NEW in None as Issued jacket. BRAND NEW COPY. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology and its relationships with traditional map processing. Resource in environmental planning. Anthology of columns published 1989-1993, GIS magazine. 35 chapters in 10 parts: Topic 1, Maps as Data & Data Structure Implications; 2, Measuring Effective Distant & Connectivity; 3, Roving Windows: Assement of Neighborhood Characteristics; 4, What GIS Is & Isn't: Spatial Data Mapping, Management, Modeling & More; 5, Assessing Variability, Shape & Pattern of Map Features; 6, Overlaying Maps & Characteristics; 7, Overlaying Maps & Summarizing the Results; 8, Scoping GIS: What to Consider; 9, Slope, Distance & Connectivity: Their Algorithms; and 10, Cartographis & Spatial Modeling, followed by Epilogue, and Appendix: A Tutorial Map Analysis Package.
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