Geographic Information Systems and Science / Edition 1by Paul A. Longley, David Rhind, David Maguire, Michael Goodchild
Pub. Date: 06/01/2001
Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
There are many books integrating GIS technologies with disciplines such as remote sensing, cartography, geography, and computer science. This book, written by an authoritative and experienced author team, this book offers peerless coverage of issues related to geographical information science (GISc), GIS management, and real-world applications.
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Table of ContentsForeword.
List of Acronyms.
Systems, Science, and Study.
A Gallery of Applications.
The Nature of Geographic Data.
Generalization, Abstraction, and Metadata.
Geographic Data Modeling.
GIS Data Collection.
Creating and Maintaining Geographic Databases.
Visualization and User Interaction.
Geographic Query and Analysis: From Data to Information.
Advanced Spatial Analysis.
Uncertainty, Error, and Sensitivity.
GIS and Management.
G-business: GIS Assets, Constraints, Risks, and Strategies.
Operational Aspects of GIS.
Success through GIS Partnerships at Local, National, and Global Level.
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