Lesson Learning Objectives
The effective analyst must have a working base of knowledge before starting analysis. When dealing with a new and unfamiliar subject, the uncritical and relatively non-selective accumulation and review of geospatial information is a necessary first step. This grounding in the problem is a process of absorbing geospatial information, not analyzing it. Grounding can also be viewed as a problem reduction effort where a problem is decomposed into a set of subproblems.
The objectives for this lesson are:
- Ground yourself in the problem by Identifying the key knowledge of the domain.
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