Generating and updating multiplicatively weighted Voronoi diagrams for point, line and polygon features in GIS

@article{Dong2008GeneratingAU,
  title={Generating and updating multiplicatively weighted Voronoi diagrams for point, line and polygon features in GIS},
  author={Pinliang Dong},
  journal={Computers & Geosciences},
  year={2008},
  volume={34},
  pages={411-421}
}
A Voronoi diagram is an interdisciplinary concept that has been applied to many fields. In geographic information systems (GIS), existing capabilities for generating Voronoi diagrams normally focus on ordinary (not weighted) point (not linear or area) features. For better integration of Voronoi diagram models and GIS, a raster-based approach is developed, and implemented seamlessly as an ArcGIS extension using ArcObjects. In this paper, the methodology and implementation of the extension are… CONTINUE READING
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