Advanced data structure and geographic information systems.

D. Peuquet

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Abstract

The current state of the art in specified areas of GIS technology is examined. Study of the question of very large, efficient, heterogeneous spatial databases is required in order to explore the potential application of remotely sensed data for studying the long term habitability of the Earth. Research includes a review of spatial data structures and storage, development of operations required by GIS, and preparation of a testbed system to compare Vaster data structure with NASA's Topological Raster Structure.- from STAR, 22(21), 1984

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationActivities of the Remote Sensing Information Sciences Research Group
EditorsJ.E. Estes
PublisherCalifornia University, Santa Barbara, Remote Sensing Information Sciences Research Group
StatePublished - Dec 1 1984

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GIS
raster
spatial data
geographic information system
state of the art

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)
  • Environmental Science(all)

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Peuquet, D. (1984). Advanced data structure and geographic information systems. In J. E. Estes (Ed.), Activities of the Remote Sensing Information Sciences Research Group California University, Santa Barbara, Remote Sensing Information Sciences Research Group.
Peuquet, D. / Advanced data structure and geographic information systems. Activities of the Remote Sensing Information Sciences Research Group. editor / J.E. Estes. California University, Santa Barbara, Remote Sensing Information Sciences Research Group, 1984.
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