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Geocomputation: A Primer

Edited By: Paul Longley
278 pages, Col plates, b/w plates, illus, figs, tabs
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Going beyond GIS, geocomputation embraces diverse areas of modelling, simulation and data organization in a spatial context. This book covers topics such as high performance computer systems, intelligent processing, visualization, and modelling. It should provide a basis for discussion of emergent computer-based tools and techniques, and their applications to spatial computation.

Contents

ON GEOCOMPUTATION. Foundations (P. Longley). Geocomputation in Context (H. Couclelis). ON DATA AND DOCUMENTATION. Remote Sensing: From Data to Understanding (P. Curran, et al.). Different Data Sources and Diverse Data Structures: Metadata and Other Solutions (M. Goodchild). DIAGNOSTICS AN PATTERN DETECTION. Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis in a Geocomputational Environment (L. Anselin). Building Automated Geographical Analysis and Explanation Machines (S. Openshaw). REAL AND VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENTS. Visualising Different Geofutures (K. Clarke). Modelling Virtual Environments (M. Batty, et al.). SPACE-TIME DYNAMICS. Dynamic Modelling and Geocomputation (P. Burrough). On the Status and Opportunities for Physical Process Modelling in Geomorphology (S. Brooks & M. Anderson). On Complex Geographical Space: Computing Frameworks for Spatial Diffusion Processes (A. Cliff & P. Haggett). Epilogue (B. Macmillan). Indexes.

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Edited By: Paul Longley
278 pages, Col plates, b/w plates, illus, figs, tabs
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