GEOG 808 - GeocomputationCredits: 3
Explores the application of computationally-intensive approaches to the study of complex spatio-temporal problems. Students will learn to simulate, model, analyze, and visualize geographic phenomena that do not lend themselves to other mathematical and statistical methods.
Enrolling students are strongly encouraged to have a strong background in GIS (e.g. GEOG 508 and GEOG 708) and familiarity with traditional statistical methods.
Prerequisite: Graduate standing.
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