BIBLIOGRAFIA ………………………………………..Bibliotecas da UTL
A Biblioteca da FAUTL dispões das seguintes obras relacionadas com Cartografia e SIG
An Introduction to Urban Geographic Information Systems cota G305
de William E. Huxhold
A nuts-and-bolts introduction to geographic information systems (GIS), this book outlines the basic concepts and diverse uses of this technology in a local government environment, Emphasizing the value of integrating data from various sources, the book provides a set of tools for improving the way public services are delivered, resources are managed, and policy decisions are made. Rather than stressing the rapidly changing nature of GIS computer technology, the book concentrates on the concepts upon which this technology is based: information systems design, computer aided mapping, topological data structures, geographic base files, and land records systems. Special features include a chapter describing the enormous effort required to set up and manage a typical GIS project, and an appendix on who is using GIS technology and how it is being used. With fourteen case studies and a comprehensive exercise simulating authentic local government, An Introduction to Urban Geographic Information Systems is essential reading for students of geography, planning, public administration, urban affairs, and civil engineering.
Aplicaciones de la Informatica a la Geografia y Ciencias Sociales cota G315
de F.Rojo / V.Rodríguez / J.Bosque / A.Moreno / Ma.J.Vidal / B.Jiménez / J.A.Cebrián / J.M.Preciados / C.Muguruza
El libro ha sido organizado para ser leído desde la primera a la última página, a manera de manual. No obstante, los detallados índices, especialmente el de términos, permiten su uso como obra de referencia, a la que se acude para estudiar aspectos concretos, independientemente de su relación con otros temas. Se incluye, además, un anexo sobre criterios para la instalación de un laboratorio de Informática para la docencia de la Geografia. Este anexo ha sido concebido, en parte, como una unidad en sí mismo. Así, el lector interesado en ese específico tema puede acudir directamente a él, ahorrándose el trabajo de sintetizar, a partir de una lectura rápida de toda la obra, toda la información allí incluida.
CARTAS E PROJECÇÕES CARTOGRÁFICAS cota G401
de Joaquim Alves Gaspar
“A obra Cartas e Projecções Cartográficas centra-se sobre dois temas principais: as projecções cartográficas e a leitura e interpretação dos mapas. (…) Procurei, na medida do possível, que o formalismo teórico e as ferramentas matemáticas utilizadas no corpo do texto se reduzissem ao mínimo indispensável à compreensão e utilização dos conceitos e processos por parte de pessoas sem conhecimentos de matemática muito profundos. Para anexo, foram remetidas as fórmulas de transformação e as deduções relativas a algumas das projecções cartográficas mais importantes”
CARTOGRAPHIC DESIGN: THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL PERSPECTIVES cota G326
de Cifford H. Wood; C. Peter Keller
“Cartographic Design: Theoretical and Practical Perspectives examines how map design is integrated with modern views of information and graphic communication in both the applies and theoretical senses. (…) Special attention is placed on the opportunities, challenges and the responses cartographers are facing that have been created by the new technologies in the information era. (…) This book makes essencial reading for practicing and academic cartographers, GIS professionals and those who are interested in the logic of mapping design.”
Community Participation and Geographic Information Systems
Systems cota G147
de William J. Craig / Trevor M. Harris / Daniel Weiner
Information technology is significantily afecting society, and often to the disadvantage of low income and marginalized communities. Yet there are many instances in the US and around the world where communities have used this technology advantageously. A good deal of this book reflects on public participation
in GIS concepts, best practices and constraints and opportunities – and in addition it presents detailed case studies and provides models that can be replicated by other communities. There is a focus on the conceptual and practical issues arising from the intersection of GIS with participant communities.
This book is an advancement of the discussions that arose in a Varenius workshop sponsored by the NCGIA (National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis), and based on the “Empowerment, Marginalization and Public Participation Geographic Information Systems” initiative.
