Bringing Vector and Raster Representation in GIS

@inproceedings{Winter1998BringingVA,
  title={Bringing Vector and Raster Representation in GIS},
  author={Stephen Winter},
  booktitle={ACM-GIS},
  year={1998}
}
Representations in Geoiiormation Systems (GIS) are classified into vector and raster representation. They are dual with regard to space bounding and space fiig. Spatial concepts are also dual with entity-based and field-based concepts. In this sitnation a hybrid representation is investigated. R will show that the hybrid representation is a promising approach of integration, useful for data t%sion and interoperabiWy. 
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