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Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies
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Volume 5, Issue 4 - Dec 2002
Volume 5, Issue 3 - Sep 2002
Volume 5, Issue 2 - Jun 2002
Volume 5, Issue 1 - Mar 2002
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A Study on the Generation of Perspective Image View for Stereo Terrain Analysis for the Route Decision of Highway
Yeon, Sang-Ho ; Hong, Ill-Hwa ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 5, issue 3, 2002, Pages 1~8
The technology for the three-dimensional terrain perspective view can be used as an important factor in planning and designing for the various construction projects. In this study, the stereo image perspective view has been generated for the multi-dimension analysis by combining useful digital map and remotely sensed satellite images. In the course of experimenting with the three-dimensional topography generated by the combination of the orthopimage by the precise GCP and DEM from the contour line, the technology has been developed to offer the multi-dimensional access to the potential construction sites from the nearby main roads. This stereo image bird's eye view has made it possible to make multi-dimensional analysis on the terrain, which provides real-time virtual access to the designated construction sites and will be a versatile application for development planning and construction projects.
The Analysis of Landscape Structure due to the Landcover Change - Case Study in Kyongsan City -
Jeong, Seong-Gwan ; Oh, Jeong-Hak ; Park, Kyung-Hun ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 5, issue 3, 2002, Pages 9~18
Landscape, the land mosaics, is combined with human and natural environment. Landuse and landcover changes are an important factor that changes structure and function of regional landscape. In this study, the changes of landcover and landscape structures are examined in Kyongsan between 1985 and 1997, using Landsat TM images and landscape indices. The results of this study are as follows; First, according to the classification of landcover, forest and agriculture areas have decreased as a result of urban expansion. Second, forest fragmentation has been brought by development; So forest healthiness has weakened. It is proved that urban expansion has happened in agriculture land. Third, a variety of landuse types around forest have changed from agriculture-oriented types to the ones mixed with urban and agriculture areas between 1985 and 1997.
Comparison of Topographical Parameter for DTED and Grid DEM from 1:50,000 Digital Map
Kim, Yeon-Jun ; Shin, Ke-Jong ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 5, issue 3, 2002, Pages 19~32
Topographic information is indispensable in the applications that require elevational data. These applications are exemplified by watershed partition, extraction of drainage networks, viewshed analysis, derivation of geomorphologic features, quantification of landslide-terrain, and identification of topographic settings susceptible to landsliding. Therefore, we study the accuracy of data on topographic parameters derived from digital elevation models(DEMs). This research wished to analyze the effect that data source and grid size get in topography parameter using gridded DEM. An analysis of topography parameter extract and compared drainage basin, watershed slope, stream network using DEM is constructed by digital map and DTED DEM. Especially, when extract stream network from gridded DEM, received much effects according to threshold value of flowaccumulation regardless of DEM grid size. Therefore, this study applied equal threshold value of flowaccumulation for two data sources, and compare and analyzed stream network.
Development of Management System for a Drainage Basin using Spatial Information
Shin, Sha-Chul ; Kim, Seong-Joon ; Chae, Hyo-Sok ; Kwon, Gi-Ryang ; Lee, Yun-Ah ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 5, issue 3, 2002, Pages 33~44
The water resources information system of a watershed should be set up to understand the water management problems with reflecting basin characteristics for the effective water use. This study is to develop a watershed management system to be operated in water resources and water quality management. In order to promote effective utilization of this system, the various kinds of information data are collected, and this system could be utilized as a valuable tool for maximum uses of them. The information system developed in this study is constructed with GUI(graphic user interface) system using Arc-View and Visual Basic at the circumstances based on the PC. The integrated GIS and Remote Sensing based system is directed to the need for more detailed information on watershed management. The ability to present system clearly provides an indispensable tool for a river basin development and water management plan.
A Study on the Urban Planning Information System under the Paradigm Shift of Urban Planning
Choi, Bong-Moon ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 5, issue 3, 2002, Pages 45~54
The purposes of this paper are to review the shifts and changes in urban planning environment, and to grasp how the new 'National and Urban Planning Law' accommodates these changes. In order to accomplish proposed schemes, I suggest that the following three details should be considered for the proper way of Urban Planning Information System(UPIS) from the beginning stage. First, new techniques are required to realize the new concepts in 'National and Urban Planning Law' with GIS and constructed DB by NGIS, as planning support systems. Second, the status of UPIS rises to the highest status among land-related information systems. Third, to adapt the UPIS to the decision support system, the restructuring of urban planning itself should be proceeded under considering the changes of concepts, paradigms and techniques.
Asset-based Mapping Approach to Design for Poverty Informations
Liou, Jaeik ; Kim, Jae-Yun ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 5, issue 3, 2002, Pages 55~67
Various researches and practices on asset management and asset-based mapping have been done with regard to engineering, industry, business and stocks marketing areas. Their notions and concepts are differently interpreted in response to different requirements. There are considerable research outcomes of management, operation and maintenance for physical, natural and digital assets. However, existing concept of asset management might have limitations to deal with diverse tangible or intangible assets at the individual/household/community level. In this paper, a conceptual framework of Hexad asset model is designed to explicate increase, decrease and other changes of assets flows as a geometric pathway. Particularly, consideration of lands and housing as important physical and natural assets to escape poverty not only leads to creation of an excellent 3D digital asset management, but also reaches to a new approach to asset-based mapping for a poverty information management and system.
