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GeoComputation (2nd Ed)
by Robert J. Abrahart and Linda M. See
CRC Press | June 2014 | ISBN-10: 1466503289 | PDF | 475 pages | 22.7 mb
A revision of Openshaw and Abrahart’s seminal work, GeoComputation, Second Edition retains influences of its originators while also providing updated, state-of-the-art information on changes in the computational environment. In keeping with the field’s development, this new edition takes a broader view and provides comprehensive coverage across the field of GeoComputation.
See What’s New in the Second Edition:
- Coverage of ubiquitous computing, the GeoWeb, reproducible research, open access, and agent-based modelling
- Expanded chapter on Genetic Programming and a separate chapter developed on Evolutionary Algorithms
- Ten chapters updated by the same or new authors and eight new chapters added to reflect state of the art
Each chapter is a stand-alone entity that covers a particular topic. You can simply dip in and out or read it from cover to cover. The opening chapter by Stan Openshaw has been preserved, with only a limited number of minor essential modifications having been enacted. This is not just a matter of respect. Openshaw’s work is eloquent, prophetic, and his overall message remains largely unchanged.
In contrast to other books on this subject, GeoComputation: Second Edition supplies a state-of-the-art review of all major areas in GeoComputation with chapters written especially for this book by invited specialists. This approach helps develop and expand a computational culture, one that can exploit the ever-increasing richness of modern geographical and geospatial datasets. It also supplies an instructional guide to be kept within easy reach for regular access and when need arises.
About the Authors
Dr. Robert J. Abrahart is an associate professor of geographical information science in the School of Geography at the University of Nottingham, UK. He is a computational geographer with specialist interests in neural network modeling and hydroinformatics.
Dr. Linda M. See is a research scholar in the Ecosystems Services Management Program at the International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) in Laxenburg, Austria. Her research interests include the application of artificial intelligence and computational geography to a range of geographical problems in the human and physical domains.
Preface by Robert J. Abrahart ....ix
Preface by Linda See .... xiii
Chapter 1 GeoComputation ....1
Chapter 2 Modelling Spatial Morphologies: Fractal Patterns from Cellular Automata ....23
Chapter 3 Parallel Computing in Geography ....49
Chapter 4 The Evolving GeoWeb.....69
Chapter 5 Geovisualisation as an Analytical Toolbox for Discovery ....97
Chapter 6 GeoComputation: Applications in Biology ....125
Chapter 7 Evolutionary Algorithms ....143
Chapter 8 Genetic Programming: Magic Bullet, Poisoned Chalice or Two-Headed Monster? ....169
Chapter 9 Agent-Based Modelling ....203
Chapter 10 E-Research and GeoComputation ....241
Chapter 11 Expert Systems for Planning and Spatial Decision Support ....259
Chapter 12 Fuzzy Modelling ....283
Chapter 13 Neurocomputing for GeoComputation ....307
Chapter 14 GeoComputation and Open-Source Software: Components and Software Component Stacks ....329
Chapter 15 Location-Based GeoComputation: Strategic Rethinking of the Opportunities for Outdoor Research Afforded by Mobile Devices ....357
Chapter 16 Ubiquitous Computing, Spatial Big Data and Open GeoComputation ....377
Chapter 17 Embedded GeoComputation: Publishing Text, Data and Software in a Reproducible Form ....397
Chapter 18 Limits to GeoComputation .... 417
Chapter 19 GeoComputation in 2061 ....429
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