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dynamicism and reliability. We will examine existing datasets for uniqueness, similarities and their particular requirements. We will also look at the design of artificial datasets that exhibit ideal versus non-ideal characteristics that will serve as the basis for developing new frameworks and models in anticipation of future environmental datasets. 2. Linkage ā€“ we will examine the relationships within and between environmental datasets through encapsulation, objectification and hooks. We will test the flexibility and resilience of the frameworks of linkages to evolution and perturbations. 3. Information Systems and ...
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