Data Mining in Decision Support for Bioenergy Production

Data Mining in Decision Support for Bioenergy Production

Nasser Ayoub (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan & Helwan University, Egypt) and Yuji Naka (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61520-605-6.ch015
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Abstract

Deliberate exploitation of natural resources and excessive use of environmentally abhorrent materials have resulted in environmental disruptions threatening the life support systems. A human centric approach of development has already damaged nature to a large extent. This has attracted the attention of environmental specialists and policy makers. It has also led to discussions at various national and international conventions. The objective of protecting natural resources cannot be achieved without the involvement of professionals from multidisciplinary areas. This chapter recommends a model for the creation of knowledge-based systems for natural resources management. Further, it describes making use of unique capabilities of remote sensing satellites for conserving natural resources and managing natural disasters. It is exclusively for the people who are not familiar with the technology and who are given the task of framing policies.

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