krainaksiazek introduction to geographic information systems 20129019

- znaleziono 18 produktów w 4 sklepach

Introduction To Geographic Information Systems - 2840845343

959,99 zł

Introduction To Geographic Information Systems

Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Earth sciences, geography, environment, planning>Geography>Geographical information systems & remote sensi...


Introducing Geographic Information Systems with ArcGIS - 2841428301

358,88 zł

Introducing Geographic Information Systems with ArcGIS Wiley & Sons

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

A unique approach to learning and teaching GIS, updated for ArcGIS 9.3§Introducing Geographic Information Systems with ArcGIS, Second Edition serves as both an easy-to-understand introduction to GIS and a hands-on manual for the ArcGIS 9.3 software. This combination theory-workbook approach is designed to quickly bring the reader from GIS neophyte to well-informed GIS user from both a general knowledge and practical viewpoint.§Replacing the traditional separate texts on theory and application, the book integrates a broad introduction to GIS with a software-specific workbook for ESRIs ArcGIS in a single comprehensive volume.


Getting Started with Geographic Information Systems - 2212824541

241,70 zł

Getting Started with Geographic Information Systems Prentice Hall

Inne 1

For introductory courses in Geographic Information Systems.  Designed to make the complexity of this rapidly growing high tech field accessible to beginning students, this best-selling text provides a basic, non-technical and student-friendly introduction to GIS. The book clearly links theory and practice, and helps link the material to the real world by providing interviews with practicing GIS professionals. It features clear, simple explanations, an abundance of illustrations and photos, extensive chapter-end study aids, and generic laboratory assignments for use with any GIS software. NEW - ArcVIEW 3.1 - Included free with every copy of the text. Each copy of the book comes with a free, 120 day version of ArcVIEW 3.1  NEW - Eight completely new on-line Laboratory Exercises - Each chapter is complemented by an on-line lab exercise presented on the book's upgraded WWW site and  NEW - Significantly upgraded graphics program - Better portrays the concepts presented in the book A "learn-by-seeing" approach - Uses basic, simple language augmented with many examples, diagrams, and photographs Comprehensive, integrated coverage.  Covers the basic GIS material that is traditionally scattered throughout the Geography curriculum Features screen shots from actual software applications - Better illustrates discussion of specific pieces of software Chapter-end Study Guides - Feature point-by-point summaries and topic-by-topic discussion questions, and a glossary of key terms and definitions


Introducing Geographic Information Systems with ArcGIS - 2826730004

318,56 zł

Introducing Geographic Information Systems with ArcGIS Wiley

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Unique in its integrated approach, combining an easy-to-read introduction to geographic information systems (GIS) with a hands-on workbook of ArcGIS applications, this book is now fully revised to incorporate the latest software update, ArcGIS 10.1. In addition to maintaining the successful features of prior editions, the new edition shows how to publish maps on the Internet using new exercises. It also introduces readers to the idea of programming in Python, the language ESRI has chosen for applications. A bundled CD contains the data for working out all the exercises in the book.


Geographic Information Systems - 2212825800

146,60 zł

Geographic Information Systems Thomas Telford Service Ltd

Inne 1

Computer-based geographic information systems (GIS) have become a powerful new tool in the civil engineering industry for the organisation and analysis of spatial data. They are patricularly important now that survey data can be collected so quickly and accurately using the global positioning system (GPS). This special colour issue of ICE Proceedings contains a suite of seven refereed papers written by leading experts in the field. It provides a comprehensive introduction to GIS and GPS and reviews their practical applications in civil engineering, including major projects such as the Channel Tunnel Rail Link.


Getting Started with Geographic Information Systems - 2826770191

707,52 zł

Getting Started with Geographic Information Systems PEARSON

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

This text puts the high-tech field of geographic information systems within reach for students like you. It provides a basic, non-technical, and friendly introduction in one convenient source. It examines the basic GIS material that is traditionally found throughout the Geography curriculum-e.g., in Cartography, GIS spatial analysis, and quantitative methods. Clarke's "learn-by-seeing" approach gives you clear, simple explanations, and an abundance of illustrations and photos.


