Data Science Applied to Sustainability Analysis

Data Science Applied to Sustainability Analysis
Author: Jennifer Dunn,Prasanna Balaprakash
Publsiher: Elsevier
Total Pages: 300
Release: 2021-05-01
ISBN 10: 0128179775
ISBN 13: 9780128179772
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Data Science Applied to Sustainability Analysis Book Review:

Data Science Applied to Sustainability Analysis focuses on the methodological considerations associated with applying this tool in analysis techniques such as lifecycle assessment and materials flow analysis. As sustainability analysts need examples of applications of big data techniques that are defensible and practical in sustainability analyses and that yield actionable results that can inform policy development, corporate supply chain management strategy, or non-governmental organization positions, this book helps answer underlying questions. In addition, it addresses the need of data science experts looking for routes to apply their skills and knowledge to domain areas. Presents data sources that are available for application in sustainability analyses, such as market information, environmental monitoring data, social media data and satellite imagery Includes considerations sustainability analysts must evaluate when applying big data Features case studies illustrating the application of data science in sustainability analyses

Computational Intelligent Data Analysis for Sustainable Development

Computational Intelligent Data Analysis for Sustainable Development
Author: Ting Yu,Nitesh Chawla,Simeon Simoff
Publsiher: CRC Press
Total Pages: 440
Release: 2016-04-19
ISBN 10: 1439895953
ISBN 13: 9781439895955
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Computational Intelligent Data Analysis for Sustainable Development Book Review:

Going beyond performing simple analyses, researchers involved in the highly dynamic field of computational intelligent data analysis design algorithms that solve increasingly complex data problems in changing environments, including economic, environmental, and social data. Computational Intelligent Data Analysis for Sustainable Development present

Big Data Science and Analytics for Smart Sustainable Urbanism

Big Data Science and Analytics for Smart Sustainable Urbanism
Author: Simon Elias Bibri
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 337
Release: 2019-06-19
ISBN 10: 9783030173111
ISBN 13: 3030173119
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Big Data Science and Analytics for Smart Sustainable Urbanism Book Review:

We are living at the dawn of what has been termed ‘the fourth paradigm of science,’ a scientific revolution that is marked by both the emergence of big data science and analytics, and by the increasing adoption of the underlying technologies in scientific and scholarly research practices. Everything about science development or knowledge production is fundamentally changing thanks to the ever-increasing deluge of data. This is the primary fuel of the new age, which powerful computational processes or analytics algorithms are using to generate valuable knowledge for enhanced decision-making, and deep insights pertaining to a wide variety of practical uses and applications. This book addresses the complex interplay of the scientific, technological, and social dimensions of the city, and what it entails in terms of the systemic implications for smart sustainable urbanism. In concrete terms, it explores the interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary field of smart sustainable urbanism and the unprecedented paradigmatic shifts and practical advances it is undergoing in light of big data science and analytics. This new era of science and technology embodies an unprecedentedly transformative and constitutive power—manifested not only in the form of revolutionizing science and transforming knowledge, but also in advancing social practices, producing new discourses, catalyzing major shifts, and fostering societal transitions. Of particular relevance, it is instigating a massive change in the way both smart cities and sustainable cities are studied and understood, and in how they are planned, designed, operated, managed, and governed in the face of urbanization. This relates to what has been dubbed data-driven smart sustainable urbanism, an emerging approach based on a computational understanding of city systems and processes that reduces urban life to logical and algorithmic rules and procedures, while also harnessing urban big data to provide a more holistic and integrated view or synoptic intelligence of the city. This is increasingly being directed towards improving, advancing, and maintaining the contribution of both sustainable cities and smart cities to the goals of sustainable development. This timely and multifaceted book is aimed at a broad readership. As such, it will appeal to urban scientists, data scientists, urbanists, planners, engineers, designers, policymakers, philosophers of science, and futurists, as well as all readers interested in an overview of the pivotal role of big data science and analytics in advancing every academic discipline and social practice concerned with data–intensive science and its application, particularly in relation to sustainability.

