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Author: Paul M. Mather
ISBN13: 978-0471940609
Title: Geographical Information Handling-Research and Applications
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Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (March 8, 1994)
Pages: 356

Geographical Information Handling-Research and Applications by Paul M. Mather

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Paul M. Mather of University of Nottingham, Nottingham (Notts). It also provides students with a solid foundation in remote sensing data classification methods.

ERIC GRUNSKY In summary, this is generally a well-written book, Geological Survey Branch covering important topics that are necessary for the Ministry of Energy Mines and Petroleum Resources geoscience student. ISBN 0417940607, f3. 0. As Mather rightly notes, the environmental applications in this section could have been placed equally in the preceding section.

Includes bibliographical references and index. Personal Name: Mather, Paul M. Rubrics: Geographic information systerms. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.

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Emeritus Professor of Geographical Information Science, University of Nottingham. Remote sensing GIS pattern recognition classification image processing. The role of feature selection in artificial neural network applications. T Kavzoglu, PM Mather. International Journal of Remote Sensing 23 (15), 2919-2937, 2002.

Shadrack Kiana Murimi was born on 12th December, 1961 in Nyeri District, Kenya. Shadrack is a lecturer in the Department of Geography, Kenyatta University, Kenya.

Remotely-sensed images of the Earth's surface provide a valuable source of information about the geographical distribution and properties of natural and cultural features.

Geographical Information Handling — Research and Applications Edited by Paul M. Mather University of Nottingham, UK Geographical Information Handling — Research and Applications presents the results of the ESRC/NERC Joint Programme on Geographical Information Handling. The book provides an excellent summary of the ‘state-of-the-art’ in GIS research, as well as providing examples of applications of GIS in economic, social and environmental areas. The contents fall into three sections: Basic Research; Environmental Applications of GIS; and Economic and Planning Applications of GIS. Research issues include computer architectures, generalization effects, error diffusion, data structures, database design, GPS, and the human—computer interface. Case studies show how information on land cover/land use change, ecological and hydrological modelling, and geomorphological analysis of digital elevation models can be used within an environmental GIS, while economic and planning applications include aspects of natural hazard assessment, rural planning, property management, regional planning, and local authority use of GIS. The authors are all leading researchers in GIS, and introductory contributions are provided by the Chairmen of NERC and ESRC, the Chief Executive of Ordnance Survey and the Managing Director of LaserScan Limited. This book represents a significant statement of GIS research and applications, and will be of value to a wide range of researchers and users of GIS.