The design and implementation of computer-based geographic information systems. Proceedings of a US/Australia workshop, Honolulu, 1982.

D. Peuquet, J. O'Callaghan

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An edited volume of papers on computer-based Geographic Information Systems. Key themes are the display of cartographic data, managing very large data bases, decision support systems and applications areas. The papers are abstracted separately. -M.Blakemore

Original languageEnglish (US)
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decision support system
geographic information system
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