Big Data Analytics for Sustainable Computing

Big Data Analytics for Sustainable Computing
Author: Haldorai, Anandakumar,Ramu, Arulmurugan
Publsiher: IGI Global
Total Pages: 263
Release: 2019-09-20
ISBN 10: 1522597522
ISBN 13: 9781522597520
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Big Data Analytics for Sustainable Computing Book Review:

Big data consists of data sets that are too large and complex for traditional data processing and data management applications. Therefore, to obtain the valuable information within the data, one must use a variety of innovative analytical methods, such as web analytics, machine learning, and network analytics. As the study of big data becomes more popular, there is an urgent demand for studies on high-level computational intelligence and computing services for analyzing this significant area of information science. Big Data Analytics for Sustainable Computing is a collection of innovative research that focuses on new computing and system development issues in emerging sustainable applications. Featuring coverage on a wide range of topics such as data filtering, knowledge engineering, and cognitive analytics, this publication is ideally designed for data scientists, IT specialists, computer science practitioners, computer engineers, academicians, professionals, and students seeking current research on emerging analytical techniques and data processing software.

Data Analytics Paving the Way to Sustainable Urban Mobility

Data Analytics  Paving the Way to Sustainable Urban Mobility
Author: Eftihia G. Nathanail,Ioannis D. Karakikes
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 868
Release: 2018-12-11
ISBN 10: 3030023052
ISBN 13: 9783030023058
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Data Analytics Paving the Way to Sustainable Urban Mobility Book Review:

This book aims at showing how big data sources and data analytics can play an important role in sustainable mobility. It is especially intended to provide academicians, researchers, practitioners and decision makers with a snapshot of methods that can be effectively used to improve urban mobility. The different chapters, which report on contributions presented at the 4th Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility, held on May 24-25, 2018, in Skiathos Island, Greece, cover different thematic areas, such as social networks and traveler behavior, applications of big data technologies in transportation and analytics, transport infrastructure and traffic management, transportation modeling, vehicle emissions and environmental impacts, public transport and demand responsive systems, intermodal interchanges, smart city logistics systems, data security and associated legal aspects. They show in particular how to apply big data in improving urban mobility, discuss important challenges in developing and implementing analytics methods and provide the reader with an up-to-date review of the most representative research on data management techniques for enabling sustainable urban mobility

Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment for Decision Making

Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment for Decision Making
Author: Jingzheng Ren,Sara Toniolo
Publsiher: Elsevier
Total Pages: 362
Release: 2019-11-19
ISBN 10: 012818356X
ISBN 13: 9780128183564
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment for Decision Making Book Review:

Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment for Decision-Making: Methodologies and Case Studies gives readers a comprehensive introduction to life cycle sustainability assessment (LCSA) methodology for sustainability measurement of industrial systems, proposing an efficiency methodology for stakeholders and decision-makers. Featuring the latest methods and case studies, the book will assist researchers in environmental sciences and energy to develop the best methods for LCA, as well as aiding those practitioners who are responsible for making decisions for promoting sustainable development. The past, current status and future of LCSA, Life Cycle Assessment method (LCA), Life Cycle Costing (LCC), Social Life Cycle Assessment (SLCA), the methodology of LCSA, typical LCSA case studies, limitations of LCSA, and life cycle aggregated sustainability index methods are all covered in this multidisciplinary book. Includes models for assessing sustainability in environmental, energy engineering and economic scenarios Features case studies that help define the advantages and obstacles of real world applications Presents a complete view, from theory to practice, of a life cycle approach by exploring the methods and tools of sustainability assessment, analysis and design of sustainability assessment

Environmental Problem Solving Balancing Science and Politics Using Consensus Building Tools

Environmental Problem Solving  Balancing Science and Politics Using Consensus Building Tools
Author: Lawrence Susskind,Bruno Verdini,Jessica Gordon,Yasmin Zaerpoor
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 250
Release: 2020-10-20
ISBN 10: 1785271326
ISBN 13: 9781785271328
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Environmental Problem Solving Balancing Science and Politics Using Consensus Building Tools Book Review:

'Environmental Problem-Solving' presents short excerpts from carefully selected readings, expert commentaries on those readings, assignments, and the best MIT student responses to the assignments and exam questions with excellent student response. The book presents four main models of environmental policy-making: competing theories of environmental ethics; tools for environmental assessment and environmental decision-making; and techniques for public engagement and group decision-making. The book covers the material presented in the semester-long course required of all students enrolled in MIT's Environmental Policy and Planning Specialization.

