- 1-An Object-Oriented GIS

@inproceedings{Garvey20001O,
  title={- 1-An Object-Oriented GIS},
  author={Mary Garvey and Mike Jackson and Martin Roberts},
  year={2000}
}
Object oriented databases have been portrayed as being the solution for complex applications such as Geographical Information Systems. Traditional database systems, such as relational, are not adequate for the rich types typically required of such systems. This paper discusses an application using objectoriented database technology, detailing the schema used, problems encountered and benefits perceived. 
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