7 edition of Geographic objects with indeterminate boundaries found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors, Peter A. Burrough and Andrew U. Frank.|
|Series||GISDATA ;, 2|
|Contributions||Burrough, P. A., Frank, Andrew U., European Science Foundation.|
|LC Classifications||G70.212 .G46 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 345 p. :|
|Number of Pages||345|
|ISBN 10||0748403868, 0748403876|
|LC Control Number||96145334|
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Image objects and geographic objects 93 based on the idea that by shifting the basic units from pixels to image ob- shape (and even crisp boundaries) of the objects of interest, and to the multi-band and multi-scale nature of the images (Schiewe et al. ). keep consistency with the other chapters of this book. E. Lynn Usery is a Senior Scientist of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and Director of the Center of Excellence for Geospatial Information Science (CEGIS). He has worked as a cartographer and geographer for the USGS for more than 28 years and a professor of geography for 17 years with the.
Geographic objects can use the following units of measurement: length unit The unit of the length of a one-dimensional entity, such as a line string. For example, the unit can be kilometers, meters, or miles. area unit The unit of the area of a two-dimensional entity, such as a polygon. For example, the unit can be km², m², and mi². Modelling Spatial Objects with Undetermined Boundaries Using the Realm/ROSE Approach Markus Schneider Geographic Objects with Indeterminate Boundaries, GISDATA Series, vol. 2, Taylor & Francis, chap , Refereed Journal Papers. Algorithms for Moving Objects Databases.
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An Algebraic Model for Spatial Objects with Indeterminate Boundaries \/ Eliseo Clementini and Paolino Di Felice.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description\/a> \" Geographic Objects with Indeterminate Boundaries is written by scientists whose disciplines range from conceptual linguistics through land surveying to geographical.
Current geographical information systems GIS deal almost exclusively with well-defined, static geographical objects ranging from physical landscapes to towns and transport systems.
Such objects, exactly located in space, can easily be handled by modern GIS, yet form only a small proportion of all the possible geographical objects.; This book challenges the assumption that 5/5(2).
This book challenges the assumption that the world is compsed of exactly defined and bounded geographic objects such as land parcels, rivers and countries. ignoring the essential complexity of the world, current GIS do not adequately address problems as diverse as the resolution of crime between national boundaries, or Geographic objects with indeterminate boundaries book interpretation of Cited by: COVID Resources.
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ignoring the essential complexity of the world, current GIS do not adequately address problems as diverse as the resolution of crime between national boundaries, or the interpretation of.
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With Peter A. Burrough he edited a book collecting contributions on "Geographic Objects with Indeterminate Boundaries". Land Tenure. Andrew Frank was involved in a number of international cadastral projects, most importantly a project funded by the U.S.
AID to introduce a cadastre in Ecuador. AdviseesBorn: February 3, (age 71), Berne, Switzerland. Therefore, Geneva lake is a discrete geographic object. The geographic boundaries are defined non thematically or thematically. The national boundaries are defined as the nationality as a theme.
Land use and land cover boundaries are defined thematically. These geographic objects have the phenomena too. and Jonathan Barnes have put an enormous amount of work into presenting the book to the French-speaking world. They deserve our thanks. José Luis Bermudez University of Stirling Peter A.
Burrough and Andrew U. Frank (eds.), Geographic Objects with Indeterminate Boundaries, London and Bristol, PA: Taylor and Francis, XX + pp. Concept of the Corporation was the first study ever of the constitution, structure, and internal dynamics of a major business enterprise.
Basing his work on a two-year analysis of the company done during the closing years of World War II, Drucker looks at the General Motors managerial organization from within.5/5(2). Geographic Objects with Indeterminate Boundaries 1st Edition. Peter A. Burrough, A. Frank Ma Current geographical information systems GIS deal almost exclusively with well-defined, static geographical objects ranging from physical.
"Geographic Objects with Indeterminate Boundaries is written by scientists whose disciplines range from conceptual linguistics through land surveying to geographical information systems, who met in Baden in June at a symposium sponsored by the European Science Foundation's GISDATA Project.
Request PDF | On Jan 1,Eliseo Clementini and others published Objects with Broad Boundaries | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGateAuthor: Eliseo Clementini. Other tests, however, provide preliminary evidence for the existence of important differences in subjects’ categorizations of geographic and non-geographic objects, and suggest further experimental work especially with regard to the role in cognitive categorization of different types of object-boundaries at different by: Modeling vague objects with indeterminate boundaries has drawn much attention in geographic information science.
Because fields and objects are two perspectives in modeling geographic phenomena, this paper investigates the characteristics of vague regions from the perspective of the field/object dichotomy. Based on the assumption that a vague object can be viewed as the Cited by: 1.
For geographic objects, boundaries give rise to important and complex issues—for example pertaining to the oppositions: fiat vs. bona fide, crisp vs. If a mountain is an object, then clearly it is likely that it has indistinct or indeterminate boundaries.
Any ontology of geographic objects will have to deal with boundaries of this sort (Burrough and Frank, ; Burrough, ).
Also, some geographic objects have bona fide or genuine boundaries— ‑ islands would be a good example in most. book Geographic Objects with Indeterminate Boundaries (Burrough and Frank, ), an edited collection of papers on the problem of uncertainty, and its manifestation in vague boundaries.
The issue had long festered in cartography, but as long as boundaries had to be drawn on paper using a pen there had been no alternative to portraying them as. The measure of the executive is the ability to "get the right things done." In this book, Peter Drucker identifies five practices essential to business effectiveness that can, and must, be learned: time management, choosing what to contribute to a particular organization, knowing where and how to mobilize strength for the best effect, setting up the right priorities, /5(23).This book develops, for the first time, a qualitative model for the representation of spatial knowledge based only on locative relations between the objects core of this book is devoted to the study of qualitative inference methods that take into account the rich structure of space.
These methods can be applied to quite a number of areas characterized by uncertain. Objects with broad boundaries are spatial objects, whose crisp boundaries are replaced by an area expressing the boundary’s uncertainty.
There are two main interpretations for broad boundaries: (1) for positional uncertainty, the broad boundary represents the set of all possible positions among which the unknown boundary position is hidden; (2) for “fuzzy” .