Knowledge for Sustainable Development

Knowledge for Sustainable Development
Author: Unesco
Publsiher: Oxford : EOLSS Publishers/UNESCO
Total Pages: 1226
Release: 2002
ISBN 10:
ISBN 13: UOM:39015053026228
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Knowledge for Sustainable Development Book Review:

This three volume set presents a multidisciplinary examination of the global life support systems on which we depend by providing a selection of articles on sustainable development issues written by international experts. Volume 1 focuses on the earth and atmospheric sciences, mathematical, biological and medical sciences, social sciences and humanities, physical sciences, engineering and technology resources. Volume 2 covers chemical sciences, energy science and water engineering, as well as the main issues related to environmental sciences and ecological resources. Volume 3 offers a comprehensive view of food and agricultural engineering resources, the management of human and natural resources, economic and institutional resources, information technology and systems management, as well as a regional overview of sustainable development issues. Each article includes a bibliography, a glossary and a guide to further information available as part of the on-line Encyclopedia version (http://www.eolss.net).

Intelligent IoT Systems in Personalized Health Care

Intelligent IoT Systems in Personalized Health Care
Author: Arun Kumar Sangaiah,Subhas Chandra Mukhopadhyay
Publsiher: Academic Press
Total Pages: 360
Release: 2020-12-01
ISBN 10: 0128232048
ISBN 13: 9780128232040
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Intelligent IoT Systems in Personalized Health Care Book Review:

Intelligent IoT Systems in Personalized Health Care delivers a significant forum for the technical advancement of IoMT learning in parallel computing environments across biomedical engineering diversified domains and its applications. Pursuing an interdisciplinary approach, the book focuses on methods used to identify and acquire valid, potentially useful knowledge sources. The book presents novel, in-depth, fundamental research contributions from a methodological/application perspective to help readers understand the fusion of AI with IoT and its capabilities in solving a diverse range of problems for biomedical engineering and its real-world personalized health care applications. The book is well suited for researchers exploring the significance of IoT based architecture to perform predictive analytics of user activities in sustainable health. Presents novel, in-depth, fundamental research contributions from a methodological/application perspective to help readers understand the fusion of AI with IoT Illustrates state-of-the-art developments in new theories and applications of IoMT techniques as applied to parallel computing environments in biomedical engineering systems Presents concepts and technologies successfully used in the implementation of today's intelligent data-centric IoT systems and Edge-Cloud-Big data

Biorefineries and Chemical Processes

Biorefineries and Chemical Processes
Author: Jhuma Sadhukhan,Kok Siew Ng,Elias Martinez Hernandez
Publsiher: John Wiley & Sons
Total Pages: 680
Release: 2014-08-25
ISBN 10: 1118698169
ISBN 13: 9781118698167
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Biorefineries and Chemical Processes Book Review:

As the range of feedstocks, process technologies and products expand, biorefineries will become increasingly complex manufacturing systems. Biorefineries and Chemical Processes: Design, Integration and Sustainability Analysis presents process modelling and integration, and whole system life cycle analysis tools for the synthesis, design, operation and sustainable development of biorefinery and chemical processes. Topics covered include: Introduction: An introduction to the concept and development of biorefineries. Tools: Included here are the methods for detailed economic and environmental impact analyses; combined economic value and environmental impact analysis; life cycle assessment (LCA); multi-criteria analysis; heat integration and utility system design; mathematical programming based optimization and genetic algorithms. Process synthesis and design: Focuses on modern unit operations and innovative process flowsheets. Discusses thermochemical and biochemical processing of biomass, production of chemicals and polymers from biomass, and processes for carbon dioxide capture. Biorefinery systems: Presents biorefinery process synthesis using whole system analysis. Discusses bio-oil and algae biorefineries, integrated fuel cells and renewables, and heterogeneous catalytic reactors. Companion website: Four case studies, additional exercises and examples are available online, together with three supplementary chapters which address waste and emission minimization, energy storage and control systems, and the optimization and reuse of water. This textbook is designed to bridge a gap between engineering design and sustainability assessment, for advanced students and practicing process designers and engineers.