Geographic Information Systems - 2826809454

360,32 zł

Geographic Information Systems Taylor & Francis Ltd

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Second edition of successful text that takes into account recent advances in GIS development and new socioeconomic datasets including new census data. Written as an overview to GIS, it is an easy to use, non-technical introduction to the subject.


Fundamentals of Geographical Information Systems - 2826895205

796,48 zł

Fundamentals of Geographical Information Systems Wiley

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Locate your place in the exciting field of GIS In existence since 1962, Geographical Information Systems (GIS) are really coming into their own today. And not just in your car's GPS system or your cell phone's tracking capabilities. GIS is finding applications throughout science, government, business, and industry, from regional and community planning, architecture, and transportation to public health, crime mapping, and national defense. Michael DeMers's Fundamentals of Geographic Information, Fourth Edition brings an already essential text up to date, capturing the significant developments in the field and responding to the needs of a diverse set of readers, from geographers to students in a host of other fields. If you are a non-geographer or new to GIS, get a quick introduction to the "lay of the land" of GIS through the new "Spatial Learner's Permit" section. Then join in the excitement of discovery with GIS databases as you absorb the such concepts and skills as digital geographic data and maps, GIS data models, spatial analysis, measurement and classification, cartographic modeling, and GIS design. Responding to both the needs and technical skills of today's students, this Fourth Edition: * Makes concepts accessible to students from a wide range of backgrounds * Offers more practical and relevant coverage of GIS design and implementation * Reflects the latest changes in GIS applications * Examines in greater depth the underlying computer science behind GIS * Uncovers the most recent developments on GIS research * Expands coverage of the increasingly robust literature on cartographic visualization * Includes Web-based labs and links to current and updated dataset resources Taking an open-ended, hands-on approach that gets you to ask your own questions about the underlying concepts, the Fourth Edition helps you not only master the basics but acquire the active problem-solving skills that are a key component of success in the GIS industry.


Geographic Visualization - 2826798691

488,64 zł

Geographic Visualization Wiley-Blackwell (an imprint of John Wiley & Sons...

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Geographic Visualization: Concepts, Tools and Applications is a 'state-of-the-art' review of the latest developments in the subject. It examines how new concepts, methods and tools can be creatively applied to solve problems relevant to a wide range of topics. The text covers the impact of three-dimensional displays on user interaction along with the potentialities in animation and clearly explains how to create temporally sensitive visualizations. It also explores the potential for handling mobile data and representing uncertainty; as well as the role of participatory visualization systems and exploratory methods. Hallmark Features: An introduction to the diverse forms of geographic visualization which draws upon a number of theoretical perspectives and disciplines to provide an insightful commentary on new methods, techniques and tools. Richly illustrated in full colour throughout, including numerous relevant case studies and accessible discussions of important visualization concepts to enable clearer understanding for non-technical audiences. Chapters are written by leading scholars and researchers in a range of cognate fields, including, cartography, GIScience, architecture, art, urban planning and computer graphics with case studies drawn from Europe, North America and Australia This book is an invaluable resource for all graduate students, researchers and professionals working in the geographic information sector, computer graphics and cartography.


Geodesy, surveying and professional ethics - a selection of source texts with translation for ... - 2101955968

82,00 zł

Geodesy, surveying and professional ethics - a selection of source texts with translation for ... GALL


