[GIS Book/PDF] GIS: a computing perspective
This aims to make the computing principles underlying geographic databases understandable and accessible to current and potential users of such systems. It overviews database system philosophy; describes database concepts eg storage, retrieval, architecture, conceptual modelling, and database querying. It then focuses on the characteristics of GIS, spatial data and spatial databases, concluding with a discussion of current/future research trends.
Author(s): Michael F. Worboys
Publisher: CRC Press, Year: 1995
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