Encyclopedia of Mathematical Geosciences (inbunden)
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1st ed. 2023
Springer Nature Switzerland AG
Daya Sagar, B. S. (ed.), Agterberg, Frits (ed.), Mckinley, Jennifer (ed.), Cheng, Qiuming (ed.)
344 Illustrations, color; 211 Illustrations, black and white; LI, 1705 p. 555 illus., 344 illus. in
279 x 210 x 215 mm
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Encyclopedia of Mathematical Geosciences

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The Encyclopedia of Mathematical Geosciences is a complete and authoritative reference work. It provides concise explanation on each term that is related to Mathematical Geosciences. Over 300 international scientists, each expert in their specialties, have written around 350 separate articles on different topics of mathematical geosciences including contributions on Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Compositional Data Analysis, Geomathematics, Geostatistics, Geographical Information Science, Mathematical Morphology, Mathematical Petrology, Multifractals, Multiple Point Statistics, Spatial Data Science, Spatial Statistics, and Stochastic Process Modeling. Each topic incorporates cross-referencing to related articles, and also has its own reference list to lead the reader to essential articles within the published literature. The entries are arranged alphabetically, for easy access, and the subject and author indices are comprehensive and extensive.
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B. S. Daya Sagar is Professor of the Systems Science and Informatics Unit (SSIU) at the Indian Statistical Institute, India. Earlier, he worked at the Andhra University College of Engineering, India, Centre for Remote Imaging Sensing and Processing (CRISP), The National University of Singapore, Singapore in various positions during 1992-2001, Multimedia University, Malaysia during 2001-07. In 2011, he received the Georges Matheron Lectureship Award from the International Association for Mathematical Geosciences. His research interests are concerned with several phases of studies on modeling the terrestrial dynamics, terrestrial pattern retrieval, terrestrial pattern analysis, simulation and modeling, reasoning and visualization of terrestrial phenomena and relevant geoscience processes. In addition to having authored and co-authored over 100 research papers in reputed journals, and has authored and/or guest edited 11 books and/or special theme issues for journals including "Mathematical Morphology in Geomorphology and GISci" (CRC Press, 2013) and "Handbook of Mathematical Geosciences: Fifty Years of IAMG" (Springer, 2018). Qiuming Cheng did his Ph.D. in Earth Science under supervision of Dr. Frits Agterberg at the University of Ottawa in 1994. Cheng spent a year at the Geological Survey of Canada as a PDF under the supervision of Dr. Graeme Bonham-Carter, and soon became a faculty member at York University, Toronto, Canada in 1995 with cross appointments in the Department of Earth and Space Science and Engineering and the Department of Geography. He was promoted to associate professor in 1997 and full professor in 2002. He was awarded a Changjiang Scholar Professorship in China by the China Ministry of Education where he has set up and leads the State Key Lab of Geological Processes and Mineral Resources (GPMR) located on both campuses of China University of Geosciences in Beijing and Wuhan. Currently, he holds a Thousand Talent National Special Professorship of China, serving as the founding director of the GPMR lab. Cheng has specialized in mathematical geoscience with research focus on nonlinear mathematical modelling of earth processes and geoinformatics techniques for prediction of mineral resources. He has authored and coauthored more than 300 research articles. He has been awarded several prestigious awards including the Krumbein Medal, the highest award by the International Association for Mathematical Geosciences (IAMG). Cheng was an elected President of the International Association for Mathematical Geosciences (IAMG) during 2012-16. He is the president of International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS) for the period between 2016 and 2020. Cheng is an international leader in the application of nonlinear mathematics and geoinformatics to the analysis, modelling and prediction of a wide range of geological processes and mineral resources quantitative assessment. Chengs primary research interest involvesthe interdisciplinary study of non-linear properties of the Earths systems, as well as quantitative assessment and prediction of natural resources and environmental impacts. His research on fractal density & local singularity analysis theory and geomathematical models have made major impacts in several geoscientific disciplines, including those concerned with ocean ridge heat flow, magmatic flare-up during continent crustal growth and formation of supercontinents, earthquakes, floods, hydrothermal mineralization, and prediction of deeply buried mineral deposits. Jennifer McKinley is a scientist from Northern Ireland, UK. She is currently a Reader at the School of Natural and Built Environment, Queen's University Belfast. As a Chartered Geologist, her research has focused on the application of spatial analysis techniques, including geostatistics, compositional data analysis and Geographical Information Science (GIS), to soil geochemistry, environmental and criminal forensics,


Entries A-Z: Accuracy and Precision;- Additive Logistic Normal Distribution;- Additive Logistic Skew-Normal Distribution;- Agterberg, Frits;- Aitchison, John;- Algebraic Reconstruction Techniques;- Allometric Power Laws;- Argand Diagram;- Artificial Intelligence in the Earth Sciences;- Artificial Neural Network;- Autocorrelation;- Automatic and Programmed Gain Control;- Backprojection Tomography;- Bayess Theorem;- Bayesian Inversion in Geoscience;- Bayesian Maximum Entropy;- Best Linear Unbiased Estimation;- Big Data;- Binary Mathematical Morphology;- Binary Partition Tree;- Bonham-Carter, Graeme;- Bootstrap;- Burrough, Peter Alan;- Cartogram;- Chaos in Geosciences;- Chayes, Felix;- etc;-