What Is Arcgis 9.1
ESRI ArcGIS is a comprehensive, integrated, scalable framework for implementing GIS for a single user or for many users on desktops, in servers, over the Web, and in the field. What is ArcGIS 9.1? provides a valuable introduction to the full ESRI ArcGIS framework and an overview of many important GIS concepts. Whether you are new to or are familiar with ArcGIS software, this book will help you develop a more comprehenseive understanding of GIS technology and the role each ArcGIS component plays in a GIS.
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GIS CONCEPTS AND REQUIREMENTS
The geovisualization view
GIS is inherently a distributed information system 1
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advanced GIS analysis application logic ArcCatalog ArcEditor ArcGIS Desktop ArcGIS Engine ArcGIS Engine Runtime ArcGIS Server ArcGlobe ArcIMS ArcInfo ArcMap ArcObjects ArcPad ArcReader ArcSDE ArcToolbox ArcView ArcWeb Services ArcXML attribute browsers capabilities Cherry Ct client common comprehensive GIS computing custom applications data management data model DBMS DBMSs deploy editing enables enterprise ESRI example feature class focused framework geocoding geodatabase geographic data geographic datasets geographic information geometry geoprocessing tools GIS applications GIS data GIS database GIS datasets GIS functionality GIS logic GIS Portal GIS server GIS software GIS users IBM DB2 implemented includes interactive maps interface Internet Java layers Maplex for ArcGIS Microsoft ModelBuilder multiuser geodatabase number of users objects Oracle perform platform polygon publish query raster relational database schema share spatial data spatial types SQL Server storage stored tables Tablet PC toolbar topologies updates vector Web applications Web services