modeling languages - Well-known "languages" to encode the semantics, syntax and schema of Geospatial_ and geoprocessing-related information resources.
1. The representation of the attributes of the earth`s surface in a digital database.
2. The studying of landscape processes using mathematical algorithms written in computer code.
Modeling Present and Potential Future Tree Importance Values in the Eastern United States ...
Basic Solid Modeling (18 min.)
Rendering with MicroStation (13 min.)
To watch all 12 chapters of this MicroStation V8i training, students can visit the Bentley STUDENTserver.
Mapping a Firewall: Modeling and Visualizations Assess Wildfire Threats, Risks and Economic Exposure
Further Reading for ...
Our goal in these pages will be is to develop workflows for experimenting with the three dimensional form of landscapes.
Site Modeling with Sketchup
Our goal is to represent a site and design interventions for the purpose of our own understanding and communication with colleagues, clients and the public.
See Also: spatial analysis
[modeling] A methodology or set of analytical procedures used to derive information about spatial relationships between geographic phenomena.
Contouring is covered in Raster Analysis II. In addition to creating entire contour data sets, with the 3D Analyst it is also possible to create single contours as simple graphics using the Contour tool .
Terrain Modeling and Mapping using DEM, SDTS, DRG, DLG, DTED ASTER, Landsat, EarthSat and EarthKam Satellite Imagery
Free Digital Elevation Model (DEM) and Free Satellite Imagery Download Links ...
Ray Path Modeling
At each grid position used in the model, a ray path is computed from transmitter to receiver. This path is modeled as a polyline following the geodetic groundwave path over the earth and is stored in the table RAYPATH.
Geospatial predictive modeling is conceptually rooted in the principle that the occurrences of events being modeled are limited in distribution.
Modeling the Movement of Lost People
Podhalanska Group uses GIS to calculate the initial planning point and potential search areas for lost hikers.
Modeling: Applying structured rules and procedures to one or more spatial database overlays to conduct spatial and/or network analysis to derive new information to aid in problem solving and planning.
momentThe moment is the time when all the tasks associated with a transactionhave completed. A feature's creation, deletion or update date is set to the transaction's moment.
It is difficult to relate wetlands maps to rainfall amounts recorded at different points such as airports, television stations, and high schools.
Data Modeling and Common Content Standards
Interoperability between and among the various GIS nodes in a GIS network requires that each GIS database adheres to a similar essential data model based on widely adopted best GIS practices.
The process of rendering a 3D surface from vector type data.
Systems displaying radial symmetry provide natural settings for the polar coordinate system, with the central point acting as the pole.
spatial modeling : Analytical procedures applied with GIS. There are three categories of spatial modeling functions that can be applied to geographic data within a GIS: geometric models, such as calculating the distance between features, ...
CONTOUR MODELING THAILAND WITH R2V
The Environmental Information Center (EIC), an arm of Thailand's Environment Institute, is currently making daily, production-run use of R2V for Windows (32-bit version) on seven workstations.
Modeling Spatial Relationships toolset
The Exploratory Regression tool evaluates all possible combinations of the input candidate explanatory variables, ...
modeling of hydrologic functions, energy flux and forest fires
Hydrologic functions on DEMs
the principal components of a drainage basin are its topographic form and the topologic structure of its drainage network ...
Modeling deposition of pollutants from air
emissions sources in the Netherlands
Managing water supply in a Morocco river valley
Studying corn production in central
Modeling - (1) The process of creating a model. (2) A stage in scientific investigation involving the development of abstraction, theories and mathematical formulae to simulate real world processes or phenomena.
"Modeling Uncertainty in Elevation Data for Geographical Analysis", by Charles R. Ehlschlaeger, and Ashton M. Shortridge. Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, Delft, Netherlands, August 1996.
5 - Modeling What if...? The fifth question is posed to determine what happens, for example, if a new road is added to a network, or if a toxic substance seeps into the local groundwater supply.
the modeling is performed in several iterations, in the first iteration all multiple scales should be marked by the GEN function in the operation box of the object class; while by the last iteration only automated generalization is kept; ...
GIS MOdeling (ERDAS)
Generating Information and Scanning Ohio Maps (Ohio State Univ. Center for Mapping) ...
