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Building Spatial Databases – Theory

Author

Istvan Elek, Zsófia Elek, Nguyen Thai Binh

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Purpose and contents of the module

The purpose of this course is to introduce the theory of GIS technology with open source tools. Open source GIS exists not only on Linux platform, but on Windows too. Both approaches require theoretical knowledge, which is the background of any GIS software. This chapter introduces the principles and basic concept of the modern and open source GIS software to the students.

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Units of the module, knowledge required for the course, necessary equipments

Units

  1. Introduction
  2. Maps and spatial functions
  3. The basis of vector-based data models
  4. The spaghetti model
  5. The network model
  6. Description of topology with relational tables
  7. Polygon topology and its graph representation
  8. Spatial indexing
  9. Description of raster-based data models
  10. Raster-based data structures
  11. Intensity transformation
  12. Principles of digital filtering
  13. Various digital filters
  14. Edge detectors
  15. Non-linear filters
  16. Thresholding
  17. LOD algorithms

Prerequisites of the course

Necessary equipments

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Students are expected to

Minimum level

You are suggested to answer the test below to control your skills. The minimum level is at least 50% right answer

Optimal level

The optimal level is at least 90% right answer.

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Literature of module

Compulsory reading

Optional reading

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Keywords

GIS, geoinformatics

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