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Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society
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Volume 1, Issue 1 - Sep 1993
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Extended Storage Management System for Spatial Data Processing
Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society, volume 1, issue 1, 1993, Pages 7~16
Current computer technologies developing. our requirements are changing from simple alpha-numeric processing to graphic and image. spatial data processing which are easy for user to understand and use. Geographic information system is a kind of spatial database system that can not only print out the data in the form of maps but also manipulate. store. retrieve. and analyze the geographic data. It is efficient system
Design of The Geographic Information Database Structure for Census Mapping
Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society, volume 1, issue 1, 1993, Pages 17~28
In order to minimize vectorizing tasks, which require huge reso¬urces and time and to support the census mapping effectively, the geographic information databases structure has been studied. The steps of the new approach are as follows. : Step 1, Scanning the maps of the whole country and storing the image data in raster format. Step 2, Vectorizing the data of specific items for Census operation such as Enume¬ration District, and then linking to attribute data in the text format. Step 3, Designing the database with a Tile and Multi-layer structure to make a continuous map logically. Step 4, Implement Censlls Mapping System(CMS) for efficient mapping and retrieving. As a consequence of this study, the cost, manpower and time effectiveness was proved and it was confirmed to produce lIseful and high-qual ified maps for the Census. In the future, this system wi II be able to provide many organizations and individuals with the various data based on geographical statistical information.
Strategy of establishing Nation-wide GIS in Korea
Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society, volume 1, issue 1, 1993, Pages 29~38
Each office developped GIS for their own purpose recantly. But many cases, establ ished in some local government off ices, were found not to perform properly. The main problem is to integrate different offices' systems. Also. accurate nation-wide digital basemap database does not exist in Korea. To solve these problems, the suggestions are following:
develop the nation¬wide digital basemap database to increase the effectiveness of GIS,
make the database with standardized format,
educate and train people to be spcialist,
make laws and regulations to share and to integrate database.
Urban Nonpoint Source Pollution Assessment Using A Geographical Information System
;Stephen J. Ventura;Paul M. Harris;Peter G. Thum;Jeffrey Prey;
Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society, volume 1, issue 1, 1993, Pages 39~53
A geographical information systems(GIS) was a useful aid in the assessment of urban nonpoint source pollution and the development of a pollution control strategy. The GIS was used for data integration and display, and to provide data for a nonpoint source model. An empirical nonpoint source loading model driven by land use was used to estimate pollutant loadings of priority pollutant. Pollutant loadings were estimated at fine spatial resolution and aggregated to storm sewer drainage basins(sewershedsl. Eleven sewersheds were generated from digital versions of sewer maps. The pollutant loadings of individual land use polygons, derived as the unit of analysis from street blocks, were aggregated to get total pollutant loading within each sewershed. Based on the model output, a critical sewershed was located. Pollutant loadings at major sewer junctions within the critical sewershed were estimated to develop a mi t igat ion strategy. Two approaches based on the installat ion of wet ponds were investigated -- a regional approach using one large wet pond at the major sewer outfall and a multi-site approach using a number of smaller sites for each major sewer junction. Cost analysis showed that the regional approach would be more cost effective, though it would provide less pollution control.
A Study on Introducing Parcel-Based Land Information System
Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society, volume 1, issue 1, 1993, Pages 55~61
The need for unified graphic base with high accuracy for nation¬wide is emerging since many facility management organizations and local governments have been taking steps for introducing facility management systems from the late of 1980's. A major finding of the above efforts was the importance of establishment of National Land Information System supporting all land management and use, administration purpose and effective decision-making. So to meet the recent need and to prepare future information society, a study is going on progress for in t roduc i ng Parce I-Based Land In forma t ion Sys tern based on I arge-sca I e cadastral graphic data and parcel information, capable to link with admini¬stration, communication, statistics etc.
Conceptualization-oriented Spatial Decision Support System for III-structured Problems
Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society, volume 1, issue 1, 1993, Pages 63~72
The purpose of this research is to determine how the present use of Geographic Information Systems (GISs) can be improved for ill-structured problems in planning and design, While information-oriented GIS technology has proven useful for routine and administrative problems, it is not yet capable of providing information and knowledge interactively within a problem solving process that can be characterized as "ill-structured." This suggests that GIS technology must be embedded wi thin a large problem solving process for ill-structured problems. The hypothesis of this research is that implementation of conceptualization-oriented Spatial Decision Support Systems(SDSSs) will significantly improve the use of GIS technology for ill-structured problems.
A Study for Model Curricula Development, in GIS(Geographic Information Science)
Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society, volume 1, issue 1, 1993, Pages 73~87
This paper reviews the topic of GIS, the academic setting of GIS, GIS model curricula and the possibility GIS education in Korea. The topics which might be included in a science of geographic information consist of data collection and measurement, data capture, spatial statistics, data modeling and theories of spatial data, data structures, algorithms and processes, display, analytical tools, institutional, managerial and ethical issues. The problems in teaching a course on GIS in higher education are reviewed. Because of their technological, integrative, and rapidly changing nature, GIS pose major challenges to their education system which it is ill equipped to meet. In higher education a number of initiatives have been taken to provide education about and training with, GIS. The possible GIS curricula are suggested. These curricula are divided into 3 major sections, relating GIS context, technical issues and application issues. The prospects of GIS appears lo depend largely upon the future cooperation of academia, government, and industry.
Analysis of Regional Geologic hazards using GIS
Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society, volume 1, issue 1, 1993, Pages 89~94
GIS was appl ied for analysis of the potfnt ial degree of regional geologic hazard, expecially landslide, in the suburb of Seoul city. Potential elements causing a landslide are geology, slope geometry, groundwater, soil property, rainfall and vegetation etc. These factors were incorporated through GIS in order to predict the potential hazards, and to produce a regional geologic hazard map in the study area, For this study, ARC/INFO and ERDAS systems were used in SUN4-390 workstation.
"미국 토지정보시스템"에 대하여
Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society, volume 1, issue 1, 1993, Pages 95~98