Environmental Systems Engineering explains how to use new computerized tools to tackle problems in systems engineering.
This book covers: expert systems, fuzzy logic, networks, process dynamics, control and statistical approaches to systems analysis. Computer simulation, mathematical models, and newer methods that apply artificial intelligence and neural networks to environmental problems are emphasized.
Each book topic is supported by an interactive web site featuring computer graphics, teaching games and navigational aids. Topics are developed through the use of computer exercises using practical problems as examples.
|Process Dynamics||p. 35|
|Computer Models||p. 83|
|Hydraulic Networks||p. 109|
|Neural Networks||p. 121|
|Expert Systems||p. 139|
|Fuzzy Logic||p. 155|
|Statistical Approaches||p. 173|
|Running DOS Programs||p. 193|
|Introduction to a Spreadsheet||p. 197|
|MATLAB Pipe Network Program||p. 201|
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Number Of Pages: 209
Published: 31st October 1997
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5 x 1.42
Weight (kg): 1.1