On the Way to Component-based 3D/4D Geoinformation Systems: With 106 Figures and 2 Tables (Google eBook)

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Springer Science & Business Media, 2001 - Science - 199 pages
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The ideas for this book were conceived during the last years when I was with GIs groups at the Technical University of Darmstadt (group of Hans Jorg Schek) and at Bonn University (group of din B. Cremers). The results in the book are closely connected with two research projects that have been supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG): the collaborative re search centre (SFB 350) "Interactions between and Modelling of Continental Geosystems" which was set up at Bonn University and the joint project "Interoperable Geoinformation Sys tems (IOGIS)". First and foremost, I am very grateful to Armin B. Cremers for the supervision of my habil itation thesis and the support of the GIs group. In the same way I am indebted to Agemar Siehl for his support during many years of collaborative work and for reading the manuscript from a geological view point at short notice. Without him I would not have arrived at Bonn at all. I thank Rainer Manthey for his valuable hints and Horst Neugebauer for his engagement within the SFB 350. He motivated me to write the English manuscript.
  

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Contents

432 Spatial and Temporal Database Queries
90
433 SpatioTemporal Database Access
94
434 Supporting the Visualization for Large Sets of SpatioTemporal Objects
100
Systems Development from Geodatabase Kernel Systems to ComponentBased 3D4D Geoinformation Systems
105
512 The DASDBS Geokernel
106
5122 Architecture
107
5123 Coupling the DASDBS Geokernel with a Map Construction System
108
513 The Object Management System
109

222 Approaches of Spatial Data Models
15
2222 ObjectBased Models
17
223 Temporal Extension of the FieldBased and the ObjectBased Approach
19
225 Layer Model
21
226 GIS Types
22
2262 RasterBased GIS
23
23 Geodata Management
24
232 Spatial Access Methods
26
2322 Grid Files
30
2323 RTrees
31
233 From the Relational to the ObjectOriented Database Design
32
24 Geodata Analysis
34
242 Visualization of Spatial and Temporal Data
41
Examples of Todays Geoinformation Systems
43
312 SYSTEM 9
48
313 SMALLWORLD GIS
49
32 Research Prototypes
51
322 GeO2
52
323 GODOT
53
324 GeoStore
54
Data Modelling and Management for 3D4D Geoinformation Systems
59
412 Time
60
4132 Metric Properties
61
4133 FieldBased and ObjectBased Modelling
62
414 Differences
64
4211 Generalized Maps
65
4212 aShapes
67
4213 Convex Simplicial Complexes
68
422 Spatial and Temporal Operations
69
4222 Spatial Topological Relationships
71
4223 Temporal Change of the Spatial Topology
75
4224 Change of Geometry Topology and Connected Components for Objects in Time
79
4225 Temporal Topological Relationships
85
4231 Equality of SpatioTemporal Objects
86
43 Management of Spatial and Temporal Objects
88
4312 Checking of the Topology
89
5131 Architecture
110
5133 Database Query Language
111
521 Historical Development
112
523 Data Model
113
524 Spatial Representations
116
525 Spatial Indexes
117
526 Extensible 3D Visualization
121
Balanced Restoration of Structural Basin Evolution
123
54 Realization of Geological Components for a 3D4D Geoinformation System
127
542 Integrity Checking Component
128
543 Database Support for the Interactive Geological Modelling
133
544 Support of Different Examination Areas
138
545 Component for the Management of TimeDependent Geologically Defined Geometries
139
Data and Methods Integration
145
611 Retrieval of Meta Data
146
Spatial Operators for Schema Integration
147
622 A Case Study
149
6222 Integration of the Well Data with 3D Model Data
154
63 Integration of Heterogeneous Spatial Representations
155
632 Spatial Representations Used in Geoscientific 3DTools
156
64 An Example from Geology and Geophysics
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642 Consistent Object Exchange and Data Model Integration
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643 GeologicalGeophysical 3D Object Model
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644 Methods Integration
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Systems Integration
167
72 Approaches for Systems Integration
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73 Coupling Mechanisms
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732 ClientServer Connection via Standard UNIX Technology
171
734 Persistency of CORBA Objects
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74 Implementation of a ComponentBased Geoinformation System
174
742 CORBABased Solution
175
Outlook
181
References
183
Index
199
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Page 188 - Cannes (France), 1981. [Frank 1982] A. Frank. MAPQUERY— Database Query Language for Retrieval of Geometric Data and its Graphical Representation.
Page 186 - Carey, MJ, DeWitt, DJ, Frank, D., Graefe, G., Muralikrishna, M., Richardson, JE, and Shekita, EJ The architecture of the EXODUS extensible DBMS.
Page 185 - Bode T, Breunig M, Cremers AB 1994 First experiences with GeoStore, an information system for geologically defined geometries.
Page 187 - GeO2: why objects in a geographical DBMS? in Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Large Spatial Databases, Singapore, 264-276, 1993.

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