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Home ~ Project Gigalopolis Gigalopolis is the growing urban structure containing billions of people worldwide. Urban settlements and their connectivity will be the dominant driver of global change during the twenty-first century. Intensely impacting land, atmospheric, and hydrologic resources, urban dynamics has now surpassed the regional scale of megalopolis and must now be considered as a continental and global scale phenomenon. Project Gigalopolis extends and refines the SLEUTH urban and land use change model enabling predictions at regional, continental and eventually global scales.
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[Next Section] [Previous Section] [Table of Contents] Full Equations (FEQ) Model for the Solution of the Full,Dynamic Equations of Motion for One-Dimensional Unsteady Flow in Open Channels and Through Control Structures In steady-flow analysis, the equation for conservation of water volume is trivial because the flow is known at all points in the channel unless flow over a side weir is simulated. The algebraic approximations of the conservation of flow momentum or energy are carefully written such that only water-surface elevation values at the ends of the computational element are needed. Consequently, there are two unknowns for each computational element; namely, the elevation of the water surface at each end. 2.2 Review of Steady-Flow Analysis
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Monte Carlo Simulation is a method of evaluating substantive hypotheses and statistical estimators by developing a computer algorithm to simulate a population, drawing multiple samples from this pseudo-population, and evaluating estimates obtained from these samples. Christopher Z. Mooney explains the logic behind Monte Carlo Simulation and demonstrates its uses for social and behavioral research in conducting inference using statistics with only weak mathematical theory, testing null hypotheses under a variety of plausible conditions, assessing the robustness of parametric inference to violations of its assumptions, assessing the quality of inferential methods, and comparing the properties of two or more estimators. In addition, Mooney carefully demonstrates how to prepare computer algorithms using GAUSS code and illustrates these principles using several research examples. SAGE Publications - Table of Contents - Monte Carlo Simulation
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