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Cognitive disorders can be associated with brain trauma, neurodegenerative disease or as a part of physiological aging. Aging in humans is generally associated with deterioration of cognitive performance and, in particular, learning and memory. Different therapeutic approaches are available to treat cognitive impairment during physiological aging and(More)
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) have been widely used for spatial data manipulation for hydrologic model operations and as a supporting tool to develop spatial decision support systems (SDSS). Information technologies, including GIS and the Internet, have provided opportunities to overcome many of the limitations of computer-based models in terms of(More)
Decision support systems (DSS) have been developed for several areas of watershed and water resource management, but the complexity and focus on specific design tasks of many DSS has limited their applicability. The long-term hydrological impact assessment (L-THIA) web application, a DSS based on an integration of web-based programs, geographic information(More)
We examine the challenge of coupling applications to real-time data sources in a Grid environment. Such problems are important to the emerging field of Grid-based emergency planning and crisis response, in which real-time data sources must be coupled to modeling applications to provide timely forecasting to emergency planners and responders. In this paper(More)
Flash memory is increasingly being used in a wide range of storage applications because of its low power consumption, low access latency, small form factor, and high shock resistance. However, the current platforms for flash memory software development do not meet the ever-increasing requirements of flash memory applications. This paper presents three(More)
Keywords: Integrated tourism management Centrality Network analysis Spatial interaction Korea a b s t r a c t The aim of this study is to identify and classify villages according to their spatial centralities, considering rural amenity resources, for integrated tourism management. Rural tourism is an important means of regional economic development because(More)
Since predicted changes in climate will modify temperature and rainfall patterns, there are concerns about the potential impacts of these changes on agricultural drought and agricultural water resources management. An agricultural drought is influenced by several factors such as rainfall, soil characteristics, crops, and reservoir water supply and may be(More)