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Toward Urban Water Security: Broadening the Use of Machine Learning Methods for Mitigating Urban Water Hazards

Melissa R. Allen-Dumas, Haowen Xu, Kuldeep R. Kurte, Deeksha Rastogi
2021 Frontiers in Water  
However, the effective implementation of such an approach requires the collection and curation of large amounts of disparate data, and reliable methods for modeling processes that may be co-evolutionary  ...  Due to the complex interactions of human activity and the hydrological cycle, achieving urban water security requires comprehensive planning processes that address urban water hazards using a holistic  ...  The study presented a use case for a Process-Guided Deep Learning (PGDL) hybrid modeling framework for predicting depth-specific lake water temperature, which serves as an important water quality parameter  ... 
doi:10.3389/frwa.2020.562304 fatcat:4g4x5qsljva63fzfibqyjhsdsi

Large scale Optimal Transportation Meshfree (OTM) Simulations of Hypervelocity Impact

B. Li, L. Perotti, M. Adams, J. Mihaly, A.J. Rosakis, M. Stalzer, Michael Ortiz
2013 Procedia Engineering  
The evaluation of the performance of the numerical model takes the form of a conventional validation analysis.  ...  Large scale three-dimensional OTM simulations of hypervelocity impact are performed on departmental class systems using a dynamic load balancing MPI/PThreads parallel implementation of the OTM method.  ...  the Predictive Modeling and Simulation of High Energy Density Dynamic Response of Materials.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.proeng.2013.05.036 fatcat:npiru4z7lndctkq3vsdyscax34

Incorporating Landslide Spatial Information and Correlated Features among Conditioning Factors for Landslide Susceptibility Mapping

Xin Yang, Rui Liu, Mei Yang, Jingjue Chen, Tianqiang Liu, Yuantao Yang, Wei Chen, Yuting Wang
2021 Remote Sensing  
This study proposed a new hybrid model based on the convolutional neural network (CNN) for making effective use of historical datasets and producing a reliable landslide susceptibility map.  ...  Therefore, the proposed model is capable of accurately mapping landslide susceptibility and providing a promising method for hazard mitigation and land use planning.  ...  The authors also would like to thank Kun Chen from the Institute of Geophysics, China Earthquake Administration for sharing the PGA data.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs13112166 fatcat:vxhukghotzhpnctlw2v3vfvuxm

Predicting Rainfall-Induced Soil Erosion Based on a Hybridization of Adaptive Differential Evolution and Support Vector Machine Classification

Tuan Vu Dinh, Hieu Nguyen, Xuan-Linh Tran, Nhat-Duc Hoang, Essam Houssein
2021 Mathematical Problems in Engineering  
The goal of this study is to develop a machine learning model based on support vector machine (SVM) for soil erosion prediction.  ...  Predicting soil erosion is a challenging task, subjecting to variation of soil characteristics, slope, vegetation cover, land management, and weather condition.  ...  of this hybrid framework for tackling the problem at hand.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/6647829 fatcat:3fgnzyfcujhcnmvzwfqa6636du

Software for pest-management science: computer models and databases from the United States Department of Agriculture?Agricultural Research Service

R Don Wauchope, Lajpat R Ahuja, Jeffrey G Arnold, Ron Bingner, Richard Lowrance, Martinus T van Genuchten, Larry D Adams
2003 Pest Management Science  
However, rapid changes in the technology for information analysis and communication continually challenge our way of doing business. Published in  ...  management simulation models.  ...  Wischmeier and Smith's 'Universal Soil Loss Equation' or USLE, 6 a regression equation used for erosion prediction, based on thousands of erosion plot experiments, dates back to the 1950s and is perhaps  ... 
doi:10.1002/ps.682 pmid:12846319 fatcat:ynd2kr5agzd3lcly7ig6rtlnfm

ROUGH MORPHOLOGY HYBRID APPROACH FOR MAMMOGRAPHY IMAGE CLASSIFICATION AND PREDICTION

ABOUL ELLA HASSANIEN, AJITH ABRAHAM
2008 International Journal of Computational Intelligence and Applications  
The objective of this research is to illustrate how rough sets can be successfully integrated with mathematical morphology and provide a more effective hybrid approach to resolve medical imaging problems  ...  Then, features are extracted characterizing the underlying texture of the regions of interest by using the gray-level co-occurrence matrix.  ...  These stages have been added to provide a framework for the automatic analysis of the mammogram images, which is then evaluated using a prediagnosed image database.  ... 
doi:10.1142/s1469026808002181 fatcat:rvy7ha7i55apffm3lsovtiv5wy

iCOASST – INTEGRATING COASTAL SEDIMENT SYSTEMS

Robert J. Nicholls, Andy Bradbury, Helene Burningham, Justin Dix, Michael Ellis, Jon French, Jim W. Hall, Harshinie U. Karunarathna, Jonathan Lawn, Shunqi Pan, Dominic E. Reeve, Benedict Rogers (+6 others)
2012 Coastal Engineering Proceedings  
The iCOASST Project will use these components to develop and apply an integrated systems modelling framework for mesoscale coastal simulation as explained in this paper.  ...  However, relevant components for mesoscale coastal simulation are emerging, including: (1) new methods for system-level analysis of coast, estuary and offshore landform behaviour, which include engineering  ...  System maps provide a repository for quantitative sediment budget analyses and a framework for applying predictive numerical models.  ... 
doi:10.9753/icce.v33.sediment.100 fatcat:2eckwrlerjbp3j7vgjx2bvzmla

