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Beyond Mapping: Concepts, Algorithms, and Issues in GIS

By: JK Berry
246 pages, Figs
Beyond Mapping: Concepts, Algorithms, and Issues in GIS
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  • Beyond Mapping: Concepts, Algorithms, and Issues in GIS ISBN: 9780470236765 Paperback Sep 1996 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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This is a collection of Joseph Berry's columns published in GIS World from 1989 to 1993. Topics include: maps as data and data structure implications; roving windows; what GIS is and isn't; and scoping GIS.

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Maps as Data and Data Structure Implications. Measuring Effective Distance and Connectivity. Roving Windows: Assessment of Neighborhood Characteristics. What GIS Is and Isn't: Spatial Data Mapping, Management, Modeling, and More. Assessing Variability, Shape, and Pattern of Map Features. Overlaying Maps and Characterizing Error Propagation. Overlaying Maps and Summarizing the Results. Scoping GIS: What to Consider. Slope, Distance, and Connectivity: Their Algorithms. Cartographic and Spatial Modeling. Epilog. Appendices. Glossary. Index.

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By: JK Berry
246 pages, Figs
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