COMPLEMENTOS DE TOPOGRAFIA cota G168
de Instituto Geográfico do Exército
O presente livro tem em atenção “as mais recentes teorias e avanços sobre técnicas que interessam à Topografia aplicada bem como numerosos problemas práticos e reais que aparecem no dia a dia do topógrafo e também uma série de programas codificados em FORTRAN e BASIC que são uma preciosa ajuda para quem se quiser tornar auto-suficiente neste campo. Tais programas são apenas uma base despretensiosa que resolvem as questões a que se propõem mas, que podem ser melhorados e modificados, de acordo com as necessidades do leitor”
Database Issues in Geographic Information Systems
Systems cota G399
de Adam, Nabil R. e Gangopadhyay, Aryya
Database Issues in Geographic Information Systems is suitable as a secondary text for a graduate level course on Geographic Information Systems, Database Systems or Cartography, and as a reference for researchers and practitioners and as a reference for researchers and practitioners in industry. The monograph begins with an overview of different application areas and their data and functional requirements. Next, it addresses the following topics in the context of GIS: representation and manipulation of spatial data, data modeling, indexing, and query processing. Future research directions are outlined in each of the above topics. The last chapter discusses issues that are emerging as important areas of technological innovations in GIS.
DICCIONARIO DE CARTOGRAFÍA cota CR13.2.1
coordenado por I. Otero
“La presente obra trata de cubrir el vacío existente en este campo en nuestro idioma ya que si bien existen obras que cubren aspectos sectoriales, no existe hasta el momento un diccionario que recoja los términos correspondientes a las distintas áreas temáticas relacionadas con la cartografía.”
ELEMENTS OF CARTOGRAPHY cota G332
de Ahur H. Robinson; Joel L. Morrison ; Philip C. Muehrcke ; A. Jon Kimerling
“What we have retained from previous editions is the emphasis on the theory and practice of cartography. This book does not focus on one or another aspect of the mapping process. It is not designed to teach you how to use a particular computer platform on mapping software package. Instead, it stresses cartographic principles that span the breath of the discipline and also serves as a reference manual on cartography.”
Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems cota G325
de Michael N. DeMers
My purpose in writing this book is to serve two educational missions, both reflecting the current growth of GIS technology and its intellectual content. The challenge is to provide a conceptual level of understanding of spatial analysis through the implementation of modern GIS software while presenting useful material for technical training. Thus, I have provided, wherever possible, functional links between the technician and the academic. In this way, I help technicians understand that knowledge of fundamental geographic concepts will enhance their ability to perform the day-to-day tasks required of the software. At the same time, I show academics how the tasks they request of technicians are made easier if they can formulate their models with an understanding of the technical limitations of the software and the hardware.
FUNDAMENTOS DE INFORMAÇÃO GEOGRÁFICA cota G158
de João Luís de Matos
“O seu conteúdo reflecte o corpo de conhecimento associado às ciências
de informação geográfica, dividido por várias vertentes, compreendendo
aspectos de modelação geográfica, de análise espacial, de computação
gráfica, de sistemas de informação, de cartografia, de posicionamento e de detecção remota. Aborda entre outros aspectos: Sistemas de Referenciação Geográfica, Modelos Geográficos, Modelos Vectoriais, Modelos Matriciais, Modelos Digitais do Terreno.”
Geographic Information Management in Local Government
de Ian Gilfoyle / Peter Thorpe
examines the factors that are necessary to ensure that real benefits are delivered from the improved availability of geographical information. Written by two practitioners with extensive government experience, this four part book examines supporting technology, the data that fuels it, and the human factors that help or hinder successful GIS implementation. Exploring the history of geographic information management in local government, this volume offers a pragmatic overview of the subject and what local authorities need to do in order to be successful.
Geographic Information Management in Local Government
– Covers the subject from a user’s perspective, focusing on real-world implementations
– Offers nine case studies from a variety of U.K. local government authorities
– Details practical benefits, positive drivers, success factors, and potencial obstacles
– Explores the impact of new technologies on local governments.
