge of environmental information processing and specialists in applied computer science who wish to learn more about the contribution of their field to the solution of our urgent environmental problems.

Greening The Supply Chain

Author : Joseph Sarkis
ISBN : 9781846282997
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book analyzes environmental supply chain management theory and practice, with contributions by a international experts. Coverage includes concepts and principles of green supply chain management; studies of practices and concerns in industries worldwide; tools for environmental supply chain design and development; and case studies of green supply chain practices. Professionals, policy makers, researchers and students will value this book for the insights it provides into a topic of growing concern.

Focus On Scientific Visualization

Author : Hans Hagen
ISBN : 9783642771651
Genre : Computers
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One of the important issues of Scientific Visualization is the utilization of the broad bandwidth of the human sensory system in steering and interpreting complex processes and simulations involving voluminous data sets across diverse scientific disciplines. This book presents the state-of-the-art in visualization techniques both as an overview for the inquiring scientist, and as a solid platform from which developers may extend existing techniques or devise new ones to meet the specific needs of their problems. A secondary goal in crafting this volume has been to provide a vehicle for teaching of state-of-the-art techniques in scientific visualization. The first part of the book covers the application areas fluid flow visualization in medicine, and environmental protection. The second set of chapters explain fundamentals of scientific visualization. It comprises contributions on data structuring and data administration, data modeling, and rendering. A final section is devoted to auditory representation of scientific data.

Information Age Economy

Author : Hans U. Buhl
ISBN : 9783642575471
Genre : Business & Economics
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Systems Analysis And Simulation Ii

Author : Achim Sydow
ISBN : 9781461389361
Genre : Computers
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The present volume contains the papers which were accepted for presentation at the 3rd International Symposium for Systems Analysis and Simulation held in Berlin (GDR), September 12-:-16, 1988. It is already a tradition to meet a broad international community of experts in systems analysis, modelling and simulation at this symposium. This fact shows the requirements for a forum of presentation and discussion of new developments and applications of modelling and simulation in systems analysis. To realize the great interest in this field one has to take into consideration the developed role of computer simulation as a powerful tool of problem solving. More and more areas in sciences and production have been investigated by mathematical models and computer' simulation. Biological sciences and social sciences are even by now influenced by this trend. The model use on the computer has been very much improved in decision support systems. Parallel simulation will provide drastic shortening of computing time. Parallel simulation and model based decision support systems are brought in the focus of international activities. Numerical mathematics, systems theory and control sciences provide with algorithms supporting the modelling process itself based on simulation or analytic methods. Such simulation systems equipped with tools for modelling and graphics for representing results are real model support systems. A new important impact comes from artificial intelligence by knowledge processing. Expert systems may help decision making in case of missing mathematical models. Expert systems may also support teaching and using simulation systems.

Information Als Produktionsfaktor

Author : Winfried Görke
ISBN : 9783642778100
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Applications Of Databases

Author : Witold Litwin
ISBN : 9783540484738
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This volume presents the proceedings of the First International Conference on Applications of Databases, ADB-94, held at Vadstena, Sweden in June 1994. ADB-94 provided a unique platform for the discussion of innovative applications of databases among database researchers, developers and application designers. The 28 refereed papers were carefully selected from more than 100 submissions. They report on DB applications, for example in air traffic, modelling, maps, environment, finance, engineering, electronic publishing, and digital libraries, and they are devoted to advanced database services, as for example image text and multimedia modelling, fuzzy set based querying, knowledge management, heterogeneous multidatabase management, and intelligent networks.

Environmental Information Systems

Author : Oliver Günther
ISBN : 9783662036020
Genre : Computers
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Environmental information systems (EIS) are concerned with the management of data about the soil, the water, the air, and the species in the world around us. This first textbook on the topic gives a conceptual framework for EIS by structuring the data flow into 4 phases: data capture, storage, analysis, and metadata management. This flow corresponds to a complex aggregation process gradually transforming the incoming raw data into concise documents suitable for high-level decision support. All relevant concepts are covered, including statistical classification, data fusion, uncertainty management, knowledge based systems, GIS, spatial databases, multidimensional access methods, object-oriented databases, simulation models, and Internet-based information management. Several case studies present EIS in practice.

Climate And Environmental Database Systems

Author : Michael Lautenschlager
ISBN : 9781461540946
Genre : Computers
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Climate and Environmental Database Systems contains the papers presented at the Second International Workshop on Climate and Environmental Database Systems, held November 21-23, 1995, in Hamburg, Germany. Climate and environmental data may be separated into two classes, large amounts of well structured data and smaller amounts of less structured data. The large amounts are produced by numerical climate models and by satellites, handling data in the order of magnitude of 100 Tbytes for the climate modelling sites and 1000 Tbytes for the recording and processing of satellite data. Smaller amounts of poorly structured data are the environmental data, which come mainly from observations and measurements. Present-day problems in data management are connected with a variety of data types. Climate and Environmental Database Systems addresses the state of the art, practical experience, and future perspectives for climate and environmental database systems, and may be used as a text for a graduate level course on the subject or as a reference for researchers or practitioners in industry.

