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A Framework for Information Systems

By Robert W and Stokesand Giancarlo Marucci


(GISS) can be defined as complex combinations of “hardware, software, data, organizations and institutional arrangements for collecting, storing, analyzing, and disseminating information about areas of the earth.’ ” While this technology has been successfully applied to resource management problems, the application of GIS to transportation problems~ommonly known as GIS-T—is relatively new. By virtue of their ability to conduct spatial analyses, GISS are ideally suited for use in many of the transportation management systems mandated by th

Year: 1974
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