Geographical Information and Planning cota G23
de J. Stillwell, S. Geertman e S. Openshaw
This volume seeks to redress the balance by showing how GI of various types is being used in urban, physical, environmental,
socio-economic and business planning contexts at local, regional
and national scales with the assistance of GIS and modelling
methods, and how the uses of GI and GI technologies have evolved over the last decade.
Geographic Information Systems cota G324
de Tor Bernhardsen
Geographic Information Systems: A Management Perspective
de Stan Aronoff
This book provides a concise and practical introduction to the use of GIS technology. General concepts are introduced with examples that show a wide range of applications including agriculture, land use planning, mineral exploration, and municipal information management. Then the components of a GIS are described in the context of practical information requirements. A chapter is devoted to the fundamentals of remote sensing, which has become a major GIS data source.
The procedures and equipment used for data input and output are reviewed, highlighting tradeoffs in the use of competing technologies like scanning and manual digitizing. Data quality, data management, and GIS analysis functions are then presented from the perspective of practical methods that are used to generate information products. Finally, the process of GIS implementation is examined, addressing such organizational issues as needs analysis, system evaluations, the justification for acquiring a GIS, cost-benefit analysis, and the integration of a GIS into an organization’s existing information environment. Political and legal issues in the control of information and the liability for its dissemination often arise in the operation of a GIS. These concerns are clearly addressed with strategies for minimizing the risks to both the producer and user of GIS products. The author’s practical approach provides comprehensive coverage of the diverse procedures and technologies used in a GIS. The book should appeal to professionals and discipline specialists new to GIS as well as experienced users involved in the management of GIS facilities.
Geographic Information Systems: An Introduction cota G354
de Jeffrey Star e John Estes
Geographic Information Systems: An Introduction represents a timely new resource for students and professionals alike. The author’s main objective is to emphasize data integration as a philosophical basis for modern GIS, wherein a geographic information system is the appropriate tool for integrating the technologies used in gathering, analysing, and assessing spatial data. The book begins with an introduction to the vocabulary, history, and essential components of geographic information systems. Following is an exploration of the five important parts of a GIS: data acquisition, pre-processing, database management, analysis and manipulation, and producing the final output. The later chapters introduce practical applications ranging from the design and management of large facilities to research on the global carbon cycle. A final chapter examines future trends and research developments in the field of geographic information systems.
Geographic Information Systems and Mapping cota G329
de Johnson, Pettersson e Fulton
This publication, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Mapping – Practices and Standards, contains selected papers presented at the International Symposium on Mapping and Geographic Information Systems, which was held on 21-22 June 1990 in San Francisco, California.
Geographic Information Systems; Socioeconomical Applications cota G330
de David Martin
This book provides a clear and concise overview of GIS development, theory and techniques, which addresses the needs of the student or professional who must understand and use GIS for the first time. The reader is taken step by step through the collection, input, storage, manipulation and output of data in GIS, with frequent reference to diagrams and examples. Unique in its focus on the socio-economic applications, this book allows the reader to develop a strong position from which to question and judge the validity of contemporary GIS technology and literature.
GIS: A Computing Perspective cota G154
de Michael Worboys / Matt Duckham
Provides an introduction to GIS, along with supporting material on general computing; offers background material on general databases and formalisms for spatial concepts; examines high-level models of geospatial information, representations and algorithms, and structures and access methods; discusses the types of architectures and interfaces nedded for GIS; introduces spatial reasoning, theory and techniques, focusing on reasoning under uncertainty; explores temporal and spatiotemporal information systems.
de Ian Masser, Heather Campbell e Massimo Craglia
As the strategic value of geographic information is being increasingly recognised by many national governments and institutions like the European Comission, the importance of this book is that it provides the first systematic account and evaluation of the diffusion of geographic information handling technologies in one of their main users across Europe. Other important features of this book are that it sets the diffusion of GIS in local government in the broader theoretical context of research on the diffusion of technological innovations, and that it highlights some of the negative as well as positive potential impacts of this diffusion in society.
