By Andreas Vassilopoulos, Niki Evelpidou, Oliver Bender, Alenka Krek
The focal major goal of the ebook is to represent a significant linkage between learn difficulties, geoinformation tools and corresponding purposes. The learn objectives, similar either to theoretical and sensible concerns, derive from multidisciplinary fields reminiscent of archaeology, background, geography, panorama making plans, atmosphere, geoinformation technology, geology and geomorphology. all of the aforementioned medical parts have the spatial size in universal, i.e. the enormous volume of spatially referenced information. Their examine matters will be addressed and analysed with geoinformation expertise; although, the researchers may still get established to the diversity of accessible geoinformation tools. The ebook offers description of quite a few learn difficulties concerns and technological ‘solutions’approaches that may be used to aid procedures of information taking pictures, mapping and research. those recommendations and ideas are illustrated on a number of sensible examples. besides particular examples, the place those were utilized. the present constitution of the publication comprises the subsequent 4 chapters: advent, info taking pictures and mapping, research and modelling, and learn situations. within the following we offer a extra certain content material of every bankruptcy directory the most issues incorporated in the chosen articles.
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They are discussed below and present an open-ended list which can be extended with new topics as they appear to be relevant in the moment of investigation. 1 Questions of representation Questions of representation deal with the elements of the geocultural landscape, their structure and representation in a GIS involve issues such as: which elements are necessary for the geocultural landscape analysis; how should the selected elements or objects be presented and stored in a computer-based environment; which are the most appropriate inputs the researcher should use for the selected methodology; which criteria are to use in order to select the most appropriate representation of the geocultural landscape elements and their correlations?