Advanced Geographic Information Systems (GEOG: 479), Fall 2007

This course is intended to introduce students to basic concepts in the rapidly growing field of GIS and spatial data handling. The course will be held in a lecture format. THIS IS NOT A COURSE THAT TREATS USE OF A PARTICULAR GIS SOFTWARE PRODUCT. The emphasis is on the concepts that underlie the development of GIS software and its intelligent use. The knowledge that you gain in this course will be general and will not be limited to a specific software product that will be revised next year and the year after that.

Homework 2, Due Before the Class of Nov. 26


Lecture Notes - Overview
Lecture Notes - Database
Lecture Notes - Spatial Concepts
Lecture Notes - Models of Geospatial Information
Exercises - 1
Lecture Notes - Representation and Algorithms
Lecture Notes - Review of the First Exam
Lecture Notes - Representation and Algorithms - Continued
Lecture Notes - Data Structure, Access, and Retrieval
Lecture Notes - Architecture and Web GIS
Lecture Notes - Review of the Second Exam

Instructor: Dr. Shaowen Wang


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