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Spatial Databases

With Application to GIS (The Morgan Kaufmann Series in Data Management Systems)

by Philippe Rigaux

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  • 27 Currently reading

Published by Morgan Kaufmann .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Databases & data structures,
  • Geographical information systems (GIS),
  • Earth Sciences - Geography,
  • Database Engineering,
  • Information Systems (Geography),
  • Science,
  • Computers - Data Base Management,
  • Computer Books: General,
  • Geographic information systems,
  • Database Management - General,
  • Information Storage & Retrieval,
  • Computers / Information Storage & Retrieval

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages440
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8606506M
    ISBN 101558605886
    ISBN 109781558605886

    All classes of spatial queries and data are common Computer-Aided Design/Manufacturing Store spatial objects such as surface of airplane fuselage Range queries and spatial join queries are common Multimedia Databases Images, video, text, etc. stored and retrieved by content First converted to feature vector form; high dimensionality. Query Processing in Spatial Databases: /ch Spatial data management has been an active area of intensive research for more than two decades. In order to support spatial objects in a database systemCited by: 4.

    Spatial Databases: An Overview: /ch Spatial databases maintain space information which is appropriate for applications where there is Author: Grace L. Samson, Joan Lu, Mistura M. Usman, Qiang Xu. Spatial data mining shares some of the objectives of ESDA, but is concerned with the development of automated procedures that can be applied to very large spatial databases for the purpose of detecting spatial clusters, spatial outliers and co-location and relationship patterns among different classes of point, line, and polygon (area) objects.

    --GIS and SDBMS --Three Classes of Users for Spatial Databases --An Example of an SDBMS Application --A Stroll through Spatial Databases --Space Taxonomy and Data Models --Query Language --Query Processing --File Organization and Indices --Query Optimization --Data Mining --Spatial Concepts and Data Models --Models of Spatial Information. damentals of spatial databases and describes their basic component, operations and architecture. The study focuses on the data models, quer y Language, query processing, indexes and query optimization.


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Chapter 1: Introduction to Spatial Databases Overview Application domains Compare a SDBMS with a GIS Categories of Users An example of an SDBMS application A Stroll though a spatial database Data Models, Query Language, Query Processing, File Organization and Indices, Query Optimization,File Size: 1MB.

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Databases. Databases are used in all disciplines in which an efficient data handling is needed, especially if those data are large. The data that are used in GIS are usually rather large, and the improvements in data acquisition have caused geographical data to be now more precise and consequently, larger.

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