Spatio-Temporal Data Mining for Climate Data : Advances , Challenges , and Opportunities

@inproceedings{Faghmous2013SpatioTemporalDM,
  title={Spatio-Temporal Data Mining for Climate Data : Advances , Challenges , and Opportunities},
  author={James H. Faghmous and V. Abhinau Kumar},
  year={2013}
}
Our planet is experiencing simultaneous changes in global population, urbanization, and climate. These changes, along with the rapid growth of climate data and increasing popularity of data mining techniques may lead to the conclusion that the time is ripe for data mining to spur major innovations in climate science. However, climate data bring forth unique challenges that are unfamiliar to the traditional data mining literature, and unless they are addressed, data mining will not have the same… CONTINUE READING
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