Remote Sensing for Environmental Monitoring. Complex Modeling
In this paper the concept of integrated modeling and simulation of the processes of the Complex Technical–Organizational System (CTOS) is presented. Practical directions of the remote sensing for environmental monitoring of the protected area are proposed by the authors. Methodical basis of the integrated modeling and simulation, the process of CTOS operation, and the technology of the remote sensing for environmental monitoring are considered. Results of CTOS remote sensing are shown to adapt models to a changing environment.
KeywordsComplex technical organizational system Structure dynamic control Parametric and structural adaptation of models Remote sensing for environmental monitoring Decision support systems
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