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- Encyclopedia Of Civil And Environmental Systems Engineering
The focus of this book is understanding complex large-scale systems and developing tools for their design and operation. Such systems encompass built elements in the broad sense , societal systems , and natural systems. These systems are at the core of Civil and Environmental Engineering of the 21st Century. The understanding of how such systems work requires knowledge about the constitutive laws that govern them, such as traffic flow, fluid mechanics, structural mechanics, and smart networks. It also requires an understanding of the theoretical paradigms that are used to model, control and optimize such systems. These include the theories of computation, control theory, optimization, behavioural economics, sensor networks, statistics, and signal processing. In response to these challenges, the book covers both field knowledge and technical/theoretical tools. The book examines the relationships between the environment, people, processes and technologies, allowing for the holistic management of environmental systems and technologies to achieve sustainable outcomes. Students can developed an understanding of systems thinking and systems engineering, and can evaluate their validity and usefulness in the analysis of complex environmental problems.
AUTOR: Demodov, Dmitriy
EDITORA: Auris Reference
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