Future GIS technology

Maguire, D. J. and Dangermond, J. (1994) Future GIS technology. In: The AGI source book for geographic information systems, 1995. UNSPECIFIED, pp. 113-120.

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This paper examines some of the recent trends in GIS technology and their impact on applications. It has examined the development of desktop GIS and their role in a corporate information system policy. For the future the most significant areas of technical development are likely to be: price/performance improvement; increases in processing power per user; larger quantities of data being used in applications; more complex applications; wider use of GUIs; more networked computers; greater intra- and inter-corporation co-operation; more distributed data and processing. -from Authors

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Uncontrolled Keywords: environmental science(all),earth and planetary sciences(all) ,/dk/atira/pure/subjectarea/asjc/2300
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URI: https://ueaeprints.uea.ac.uk/id/eprint/93227

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