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Advances in Spatial Data Handling :  Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling - Dianne Richardson

Advances in Spatial Data Handling

Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling

By: Dianne Richardson (Editor), Peter van Oosterom (Editor)

Hardcover Published: August 2002
ISBN: 9783540438021
Number Of Pages: 562

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This book is a compendium of peer reviewed papers resulting from the International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling (SDH), held in Ottawa, Canada, July 9-12, 2002. It presents a selection of papers that demonstrate a maturing in geographical information science (GISc). Of the many challenges under the general topic of spatial data handling, a number of key areas provide the focus for this book. They tackle issues such as database design and architecture, interoperability, integration, fusion, spatial reasoning, visualisation and web-based mapping, among a number of other aspects.

A Decision Tree for Multi-Layered Spatial Datap. 1
Computational and Visual Support for Geographical Knowledge Construction: Filling in the Gaps Between Exploration and Explanationp. 11
Polygonization of Point Clusters through Cluster Boundary Extraction for Geographical Data Miningp. 27
The Impact of Filtering on Spatial Continuous Queriesp. 41
An Object Model for Geologic Map Informationp. 55
Indexing and Browsing Digital Maps with Intelligent Thumbnailsp. 69
Modelling and Manipulating Multiple Representations of Spatial Datap. 81
Terrain Modelling Based on Contours and Slopesp. 95
Siting Observers on Terrainp. 109
An Agent-Based Framework for Polygonal Subdivision Generalisationp. 121
Template Matching in Support of Generalisation of Rural Buildingsp. 137
Minimising Positional Errors in Line Simplification Using Adaptive Tolerance Valuesp. 153
A New Merging Process for Data Integration Based on the Discrete Frechet Distancep. 167
Above-Ground Biomass Estimation of Successional and Mature Forests Using TM Images in the Amazon Basinp. 183
Grid Computing for Real Time Distributed Collaborative Geoprocessingp. 197
The Balance Between Geometry and Topologyp. 209
STOQL: An ODMG-Based Spatio-Temporal Object Model and Query Languagep. 225
A Semantics for Version Queries in GIS Databasesp. 239
A Differential Spatio-temporal Model: Primitives and Operatorsp. 255
A QTM-based Algorithm for Generation of the Voronoi Diagram on a Spherep. 269
The Dimensional Model: A Framework to Distinguish Spatial Relationshipsp. 285
A Quantitative Description of Spatial Configurationsp. 299
Implementing Topological Predicates for Complex Regionsp. 313
Route Specifications with a Linear Dual Graphp. 329
Projecting a Regular Grid onto a Sphere or Ellipsoidp. 339
Creating Spatial Information: Commissioning the UK Land Cover Map 2000p. 351
A Methodology for Updating Geographic Databases Using Map Versionsp. 363
Revealing Uncertainty in Maps of Glacial Lake Algonquinp. 377
Spatio-Temporal Methods to Reduce Data Uncertainty in Restricted Movement on a Road Networkp. 391
Quantifying Uncertainty of Digital Elevation Models Derived from Topographic Mapsp. 403
Detecting Building Alignments for Generalisation Purposesp. 419
Temporal GIS and Statistical Modelling of Personal Lifelinesp. 433
Urban Simulation Using Neural Networks and Cellular Automata for Land Use Planningp. 451
Creation of the Anamorphoses-Based 3D-Pyramidal Block-Diagramsp. 465
Schematic Networks: An Algorithm and its Implementationp. 475
Developing Lightweight, Data-Driven Exploratory Geo-visualisation Tools for the Webp. 487
GAP-Tree Extensions Based on Skeletonsp. 501
Improving Automated Generalisation for On-Demand Web Mapping by Multiscale Databasesp. 515
Map Samples to Help GI Users Specify their Needsp. 533
Representation of Map Objects with Semi-Structured Data Modelsp. 547
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ISBN: 9783540438021
ISBN-10: 3540438025
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 562
Published: August 2002
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 1.02

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