Abstract: This paper describes the spatiotemporal epistematics knowledge synthesis and graphical user interface (SEKSGUI) framework and its application in medical geography problems. Based on sound theoretical reasoning, the interactive software library of SEKSGUI explores heterogeneous (spatially non-homogeneous and temporally non-stationary) health attribute distributions (disease incidence, mortality, human exposure, epidemic propagation etc.); expresses the health systems dependence structure using (ordinary and generalized) spatiotemporal covariance models; synthesizes core knowledge bases, empirical evidence and multi-sourced system uncertainty; and generates a meaningful picture of the real-world system using spacetime dependent probability functions and associated maps of health attributes. The implementation stages of the SEKSGUI library are described in considerable detail using appropriate screens. The wide applicability of SEKSGUI is demonstrated by reviewing a selection of real-world case studies.
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RiSE-group was invited to the workshop "The Role of Cities In Creating Improved Economic Opportunities" in the UN-Habitat Governing Council... here are some pictures of the event, Link
The student of the Master in Economics from the University EAFIT, Oswaldo Zapata, was one of the awarded students by the Government of Antioquia
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