Spatial Plateau Algebra for implementing fuzzy spatial objects in databases and GIS: Spatial plateau data types and operations

@article{Schneider2014SpatialPA,
  title={Spatial Plateau Algebra for implementing fuzzy spatial objects in databases and GIS: Spatial plateau data types and operations},
  author={Markus Schneider},
  journal={Appl. Soft Comput.},
  year={2014},
  volume={16},
  pages={148-170}
}
Many geographical applications have to deal with spatial ob jects that reveal an intrinsically vague or fuzzy nature. A spatial object is fuzzy if locations exist that cannot be assigned completely to the object or to its complement. Spatial database systems and Ge ographical Information Systems (GIS) are currently unable to cope with this kind of data. Based on an av il ble abstract data model of fuzzy spatial data typesfor fuzzy points , fuzzy lines , andfuzzy regionsthat leverages fuzzy set… CONTINUE READING

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