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Geographic inf system
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  1. GEOGRAPHICINFORMATION SYSTEM R.APURVA RAO 07X91A0508 B-TECH IV CSE
  2.  A technology › hardware & software tools An information handling strategy The objective: to improve overall decision making 2
  3. “A system for capturing, storing,checking, integrating, manipulating,analysing and displaying data whichare spatially referenced to the Earth.This is normally considered toinvolve a spatially referencedcomputer database and appropriateapplications software” 3
  4. WHY IS GIS UNIQUE? GIS handles SPATIAL information  Information referenced by its location in space GIS makes connections between activities based on spatial proximity
  5.  London cholera epidemic 1854 Soho + Cholera death Water pump 5
  6. GIS: historical backgroundThis technology has developed from:  Digital cartography and CAD  Data Base Management Systems ID X,Y ID ATTRIB 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 CAD System Data Base Management System 6
  7. Spatial data GIS GIS data manipulation and analysisComputer hardware / software tools 7
  8. What makes data spatial? Grid co-ordinate PlacenameLatitude / Longitude Postcode Description Distance & bearing 8
  9.  Location  Description: Kingston University,PenrhynRoad Centre  Post Code: KT1 2EE  Grid Reference: 518106.72 168530.37  Latitude/Longitude: 0° 21’ 55.38”W, 49° 36’ 17.62”N 9
  10. CHARACTERISTICS OF SPATIALDATA Geometry  The shape of a building or county  The course of a river, the route of a road  The shape of the landscape, relief 10
  11. Characteristics of spatial data  Topology Connected to Within Adjacent to North of . . . Within the Royal Borough of Kingston-upon-Thames Opposite the Surrey County Council building North of Surbiton station Adjacent to Penrhyn Road 11
  12. Spatial Data: examples Socio-economic data ◦ Regional health data ◦ Consumer / lifestyle profiles ◦ Geodemographics Environmental data ◦ Topographic data ◦ Thematic data, soils, geology 12
  13. Data Modelling - step 1 • Features – Buildings – Road centrelines – Lamp columns – Gas pipes – CTV Access covers – Road surfaces 13
  14. PointLinePolygon 14
  15. Feature : BuildingObject: PolygonEntity: Tourist Information Bureau 15
  16. Name : NextAddress: 5 Market PlaceTown: KingstonOwner: Ms J ShoreTel. No: 0181 547 1245Floor space 1300 sq m 16
  17. 7,10 5,9 10 Vector model 9,8 4,7 polygon as geometric objects: points, lines, polygon 1,6 8,6 6,6 5 2,5 line 5,4 point 2,2 4,1 5 10 as image files composed of grid-cells Raster model (pixels) 17
  18.  important in determining the potential applications of the system model may also affect the type of analysis work that can be achieved hybrid approach to storing graphical and attribute information Attribute information often stored within standard relational database Graphical information is stored in a proprietary file system  optimised tools for data handling  although non-standard proprietary system will be difficult to integrate with other systems, it will tend to be very efficient at handling large graphics files.
  19.  advantage of the vector data format: allows precise representation of points, boundaries, and linear features. ◦ useful for analysis tasks that require accurate positioning, ◦ for defining spatial relationship (ie the connectivity and adjacency) between coverage features (topology), important for such purposes as network analysis (for example to find an optimal path between two nodes in a complex transport network) main disadvantage of vector data is that the boundaries of the resulting map polygons are discrete (enclosed by well- defined boundary lines), whereas in reality the map polygons may represent continuous gradation or gradual change, as in soil maps.
  20.  good for representing indistinct boundaries ◦ thematic information on soil types, soil moisture, vegetation, ground temperatures as reconnaissance satellites and aerial surveys use raster- based scanners, the information (ie scanned images) can be directly incorporated into GIS the higher the grid resolution, the larger the data file is going to be
  21. y 1 1 20 50 1 2 24 45 1 3 52 55 2 1 0 45 46 x 40 ... 000000020 000001000 020010000 000020000 2 2 2 0 1 ... 21
  22. THE BENEFITS OF GIS INCLUDE: Better information management Higher quality analysis Ability to carry out “what if?” scenarios Improve project efficiency 22
  23. GIS Applications 23 Facilities management Marketing and retailing Environmental Transport/vehicle routing Health Insurance and many more . . .
  24.  "Lascaux Cave". French Ministry of Culture. Retrieved on 2008-02-13. Curtis, Gregory. The Cave Painters: Probing the Mysteries of the Worlds First Artists. NY, USA: Knopf. ISBN 1- 4000-4348-4. Dr David Whitehouse. "Ice Age star map discovered". BBC. Retrieved on 2007-06-09. WWW.WIKIPEDIA.COM WWW.GOOGLE.COM

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