Geodesy, surveying and professional ethics - a selection of source texts with translation for   ... students, lecturers and surveyors Geodezja, geodezyjne pomiary szczegółowe i etyka zawodowa - wybrane teksty źródłowe z tłumaczeniem dla studentów, nauczycieli i wykonawców Autorzy książki: prof. Ryszard Hycner i mgr Marta Dobrowolska-Wesołowska (filolog angielski), na bazie starannego wyboru tekstów anglojęzycznych z dziedziny geodezji i kartografia, pochodzących ze sprawdzonych i znanych opracowań, modyfikując niekiedy nieznacznie teksty źródłowe (z zachowaniem praw autorskich), dokonali gruntownego przeglądu problemów geodezyjnych wyrażanych w języku angielskim. Dodatkowo zaś autorzy podręcznika wykonali tłumaczenie każdego oryginalnego tekstu, na język polski w tym celu, aby każdy z Czytelników mógł konfrontować swoją wiedzę zarówno z dziedziny geodezji i kartografii jak też z języka angielskiego. Znaczącym atutem książki jest zamieszczenie w niej mini-słownika angielsko-polskiego, zawierającego podstawowe terminy, niezbędne dla zrozumienia tekstu oryginalnego, zwłaszcza przez mniej wprawnych Czytelników. Walorem książki, jest też zamieszczenie w niej 200 pytań (wraz z odpowiedziami) z szeroko rozumianej dziedziny geodezji i kartografii, katastru, systemów informacji o terenie, problemów prawnych oraz zagadnień szkoły wyższej - w języku angielskim, ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem specyfiki geodezji i kartografii w USA i innych krajach anglosaskich, niekiedy odmiennej od warunków polskich. Wyrazem wysokiej jakości podręcznika jest także dobór recenzentów, autorytetów w swojej problematyce naukowej. Pierwszy z nich jest filologiem angielskim, drugi zaś reprezentantem dyscypliny geodezja i kartografia. Recenzenci dokonali gruntownego i starannego przeglądu treści książki, a ich sugestie zostały uwzględnione przez autorów opracowania. Książkę można śmiało polecić tym wszystkim, którym bliskie są problemy geodezji i kartografii, wyrażane zwłaszcza w języku angielskim, powszechnie akceptowanym w nauce, edukacji na poziomie średnim i wyższym, a ostatnio także i w wykonawstwie geodezyjnym. Język angielski jest bowiem tym środkiem, który umożliwia nie tylko zdobywanie wiedzy na dobrym poziomie ale także pomaga przełamywać bariery komunikacyjne i zawodowe, zwłaszcza po akcesji Polski do Unii Europejskiej. Dzięki tej książce, teoria i praktyka geodezji i kartografii będzie bliższa i pełniejsza Czytelnikowi, a ponadto pomoże mu w przełamywaniu trudnych barier językowych.   zobacz spis treści Autorzy: prof. Ryszard Hycner, mgr Marta Dobrowolska-Wesołowska Tytuł: Geodesy, Surveying and Professional Ethics - a Selection of Source Texts with Translation for Students, Lecturers and Surveyors Format: B5 Oprawa: twarda Objętość: 250 str. ISBN: 978-83-60968-02-4 1.Introduction 14 2.Selected source texts with translation 20 I.A Preliminary information 20 I.A.1 Surveying 20 I.A.2 Uses of Surveys 22 I.A.3 The Earth as a Spheroid 22 I.A.4 Geoid and Spheroid 22 I.A.5 Geodetic and Plane Surveying 24 I.A.6 Operations in Surveying 26 I.A.7 Summary Definitions 26 I.A.8 Precision of Measurements 28 I.A.9 Principles Involved in Surveying 28 I.B Survey Measurements and Adjustment 28 I.B.1 Observations and Errors 30 I.B.2 Blunders or Mistakes 30 I.B.3 Systematic Errors 30 I.B.4 Random Errors 32 I.B.5 Quality of Measurements 32 I.B.6 Significant Figures 32 I.C Field and office work 32 I.C.1 General Information 32 I.C.2 Planning and Design of the Survey 34 I.C.3 Remarks 34 I.C.4 Some Definitions 34 I.C.5 Data Recording 36 I.C.6 Data Collectors 36 I.C.7 Computations and Checking 36 II.Basic Survey Measurement 38 II.A Distance Measurements 38 II.A.1 Distance 38 II.A.2 Optical Distance Measurement 38 II.A.3 Taping 40 II.A.4 Electronic Distance Measurement 40   1.Wstęp 15 2.Wybrane teksty źródłowe w języku angielskim wraz z tłumaczeniami . . 