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FACULTY OF GEODESY AND GEOMATICS ENGINEERING Journal of Geospatial Information Technology
Geographical Information System (GIS) represent a highly relevant branch of information technology. GIS support the geospatial data import from a variety of sources, including imagery. An appropriate environment for providing the spatial information needed by architects working with historic buildings and archaeologists might be soft-copy photogrammetry coupled with, or linked to, GIS, forming an Archaeological/Architectural Information System (A/AIS). A reason for this relativity is simplicityfatcat:fpoz4rhnt5c7nganqukk67nfyi