5D Data Modelling: Full Integration of 2D/3D Space, Time and Scale Dimensions

@inproceedings{Oosterom20105DDM,
  title={5D Data Modelling: Full Integration of 2D/3D Space, Time and Scale Dimensions},
  author={P. V. Oosterom and J. Stoter},
  booktitle={GIScience},
  year={2010}
}
  • P. V. Oosterom, J. Stoter
  • Published in GIScience 2010
  • Computer Science
  • This paper proposes an approach for data modelling in five dimensions. [...] Key Method Because the approach is new and challenging, we choose to step-wise studying several combinations of the five dimensions, ultimately resulting in the optimal 5D model. We also propose to apply mathematical theories on multidimensional modelling to well established principles of multidimensional modelling in the geo-information domain. The result is a conceptual full partition of the 3Dspace+time+scale space (i.e. no overlaps…Expand Abstract

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