21 I.A Informacje wstępne 21 I.A.1 Miernictwo (geodezja na płaszczyźnie) 21 I.A.2 Zastosowanie pomiarów 23 I.A.3 Ziemia jako sferoida 23 I.A.4 Geoida i sferoida 23 I.A.5 Geodezja (geodezja wyższa) i miernictwo (geodezja na płaszczyźnie) 25 I.A.6 Rodzaje pomiarów 27 I.A.7 Definicje 27 I.A.8 Precyzja pomiarów 29 I.A.9 Zasady stosowane w miernictwie 29 I.B Pomiary i ich wyrównywanie 29 I.B.1 Obserwacje i błędy 31 I.B.2 Błędy grube lub pomyłki 31 I.B.3 Błędy systematyczne 31 I.B.4 Błędy przypadkowe 33 I.B.5 Jakość pomiarów 33 I.B.6 Cyfry znaczące 33 I.C Prace polowe i kameralne 33 I.C.1 Informacje ogólne 33 I.C.2 Planowanie i projektowanie pomiaru 35 I.C.3 Uwagi 35 I.C.4 Niektóre definicje 35 I.C.5 Rejestracja danych 37 I.C.6 Rejestratory danych 37 I.C.7 Obliczenia i kontrola 37 II. Pomiary geodezyjne 39 II.A Pomiary odległości 39 II.A.1 Odległość 39 II.A.2 Pomiar odległości metodą optyczną 39 II.A.3 Pomiar odległości taśmą 41 II.A.4 Elektroniczny pomiar odległości 41   II.B Leveling 44 II.B.1 Definitions 44 II.B.2 Leveling Methods 46 II.B.3 Kinds of Levels 46 II.B.4 Supplementary Equipment while Leveling 48 II.B.5 Telescope 48 II.B.6 Geodetic Leveling 48 II.B.7 Orthometric Correction 48 II.C Angle and Direction Measurement 50 II.C.1 Location of Points 50 II.C.2 Bearings 50 II.C.3 Azimuths 52 II.C.4 Theodolite and Transit 52 II.C.5 Electronic Digital Theodolites 52 II.C.6 Setting up the Theodolite 52 II.D Combined Distance and Angular Measurement Systems 54 II.D.1 General Information 54 II.D.2 Stadia Method 54 II.D.3 Total Station Systems 54 II.D.4 General Functions of Total Station Systems 56 II.D.5 Examples of Typical Built-in Options for Processing Measured Distances and Angles 58 II.D.6 Use of Total Station System 60 II.D.7 Remotely Controlled Systems 60 II.D.8 Applications of Total Station Systems 62 III. Survey Operations 62 III.A Traverse 62 III.A.1 General information 62 III.A.2 Equipment for Traversing 62 III.A.3 Purpose of the Traversing 64 III.A.4 Types of traverse 64 III.B Calculation of Areas of Land 64 III.B.1 General Information 64 III.B.2 Methods of Determining Area 66   II.B Niwelacja (pomiary wysokościowe) 45 II.B.1 Definicje 45 II.B.2 Metody niwelacji 47 II.B.3 Rodzaje niwelatorów 47 II.B.4 Dodatkowy sprzęt niwelacyjny 49 II.B.5 Luneta 49 II.B.6 Niwelacja geodezyjna (precyzyjna) 49 II.B.7 Poprawka ortometryczna 49 II.C Pomiar kąta i kierunku 51 II.C.1 Wyznaczenie położenia punktów 51 II.C.2 Kąt kierunkowy (czwartak) 51 II.C.3 Azymut 53 II.C.4 Teodolit 53 II.C.5 Cyfrowe teodolity elektroniczne 53 II.C.6 Ustawianie teodolitu 53 II.D Systemy zespolone do pomiaru odległości i kątów 55 II.D.1 Informacje ogólne 55 II.D.2 Optyczny pomiar odległości 55 II.D.3 Systemy total station 55 II.D.4 Ogólne funkcje systemów total station 57 II.D.5 Przykłady typowych, wbudowanych opcji, dla przetwarzania pomierzonych długości i kątów 59 II.D.6 Użycie systemu total station 61 II.D.7 Systemy zdalnie sterowane 61 II.D.8 Zastosowania systemu total station 63 III. Procedury pomiarowe 63 III.A Ciąg poligonowy 63 III.A.1 Informacje ogólne 63 III.A.2 Sprzęt do poligonizacji 63 III.A.3 Cel