Utilizing Internet GIS for Cyber Governance
Kim, Kwang Ju ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 5, issue 3, 2002, Pages 68~76
As modern public administrations are constructing homepages based on GIS and enhancing public services through interactive communication with their citizens, cyber governance and internet GIS have been conglomerated more than before. As such, the transformation from 'GIS for public management' to 'Internet GIS for cyber governance' is in progress. In the future, cyber governance based on Internet GIS can be a new paradigm for public management. The aim of this study is to look for the applications of internet GISs for cyber governance. For this purpose, the study examines characteristics of cyber governance and internet GIS and analyses similarities between them. Based on this analysis, the study proposes various ways of applying internet GISs for cyber governance.
A Study on GIS Component Classification considering Functional/Non-Functional Elements
Jo, Yun-Won ; Jo, Myung-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 5, issue 3, 2002, Pages 77~86
Recently software industry in GIS(geographic information system) becomes an interesting issue by performing a large scale of national GIS application development as well as even small unit of FMS(facility management system). Also, there exist many cases to combine GIS with various business domains such as MIS(marketing information system), CNS(car navigation system) and ITS(intelligent transportation system). In this situation, in order to develop an efficient and useful GIS application for a short term, there must be a deep consideration of not only developing GIS component but also managing GIS component. In fact, even though there exist many certain components having high reusability, excellent interoperability and good quality, their reusability may be reduced because of their difficulty to access in a certain repository. Therefore, it is important to classify components having common characteristic based on their particular rule with reflecting their functionality and non-functionality before cataloging them. Here, there are two non-functional classification categories discussed such as GIS content-dependent metadata and GIS content-independent metadata. This cataloged components will help application developers to select easily their desired components. Moreover, new components may be easily producted by modifying and combining previous components. Finally, the original goal of all this effort can be defined through obtaining high reusability and interoperability of GIS component.
Calculation of Pollutant Loads and Simulation of Water Quality in Juam Lake Watershed using GIS
Kim, Chul ; Kim, Souk-Gyu ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 5, issue 3, 2002, Pages 87~98
Point & nonpoint source pollutant loads were calculated in Juam lake watershed using GIS, and water quality was simulated using water quality model. Point source pollutant loads were estimated using the unit pollutant loads presented by the Ministry of Environment(MOE, 1998). Nonpoint source pollutant loads were estimated using the value of the direct runoff multiplied by expected mean concentration. The direct runoff was calculated using SCS curve number method. Water quality simulation was conducted using WASP model(2001) developed by U.S. EPA. In order to apply the model, Juam lake watershed was divided into 44 subbasins according to slope, elevation, soil type, landuse and precipitation. Then the model was applied to one subbasin. Simulation results were compared to observed values and the result should good agreement with each other.
Application Method of GIS for Planning of Forest Road Network
Jeon, Kwon-Seok ; Ma, Ho-Seop ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 5, issue 3, 2002, Pages 99~106
The application method of GIS for planning of forest road network can be save the efforts and cost by frequently change of forest road and evaluation the forest road route before construction. The purpose of this study is to suggest the proper method for planning an optimal forest road network in mountains forest using geographic information system(GIS) in the national forest of Mt. Kumsan at Namhae-gun, Gyungsangnam-do. In the forest road network planning by the minimum longitudinal gradient, The total length was 20.41km, and road density was 6.92m/ha. In the forest road network planning by mixed with the minimum longitudinal gradient and the maximization of investment effect, The total length was 21.15km, and road density was higher than that of the minimum longitudinal gradient as 7.17m/ha. The road length overlapped by cost path was more short than 3.52m/ha of the minimum longitudinal gradient as 1.73km. So, it appeared that forest road has an high effectiveness in yarding function. Therefore, it considered that the geographic information system could provide an effective and resonable solutions for planning of optimal forest road network.
Lessons from the Application of GIS for Local Government - Some Examples from Korea and Australia -
Peterson, Jim ; Kim, Chang Hwan ; Yoo, Jae Yong ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 5, issue 3, 2002, Pages 107~117
Public policy responses to the digital/information revolution and the micro-economic reforms that it facilitates have inspired exploration of the scope for local government implementation of digital spatial data handling(DSDH) of information relating to, among other things, asset inventory, environmental and utility management, address management, and planning. The results from these explorations are such that few doubt the value of bringing the public policies to practice, but diffusion rate and pattern of the approaches demonstrated by the scoping experiments will reflect institutional/cultural matters, indicators of the relative significance of which might be at least partly predicted from appraisal of case studies. This argument is exemplified by reference to case studies in adoption of DSDH by local government organizations in Korea and in Australia.
The Construction of Forest Fire Prevention System in Korea
Kim, Hyun-Sik ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 5, issue 3, 2002, Pages 118~125