Bayesian belief networks (BBN) and GIS can be used as decision aides to give an idea of probability of events unfolding.
Light pollution is considered to be artificial or anthropogenic introduction of light in what would normally be a night setting. Light pollution has grown significantly throughout the twentieth century as cheap, constant light became more possible in urban areas. However, light pollution has the potential to negatively affect our health, […]
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) have enormous potential to be used for teaching mathematics to students. Lessons can be crafted for all levels of math student and presented in an engaging and interactive way. This provides an effective means to engage students with both mathematics and cutting edge science and technology.
While topic modeling by itself has been an increasingly growing research field in the humanities and social sciences, where the use of social media and newspapers, in particular, have helped to identify many topical trends, GIS has only recently been employed more prominently in this area.