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Re-presenting GIS

Re-presenting GIS

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Published by Wiley in Chichester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geographic information systems.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by David Unwin.
    ContributionsUnwin, David J. 1943-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination224 p.
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22515516M
    ISBN 100470848472

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Re-presenting GIS is aimed at: advanced students (undergraduate and postgraduate) taking courses in GIS academic researchers in GI Science and Computer Science with interests in the modelling of spatial information and practitioners involved with GIS who need an accessible guide to current thinking in GI Science : Hardcover.

The need for GIS to be Re-presented to the wider world in an accessible form is grounded in the problem, both within the discipline and the wider world, that GIS may be seen as an unproblematic encapsulation of Geography, and that researchers developing or using GIS may not be aware of the distinction.

This book is intended to give such a Representation, dwelling primarily on representation Price: $ Re-presenting GIS is aimed at: advanced students (undergraduate and postgraduate) taking courses in GIS academic researchers in GI Science and Computer Science with interests in the modelling of spatial information and practitioners involved with GIS who need an accessible guide to current thinking in GI Science research.

Re-presenting GIS ()(en)(s) Peter Fisher 'Geographical information Re-presenting GIS book is not merely a technical subject but also poses theoretical questions on the nature of geographic representation and whether there exist limits on the ability of GI systems to deal with certain objects and issues.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: Re-presenting geographical information systems / Peter Fisher and David Unwin --Not just objects / Ola Ahlquuist [and others] --Social dimensions of object definition in GIS / Nadine Schuurman --The linguistic trading zones of semantic interoperability / Francis Harvey --GIS.

Re-presenting GIS in the third in a series of edited volumes, stretching back tothat share a common format and approach.

Visualization in Geographical Information. Re‐Presenting GIS ‐ Edited by Peter Fisher and David J Unwin Re‐Presenting GIS ‐ Edited by Peter Fisher and David J Unwin Brown, Krystyna Re‐Presenting GIS.

Edited by Peter Fisher and David J Unwin Chichester: John Wiley and Sons,pp £60 ISBN 1 0 The editors, Peter Fisher and David Unwin have put together a series of papers. Re-Presenting GIS By Peter Fisher 'Geographical information science' is not merely a technical subject but also poses theoretical questions on the nature of geographic representation and whether there exist limits on the ability of GI systems to deal with certain objects and issues.

The need for GIS to be Re -presented to the wider world in an accessible form is grounded in the problem, both within the discipline and the wider world, that GIS may be seen as an unproblematic.

A GIS Primer on how to illustrate spatial data and information generated through national forest inventories FREE Remote Sensing and GIS Integration: Theories, Methods, and Applications: Theory, Methods, and Applications. Re-presenting GIS is aimed at: advanced students (undergraduate and postgraduate) taking courses in GIS academic researchers in GI Science and Computer Science with interests in the modelling of spatial information and practitioners involved with GIS who need an accessible guide to current thinking in GI Science cturer: Wiley.

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This book presents the debate surrounding technical GIS and theory of representation from an 'inside' GIS perspective. Chapters are authored by leading researchers from a range of fields including geographers, planners, ecologists and computer scientists from Europe and North America.

Peter Fisher is the editor of Re-Presenting GIS, published by Wiley. David J. Unwin, MPhil, formerly Professor of Geography at Birkbeck College in the University of London, UK, is currently Director of Learning Programmes at UKeUniversities Worldw More about Peter Fisher.

Re-presenting GIS; Contents; List of Contributors; Preface; 1 Re-presenting Geographical Information Systems; 2 Not Just Objects: Reconstructing Objects; 3 Social Dimensions of Object Definition in GIS; 4 The Linguistic Trading Zones of Semantic Interoperability; 5 GIS, Worldmaking and Natural Language; 6 Land Use and Land Cover: Contradiction.

Contemporary Metaphysics: An Introduction References to this book. Re-presenting GIS Peter F. Fisher, David John Unwin Snippet view - Meaning, Use, and Truth: Introducing the Philosophy of Language Finn Collin, Finn Guldmann No preview available - All Book Search results » About the author () Michael Jubien is.

Books about GIS A to Z GIS: An Illustrated Dictionary of Geographic Information Systems by Shelly Sommer; Advanced Spatial Analysis: The CASA Book of GIS by Michael Batty; Advances in Geoinformatics: VIII Brazilian Symposium on Geoinformatics by Clodoveu A.

Davis Jr. Advances in Mobile Mapping Technology (ISPRS) by Vincent Tao Advances in Remote Sensing and. conference in a edited book Re-presenting GIS which included contributions from Francis Harvey, Nadine Schuurman, Michael Batty, and Joanne Sharp among others.

Between andcritical GIS as a subdiscipline splintered as the scholarly topics and possibilities generated from the second era each demanded their own rigorous development.

Re-presenting GIS. John Wiley & Sons Google Scholar Flint C, Shelley F () Structure, agency, and context: the contributions of geography to world-systems : Ola Ahlqvist, Swaroop Joshi, Rohan Benkar, Kiril Vatev, Rajiv Ramnath, Andrew Heckler, Neelam Sounda.

In: Fisher PF, Unwin DJ (eds) Re-presenting GIS. Wiley, Chich-ester, pp – Google Scholar Buhl J, Gautrais J, Reeves N, Solé RV, Valverde S, Kuntz P, Theraulaz G () Topological patterns in street networks of self-organized urban settlements.

Tomlinson, R.F. () Thinking About GIS: Geographic Information System Planning for Managers, ESRI. Tang, W.

& J. Selwood () Connecting Our World: GIS Web Services, ESRI. United Nations () Handbook on Geographic Information Systems and Digital Mapping, UN.Re-Presenting GIS Peter Fisher 'Geographical information science' is not merely a technical subject but also poses theoretical questions on the nature of geographic representation and whether there exist limits on the ability of GI systems to deal with certain objects and issues.man, was a recognition that ‗GIS is a permanent feature in the geography landscape‘ and ‗technology is always and irrevocably a social process.‘11 Subsequently, there has been a demand for implementing other forms of representation and geography within GIS.

Michael Batty formulates this eloquently in the book Re-Presenting GIS.