Encyclopedia of Geographic Information Science / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- SAGE Publications
The Encyclopedia of Geographic Information Science covers the essence of this exciting, new, and expanding field in an easily understood but richly detailed style. In addition to contributions from some of the best recognized scholars in GIScience, this volume contains contributions from experts in GIS' supporting disciplines who explore how their disciplinary perspectives are expanded within the context of GISciencewhat changes when consideration of location is added, what complexities in analytical procedures are added when we consider objects in 2, 3 or even 4 dimensions, what can we gain by visualizing our analytical results on a map or 3D display?
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About the Author
Karen Kemp is Professor of the Practice of Spatial Science at the University of Southern California. While she teaches full-time in the on-line Masters in Geographic Information Science and Technology, she lives full time on the Island of Hawaii. Prior to joining USC, Prof. Kemp was Director of the MS GIS Program at the University of Redlands and Executive Director of the Geographic Information Science Center at University of California Berkeley. She earned her Phd from University of California Santa Barbara in 1992.