The use cases of digital earth

  title={The use cases of digital earth},
  author={Michael F. Goodchild},
  journal={Int. J. Digital Earth},
The use cases of digital earth The formal process of system design begins with the identification of use cases. No such cases are readily apparent for the current generation of geobrowsers, though the text of the 1998 Gore speech refers to several. An analysis of the use cases of GIS reveals similarities with the functionality of geobrowsers, inviting the view that the two forms of geographic information technology will eventually converge. However experience suggests that users are finding… CONTINUE READING
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