Status and problems of geographical information systems. The necessity of a geoinformation theory

@inproceedings{Molenaar1991StatusAP,
  title={Status and problems of geographical information systems. The necessity of a geoinformation theory},
  author={Martien Molenaar},
  year={1991}
}
Abstract The fact that the field of GIS is very heterogeneous and fragmentary makes it difficult to give a status report on its development. Therefore, it is desirable to structure this field by means of a geoinformation theory. The formulation of such a theory should start with the formulation of some basic concepts for geoinformation and for information systems. The major part of this article has been dedicated to these problems. It treats some important structural aspects of geoinformation… CONTINUE READING

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