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The heterogeneity, volume and speed of data generation are increasing rapidly. This is further exacerbated by the use of wireless networks, sensors, smartphones and the Internet. ... Such systems are capable of generating a phenomenal amount of information and the need to analyse their behaviour, to detect security anomalies or predict future demands for example, is becoming harder ... Protocol Analysis is used to analyse data from the network and compare it with the model for expected behaviour to detect anomalies. ...doi:10.1109/jiot.2015.2459291 fatcat:gqeuqske65hajfe65vz4sjuvci
COOLR continues to expand as an open platform of landslide inventories with new data from citizen scientists, NASA scientists, and other landslide groups. ... The data is of sufficient accuracy to use in NASA susceptibility and hazard models. ... Thank you to Karen Smale (NASA GSFC/ADNET) and the GSFC Science and Exploration Directorate (SED) for giving us the tools to host landslides.nasa.gov on the SED website. ...doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0218657 pmid:31269035 pmcid:PMC6608936 fatcat:krik66hnifeb7c3ltavcjuyxxm
an improved logistic regression model to predict the soil slide hazard of soil slopes using data from two geographically different regions. ... Downscaling improves the spatial resolution of soil moisture for a better representation of specific local conditions. ... Three windows were used for the study area in western Oregon, while two windows were used for the study area in northern Kentucky. ...doi:10.3390/geosciences8090326 fatcat:ozqpzzfsrbd6rcibrxl5lrmc6q
The timing, it seems, could not have been better, given the shift from science and technology to an appreciation of user needs throughout the process of creating products and services. v Story Source ... Materials obtained from JPSS September Science Seminar titled "A Model for Service Delivery and Decision Support for NOAA" and the NOAA Water Team paper titled "A Model of Service Delivery for the NOAA ... LARGE GROWTH IN SENSOR USAGE The figure below shows the growth in usage of sensor data over time for the NAVGEM system and associated 4D-Var system NAVDAS-AR (note 3D-Var NAVDAS is not shown). ...doi:10.25923/4f80-5x08 fatcat:jmyycae6lfc6xl2vqkqqxflchq
What remains relatively new is the capacity for a networked populace to contribute data, whether it comes from sensors in droughts cxxxiv or geiger counters cxxxv near potential sources of radiation. ... Times' syndication of Olympics data in 2012 is a useful example of an entrepreneurial business model of this sort, lxxxviii as is election data from the Associated Press. lxxxix "Sports in general is ...doi:10.7916/d8kd2955 fatcat:7fakiftmovcf3kfa3hty2ilzbe
The woodcutter kills the tree, but brings us wood-a material of infinite uses: pliable, strong, beautiful in its variety-a material for the craftsman to shape, sand, and join. ... The building is a centre for sustainable forestry in the Outeniqua forest outside Knysna-progressively removing invasive trees, turning them into useful wood products, and replanting with scarce indigenous ... Land-use data from GTI contained a fascinating level of detail, which enabled me to narrow down my site search. ...fatcat:zadolthnuzbcvcdvqy5w2t5xv4