poligonizacji 65 III.A.4 Rodzaje poligonów 65 III.B Obliczenie powierzchni 65 III.B.1 Informacje ogólne 65 III.B.2 Metody określenia powierzchni 67   III.C Other Methods for Horizontal Positioning 66 III.C.1 Location of Points by Intersection 66 III.C.2 Location of Points by Resection 66 III.C.3 Location of Points by Linear Section 66 III.C4 Location of Points by Combined Section 66 III.D Map Projections 66 I V. Modern Surveying and Mapping 70 IV.A Global Positioning System 70 IV.A.1 General Information 70 IV.A.2 System Components 70 IV.A.3 GPS Government Degradation Policy 72 IV.A.4 GPS Receiver Components 72 IV.A.5 Positioning Methods 72 IV.A.6 Applications 74 IV.B Photogrammetric Surveying and Mapping 76 IV.B.1 Introduction 76 IV.B.2 Sensors and Platforms 76 IV.B.3 Cameras 76 IV.B.4 Scanners and Linear Sensors 78 IV.B.5 Platforms 78 IV.B.6 Orthophotography 78 IV.B.7 Digital Elevation Model 80 IV.B.8 Geographic Information Systems 80 IV.C Mapping, Digital Mapping, and Spatial Information Systems 82 IV.C.1 General information 82 IV.C.2 Datums for Mapping 82 IV.C.3 Reference Coordinate Systems for Mapping 82 IV.C.4 Topographic Maps 84 IV.C.5Representation of Relief 84 IV.C.6 Contours and Contour Lines 84 IV.C.7 Digital Terrain Models 86 IV.C.8 Computer-Aided Drafting and Design 86 IV.C.9 Digital Mapping 86   III.C Inne metody określania położenia 67 III.C.1 Wyznaczanie położenia wcięciem wprzód 67 III.C.2 Wyznaczanie położenia wcięciem wstecz 67 III.C.3 Wyznaczanie położenia wcięciem liniowym 67 III.C.4 Wyznaczanie położenia wcięciem kombinowanym 67 III.D Odwzorowania kartograficzne 67 I V. Współczesne miernictwo i sporządzanie map 71 IV.A System globalnego wyznaczania pozycji GPS 71 IV.A.1 Informacje ogólne 71 IV.A.2 Segmenty systemu 71 IV.A.3 Rządowa polityka degradacji GPS 73 IV.A.4 Części odbiornika GPS 73 IV.A.5 Metody określania położenia 73 IV.A.6 Zastosowania 75 IV.B Fotogrametryczne metody pomiaru i sporządzania map 77 IV. B.1 Wprowadzenie 77 IV.B.2 Sensory i platformy 77 IV.B.3 Kamery 77 IV.B.4 Skanery i sensory liniowe 79 IV.B.5 Platformy 79 IV.B.6 Ortofotografia 79 IV.B.7 Cyfrowy model wysokości 81 IV.B.8 Systemy informacji geograficznej 81 IV.C Opracowanie map, cyfrowe opracowanie map i systemy informacji przestrzennej 83 IV.C.1 Informacje ogólne 83 IV.C.2 Systemy odniesienia dla sporządzania map 83 IV.C.3 Systemy współrzędnych dla sporządzania map 83 IV.C.4 Mapy topograficzne 85 IV.C.5 Przedstawienie rzeźby terenu 85 IV.C.6 Kontur i warstwica 85 IV.C.7 Cyfrowe modele terenu 87 IV.C.8 Komputerowe wspomagania kreślenia i projektowania . . . . 87 IV.C.9 Cyfrowe sporządzanie map 87   IVC10 Data Collection 86 IVC11 Data Storage and Management 88 IVC12 Spatial Information Systems 88 IVC13 Automated Mapping/Facilities Management 90 IVC14 Land Information Systems 90 V Type of Surveys 94 VA Control and Topographic Surveying 94 V.A.1 General information 94 VA.2 Establishment of Control 94 VA.3 Horizontal Control 94 VA.4 Vertical Control 96 VB Route Surveying 96 V.B.1 General information 96 VB.2 Control 96 VC Construction Surveying 98 V.C.1 General information 98 VC2 Alignment 98 VC3 Grade 98 VC4 As-Built Surveys 98 VD Land Surveys 100 V.D1 General information 100 VD2 Kinds of Land Surveys 102 VD3 Equipments and Methods 102 VD4 Legal Aspects of Land Surveys 102 VD5 Monuments 106 VD6 Boundary records 106 VD7 Property Description 110 VD8 Metes and Bounds Descriptions 110 VD9 Descriptions for Condominium 112 VD10 Descriptions by Coordinates 116 VD11 