Special Issue "Applications of Information Theory in the Geosciences II"
A special issue of Entropy (ISSN 1099-4300).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (28 February 2019)
Prof. Dr. Benjamin L. Ruddell
School of Informatics, Computing, and Cyber Systems, Northern Arizona University, USA
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Interests: complex systems; information theory; climate and urban microclimate; ecohydrology; water resources; water policy; statistics; engineering ethics; environmental data informatics; engineering education
Information Theory is creating many new applications in broad areas of science, particularly the in the domain of Complex Adaptive Systems. These new applications often blend theoretical developments of Information Theory with innovative applications to complex-systems problems in the geosciences. This Special Issue specifically emphasizes research that addresses geoscience problems using Information Theory approaches, by introducing a novel development of Information Theory for specific applications, and/or by solving a new geoscience problem using the tools of Information Theory. Submissions focused on software tools and datasets, or on topics at the boundaries of Information Theory, the geosciences, and other disciplines are also welcome
Prof. Dr. Benjamin Ruddell
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- Life science
- Complex adaptive systems
- Shannon entropy
- Information theory