ArcGIS 9: What is ArcGIS 9.1?.

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ESRI, 2005 - Computers - 114 pages
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This book is a useful reference for both new and advanced users of ESRI ArcGIS, a comprehensive, integrated, scaleable framework for implementing GIS for a single user or for many users on desktops, in servers, over the Web, and in the field. ArcGIS 9.0 is an integrated collection of GIS software products for building a complete GIS. It consists of multiple frameworks for deploying GIS and is based upon a common modular component-based library of shared GIS software components, called ArcObjects. What is ArcGIS? discusses the various parts of ArcGIS and the role each part plays in a GIS, as well as takes a close look at what a GIS actually is. Whether you are new to ArcGIS software or are already familiar with it, this book is critical to helping you better understand the various parts of ArcGIS as well as the critical GIS concepts that provide the foundation for ArcGIS.

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Contents

GIS CONCEPTS AND REQUIREMENTS
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The geovisualization view
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GIS is inherently a distributed information system 1
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