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Seminar in Geographical Information Systems

Seminar in Geographical Information Systems

This is the syllabus to a graduate-level course concerned with the study of current trends in geographically oriented information processing systems. The syllabus is organized around daily topics for which additional readings, notes, and web sites are available as supplemental learning materials. Topics covered include theoretical perspectives of GIS, ontology, uncertainty in GIS, spatial analysis, geospatial data mining and knowledge discovery, communication, visualization, generalization, geolibraries, scale, time representation, terrain representation, GIScience, and finally, GIS and Society.

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