GIS analysis functions use the spatial and non-spatial attribute data to answer questions about real-world.
The previous sections described many of the processes of a GIS.
example, a GIS may be used to convert a satellite image map to a vector structure by generating lines around all cells with the same classification, while determining the cell spatial relationships, such as adjacency or inclusion.
Data modeling ...
modeling languages Well-known "languages" to encode the semantics, syntax and schema of geospatial and geoprocessing-related information resources. They apply to all Application Domain Models and Runtime (Model) Components.
Spatial statistical modeling service
Side Scan SONAR; Simple "Sight" Survey (Carlson Software) ...
A public-domain rastar GIS modeling product of the US army corps of Engineers Construction Engineering Research Laboratory.
2. A raster data format that can be used as an exchange format between two GIS's.
It involves the detailed investigation of the natural resources and processes that characterize a site and includes computer modeling and mapping techniques that geographically display the areas of the site that are most and least suitable for ...
spatial analysis The process of modeling, examining, and interpreting model results. Spatial analysis is useful for evaluating suitability and capability, for estimating and predicting, and for interpreting and understanding.
POV-Ray, a ray-tracer for solid modeling
Data for heavenly maps available in coordinate form at the Flight Gear open-source flight simulator project, extracted from the xephem program ...
The research on object-orientation approaches has four main topics: data modeling, programming languages, database management systems and user interfaces (Maguire, 1994).
In addition to modeling the satellite-clock errors and in an effort to remove them, an additional satellite should be observed during operation to solve for an extra clock offset parameter along with the required coordinate parameters.
A supermarket chain may choose the location of a new store by modeling Shoppers' behaviour using a GIS. This might use information obtained from the population census and from the supermarket's experiences in other locations.
Orthorectifying AVNIR-2 Data Rigorous and RPC Modeling
AVNIR-2 stands for Advanced Visible and Near Infrared Radiometer Type 2.
This functionality is enhanced by two optional ArcView software extensions - Network Analyst for route modeling, and Spatial Analyst for cell-based modeling and analysis.
3D CAD Modeling Services
CAD Drafting Services
Auto CAD Drafting Services
3D Solid Modeling Services
3D Rendering Services
3D Digitizing Services
Architectural CAD Drafting Services
Architectural 3D Floor Plans ...
Spatial analysis is the process of extracting or creating new information about a set of geographic features to perform routine examination, assessment, evaluation, analysis or modeling of data in a geographic area based on pre-established and ...
The raster data model has become the primary spatial data source for analytical modeling with GIS. The raster data model is well suited to the quantitative analysis of numerous data layers.
GIS and locational modeling in Dutch archaeology: a review of current approaches. In H.D.G. Maschner (ed.) New Methods, Old Problems. Geographic Information Systems in modern archaeological research: 177-197.
GeoFields' proprietary process for modeling the potential spread of liquids from a ruptured pipeline. Potential spreads are modeled over land and along waterways
PHMSA : Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration ...
In addition, modern technology has been able to use this biogeographical evidence, as well as modeling of climate, sea levels and mapping of the sea floor between present-day Siberia and Alaska to visually depict the Bering Land Bridge.
LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) - A scanning and ranging laser system that produces accurate DTMs. Can be used for contour modeling, however, the lack of breaklines disallows the creation of cartographically aesthetic contours.
Definition of a Geographic Information System: A system of hardware, software, and procedures designed to support the capture, management, manipulation, analysis, modeling and display of spatially-referenced data for solving complex planning and ...
A more rigorous 3-D model of the Earth's surface than a DEM. A DTM can be used for accurate contour modeling and can also be used for orthorectification.
Global Positioning System (GPS) ...
What layers of information you combine depends on your purpose, for example, finding the best location for a new supermarket, assessing environmental damage, tracking delivery vehicles, or modeling the global environment.
A manual or computer-based system for geographic data input, storage, manipulation, analysis, modeling and output.
displays roads and streets; back-country trails; land cover shading; cities, towns and locales; and geographic features. It also incorporates a digital elevation model (DEM) for showing elevation contours and shaded relief as well as 3-D modeling and ...
Food webs describe the complex patterns of energy flow in an ecosystem by modeling who consumes who. Foot Wall The bottommost surface of an inclined fault.
See also: Model, Information, Analysis, GIS, Software