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Functionality and performance : two important considerations when implementing topology in 3D GIS

@inproceedings{Ellul2007FunctionalityAP,
  title={Functionality and performance : two important considerations when implementing topology in 3D GIS},
  author={Claire Ellul},
  year={2007}
}
This thesis contributes to the understanding of the use of topology in analysing 3D spatial data, focussing in particular on two aspects of the problem - what binary topological analysis functionality is required in a commercial 3D Geographical Information System (GIS), and how should this functionality be implemented to achieve the most efficient query performance. Topology is defined as the identification of spatial relationships between adjacent or neighbouring objects. The first stage of… 

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