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Innovations in GIS 6

Innovations in GIS 6

Edited by Bruce Gittings

CRC Press – 1999 – 296 pages

Series: Innovations in GIS

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    978-0-7484-0886-3
    September 22nd 1999

Description

Integrating Information with GI Technology examines the components necessary for building infrastructure to support the panoly of Geographic Information (GI) research and services. These include novel approaches to two- and three-dimensional spatial analysis and spatio-temporal modelling. The book establishes the case for the Web as the technological backbone of internet and intranet environments, whilst recognising the importance of efficient implementation and the need for high-performance computing to deliver services and share data in an effective manner.

This book represents a change in the direction of the Innovation series by focusing on the most innovative current research and professionals in the expanding market for GI services should find this an invaluable resource.

Contents

Integrating Information with GI Technology examines the components necessary for building infrastructures to support the panoply of Geographic Information (GI) research and services. These include novel approaches to two- and three-dimensional spatial analysis and spatio-temporal modelling. The book establishes the case for the Web as the technological backbone of internet and intranet environments, whilst recognising the importance of efficient implementation and the need for high-performance computing to deliver services and share data in an effective manner.

This book represents a change in the direction of the Innovation series by focusing on the most innovative current research in the context of a particular theme. Students, researchers and professionals in the expanding market for GI services should find this an invaluable resource.

Name: Innovations in GIS 6: Innovations in GIS 6 (Hardback)CRC Press 
Description: Edited by Bruce Gittings. Integrating Information with GI Technology examines the components necessary for building infrastructure to support the panoly of Geographic Information (GI) research and services. These include novel approaches to two- and three-dimensional spatial...
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