GIS and Multicriteria Decision Analysis cota G20
de Jacek Malczewski
This book is intended for the GIS and decision analysis community. It is written to serve as the textbook for courses in applied GIS and quantitative analysis. It is tergeted at senior undergraduates and postgraduate students of geography, spatial planning, and applied decision analysis. It will also be suitable for all those studying and working with spatial decision support systems. I assume that the reader has a very limited mathematical background.The emphasis is on GIS-based modeling of spatial multicriteria problems to fit procedures for which computer software is generally available. We do not attempt to detail the algorithms but instead, influence the choice of technique, the formulations of the model, and the interpretation of results. The intention is to introduce the readers to the principles of spatial multicriteria decision analysis and the use of multicriteria decision techniques in GIS environments.
GIS Organisations and People cota G400
de Derek Reeve e James Petch
GIS projects have previously been viewed primarily as technical exercises but it is now evident that the success of GIS projects depends as much upon organisational issues as upon technicalities. GIS projects have socio-organisational contexts which must be taken into account if such projects are to succeed. The book presents an overview of the “human” side of GIS, both individual and organisational.
The Global Positioning System and GIS cota G396
de Michael Kennedy
Michael’s intention in writing was to make it possible for readers working alone or for students in a formal course to learn how to use GPS/GIS “hands on”; to walk from this textbook ready to go into the field and start using Trimble Navigation’s GeoExplorer and ESRI’s ARC/INFO and ArcView software to collect GPS field data and enter it into a GIS for immediate use. Besides providing step-by-step instructions on how to do this, he provides appropriate background information in the form of theoretical discussions of the two technologies and examples of their use. He writes in an easy style, explaining the needed technical and scientific principles as he goes, and assuming little in the way of necessary prior instruction.
Ground Truth: The Social Implications of Geographic Information Systems cota G111
(eds. John Pickles)
Ground Truth: The Social Implications of Geographic Information Systems is, first, a book about the transformation of data handling and mapping capabilities that have emerged in the past two decades, and the impact they have had within the discipline of geography. Second, it is a book about the constellation of ideas, ideologies, and social practices that have emerged with the development of new forms of data handling and spatial representation. Third, it situates GIS as a tool and an approach to geographical information within wider transformations of capitalism in the late 20th century: as a tool to protect disciplinary power and access to funding; as a way of organizing more efficient systems of production; and as a reworking (and rewriting) of cultural codes-the creation of new visual imaginaries, new conceptions of earth, new modalities of commodity and consumer, and new visions of what constitutes market, territory, and empire. Our focus on GIS is thus also a reading (and a writing) of a broader history of the present, implicating issues of critical import to contemporary social transformation and the redefinition of what passes for democracy. The chapters approach these issues through analyses of technical change in specific contexts: in the discipline of geography, in the arena of production, in the use of advertising images, in the commodification of consumers, in the practice of war, and in the governance of territory.
HOW TO LIE WITH MAPS cota G12
de Mark Monmonier
“Originally published to wide acclaim, this lively, cleverly illustrated essay on the use and abuse of maps teaches us how to evaluate maps critically and promotes a healthy skepticism about these easy-to-manipulate models of reality. To show how maps distort, Monmonier introduces basic principles of mapmaking, gives entertaining examples of the misuse of maps in situations from zoning disputes to census reports, and covers all the typical kinds of distortions from deliberate over simplifications to the misleading use of color.”
Information Systems for Urban Planning cota G278
de Robert Laurini
Information Systems for Urban Planning will be of use for both practitioners and students alike, it will be particularly useful for those looking to use and design computer systems for the development of maps and written statements for city planning and public participation.
