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The development and customization of GIS-based applications and Web-based GIS applications with the CASE tool AIGLE

Ahmed Lbath, François Pinet
2000 Proceedings of the eighth ACM international symposium on Advances in geographic information systems - GIS '00  
More over a visual object oriented method is proposed to facilitate the design of spatial applications  ...  The use of visual language is suitable for the readability of high level diagrams by non-expert end-users.  ...  This CASE tool has been marketed by the company CIRIL since July 98; it implements an object-oriented method named OMEGA.  ... 
doi:10.1145/355274.355307 dblp:conf/gis/LbathP00 fatcat:u4amc5cu3ndjtg4x4z6zbu6n6y

Modelling Geographic Information Systems Using an Object-Oriented Framework [chapter]

Fatima Pires, Claudia Bauzer Medeiros, Ardemiris Barros Silva
1994 Computer Science 2  
This paper answers this latter need, providing a framework for modelling geographic information systems using the paradigm of object orientation.  ...  The framework is a result of joint work of database researchers and GIS users, in developing environmental control applications.  ...  It describes a framework for designing a database to support GIS applications, using the object-oriented paradigm. This database is now being implemented using the O2 Da90] object-oriented system.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4757-9805-0_18 fatcat:dfkg5geambhddn3vsqgrvx32ye

Towards the design and development of a new architecture for Geographic Information Systems

Niki Pissinou, Kia Makki, E. K. Park
1993 Proceedings of the second international conference on Information and knowledge management - CIKM '93  
Of significance is the integration of many diverse forms of technological advancements, including object oriented design, expert systems and multi-media systems.  ...  In this paper, we study the structure and behavior of existing Geographic Information Systems, isolate their drawbacks and explore the applicability of object oriented design, logical deduction and hypermedia  ...  We would also like to thank Guishen Wang for his work on the implementation of this project.  ... 
doi:10.1145/170088.170426 dblp:conf/cikm/PissinouMP93 fatcat:ubvmqzxshrcfxmaszhzxamobry

Object-oriented approaches to geo-referenced information

Michael F. Worboys
1994 International Journal of Geographical Information Systems  
Acknowledgments The author thanks the three anonymous referees, whose constructive comments enabled significant improvements to be made to the paper before final submission.  ...  Object-oriented concepts There are two broad and opposing classes of models of geographical information.  ...  Choi and Luk (1992) extend a generic object-oriented database system by providing two additional layers above it, namely: G-Kernel, consisting of a geographic object model with high-level geographic object  ... 
doi:10.1080/02693799408902008 fatcat:zjrdilfsrba2fotfyqlliq45za

Page 332 of American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals Vol. 10, Issue CP4 [page]

1996 American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals  
IFPATS: A Link Between Distributed Al Systems and Expert Users, G. J. Krige, CP Apr. 96, p151-156. Hydraulic models Object Orientation in Hydraulic Modeling Architectures, D. P.  ...  Examples and Characteristics of Shared Project Models, Martin Fischer and Thomas Froese, CP July 96, p174- 182 Object-Oriented Model for Integrating Construction Product and Process Information, Annette  ... 

Expert system methodologies and applications—a decade review from 1995 to 2004

Shu-Hsien Liao
2005 Expert systems with applications  
Based on the scope of 166 articles from 78 academic journals (retrieved from five online database) of ES applications, this paper surveys and classifies ES methodologies using the following eleven categories  ...  kind of methodology. (3) The ability to continually change and obtain new understanding is the driving power of ES methodologies, and should be the ES application of future works. q  ...  Object-oriented methodology and their applications Object-oriented methodology combines into one object data together with the specific procedures that operate on this data, where the object combines data  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.eswa.2004.08.003 fatcat:bneyzjdknrcivmzst6bm3ddvxq

Generating the architecture of GIS applications with design patterns

S. Gordillo, F. Balaguer, F. Das Neves
1997 Proceedings of the fifth ACM international workshop on Advances in geographic information systems - GIS '97  
The rapid growing of the WWW as a host for different kind of applications and the emergence of Java as an object-oriented programming language well suited for developing efficient, distributed applications  ...  But this reuse of experiences is difficult to transmit to non-expert designers and therefore, lacking an adequate procedure to record experience, the sharing of knowledge is not effective in helping the  ...  We have implemented them using the GemstoneNisualWorks object oriented database management system and found them rather useful both as the basis for extending legacy o-o applications with geographical  ... 
doi:10.1145/267825.267835 dblp:conf/gis/GordilloBN97 fatcat:33zsrjnmg5gkrgcuos4icezznq

