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Intelligent Analysis of Hurricane Data over GIS Applications

von: Yuniel Proenza

GRIN Verlag , 2016

ISBN: 9783668352308 , 14 Seiten

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Intelligent Analysis of Hurricane Data over GIS Applications


Scientific Essay from the year 2016 in the subject Geography / Earth Science - Geology, Mineralogy, Soil Science, , language: English, abstract: Geographical Information Systems (GIS) research area have been evolving with time. Those systems have become useful beyond spatial and geographic information representation and computer aided analysis using maps. Some of the most important fields of application for GIS are fleet control, tourism analysis and Meteorological analysis. For the last mentioned field, advisory and prediction models should be enhanced aiming the avoidance of critical damage associated to Hurricanes. Intelligent systems have become the optimal solution when decision-making situations are extreme and advanced reasoning is expected. Existing models involve high mathematical analysis, which is complex for humans and also sometimes computational costs have to be considered. There are some artificial intelligence fields that are exploring the possibility of making inference about existing data, enriching the information and enhancing the obtained results. In the present work we propose a hybrid GIS which includes some behavioral aspects of intelligent systems for Hurricane analysis.

Graduated in Computer Sciences in 2006. He obtained his Master in Software Engineering and Artificial Intelligence by the University of Malaga in 2011. Assistant professor, with expertise in the Computer Programming Discipline and Software Engineering. Since 2012 have been developing a Semantic Model for Moving Objects Analysis. His main interest are Formal Semantics for Moving Objects and Fleet Control.