Information Technology Tools for Natural Disaster Risk Management
- Proceedings of International Symposium – cota G73.A
Innovations on GIS 9 cota G77
David Kidner, Gary Higgs, Sean White
A short introductory chapter on the fundamental principles of GIS is followed by an examination of recent innovative research in the areas of crime applications, planning, urban and rural policy, and the use of GIS to examine various aspects of socio-economic policy.
Socio-Economic Applications of Geographic Information Science is the ninth book in the Innovations in GIS series, based on contributions at the 2001 GIS Research UK conference, which continues to include innovative papers that are at the cutting edge of GIS research in the UK and beyond, and maintains a valued position in the conference calendar.
Introduction to Mathematical Techniques Used in GIS cota G151
de Peter Dale
– Explains to nonmathematicians the fundamentals that support the manipulation and display of geopgraphical information
– Reviews the charecteristics of geographical information
– Details mathematical concepts including plane and spherical trigonometry, differential and integral calculus, curves and surfaces, and basic statistics
– Discusses spatial data transformations including map projections.
INTRODUCTION TO REMOTE SENSING cota G335
de A. P Cracknell ; L. W. B. Hayes
“This new text provides a full and authoritative introduction for scientists needing to know and understand the scope, potential and limitation of remote sensing. The intention is that readers, equipped with a broad background of physical science, will be led to understand and apply remote sensing techniques.”
Life and Motion of Socio-Economic Units cota G177
de Andrew Frank, Jonathan Raper e Jean-Paul Cheylan
This book covers issues ranging from a formal model to differentiated aspects of spatio-temporal data, through a philosophical and fundamental reconsideration of time and space per se, to the development of practical solutions to the problem. It draws on the work of a task force of the GISDATA research network, and is in large part derived from papers presented at one of its meetings. It brings together an interdisciplinary group of scientists in the fields of geography, computing, surveying and philosophy, and presents a definitive sourcebook on temporal GIS as applied to socio-economic units.
Location Theory and Decision Analysis, cota G245
This is the first book to integrate models for facilities siting and land use. Employing state-of-the-art quantitative models and casestudies. Location Theory and Decision Analysis guides the siting of such facilities as transportation terminals, warehouses, nuclear power plants, military bases, landfills, emergency shelters, state parks, and industrial plants.
It is of great value to urban planners,developers, corporations, geographers, government officials, and anyone involved in facility operation and planning who wishes to avoid the costly mistakes that can result from poor locational decisions. Facility consolidation,contraction, expansion and the traffic flow through these facilities are also discussed.
Included as part of the book, a CD-ROM contains self-standing computer programs that run on any PC. This software covers remote-sensing image processing, facility location and land-use models, and sample data sets.
Manual para a Exploração de Sistemas de Informação Geográfica em Portugal cota G300
O documento agora distribuído, elaborado com o objectivo de apoiar o curso teórico-prático sobre Sistemas de Informação Geográfica para técnicos municipais realizado pelo CNIG e pelo CEFA, constitui o Módulo 9 do Manual para a Exploração de Sistemas de Informação Geográfica em Portugal, integrado no Volume V desta publicação. Independentemente do sistema SIG a utilização, o presente curso introdutório visa caracterizar, de modo não exaustivo, as potencialidades e limitações associadas a esta tecnologia.
MANUAL DE LEITURA DE CARTAS cota G195
de Instituto Geográfico do Exército
“Este manual destina-se a servir de guia a todos os que precisem de conhecer, utilizar, ou seja responsáveis por cartas topográficas, fotografias aéreas e documentos afins. Contém ensinamentos muito gerais sobre informações marginais das cartas, quadrículas, escalas, distâncias, relevo, orientação e determinação de direcções, cartas e mapas de relevo, fotografias aéreas, mosaicos fotográficos e foto-mapas. Nele são igualmente focados outros assuntos, tais como navegação terrestre, representação esquemática do terreno, esboços tabelas de unidade de medida e sua conversão. A elaboração de cartas não cabe no seu âmbito. Portanto, a sua principal finalidade é permitir ao utilizador tirar o máximo rendimento de qualquer documento cartográfico, ou afim, de que disponha, para um melhor desempenho das suas actividades.”