Topographic outcomes predicted by stream erosion models: Sensitivity analysis and intermodel comparison

G. E. Tucker, K. X. Whipple
2002 Journal of Geophysical Research  
Whipple, Topographic outcomes predicted by stream erosion models: Sensitivity analysis and intermodel comparison,  ...  Relief and valley density are found to vary with tectonic forcing in a manner that reflects erosion physics; these properties therefore constitute an additional set of testable predictions.  ...  We thank Peter Talling for sharing data on the Enza River that appears in Table 1 and A. Allen and D. Sansom for drafting assistance.  ... 
doi:10.1029/2001jb000162 fatcat:gieqp3phdzcjtntkx4jljgrgby

A novel hybrid mechanistic-data-driven model identification framework using NSGA-II

Soroosh Sharifi, Arash Massoudieh
2012 Journal of Hydroinformatics  
As an illustration, the framework is used for modeling wash-off and build-up of suspended solids (TSS) in highway runoff.  ...  This paper describes a novel evolutionary data-driven model (DDM) identification framework using the NSGA-II multi-objective genetic algorithm.  ...  engine of a hybrid model identification framework.  ... 
doi:10.2166/hydro.2012.026 fatcat:g55papxpwvhs5k5fwucvayain4

A Swarm Intelligence based Chaotic Morphological Approach for Software Development Cost Estimation

Saurabh Bilgaiyan, Kunwar Aditya, Samaresh Mishra, Madhabananda Das
2018 International Journal of Intelligent Systems and Applications  
The proposed approach focuses on a mathematical morphological (MM) framework based hybrid artificial neuron (also called dilation-erosion perceptron or DEP) with algebraic foundations in complete lattice  ...  The standardized process of software development was further evolved to predict the overall cost required for the development before the software is actually built.  ...  For solving the SDCE problem, this model uses a combination of dilation and erosion operators from MM.  ... 
doi:10.5815/ijisa.2018.09.02 fatcat:kqex5m3ykzdrbgl2ki4x3hd4cy

Modeling of multilayer cohesive bank erosion with a coupled bank stability and mobile-bed model

Yong G. Lai, Robert E. Thomas, Yavuz Ozeren, Andrew Simon, Blair P. Greimann, Kuowei Wu
2015 Geomorphology  
Recently, one-dimensional and two-dimensional flow and 19 mobile-bed numerical models have become useful tools for predicting morphological responses 20 to stream modifications.  ...  The developed model is shown to be robust and easy to apply; it may be used 32 as a practical tool to predict bank erosion caused by fluvial and geotechnical processes. 33 Keywords: bank erosion; 2D mobile-bed  ...  process-based bank stability model within a recently developed two-dimensional mobile-bed 23 model to predict bank retreat.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2014.07.017 fatcat:5akcxnmicbffddzbd3ir2ja2sm

Machine Learning in Dam Water Research: An Overview of Applications and Approaches

Farashazillah Yahya
2020 International Journal of Advanced Trends in Computer Science and Engineering  
For example, a preventive maintenance for replacing water assets according to the prediction from the ML model.  ...  Nowadays, most water asset management systems collect and process data for data analysis and decision-making.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The authors would like to thank all the reviewers for their valuable feedback that contribute to the insights of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.30534/ijatcse/2020/56922020 fatcat:axnx7euckndk5il3lqyo3dtckq

Modeling and Simulation of Tsunami Impact: A Short Review of Recent Advances and Future Challenges

Simone Marras, Kyle T. Mandli
2020 Geosciences  
For reasons identified in this review, exa-scale computing efforts will impact the on-shore, highly turbulent régime to a higher degree than the 2D shallow water equations used to model tsunami propagation  ...  Moreover, from the perspective of a future comprehensive multi-scale modeling infrastructure to simulate a full tsunami, we underline the current challenges associated with this approach and review the  ...  Proper fine-grained modeling is important for studying erosion.  ... 
doi:10.3390/geosciences11010005 fatcat:k2pd33ibbrcnjkgywpzulths44

Hybrid Rockets With Nozzle In Ultra-High-Temperature Ceramic Composites

D. Di Martino Giuseppe, Mungiguerra Stefano, Cecere Anselmo, Savino Raffaele, Vinci Antonio, Zoli Luca, Sciti Diletta
2018 Zenodo  
In the framework of the Horizon 2020 project C3HARME, an experimental campaign has been carried out to characterize a new class of Ultra-High-Temperature Ceramic Matrix Composites (UHTCMC) for near-zero  ...  erosion rocket nozzles.  ...  Silvio Genna (CIRTIBS Research Center) for technical support in realizing the microscopic pictures of the samples.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1473368 fatcat:7dbbj6kjp5cqnb3n3c6pfzmh6a

Modeling a Two-Stage High-Power Anode Layer Thruster and its Plume

Michael Keidar, Yongjun Choi, Iain D. Boyd
2007 Journal of Propulsion and Power  
A model of a two-stage thruster with anode layer is developed based on a two-dimensional hydrodynamic approach.  ...  The erosion profiles and the total erosion rate generally agree well with available experimental data. Plasma flow analysis provides the boundary conditions for the plume expansion study.  ...  The authors thank A. Yalin for providing sputtering coefficients used in these simulations and C. Marrese-Reading, A. Sengupta, M. Cappelli, and A. Semenkin for valuable discussions.  ... 
doi:10.2514/1.22185 fatcat:keiqitiebfbzjgsfy6ctbfk474
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