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    Title: an integrated computer environment for modeling and analysis of spatio-temporal biological processes
    Other Titles: 一個時空生物統計程序的整合分析計算環境
    Authors: Cheng-Yu Lee;Bryan K. Epperson
    Contributors: Asia University;Michigan State University
    Keywords: space-time autoregressive moving average model;STARMA;integrated environment;IEAST
    Date: 2007-12-20
    Issue Date: 2010-01-12 16:23:19 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 亞洲大學資訊學院;中華電腦學會
    Abstract: The integrated statistical computing environment, IEAST (Integrated Environment for Analyzing STARMA models), was designed for analyzing and modeling the stochastic processes based on general Space-Time AutoRegressive Moving Average (STARMA) models in two-dimensional gridded space. This system was developed on RedHat Linux 9.0 using the GNU OCTAVE v2.1.40 as the development language. Because of source code compatibility, IEAST can be easily run under Windows/Unix/MacOS operating system. Besides menu-driven selection, a programming environment is also provided for flexibility and automation. This is the first software for space-time ARMA modeling.
    Relation: 2007NCS全國計算機會議 12-20~21
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