MapInfo Professional cota G220
Manual do Programa MapInfo
MAPPING – WAY OF REPRESENTING THE WORLD cota G331
de Daniel Dorling; David Fairbairn
“Mapping: Way of Representing the World presents historical and contemporary evidence of how the human urge to describe, understand and control the world is presented through the medium of maps, together with the individual and environmental constraints on the creator of the map.”
NOÇÕES GERAIS DE GEODESIA cota G191
de Instituto Geográfico do Exército
“No presente livro dá-se um maior realce a um dos ramos basilares da Geodesia designado por Geodesia Geométrica. No Capítulo I fez-se uma revisão de matérias essenciais tais como a Geometria da Esfera e a Geometria Diferencial. No Capítulo II, encontramos também umas noções úteis de Geodesia Física. No Capítulo III, focam-se as modernas aplicações dos satélites na Geodesia que, como se sabe, estão em constante evolução como é o caso do GPS. No Capítulo V, não podíamos deixar de chamar a atenção para o Sistema Geodésico Mundial WGS 84, com o respectivo Sistema de Coordenação, Elipsóide e Geóide associados.”
Principles of Geographic Information Systems cota G333
de Peter A. Burrough e Rachael A. MacDonnell
This classic text now features: Essential theoretical background to concepts used in spatial information handling; Fundamentals of coding spatial data and storing them in electronic databases, including linking data from ground survey and remote sensing; Point sampling and interpolation, geostatistics and digital elevation models; New examples including site location analysis, marketing, route optimising, land degradation, and the distribution of Chernobyl radio nuclides; Special attention for data quality and for the principles and use of fuzzy logic; Analysis of world-wide spatial data provision including the Internet; Summaries and questions for students and teachers; Over 180 illustrations including line drawings, half tones, and a colour section.
REMOTE SENSING AND IMAGE INTERPRETATION cota G334
de Lillesand; Kiefer
“This book provides a a broad, but not superficial, introduction to the subject of remote sensing. It is aimed at synthesizing the subject so that students can understand and apply the appropriate aspects of remote sensing technology to their particular disciplines. We have gone beyond the 2black box” approach, yet we have written a book for upper division students studying earth resources management, not for electronics experts or theoretical mathematicians.”
Remote Sensing and Urban Analysis cota G75
Jean Paul Donnay, Mike J. Barnsley e Paul A. Longley
A wide range of methodologies for the production and analysis of urban remote sensing data are outlined in this book. This includes: information-extraction techniques which can be applied to digital, multispectral images of urban areas, such as improvements to conventional per-pixel image classification algorithms; different methods of image fusion; the application of syntactic and structural pattern recognition analysis; the role of mathematical morphology; and geostatistical approaches to the analysis and interpretation of image texture and spatial patterns. The book then moves on to the identification of urban forms, the delineation of urban agglomerations, and the measurement of urban morphology. The production of surface models from remote sensing and ancillary data to estimate and represent patterns of human population density is also considered.
Remotely Sensed Cities cota G153
de Victor Mesev
REMOTELY SENSED CITIES examines how the world’s urban areas can be located, measured and analysed using information from the latest airbone and satellites remote sensors, including breakthroughs in the use of LIDAR and IKONOS data for precision mapping, and DMSP OLS night-time imagery for establishing global distributions of population and economic activity.
Emphasis is also given to techniques on urban feature extraction using wavelet transforms, and graph-based structural pattern recognition; along with population mapping using zone-based dasymetric models, pixel-based entropy maximisation models and Bayesian classifications. In addition, novel applications include links with geodemographics, crime prevention, and the importance of monitoring urban heat islands of cities in the developing world.
