Artificial Intelligence and WebGIS for Disaster and Emergency Management
GIS problems are often subject to what is known as curse of dimensionality, which means that the state space grows rapidly when the number of parameters increases. However, the use of intelligent algorithms reduces considerably the size of the state space and helps to quickly find the optimal configurations.
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