Modeling Our World: The ESRI Guide to Geodatabase Concepts

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ESRI Press, 2010 - Computers - 297 pages
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Modeling Our World presents a complete survey of the geodatabase information model. Updated to reflect recent changes in ArcGIS software, this book explains how to use geodatabase structural elements to promote best practices for data modeling and powerful geographic analyses; how to use rules and data properties in the geodatabase to ensure spatial and attribute integrity; how to manage your organizations work flow; how to scale geodatabases from small projects up to multiple departments across a large organization.

 

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David Arctur is a product specialist at ESRI and is part of the geodatabase development team. He has written for the "Earth Observation & Mapping Magazine," "IEEE Computer Magazine," and "International Journal of Geographical Information Science," He lives in Austin, Texas. Michael Zeiler is a technical writer and data model specialist at ESRI with experience in diagramming GIS concepts, building data models, and programming. He is the author of "Exploring ArcObjects," "Inside ARC/INFO," and "Modeling Our World," He lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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