The book is designed for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students, along with research scientists in geo-mapping disciplines, environmental issues and the social sciences.
Sistemas de Informação Geográfica cota G341
de Pedro Leão Neto
Tomando como exemplo a elaboração de um Sistema de Informação Geográfica para o Plano de Salvaguarda de Almeida, esta obra tem como objectivo principal servir como base para o desenvolvimento de Sistemas de Informação Geográfica, explorando as suas funções de análise espacial e inquérito, numa perspectiva de apoio à tomada de decisão na gestão desse espaço urbano. Apresenta, também, uma sistematização da evolução e do estado actual do conhecimento em matéria de Sistemas de Informação Geográfica.
Sistema de Informação Territorial da Região de Lisboa e Vale do Tejo cota G347
O objectivo desta brochura é apresentar resumidamente a iniciativa SITLVT – Sistemas de Informação Territorial da Região de Lisboa e Vale do Tejo. A sua leitura decerto ajudará a compreender o alcance de todo o trabalho envolvido, bem como a utilidade nos dados agora portos ao alcance de todos.
SISTEMAS DE REFERENCIAÇÃO cota G175
de Instituto Geográfico do Exército
Este livro aborda os seguintes pontos: sistemas expeditos de referenciação, generalidades sobre sistemas de referenciação por quadrícula cartográfica, Quadrícula Militar Portuguesa, Quadrícula Militar UTM, sistema de referenciação GEOREF, principais cartas do Instituto Geográfico do Exército, Sistemas de referenciação plana, sistema de referenciação UTM, quadrículas utilizadas nas cartas militares portuguesas.
Spatial Analytical Perspectives on GIS cota G76
Fischer, Scholten and Unwin
Spatial Analytical Perspectives on GIS is the fourth in the GISDATA series, and it has arisen from the view that there is an urgent need to tackle these issues. Its breadth of cover, involving concepts and applications from both the environmental and socio-economic sciences, reflects the many-faceted nature of spatial analysis in GIS. The book is structured in three parts. The first part deals with spatial data analysis in GIS environments which are data rich and are primarily visual. The second focuses on data integration issues ranging from integration through overlay analysis to the integration of spatial models intro GIS. Finally, the third part attempts to shed light on how current work is bringing dynamics into GIS.
Shashi Shekhar, Sanjay Chawla
This inter-disciplinary comprehensive text shows how to manage spatial data in GIS, CAD, and multimedia Systems and their application domains. This book helps readers master various stages of traditional spatial database design and implementation, introducing conceptual models (e.g. pictogram-enhanced ERD), explaining query languages (e.g. OGIS, SQL3), and finally describing efficient implementations usingquery optimization algorithms as well as spatial storage and indexing methods (e.g. R-trees). For students or professionals, this book balances cutting-edge research and practice to provide many firsts.
Spatial Models and GIS cota G15
de A. Stewart Fotheringham e Michael Wegener
This book explores the potential and impact of GIS on spatial modelling. It draws on the work of a task force of the GISDATA research network, and is in large part derived from papers presented at one of its meetings, covering environmental and socio-economic modelling in hydrology, meteorology, landscape ecology, transport, land use planning, demography and economics.
TOPOGRAFIA GERAL cota G63
de João Casaca; João Matos; Miguel Baio
“Trata-se de um trabalho de síntese que, embora de pendente marcadamente teórico, apresenta, essencialmente, resultados com interesse prático. O trabalho desenvolve-se por sete capítulos, onde são abordados temas de grande actualidade como o GPS, a modelação numérica do relevo, a fotogrametria analítica e a detecção remota. A fim de facilitar o estudo e a consolidação de conhecimentos, todos os capítulos se iniciam com uma breve introdução, e incluem: palavras-chave, perguntas de revisão e uma relação bibliográfica.”