Spatial decision making

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  • Intramuscular fat infiltration is a critical factor in surgical decision-making and is the most important factor used to prognosticate surgical repair outcomes in patients with rotator cuff tears. Quantitative 3D assessment of total rotator cuff fat infiltration in patients with rotator cuff tears has been realized.

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  • Thematic maps present information relating to spatial variations in the distribution of specific geographical features at a regional scale or across the entire basin. The spatial distribution of thematic maps aids in decision-making of management of resources. Different thematic maps generated for the Kinnerasani basin include watershed boundary, drainage network, slope map, landuse/landcover map and soil map with the help of Survey of India topographical map and Cartosat DEM. LULC map was developed using IRS P6 LISS III satellite data.

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  • Maps have long been identified as a political document aimed at structuring human senses, expectations, desire and notion on the space around. Developments in Geographic information technology which combines GIS, Remote Sensing and GPS has created new avenues in mapping and spatial decision making. Advent of FOSSGIS and Web GIS has further simplified data availability and analytical capability. These new technological advances have helped the use of critical mapping which is a set of new mapping practices and theoretical critique grounded in critical theory.

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  • The paper aims at proposing a framework of hybrid spatial-fuzzy multi-criteria decision-making and demonstrating application of the framework to evaluate and select the appropriate location for Urban Distribution Center in Yogyakarta Special Region Province, Indonesia. The study has been inspired by the need to evaluate the Urban Distribution Center initiative, i.e., Jogja Inland Port by local government that has been hampered due to lack of participating companies.

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  • Under stressful conditions such as in an emergency situation, efficient information processing is essential for reasonable responses. Purpose of the Study: Virtual Reality (VR) technology is used to induce stress and to test three main cognitive functions for decision making in stressful situations.

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  • The Monterey Bay Region benefits from science-based adaptation planning that places value on a healthy social-ecological ecosystem. We co-developed a methodological engagement framework to support an iterative place-based process among natural resource managers, the planning community, and the community of technical experts (e.g., economists, scientists, lawyers). In collaboration with local decision makers, we are evaluating the effects of adaptation strategies on ecosystem services provided by natural dune and wetland systems to inform decision making at the local government level.

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  • In this paper, we present a distributed and scalable evolutionary game played by autonomous mobile ad hoc network (MANET) nodes to place themselves uniformly over a dynamically changing environment without a centralized controller. A node spreading evolutionary game, called NSEG, runs at each mobile node, autonomously makes movement decisions based on localized data while the movement probabilities of possible next locations are assigned by a forced-based genetic algorithm (FGA).

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  • Although Egypt has already reached the water poverty limit, it possesses a high potential of brackish groundwater available from different aquifers. All Arab countries lie in the best sun-belt region in the world and Egypt has the highest number of sun hours all year round. Solar energy for groundwater desalination is an independent infinite energy resource; it has low running costs and reduces the contribution of greenhouse gases (GHG) to global warming.

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  • Part 1 of document Aviation psychology in principles and practice the present the content: introduction to aviation psychology; perception and attention during low-altitude high-speed flight; spatial orientation; mental workload and situation awareness: essential concepts for aviation psychology practice; aviation displays; aeronautical decision making metaphors, models and methods.

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  • The main objective of this study was to implement a spatial model with a multicriteria assessment approach for rice (Oryza sativa L.) land suitability by using geographic information system (GIS) techniques. The land mapping units resulting from the overlay of the selected theme layers had unique land quality information on which land suitability was based.

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  • Dental X-ray image segmentation is a necessary and important process in medical diagnosis, which assists clinicians to make decisions about possible dental diseases of a patient from a dental X-ray image. It is a multi-objective optimization problem which involves basic components of fuzzy clustering, spatial structures of a dental image, and additional information of experts expressed through a pre-defined membership matrix.

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  • A decision support system (DSS) will be developed, using the results of the MRB model system and other existing watershed DSSs to enable decision-making about investments in watershed management, aquatic ecosystem restoration, water quality, water quantity, and groundwater management measures in the MRB. The DSS will be explicitly designed to meet sponsor needs. The DSS will be linked to the Basin GIS to enable visualization of the spatial arrangement of management measures.

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  • As a result, there is little awareness regarding the fact that the organization and characteristics of a production and supply chain strongly influence the volumes (and temporal and spatial distribution) of water consumption and pollution that can be associated with a final consumer product. Hoekstra and Chapagain (2008) have shown that visualizing the hidden water use behind products can help in understanding the global character of fresh water and in quantifying the effects of consumption and trade on water resources use.

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  • Digital Elevation Model (DEM) is an important component of GIS applications in many socio-economic areas. Especially, DEM has a very important role in monitoring and managing natural resources, preventing natural hazards, and supporting spatial decision making. Usually, DEM is built by interpolation from a limited set of sample points. Thus, the accuracy of the DEM is depended on the used interpolation method.

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  • By explicitly demonstrating spatial links from ecosystems to people and the strength of the flow of ecosystem services, we can better demonstrate how people gain value from ecosystem services. Beyond demonstrating the value of ecosystem services to individuals, improved maps of provision, use, and benefit flows can help guide various policy applications for ecosystem services. This can lead to both fuller appreciation of value by the groups that benefit most from nature’s services, and a better body of knowledge to enable sound decision making by society....

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  • Yet recent authors have noted that the MA ecosystem services classification does not lend itself well to economic decision-making (Hein and van Ierland 2006; Boyd and Banzhaf 2007; Wallace 2007). This is because the MA categories do not explicitly link specific benefits to specific human beneficiaries of ecosystem services.

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  • The first rudimentary notion of what can be called risk, may have arisen, according to Covello and Munpower (1985), around 3200 BC in the valley between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, where lived a group called “Asipu”. A major function of this group was to help people who needed to make difficult decisions. The “Asipus”, when sought, identified the scale of the problem, the alternatives and the consequences of each alternative. Then, they drew up a table, marking the positive and negative points of each alternative to indicate the best decision....

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  • The development of robust accuracy assessment methods for the validation of spatial data represents a difficult challenge for the geospatial science community. The importance and timeliness of this issue are related directly to the dramatic escalation in the development and application of spatial data throughout the latter 20th century. This trend, which is expected to continue, will become increasingly pervasive and continue to revolutionize future decision-making processes.

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