Innovations in GIS 2 (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Cloth)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
272
Utgivningsdatum
1995-05-01
Förlag
Taylor & F.
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780748402687
Innovations in GIS 2 (inbunden)

Innovations in GIS 2

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This text provides an examination of up-to-date research in the field of geographical information systems GIS. Derived from presentations made to the second GIS Research UK Conference, it focuses on: database issues; spatial analysis;
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The role of triangulation in spatial data handling; A topological structure for the holistic generalisation of large scale cartographic data; A deductive database model for GIS; A deductive model of complex areal objects; Morphological and spatialabstraction as a framework for the segmentation and interpretation of multi-class thematic maps; Describing and managing data quality for categorical maps in GIS; A method for describing quantitatively the information, redundancy, and error in digitalspatial data; Using neurocomputing methods to classify Britain's residential areas; The causes and effects of manual digitising on error creation in data input to GIS; Building an exploratory multi criteria modelling environment for spatial decisionsupport; The integration of three land classifications within a Decision Support System for land use planning; Analysis of a retail branch network:: A problem of catchment areas; The map beyond geographical information systems; Putting time on the map:Dynamic displays in data visualization and GIS; Generic multimedia facilities in geographic information systems; GIS Visualisation tools for qualitative spatial information; Categorisation of Landscape; Improvement of volcanic hazard assessment techniquesusing GIS: A case study of Mt Etna, Sicily; Using GIS to assist in earthquake prediction; A GIS approach to modelling small area variations in air pollution within a complex urban environment.