Descriptions by Subdivisions 118 VD12 Legal Interpretation of Deed Descriptions 118   IV.C.10 Pozyskiwanie danych 87 IV.C.11 Przechowywanie danych i zarządzanie danymi 89 IV.C.12 Systemy informacji przestrzennej 89 IV.C.13 Zautomatyzowane sporządzanie map/wspomaganie zarządzania 91 IV.C.14 Systemy informacji o terenie 91 V. Rodzaje pomiarów 95 V. A Pomiary osnowy i pomiary topograficzne 95 V.A.1 Informacje ogólne 95 V.A.2 Założenie osnowy 95 V.A.3 Osnowa pozioma 95 V.A.4 Osnowa pionowa 97 V. B Pomiary trasy 97 V.B.1 Informacje ogólne 97 V.B.2 Osnowa 97 V. C Pomiary budowlane 99 V.C.1 Informacje ogólne 99 V.C.2 Tyczenie osi 99 V.C.3 Nachylenie 99 V.C.4 Pomiary powykonawcze 99 V. D Pomiary sytuacyjne nieruchomości (katastralne) 101 V.D.1 Informacje ogólne 101 V.D.2 Rodzaje pomiarów nieruchomości 103 V.D.3 Sprzęt i metody 103 V.D.4 Aspekty prawne pomiarów nieruchomości 103 V.D.5 Punkty graniczne 107 V.D.6 Rejestry granic 107 V.D.7 Opis nieruchomości 111 V.D.8 Opis granic nieruchomości 111 V.D.9 Opis kondominium (wspólnoty mieszkaniowej) 113 V.D.10Opis (punktów granicznych nieruchomości) poprzez współrzędne 117 V.D.11 Opis (nieruchomości) poprzez podział 119 V.D.12 Interpretacja prawna opisu (nieruchomości) w akcie notarialnym 119   VD.13 Riparian Rights 120 VD.14 Adverse Possession 120 VD.15 Legal Authority of the Surveyor 122 VD.16 Liability of the Surveyor 124 VD.17 Original Survey 124 VD.18 Resurveys 126 VD.19 Subdivision Survey of Rural Land 128 VD.20 Subdivision Survey of Urban Land 128 VD.21 City Surveying 130 VD.22 Cadastral Surveying 132 VI.Evidence for Boundary Locations 134 VI.A.1 Evidence - General 134 VI.A.2 Types of Evidence Gathered by Surveyors 134 VI.A.3 The Law of Evidence 136 VI.A.4 Degree of Proof of Evidence 136 VI.A.5 Value of Written Words 138 VI.A.6 Value of Spoken Evidence 138 VI.A.7 Summary of Written and Spoken Evidence 138 VI.A.8 Value of Monuments as Evidence 140 VI.A.9 Measurements as Evidence 140 VI.A.10 Field Notes 142 VI.A.11 The Surveyor in Court 142 VII.Professionalism and Ethics in Surveying 144 VII.A.1 Professionalism - General 144 VII.A.2 Surveying as a Profession 146 VII.A.3 Ethics in Surveying 146 VII.A.4 Rules in Surveying Ethics 148 3.English-Polish mini-dictionary of key-words 154 4.Index of questions 172 5.Questions and answers 180 6.Conclusions 224 References 226   V.D.13 Własność nadbrzeżnego gruntu 121 V.D.14 Zasiedzenie 121 V.D.15 Moc (zdolność) prawna mierniczego 123 V.D.16 Odpowiedzialność mierniczego 125 V.D.17 Pomiar pierwotny 125 V.D.18 Powtórne pomiary (wznowienie granic) 127 V.D.19 Podziały terenów wiejskich 129 V.D.20 Podziały terenów zurbanizowanych 129 V.D.21 Pomiary miejskie 131 V.D.22 Pomiary katastralne 133 VI.Dowody na ustalenie granicy 135 VI.A.1 Ogólne informacje w zakresie dowodów 135 VI.A.2 Rodzaje dowodów zbieranych przez mierniczych 135 VI.A.3 Prawo dowodów 137 VI.A.4 Stopień wiarygodności dowodu 137 VI.A.5 Znaczenie dowodów pisemnych 139 VI.A.6 Znaczenie oświadczeń jako dowodów 139 VI.A.7 Podsumowanie dowodów pisemnych i słownych 139 VI.A.8 Znaczenie graniczników jako dowodów 141 VI.A.9 Pomiar jako dowód 141 VI.A.10 Szkice polowe 143 VI.A.11 Mierniczy przed sądem 143 VII.Profesjonalizm i etyka w miernictwie 145 VII.A.1 Ogólne problemy profesjonalizmu 145 VII.A.2 Miernictwo jako zawód 147 VII.A.3 Etyka w miernictwie 147 VII.A.4 Zasady etyki w miernictwie 149 3.Angielsko-polski mini-słownik wyrazów kluczowych 155 4.Spis pytań 173 5.Pytania i odpowiedzi 181 6.Zakończenie 225 Bibliografia 226


