Geographic Information Systems: An Introduction
Background and history; the essential elements of a GIS; an overview; data structures; data acquisition; preprocessing; data management; manipulatioin and analysis; product generation; remote sensing and GIS; practical matters; applications; looking toward the future.
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Background and History
An Overview 4 Data Structures
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