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Article: Towards a typology of geographical information systems

TitleTowards a typology of geographical information systems
Authors
Issue Date1989
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International Journal Of Geographical Information Systems, 1989, v. 3 n. 2, p. 137-152 How to Cite?
AbstractAttempts at classifying geographical information systems (GIS) have typically focused on the task-orientation of particular systems. With the application domain now becoming increasingly ephemeral, there is a need to take a more systematic view of the differences between systems. It is suggested here that a useful perspective to take is one that emphasizes system architecture. Using concepts well established in the wider field of information systems science, we suggest a framework that characterizes a GIS on the three-fold basis of the problem-processor model, database model and interface model adopted. -Authors
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/183420
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dc.description.abstractAttempts at classifying geographical information systems (GIS) have typically focused on the task-orientation of particular systems. With the application domain now becoming increasingly ephemeral, there is a need to take a more systematic view of the differences between systems. It is suggested here that a useful perspective to take is one that emphasizes system architecture. Using concepts well established in the wider field of information systems science, we suggest a framework that characterizes a GIS on the three-fold basis of the problem-processor model, database model and interface model adopted. -Authorsen_US
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