Mapping - 2826662157

457,92 zł

Mapping Wiley-Blackwell (an imprint of John Wiley & Sons...

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Mapping: A Critical Introduction to Cartography and GIS is an introduction to the critical issues surrounding mapping and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) across a wide range of disciplines for the non-specialist reader. Examines the key influences Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and cartography have on the study of geography and other related disciplines Represents the first in-depth summary of the "new cartography" that has appeared since the early 1990s Provides an explanation of what this new critical cartography is, why it is important, and how it is relevant to a broad, interdisciplinary set of readers Presents theoretical discussion supplemented with real-world case studies Brings together both a technical understanding of GIS and mapping as well as sensitivity to the importance of theory


Spatial Data Analysis - 2826982139

236,80 zł

Spatial Data Analysis Springer

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

The availability of spatial databases and widespread use of geographic information systems has stimulated increasing interest in the analysis and modelling of spatial data. Spatial data analysis focuses on detecting patterns, and on exploring and modelling relationships between them in order to understand the processes responsible for their emergence. In this way, the role of space is emphasised , and our understanding of the working and representation of space, spatial patterns, and processes is enhanced. In applied research, the recognition of the spatial dimension often yields different and more meaningful results and helps to avoid erroneous conclusions. This book aims to provide an introduction into spatial data analysis to graduates interested in applied statistical research. The text has been structured from a data-driven rather than a theory-based perspective, and focuses on those models, methods and techniques which are both accessible and of practical use for graduate students. Exploratory techniques as well as more formal model-based approaches are presented, and both area data and origin-destination flow data are considered.


