Application of general unary hypothesis automaton (GUHA) in the study of west nile virus

  • Panyadahundi B
  • Kim E
  • Hanley R
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Abstract

This paper describes-how a technique called General Unary Hypothesis Automaton (GUHA) can be applied to the study of West Nile Virus for its exploratory data analysis. A satellite image of infected area by West Nile Virus is converted into a proper data format and computed by GUHA method. The significant hypotheses that depict the dependencies between the environmental properties of the infected area and the infected species are generated as a result that satisfies given conditions. The hypotheses are evaluated for their accuracy and further applied for the prediction of their distribution.

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  • Data format
  • Environmental property
  • Exploratory d
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  • ISSN: 03341860
  • PUI: 355481036
  • SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-70350339899
  • SGR: 70350339899

Authors

  • Bharath Panyadahundi

  • Eunjin Kim

  • Rodney S Hanley

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