publication . Article . 1987

Impact of changing computer technology on hydrologic and water resource modeling

Daniel P. Loucks; Kurt Fedra;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Mar 1987
  • Publisher: American Geophysical Union (AGU)
  • Country: Austria
Abstract
The increasing availability of substantial computer power at relatively low costs and the increasing ease of using computer graphics, of communicating with other computers and data bases, and of programming using high-level problem-oriented computer languages, is providing new opportunities and challenges for those developing and using hydrologic and water resources models. This paper reviews some of the progress made towards the development and application of computer support systems designed to aid those involved in analyzing hydrologic data and in operating, managing, or planning water resource facilities. Such systems of hardware and software are being desig...
Subjects
free text keywords: Geophysics, Interactive Learning, Turnkey, Water resources, Computer graphics, Computer technology, Technical training, Software, business.industry, business, Heuristic, Software engineering, Geology
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publication . Article . 1987

Impact of changing computer technology on hydrologic and water resource modeling

Daniel P. Loucks; Kurt Fedra;