Oracle Solaris Cluster Essentials - 2826908345

214,40 zł

Oracle Solaris Cluster Essentials PEARSON

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Thousands of IT organizations have adopted clustering to improve the availability of mission-critical software services. Today, with the rapid growth of cloud computing environments, clustering is even more crucial. Oracle(R) Solaris Cluster Essentials is a comprehensive, authoritative guide to the industry's most stable, robust clustering platform: Oracle Solaris Cluster. This book covers both Oracle Solaris Cluster 3.2 and Oracle Solaris Cluster Geographic Edition in thorough detail, offering start-to-finish lifecycle guidance for planning, implementation, management, and troubleshooting. Written by Oracle Solaris Cluster expert Tim Read, this book covers both high availability and disaster recovery features, and offers in-depth guidance for both Oracle and non-Oracle database environments. It also presents several example implementations that can be used to quickly construct effective proofs-of-concept. Whether you're new to clustering or upgrading from older solutions, this book brings together all the information you'll need to maximize the value, reliability, and performance of any Oracle Solaris Cluster environment. You'll learn how to * Understand Oracle Solaris Cluster's product features and architecture, and their implications for design and performance * Establish requirements and design clustered systems that meet them * Master best practices for integrating clustering with virtualization technologies * Implement proven disaster recovery planning techniques * Efficiently maintain Oracle Solaris Cluster environments Part of the Oracle Solaris System Administration Series, Oracle(R) Solaris Cluster Essentials combines a complete technology introduction and hands-on guide for every architect, administrator, and IT manager responsible for high availability and business continuity.


Advanced Distance Sampling - 2826742880

185,76 zł

Advanced Distance Sampling Oxford University Press

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

This advanced text focuses on the uses of distance sampling to estimate the density and abundance of biological populations. It addresses new methodologies, new technologies and recent developments in statistical theory and is the follow up companion to Introduction to Distance Sampling (OUP, 2001). In this text, a general theoretical basis is established for methods of estimating animal abundance from sightings surveys, and a wide range of approaches to analysis of sightings data is explored. These approaches include: modelling animal detectability as a function of covariates, where the effects of habitat, observer, weather, etc. on detectability can be assessed; estimating animal density as a function of location, allowing for example animal density to be related to habitat and other locational covariates; estimating change over time in populations, a necessary aspect of any monitoring programme; estimation when detection of animals on the line or at the point is uncertain, as often occurs for marine populations, or when the survey region has dense cover; survey design and automated design algorithms, allowing rapid generation of sound survey designs using geographic information systems; adaptive distance sampling methods, which concentrate survey effort in areas of high animal density; passive distance sampling methods, which extend the application of distance sampling to species that cannot be readily detected in sightings surveys, but can be trapped; and testing of methods by simulation, so that performance of the approach in varying circumstances can be assessed.


Getting Started with GIS - 2827056146

335,84 zł

Getting Started with GIS Pearson Education (US)

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Designed to make this high-tech field accessible to beginning students, this text provides a basic introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS). It uses a "learn-by-seeing" approach that features explanations, illustrations, and generic practice labs for use with GIS softwares. It also contains laboratory assignments for ArcView 8.


szukaj w Kangoo krainaksiazek introduction to geographic information systems 20129019

Sklepy zlokalizowane w miastach: Warszawa, Kraków, Łódź, Wrocław, Poznań, Gdańsk, Szczecin, Bydgoszcz, Lublin, Katowice

Szukaj w sklepach lub całym serwisie

1. Sklepy z krainaksiazek pl introduction to geographic information systems 20129019

2. Szukaj na wszystkich stronach serwisu

t1=0.085, t2=0, t3=0, t4=0.017, t=0.085

Dla sprzedawców

copyright © 2005-2016  |  made by Internet Software House DOTCOM RIVER