An introduction to the theory of spatial object modelling for GIS

M. Molenaar

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Abstract

This text provides a background view of the object approach, related geometric aspects, the different level of data modelling and the role of geo-information theory. The rest of the book builds upon these concepts describing the applicability of broader aspects such as topology, thematic object classes and class hierarchies, object aggregation and generalization and uncertainty.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherTaylor and Francis
ISBN (Print)9780748407750
Publication statusPublished - 1998

Publication series

NameResearch Monographs in Geographic Information Systems

Keywords

  • geographical information systems
  • models

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    Molenaar, M. (1998). An introduction to the theory of spatial object modelling for GIS. (Research Monographs in Geographic Information Systems). Taylor and Francis.