Informationssysteme Und K?nstliche Intelligenz Modellierung

Author : Rudi Studer
ISBN : 9783642773129
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Neuere Entwicklungen im Datenbank- und Informationssystembereich sind u.a. gekennzeichnet durch die Bereitstellung sehr m{chtiger semantischer bzw. objektorientierter Datenmodelle, um den Anforderungen aus sogenannten Nicht-Standardanwendungen wie z.B. dem B}robereich gerecht zu werden. Daraus ergeben sich unmittelbar neue Problemstellungen imHinblick auf die Entwurfs- und Modellierungsaufgaben, die mit dem Einsatz derartiger m{chtiger Datenmodelle verbunden sind. Betrachtet manandererseits Entwicklungstendenzen im Bereich der K}nstlichen Intelligenz, so wird Fragen der systematischen Entwicklung Wissensbasierter Systeme eine immer gr|~ere Wichtigkeit beigemessen. Dabei spielen u.a. Phasen-Systeme und damit verbunden der Aufbau geeigneter Modelle eine zentrale Rolle. Dementsprechend hat der 2. Workshop "Informationssysteme und K}nstliche Intelligenz" gerade das Gebiet der Modellierung als generelles Thema. Zielsetzung ist dabei, auf dem Gebiet derModellierung Gemeinsamkeiten und Unterschiede von Problemstellungen bzw. L|sungsans{tzen, die in den Fachdisziplinen K}nstliche Intelligenz und Informationssysteme/Datenbanksysteme identifiziert bzw. entwickelt worden sind, herauszuarbeiten. Damit soll gleichzeitig der Gedankenaustausch zwischen den beteiligten Fachdisziplinen gef|rdertund die Zusammenarbeit }ber Fachdisziplinen hinweg verbessert werden.

Rechnergest?tzter Entwurf Und Architektur Mikroelektronischer Systeme

Author : Bernd Reusch
ISBN : 9783642843044
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Das Buch enthält die am 1. und 2. Oktober 1990 in Dortmund auf der ersten gemeinsamen GME/GI/ITG-Fachtagung "Rechnergestützter Entwurf und Architektur mikroelektronischer Systeme " gehaltenen Vorträge. Diese Fachtagung diente dem Austausch aktueller Erfahrungen und Forschungsergebnisse in den Bereichen "CAD für Mikroelektronik" und "Architekturen mikroelektronischer Systeme" im deutschsprachigen Raum. Die Vorträge über abgeschlossene Forschungen werden daher ergänzt durch Berichte über noch in der Entwicklung begriffene Systeme und konzeptionelle Vorarbeiten. Die Vorträge beziehen sich auf folgende Themen: - Spezifikation hochintegrierter Schaltungen - Architektur-, Logik-Synthese und Optimierung - Physikalischer Entwurf - Verifikation - Testmethoden und Zuverlässigkeit - Simulation und Modellierung - CAD-Umgebungen - Entwurfsmethodik und Entwurfsmanagement - Architekturen mikroelektronischer Systeme - Technologiemodellierung.

Information Technologies In Environmental Engineering

Author : Ioannis N. Athanasiadis
ISBN : 9783540883517
Genre : Science
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Information technologies have evolved to an enabling science for natural resource management and conservation, environmental engineering, scientific simulation and integrated assessment studies. Computing plays a significant role in every day practices of environmental engineers, natural scientists, economists, and social scientists. The complexity of natural phenomena requires interdisciplinary approaches, where computing science offers the infrastructure for environmental data collection and management, scientific simulations, decision support documentation and reporting. Ecology, environmental engineering and natural resource management comprise an excellent real-world testbed for IT system demonstration, while raising new challenges for computer science. Complexity, uncertainty and scaling issues of natural systems form a demanding application domain for sensor networks and earth observation systems; modelling, simulation and scientific workflows, data management and reporting, decision support and intelligent systems, distributed computing environments, geographical information systems, heterogeneous systems integration, software engineering, accounting systems and control systems. This books offers a collection of papers presented at the 4th International Symposium on Environmental Engineering, held in May 2009, in Thessaloniki, Greece. Recent success stories in ecoinformatics, promising ideas and new challenges are discussed among computer scientists, environmental engineers, economists and social scientists, demonstrating new paradigms for problem solving and decision making.

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