The Role of Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) in Modeling of Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Onu F. U, Uche-Nwachi E. O, Chigbundu K. E
2016 IOSR Journal of Mobile Computing & Application  
The concept of Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) has revolutionalised software development industry including the GIS and software modeling in general.  ...  This paper reveals how the concepts inherent in Object-Oriented Programming Languages (OOPLs) can be deployed to model a GIS software.  ...  The paper showed how OOP concepts can be used to model GIS Software. It also emphasized the use of OOP in designing the features of GIS Software for modeling.  ... 
doi:10.9790/0050-03044046 fatcat:ouznnnsombaejncrjs5dxd4ukq

A User-Oriented Perspective of Error-sensitive GIS Development

Matt Duckham
2002 Transactions on GIS  
Increasingly, GIS users need to fulfil a variety of different roles, from database designers and data capture personnel through to decision makers, each of which may require an awareness of data quality  ...  The useroriented approach taken here contrasts with the predominately developer-oriented perspective in the literature.  ...  ., submitted, Object calculus and the object-oriented analysis and design of an error-sensitive GIS, GeoInformatica.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1467-9671.00104 fatcat:on57uvzemzb4fn3rjm6tllylli

Solutions for the Object-Relational Databases Design

Manole VELICANU, Iuliana BOTHA
2011 Database Systems Journal  
For this reason, this paper deals with object-relational databases implementation as part of informatics systems development.  ...  The practical implementation is made on a decision support system (DSS) prototype, which can be applied in the uncertain and unpredictable environments, like the production and the prediction of the wind  ...  Acknowledgment This paper presents some results of the research project PN II, TE Program, Code 332: "Informatics Solutions for decision making support in the uncertain and  ... 
doaj:6323df1be5ba4706b2b2f9dda19a7388 fatcat:pjv3yvyn5zfmrlhwbfsbujqfk4

Urban Geographic Information System: Features of Implementation and Management

To address these objectives an expert survey method was used to define the conceptual architecture and UGIS software tools.  ...  The goal of the research is to develop technological and software tools to create an urban geographic information system (UGIS).  ...  Design of new databases and storages is related to the necessity to ensure UPC information completeness. The structure of databases and storages should comply with the UPC conceptual model.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijitee.h7505.078919 fatcat:5exbnjjicvh2fbm2rj3mmp2hwi

An Approach to Hypermap-Based Applications [chapter]

P. S. C. Alencar, D. D. Cowan, T. R. Grove, M. A. V. Nelson, C. I. Mayfield
1997 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Recent advances in interactive user interfaces and database technology are leading to significant changes in the role of maps in GIS systems; maps are becoming the starting point for both spatial analysis  ...  The eventual goal of this research is to generate application-specific software systems by combining this architecture with the results of a dialogue with the domain expert.  ...  Her research interests are object-oriented analysis and design, frameworks, and software architectures applied to the geographical and environmental systems.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-5041-2869-8_31 fatcat:xnhmwc6jdrbwxpdj4ufqfuiyne

Decision Support based on Multi-Agent Simulation Algorithms with Resource Conversion Processes Apparatus Application [chapter]

Konstantin Aksyonov, Eugene Bykov, Leonid Dorosinskiy, Elena Smoliy, Olga Aksyonov
2011 Multi-Agent Systems - Modeling, Interactions, Simulations and Case Studies  
Simulation, expert, situational and multi-agent modelling integration with object-oriented approach allowed implementation of new object-oriented multi-agent resource conversion processes simulation and  ...  An actual task is development of dynamic situations modelling system, based on object-oriented technologies.  ... 
doi:10.5772/15619 fatcat:ft5xbanbingrtnbypseiws4kku

Issues of GIS data management

Tomáš Richta
2006 Geoinformatics FCE CTU  
CAD systems are oriented towards modeling individual man-made objects and structures with relatively high level of detail, so the data stored covers small areas with huge amount of information.  ...  The paper deals with current issues of spatial data modelling and management used by spatial management applications.  ...  GeoToolKit backbone is a class library for the efficient storage and retrieval of spatial objects within an object-oriented database.  ... 
doi:10.14311/gi.1.6 fatcat:nif77pgqrnfm5dqi55rkt2ofde

Selection of databases for real estate information systems

Ewa Dudek-Dyduch, Krzysztof Rączka
2013 Automatyka/Automatics  
Relational databases are difficult to use in object-oriented programming languages, because of the necessity to use SQL statement, and then map the data to create an object model.  ...  In an object-relational databases the benefits of both approaches has been combined: object-oriented and relational.  ... 
doi:10.7494/automat.2013.17.2.173 fatcat:jb5z4sjuizh7jbiakz44qn27na
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