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- CRC Press
- Worboys, Michael F.
- 40 line drawings 15 tables 10 b&w photographs
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Foundations of Geographic Information Science
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'A well-crafted, authoritative volume with a coherent structure ... This volume is a useful review of GI science ten years from Goodchild's (1992) seminal paper ... The authors have posed challenging questions.' - Environment and Planning B, 2005
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Matt Duckham is a visiting researcher at the National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, University of Maine, USA. He completed his PhD in spatial data quality at the University of Glasgow, UK, at the end of 1999, and worked for two years as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Keele, UK. He is currently co-authoring, with Michael Worboys, the second edition of the text book Geographic Information Systems: A Computing Perspective.
Geographic Information Science. The Nature and Value of Geographic Information. Communicating Geographic Information in Context. Pragmatic Information Content. Representational Commitment in Maps. Granularity in Change over Time. A Theory of Granular Partitions. On the Ontological Status of Geographical Boundaries. Regions in Geography. Neighborhoods and Landmarks. Geographical Terminology Servers. Placing Cultural Events and Documents. Geographic Activity Models.