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GIS Databases: From Multiscale to MultiRepresentation [chapter]

Stefano Spaccapietra, Christine Parent, Christelle Vangenot
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The concept of multiscale database has become popular in the GIS domain as a way to enforce consistency between representations and reduce the global update load.  ...  This paper investigates the generic issues and solutions to achieve flexible support of multiple representation in a GIS database. C.  ...  The issues we addressed are of great relevance in the GIS world, and directly apply to multi-resolution geographical databases.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44914-0_4 fatcat:j2z3wa272vdvjox2s2cdulqt4e

Multi-Representation: A New Paradigm for Databases? [chapter]

Stefano Spaccapietra, Christelle Vangenot, Christine Parent
2003 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
In order to reconcile diverging requirements from users sharing the same database, research in databases has always looked for ways to support mUltiple representations of the same data.  ...  Views may then be defined to derive ad-hoc representations from the basic representations already defined in the database.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35693-8_9 fatcat:euu2hdposzdujjx3lzabjjpvry

Modeling and Multiple Perceptions [chapter]

Christine Parent, Stefano Spaccapietra, Esteban Zimányi
2017 Encyclopedia of GIS  
Cross-References Computer Environments for GIS and CAD Movement Patterns in Spatio-Temporal Data Cross-References Geospatial Semantic Web, Interoperability Metadata and Interoperability, Geospatial  ...  Pictogrammic Languages Acknowledgements The authors thank Professor Yvan Bédard of the Geomatics Research Center at Laval University and his team for stimulating our thought processes and for contributing to  ...  Multirepresentation databases play a key role in guaranteeing and maintaining the consistency of a database with decentralized control and autonomy of updates from different user categories.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-17885-1_805 fatcat:d4t4ossygvcutpfabqn6f3hjcm

A Seamless Constraint Model of Multi-Scale Representation of Geographical Information

Di Chen, Han Yue, Xinyan Zhu
2015 International Journal of Security and Its Applications  
At present, it has become a hot issue to provide a multi-representation mechanism and build multi-scale spatial databases in the field of GIS.  ...  Meanwhile, an inevitable problem is how to evaluate and preserve the consistency of multi-scale spatial data.  ...  Acknowledgements Authors wish to thank Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 41271401).  ... 
doi:10.14257/ijsia.2015.9.8.36 fatcat:jiy74hd6knhtbd6ma33oacqmxi

MurMur: a research agenda on multiple representations

S. Spaccapietra, C. Vangenot, C. Parent, E. Zimanyi
Proceedings 1999 International Symposium on Database Applications in Non-Traditional Environments (DANTE'99) (Cat. No.PR00496)  
Basically, existing approaches to such versatility rely on the idea that all possible views of a piece of information can be derived from a single ultimate representation.  ...  A specific focus of the project is spatiotemporal information and the support of multi-scale geographic databases, where objects are represented at many different resolution levels.  ...  Mappings shall be bi-directional, as data extracted from the GIS will have to be adjusted to MurMur specifications.  ... 
doi:10.1109/dante.1999.844982 dblp:conf/dante/SpaccapietraVPZ99 fatcat:22ew5twjpjdl5k464chtt3vm3a

A semantic-rich multi-scale information model for topography

Jantien Stoter, Thomas Visser, Peter van Oosterom, Wilko Quak, Nico Bakker
2011 International Journal of Geographical Information Science  
The model is evaluated through a prototype database implementation.  ...  Keeping the data sets consistent, for example by means of automated update propagation, requires formal knowledge on how the different data sets relate to each other.  ...  Jones et al. (1996) propose a conceptual model for a multirepresentation database as a single database that is capable of storing spatial objects with multiple geometries.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13658816.2010.490218 fatcat:cswg3yih6jh6hp6dtm236rruhe

A Data Model for Multi-scale Topographical Data [chapter]

J.E. Stoter, J.M. Morales, R.L.G. Lemmens, B.M. Meijers, P.J.M van Oosterom, C.W. Quak, H.T. Uitermark, L. van den Brink
2008 Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography  
This paper presents a semantically-rich data model for an integrated topographical database, facilitating (semi-)automated generalisation. UML (including OCL) is used to formalise the model.  ...  The model is evaluated by instantiating the model and applying it to test data.  ...  Fig. 5 . 5 Example of using a MultiScale stereotype to model map scale dependent information.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-68566-1_14 fatcat:spwpbbndardwjjtqhexphvlo6y

Generalisation in Practice Within National Mapping Agencies [chapter]

Cécile Duchêne, Blanca Baella, Cynthia A. Brewer, Dirk Burghardt, Barbara P. Buttenfield, Julien Gaffuri, Dominik Käuferle, François Lecordix, Emmanuel Maugeais, Ron Nijhuis, Maria Pla, Marc Post (+7 others)
2014 Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography  
This chapter includes contributions from seven NMAs, illustrating how automated generalisation is used in practice within their partly or fully automated databases and maps production lines, what results  ...  The chapter finishes with a synthesis of recent achievements, as well as future challenges that NMAs have begun to tackle.  ...  They represented the NMAs contributing to Sects. 11.2-11.8 of this chapter, as well as: IGN-Belgium, GST-Denmark (former KMS), NLS-Finland, OSI-Ireland, IGN-Spain.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-00203-3_11 fatcat:3yw2mb5thzelzih64dbfnoojse

Model Generalization and Methods for Effective Query Processing and Visualization in a WebService/Client Architecture [chapter]

Marian de de Vries, Peter van Oosterom
Spatial Data on the Web  
Special thanks to Martijn Meijers for supplying test data and discussing first results of his MSc thesis project.  ...  One approach is to use multiscale/multirepresentation databases that are created in an offline generalization process, and then switch to the appropriate representation for a certain zoom level when the  ...  This approach has a number of advantages over multiscale/multirepresentation databases: there is no geometry redundancy, data consistency is therefore easier to maintain under updates; the structure is  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-69878-4_5 fatcat:wiaa55sslzb3rd2jdcbnovvqay

Spatial ontologies for architectural heritage [article]

FRANCESCA NOARDO
2016
The constraints to data interpretation enable both database interoperability, for data and schemas sharing and reuse, and information retrieval in large datasets.  ...  It is composed by a number of aspects (spatial, topological, and mereological relations; accuracy; multiscale representation; time; etc.).  ...  Nevertheless, GIS enables all the procedures for data retrieval and computing in databases.  ... 
doi:10.6092/polito/porto/2644378 fatcat:35kq22epabeehgvzviz2x64jja

Data enrichment for adaptive map generalization using web services

M Neun
2007
I want to express my thanks and acknowledgements to all the people that in many ways contributed to this thesis. Here I will name some of them and I inwardly thank the others.  ...  We are grateful to Alistair Edwardes for helpful comments on the paper.  ...  GIS Databases: From Multiscale to MultiRepresentation. In B.Y.Choueiry and (Eds.), T., editors, Abstraction, Reformulation, and Approximation. Springer. Steiniger, S. (2007).  ... 
doi:10.5167/uzh-20206 fatcat:zvyv6uodk5evvikdglbryil7wm