Digital Technology and Sustainability

Digital Technology and Sustainability
Author: Mike Hazas,Lisa Nathan
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 260
Release: 2017-11-22
ISBN 10: 1315465957
ISBN 13: 9781315465951
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Digital Technology and Sustainability Book Review:

This book brings together diverse voices from across the field of sustainable human computer interaction (SHCI) to discuss what it means for digital technology to support sustainability and how humans and technology can work together optimally for a more sustainable future. Contemporary digital technologies are hailed by tech companies, governments and academics as leading-edge solutions to the challenges of environmental sustainability; smarter homes, more persuasive technologies, and a robust Internet of Things hold the promise for creating a greener world. Yet, deployments of interactive technologies for such purposes often lead to a paradox: they algorithmically "optimize" heating and lighting of houses without regard to the dynamics of daily life in the home; they can collect and display data that allow us to reflect on energy and emissions, yet the same information can cause us to raise our expectations for comfort and convenience; they might allow us to share best practice for sustainable living through social networking and online communities, yet these same systems further our participation in consumerism and contribute to an ever-greater volume of electronic waste.By acknowledging these paradoxes, this book represents a significant critical inquiry into digital technology’s longer-term impact on ideals of sustainability. Written by an interdisciplinary team of contributors this book will be of great interest to students and scholars of human computer interaction and environmental studies.

Smart Sustainable Cities of the Future

Smart Sustainable Cities of the Future
Author: Simon Elias Bibri
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 660
Release: 2018-02-24
ISBN 10: 3319739816
ISBN 13: 9783319739816
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Smart Sustainable Cities of the Future Book Review:

This book is intended to help explore the field of smart sustainable cities in its complexity, heterogeneity, and breadth, the many faces of a topical subject of major importance for the future that encompasses so much of modern urban life in an increasingly computerized and urbanized world. Indeed, sustainable urban development is currently at the center of debate in light of several ICT visions becoming achievable and deployable computing paradigms, and shaping the way cities will evolve in the future and thus tackle complex challenges. This book integrates computer science, data science, complexity science, sustainability science, system thinking, and urban planning and design. As such, it contains innovative computer–based and data–analytic research on smart sustainable cities as complex and dynamic systems. It provides applied theoretical contributions fostering a better understanding of such systems and the synergistic relationships between the underlying physical and informational landscapes. It offers contributions pertaining to the ongoing development of computer–based and data science technologies for the processing, analysis, management, modeling, and simulation of big and context data and the associated applicability to urban systems that will advance different aspects of sustainability. This book seeks to explicitly bring together the smart city and sustainable city endeavors, and to focus on big data analytics and context-aware computing specifically. In doing so, it amalgamates the design concepts and planning principles of sustainable urban forms with the novel applications of ICT of ubiquitous computing to primarily advance sustainability. Its strength lies in combining big data and context–aware technologies and their novel applications for the sheer purpose of harnessing and leveraging the disruptive and synergetic effects of ICT on forms of city planning that are required for future forms of sustainable development. This is because the effects of such technologies reinforce one another as to their efforts for transforming urban life in a sustainable way by integrating data–centric and context–aware solutions for enhancing urban systems and facilitating coordination among urban domains. This timely and comprehensive book is aimed at a wide audience across science, academia industry, and policymaking. It provides the necessary material to inform relevant research communities of the state–of–the–art research and the latest development in the area of smart sustainable urban development, as well as a valuable reference for planners, designers, strategists, and ICT experts who are working towards the development and implementation of smart sustainable cities based on big data analytics and context–aware computing.

Strategy

Strategy
Author: Brad MacKay,Mikko Arevuo,Maureen Meadows,David Mackay
Publsiher: Oxford University Press, USA
Total Pages: 768
Release: 2020-03-13
ISBN 10: 0198779429
ISBN 13: 9780198779421
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Strategy Book Review:

