Assignment 3
1. Let
4
5
graph.
v
u
and
v 5
v
2
Student Name: Yue Zhang
Student NO.: 20502643
. Determine
v and
v . Illustrate all four vectors on a
projvvu
perpvvu
v
perpvvu
v
v
projvvu
v
v v=(4)(5)+(5)(-2)=10
u v
v2
v
=(5)(5)+(-2)(-2)=29
=
v= v v
Assignment 2
1.
Student Name: Yue Zhang
Student NO. :20502643
Show that the set A =
x1
2
2
2
x2 x1 x2 x3
x
3
Consider the subset A =
but 2
1
1
1
=
2
2
2
2. Show that the set B =
R2
x1
2
2
2
x2 x1 x2 x3
x
3
A. So A is not a subspace
Assignment 4
Student Name: Yue Zhang
Student ID. : 20502643
1. Linear enhancement:
The linear enhancement displays the overall differences in grey level in the image. It stretches
the minimum and the
maximum values.
Root enhancement:
Decreasing the range
Assignment 6
Student Name: Yue Zhang
Student ID. :20502643
1. Comparisons of projection and images in NEST and raster in PCI.
We can see that the longitude of the image in NEST is increasing from left to right, but it
is decreasing in the image in PCI. As
Assignment 1
Student Name:Yue Zhang
Student NO.: 20502643
1.
When are assignments due?
The assignments are due on every Sunday 11.55pm.
2. What fle formats are acceptable for assignments?
The assignments must be saved as pdf files.
3. Can you work with ot
Assignment 3
Student Name: Yue Zhang
Student ID: 20502643
Question 1
A. List three potential error sources that may occur with geometric correction.
a. The error occurs when operator selects the identical feature occurs on both images. It
may cause RMS er
Assignment 5
Student Name: Yue Zhang
Student ID.:20502643
1. Yes, there are clouds in the image. The cloud shows more reflections in the visible and mid-infrared
rages. So the low value of NDSI index shows the presence of cloud.
2. There is snow or ice in
Assignment 2
Student Name: Yue Zhang
Student ID: 20502643
1. A. True color composite:
B: False color composite :
True color composite: R36 G17 B10
False color composite: R61 G121 B200
2. There are 6 bands in file correspond to blue, 8 bands correspond to
GEOG 2152: Geography of Hazards
Video: Japan Tsunami
1.With respect to plate tectonic processes, describe the specific cause of the earthquake that
caused the Japan tsunami.
-Japan lies at the point where pacific plate touches the Eurasian plate
-The paci
MAT102F - Introduction to Mathematical Proofs - Fall 2012 - UTM
Problem Set D - TO BE SUBMITTED TO YOUR TA
Due:
Thursday, October 11, at the beginning of your tutorial.
This assignment must be submitted to your TA at the beginning of the tutorial on the
MAT102F - Introduction to Mathematical Proofs - Fall 2012 - UTM
Problem Set H - NOT to be submitted.
Quiz #3, to be written on November 9, from 3:15pm to 3:45pm at IB110,
will be based on this Problem Set.
Work on the following exercises:
Chapter 3 (Indu
MAT102F - Introduction to Mathematical Proofs - Fall 2012 - UTM
Problem Set G - TO BE SUBMITTED TO YOUR TA
Due:
Thursday, November 1st, in tutorials.
This assignment must be submitted to your TA at the beginning of the tutorial on the above date.
Markin
MAT102F - Introduction to Mathematical Proofs - Fall 2012 - UTM
Problem Set B - TO BE SUBMITTED TO YOUR TA
Due:
Thursday, September 27, at the beginning of your tutorial.
This assignment must be submitted to your TA at the beginning of the tutorial on th
MAT102F - Introduction to Mathematical Proofs - Fall 2012 - UTM
Problem Set K - NOT to be submitted.
This Problem Set will be discussed during the last tutorial.
Some of the questions on the Final Exam will be based on this Problem Set.
Solve the followin
MAT102F - Introduction to Mathematical Proofs - Fall 2012 - UTM
Problem Set E - NOT to be submitted.
The Term Test, to be written on October 19, from 3:10pm to 4:00pm at IB110,
will be based on Problem Sets A-E.
Work on the following exercises:
From the
MAT102F - Introduction to Mathematical Proofs - Fall 2012 - UTM
Problem Set F - TO BE SUBMITTED TO YOUR TA
Due:
Thursday, October 25, in tutorials.
This assignment must be submitted to your TA at the beginning of the tutorial on the above date.
Marking
MAT102F - Introduction to Mathematical Proofs - Fall 2012 - UTM
Problem Set J - NOT to be submitted.
Quiz #4, to be written on November 23, from 3:15pm to 3:45pm at IB110,
will be based on this Problem Set.
Work on the following exercises:
1. Show that th
MAT102F - Introduction to Mathematical Proofs - Fall 2012 - UTM
Problem Set C - NOT to be submitted.
Quiz #2, to be written on October 5, from 3:15pm to 3:45pm at IB110,
will be based on this Problem Set.
Work on the following exercises:
From the textboo
Part A. Radiation Balance
Question 1. If you measured the following values over a forest at noon, what is the net
radiation?
Answer:
In order to calculate the net radiation, we need to use the equation Q* = Kdown(1-)
+Ldown-Lup, which is incident solar ra
1.0 Introduction
The lab was conducted for completing soil research by different variables of soil
on the University of Waterloo (UW) campus. From the result what we achieve from
both field and lab, we can discuss the how different soil techniques and dif
Assignment 4 Exploring Field Data and Trend Analysis with
ArcGIS
Question 1: Describe the distribution of the data. Include a discussion of why you think the
distribution of elevation values is normally distributed or not. Also include a discussion on wha
1.0 Introduction
The lab was conducted for calculating stream flow by different techniques for the
flow in Laurel Creek near the University of Waterloo campus. Also, stage-discharge
relationship is potential to be discussed in this lab. We tend to finding
Assignment 5 Introduction to Interpolation using ArcGIS
Question 1: Given the default results provided by the Geostatistical wizard, provide
the value and an explanation of what the different components of the seivariogram
represent. These include: the nu
Assignment 2 Point Patter Analysis
Introduction
This report is used to show the result and analysis of Home Depot across Ontario and to
help the company to achieve a better understanding of the current spatial distribution and
situation. All the spatial d
Assignment 1. Spatial Analysis / Modeling Example
It was reported to find how the Pine Siskin traveled in winter in much of
North America and where they came from before the winters. According to the
Project FeederWatch, they marked million of birds with
1.0 Introduction
We start this lab by measuring net radiation, air temperatures and wind speed from
different surfaces: asphalt, grass and water for examining the impotence of proper
equipment installation and use and figure out how these factors affect t
* Remember that this is not the complete assignment. See online assignment and instructions on Learn. *
Exercise sheet for Assignment 2 Questions 6/7
Please read the problem statement in the online version of Assignment2, Question 6. See the Step-by-Step
Lab assignment 3. Introductionto ArcMap, Geographic Co-ordinates and Map Projections
Name: Yue Zhang
ID No.:20502643
1. As for the projection of Mercator, there is no change for the shape of the tissot circles. But the
tissot circles are bigger as they mo