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DATE

1991

AUTHORS

Andrew U. Frank

ABSTRACT

Spatial access methods and the corresponding data structures are necessary to achieve the expected overall performance of Geographic Information System (GIS) and are currently a prominent topic for research in spatial databases. Their performance is influenced by the properties of spatial data. This paper details the specific properties of spatial data in a Geographic Information system. It concentrates on Geographic Information Systems that store data describing objects with a distinct identity and does exclude image and remote sensing databases from consideration — given that the characteristics of the data are very different. We estimate approximate values for the parameters of some of the properties described. First estimates for the size of GIS data are also given. The results can be used for selection of a spatial access method for a GIS. They are also useful for the optimization of spatial access methods to respond to the specific requirements of a GIS. More... »

PAGES

225-234

Book

TITLE

Advances in Spatial Databases

ISBN

978-3-540-54414-2
978-3-540-47615-3

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/3-540-54414-3_40

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