What does strategy mean to a Head of Ethics, Sustainability, and Governance in a globally-leading asset management company in London? How does the Chair of a not-for-profit community interest company, which supports women in Scotland to thrive in business, use learning to shape strategy? How is innovation, digitalization, and disruption viewed by the CEO of a Singaporean fintech start-up? Strategy: Theory, Practice, Implementation represents a new breed of textbook for this discipline. Developed in consultation with lecturers, students, and professionals, the book's research-driven Process-Practice Model of Strategy places implementation at its core, enabling students to develop a crystal clear understanding of how strategy operates in a culture of dynamism, adaptability, and change. The authors' wealth of teaching, research, and practitioner experience shines through in their writing as they strike the perfect balance between clarity and rigour. They expertly cover all the core areas of strategy, using carefully paced, step-by-step guidance to apply theories and models of strategy to a diverse range of examples, making the text the most practical of its kind. Moving beyond the limits of traditional texts, Strategy offers unique Practitioner Insights (and accompanying video interviews) gathered from professionals engaged in a range of strategic roles, across multiple industries and sectors worldwide, to help students grasp the complex reality of strategic management in practice. Strategy: Theory, Practice, Implementation ultimately provides students with a lively, critical, and highly practical approach to thinking, talking, and acting like a strategist. This text will inspire them and fully prepare them for their future career in business. Online resources accompaning the textbook include: For registered adopters: - A test bank - PowerPoint slides - Answers to, or guidance on, the chapter-opening case study questions in the book - A series of 'Boardroom Challenges' for use in group role play exercises / action learning simulations - Teaching notes on using the 'Boardroom Challenges' in class For students: - Video interviews with the practitioners from the Practitioner Insights, and further videos providing advice on how students can enhance their employability. - Research Insights to broaden students' perspectives of academic research and its impact on strategic thinking - Links to articles, cases, chapters, or multimedia resources to support students' further reading - Additional case studies with exercises or discussion questions - Video interviews with the authors in which they discuss key theories and implementation issues - MCQs - Guidance on how to analyse a case study - Flashcard glossary

Environmental Social Science

Environmental Social Science
Author: Emilio F. Moran
Publsiher: John Wiley & Sons
Total Pages: 232
Release: 2011-09-09
ISBN 10: 1444358278
ISBN 13: 9781444358278
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Environmental Social Science Book Review:

Environmental Social Science offers a new synthesis of environmental studies, defining the nature of human-environment interactions and providing the foundation for a new cross-disciplinary enterprise that will make critical theories and research methods accessible across the natural and social sciences. Makes key theories and methods of the social sciences available to biologists and other environmental scientists Explains biological theories and concepts for the social sciences community working on the environment Helps bridge one of the difficult divides in collaborative work in human-environment research Includes much-needed descriptions of how to carry out research that is multinational, multiscale, multitemporal, and multidisciplinary within a complex systems theory context

Quantitative Regional Economic and Environmental Analysis for Sustainability in Korea

Quantitative Regional Economic and Environmental Analysis for Sustainability in Korea
Author: Euijune Kim,Brian H. S. Kim
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 243
Release: 2016-11-04
ISBN 10: 9811003009
ISBN 13: 9789811003004
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Quantitative Regional Economic and Environmental Analysis for Sustainability in Korea Book Review:

This book focuses on the application of newly innovated analytical tools for sustainable development on regional economic and environmental issues in Korea. With a range of case studies, the authors explore a series of theoretical models and empirical methods including spatial CCE Model, multiregional Input-Output and econometric analysis, logit model, contingent valuation method, GIS, sample selection model, machine learning technique, stochastic frontier analysis, and panel analysis. These models and methods are tailored to spatial development issues such as agglomeration, clustering and industrial innovation, human capital and labor market, education and R&D investments and economic resilience for regional economies and unexpected disaster, and natural resources for environmental markets. Quantitative Regional Economic and Environmental Analysis for Sustainability in Korea is of particular interest to policy makers and practitioners, as well as research scholars active in sustainability science.

Analytics

Analytics
Author: Daniel Covington
Publsiher: Lulu.com
Total Pages: 288
Release: 2019-08-13
ISBN 10: 9780359828524
ISBN 13: 0359828523
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Analytics Book Review:

SO MANY PEOPLE DREAM OF BECOMING THEIR OWN BOSS OR SUCCEEDING IN THEIR CHOSEN PROFESSION, AND WITH THE RESOURCES AVAILABLE TODAY, MORE ENTREPRENEURS AND PROFESSIONALS ARE ACHIEVING GREAT SUCCESS! HOWEVER, SUCCESS SHOULD BE DEFINED FOR THE LONG TERM, AND AS OPPORTUNITIES START TO GROW, SO DOES THE COMPETITION. Getting your business up and running or starting on your career path is one thing, but have a sustainable business or career is completely another. Many people make the mistake of making plans but having no follow-through. This is where analytics comes in. DonÕt you wish to have the power to know what your target consumers are thinking? WonÕt you want to have a preview of what future trends to expect in the market you are in? Well, this book is just the one you need. This book will teach you, in simple and easy-to-understand terms, how to take advantage of data from your daily operations and make such data a powerful tool that can influence how well your business does over time.

