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  • adj. Of or pertaining to a geographic location, especially data.
  • adj. Describing the combination of spatial software and geographic data.

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  • Finally, attractive and seamless user experience in geospatial web applications.

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  • At the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, he majored in geospatial engineering, a field of geographic mapping, and received his degree in 2004.

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  • This process, called geospatial image registration, integrates different sets of data to produce image products having a more accurate reference system synchronized with map coordinates.

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  • University of Maryland computer science Ph.D. student Paulo S.akarian and computer science Professor V.S. S.brahmanian, together with University of Torino (Italy) computer science Professor Maria-Luisa S.pino developed a new computational technique called geospatial abduction designed to help analysts locate caches of explosive weapons.

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  • Geographic [al] information system (also known as geospatial and consumer statistics and financial transaction processing. information system): System for capturing, storing, analysing, Mbit: Megabit. managing and presenting data and associated attributes that are MCX

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  • V1 says: "This really is an inter­est­ing read and it will undoubt­edly cause one to ask ques­tions about the rela­tion­ship of the word 'geospatial' - and how the two relate.

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  • I know a company in The Netherlands that can produce the same kind of geospatial data and deliver sortlike services.

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  • Since 1992, LizardTech has delivered state-of-the-art software products for managing and distributing massive, high-resolution digital content such as geospatial image data.

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  • This story will look at how technology such as geospatial information systems are being used to support urban and regional mass evacuation plans.

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  • The Geomatics Industry Association of Canada (GIAC) is hosting an Information Outreach Workshop to showcase the vital role that location-based or "geospatial" information - such as digital maps and satellite images - and technologies can play in enhancing public and private sector decision-making and in the management of policy, social, environmental and economic development issues.

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  • geospatial - an adjective - pertaining to position relative to the Earth's surface. "Geospatial data are indexed by location in either two or three dimensions (i.e., latitude, longitude, elevation)".

    August 22, 2009