|Title:||Managing Geographic Information Systems|
|Authors:||J. Obermeyer, Nancy|
K. Pinto, Jeffrey
|Keywords:||Geographic information systems.|
|Description:||As we complete this second edition of Managing Geographic Information Systems, the technology and its implementation have evolved and changed dramatically. The technology itself has become increasingly easier to use, with the expansion of graphic user interfaces that make it ever more accessible to nonexperts (so-called thin users). Accordingly, the implementation of GIS has grown by leaps and bounds in terms of both the number of users and the breadth of applications. This represents a dramatic expansion of the technology’s market penetration in the decade or so that has passed since the publication of the first edition|
|Appears in Collections:||Geographical Information Systems|
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