Earth System Analysis for Sustainability

Earth System Analysis for Sustainability
Author: Dahlem Konferenzen
Publsiher: MIT Press
Total Pages: 454
Release: 2004
ISBN 10: 9780262195133
ISBN 13: 0262195135
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Earth System Analysis for Sustainability Book Review:

This book presents the complete story of the inseparably intertwined evolution of life and matter on earth, focussing on four major topics. It analyzes the driving forces behind global change and uses this knowledge to propose principles for global stewardship.

Big Data Research for Social Sciences and Social Impact

Big Data Research for Social Sciences and Social Impact
Author: Miltiadis D. Lytras,Anna Visvizi,Kwok Tai Chui
Publsiher: MDPI
Total Pages: 416
Release: 2020-03-19
ISBN 10: 3039282204
ISBN 13: 9783039282203
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Big Data Research for Social Sciences and Social Impact Book Review:

A new era of innovation is enabled by the integration of social sciences and information systems research. In this context, the adoption of Big Data and analytics technology brings new insight to the social sciences. It also delivers new, flexible responses to crucial social problems and challenges. We are proud to deliver this edited volume on the social impact of big data research. It is one of the first initiatives worldwide analyzing of the impact of this kind of research on individuals and social issues. The organization of the relevant debate is arranged around three pillars: Section A: Big Data Research for Social Impact: • Big Data and Their Social Impact; • (Smart) Citizens from Data Providers to Decision-Makers; • Towards Sustainable Development of Online Communities; • Sentiment from Online Social Networks; • Big Data for Innovation. Section B. Techniques and Methods for Big Data driven research for Social Sciences and Social Impact: • Opinion Mining on Social Media; • Sentiment Analysis of User Preferences; • Sustainable Urban Communities; • Gender Based Check-In Behavior by Using Social Media Big Data; • Web Data-Mining Techniques; • Semantic Network Analysis of Legacy News Media Perception. Section C. Big Data Research Strategies: • Skill Needs for Early Career Researchers—A Text Mining Approach; • Pattern Recognition through Bibliometric Analysis; • Assessing an Organization’s Readiness to Adopt Big Data; • Machine Learning for Predicting Performance; • Analyzing Online Reviews Using Text Mining; • Context–Problem Network and Quantitative Method of Patent Analysis. Complementary social and technological factors including: • Big Social Networks on Sustainable Economic Development; Business Intelligence.

Smart Grid Analytics for Sustainability and Urbanization

Smart Grid Analytics for Sustainability and Urbanization
Author: Gontar, Zbigniew H.
Publsiher: IGI Global
Total Pages: 306
Release: 2018-06-27
ISBN 10: 1522539972
ISBN 13: 9781522539971
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Smart Grid Analytics for Sustainability and Urbanization Book Review:

Information and communication technologies play an essential role in the effectiveness and efficiency of smart city processes. Recognizing the role of process analysis in energy usage and how it can be enhanced is essential to improving city sustainability. Smart Grid Analytics for Sustainability and Urbanization provides emerging research on the development of information technology and communication systems in smart cities and smart grids. While highlighting topics such as process mining, innovation management, and sustainability optimization, this publication explores technology development and the mobilization of different environments in smart cities. This book is an important resource for graduate students, researchers, academics, engineers, and government officials seeking current research on how process analysis in energy usage is manifested and how it can be enhanced.

Energy and Water Development Appropriations for 1996 Department of Energy fiscal year 1996 budget justifications

Energy and Water Development Appropriations for 1996  Department of Energy fiscal year 1996 budget justifications
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 329
Release: 1995
ISBN 10:
ISBN 13: UCR:31210014044950
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Energy and Water Development Appropriations for 1996 Department of Energy fiscal year 1996 budget justifications Book Review: