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Managament Information Systems 2000 GIS and Remote Sensing

Edited By: CA Brebbia and P Pascolo
Publisher: WIT Press
Managament Information Systems 2000
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  • Managament Information Systems 2000 ISBN: 9781853128158 Hardback Dec 2000 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Identifying state-of-the-art developments and monitoring progress in various fields of application, this volume features contributions from the Second International Conference on Management Information Systems incorporating GIS and remote sensing. The papers presented describe solutions designed to increase quality and come from researchers in academia and industry, land use planners, technology network managers and others concerned with the study of problems and applications in this area. Data acquisition facilities, database features and human interface capabilities are among the topics discussed.


Section 1: Environmental Management - Environmental objectives and indicators in spatial planning and SEA; The generation of 3D VRML urban area models from GIS for planning information systems; Environmental management in cellular and PCS phones: A Saudi Telecom-Assir study; A GIS application for environmental management in the semi-arid ecosystem of Serra da Capivara National Park, Piaui, Northeast Brazil; Application of data collecting system and evaluation as a contribution to the solution of environmental management problems in the Czech Republic; GIS based fire protection management for fire risk zones; A biological management system (BioDAT/BioIMS) for the storage, review and analysis of SINC and habitat surveys;The natural offer of the landscape and the demand for tourism: a spatial analysis of visitors' preferences; An advanced set of tools for the information management of natural hazards; A new model for EEZ surveillance and management in Portugal; Management information system for Cairo cleansing and beautifying agency; Environmental pollution management. Section 2: Economic Development Management - GIS modeling for urban growth in a vineyard region; A GIS system for integrated management of Mexican coastal zones; Economy modelling in especially protected areas. Section 3: Applications of GIS - GIS in pavement and transport management; GIS supported management information systems in road administration domain; GIS in quantitative geographical analysis; Partitioning Mahalanobis D2 to sharpen GIS classification; Digital management system of ship power station; Utilisation of data created in control and administration in psychical planning. Section 4: Modelling Issues - A procedure to define the optimal grid size for the exhaustive extraction of hydrologic watershed drainage features from a digitalelevation model using a raster geographic information system; Spatial modelling of water soil erosion using GIS-based data; A comparative study of selection measures on decision tree structures; Endmember extraction from hyperspectral images using self-organizing neural network. Section 5: MIS in Training and Education - GisTool: An integrated environment for GIS data management; The role of World Wide Web in management information systems curriculum: redesigning of MIS. Section 6: The World Wide Web - Information systems security in the age of electronic commerce; An integrated system for retrieving on-line legal information, organizing and managing a personal documentation. Section 7: Applications of MIS - Application of digital gauging system for ROPS test; Strategies in computer intensive analysis of vascular plant floristics with application to three US Atlantic coastal sites; Object oriented database for a GIS. Section 8: Remote Sensing - Automated accuracy estimates for DEM derived from LiDAR-based DSM; Land use mapping and geographic information analysis of the Genil-Cordobilla sub-basin (Mediterranean area) of Spain from thematic mapper satellite imagery; Remote sensing and GIS based geological mapping for assessment of landslide hazard in Southern Kyrgyzstan (Central Asia); Use of remote sensing data for generating a digital terrain model aimed at hydrologic and hydraulic modelling; Classification trees for improving the accuracy of land use urban data from remotely-sensed images; Environmental restoration of a surface mining area. The application of remote sensing and GIS in a management information system Section 9: Integrated Modelling and Management - GIS and policy management for regional planning; a case study in Sardinia, Italy; Development of spatiotemporal waste load allocation (WLA) protocols for regulatory water quality planning and management; An oceanographic and meteorological metadatabase for the Southern Gulf of Mexico; Evolutionary algorithms for finding hierarchical program modules allocations in management information systems; SIGBIRIZ, a tool for regional water management in the Senegal River delta and lower valley; Integrated ship data logger. Section 10: Hydro-Informatics and Geo-Informatics - Dissolved oxygen depletion analysis and visualisation in Ise Bay, Japan, using a GIS approach; Development of an M.I.S. for the prevention of hurricane damage on the Mexican Coast; Quality control for the basic Mexican climatological database; A groundwater information system for Recife metropolitan region.

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Edited By: CA Brebbia and P Pascolo
Publisher: WIT Press
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