Exploring Geographic Information Systems

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Wiley, 2002 - Science - 305 pages
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Uses case studies to examine the various applications of each type of geographic information.
* Considers geographic information as a technical problem, an empowering application, a pure science endeavor, an academic pursuit and a social necessity.
* Provides a wide range of examples and applications to help readers understand technical discussions.

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Contents

BASIC BUILDING BLOCKS
1
Convergence of Many Technologies
11
Levels of Measurement
25
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Nick Chrisman, University of Washington

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