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Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society
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The Korean Association of Geographic Inforamtion Studies
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Volume 12, Issue 4 - Dec 2004
Volume 12, Issue 3 - Nov 2004
Volume 12, Issue 2 - Jul 2004
Volume 12, Issue 1 - Apr 2004
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Strategy for Application of Geospatial One-Stop (GOS) in Korea
Kyung Won-Choi ; Kiyun Yu ; Jung Ok-Kim ;
Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society, volume 12, issue 4, 2004, Pages 299~305
According to the facility of effective search and user-friendly access to various spatial data by building GIS, the demand for application of information and social effect has been increased. To meet such domestic demands, it has become necessary to develop local, regional, and global SDI(Spatial Data Infrastructure) which can support discovery, access, and use of spatial information in the decision-making process. Many developed countries are implementing and managing GSDI in accordance with their state and purpose. There are two typical international cases; U.S. Geospatial One-Stop and European Geo-Portal. These systems are observed the international standards so they provide standardization and interoperability of GI. In domestic cases, however, each sector is managing separately geospatial data management systems. From this point of view, this paper proposed implementation approaches of GOS that can provide interchange of geospatial information between supplier and user. This paper focused on standardization, considered technical and political factors and analyzed two cases of GOS such as U.S. and Europe cases into our spatial information environments. It is possible to search and access geospatial data effectively by introducing GOS. In addition, it is possible to promote popularization of geospatial information and development of GIS industy.
A GML Data Storage Method for Spatial Databases
Jeung Ho-young ; Park Soo-hong ;
Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society, volume 12, issue 4, 2004, Pages 307~319
Managing GML data in traditional database systems is not efficient since It has not only characteristics of spatial data but also features of (semi) structured n documents. XML enabled database systems can manage U data efficiently, however they cannot handle spatial data. Spatial database systems are good at spatial data handling but those are inefficient for XML data. This paper proposes a storage method of GML data for spatial database systems in order to solve the problems. The proposed method generates spatial database schemas from GML application schemas and store GML data into SDBMS through the generated schemas. A prototype of the storage method has been implemented on the Postgre SQ/SPE system to show the proposed method is appropriate for storing GML data. As a result, the implemented system was able to store various GML data which had diverse XML structures and different size. Stored data size was smaller than GML files. Furthermore, spatial, non-spatial, and mixed content queries could be performed over the stored GML data as quickly.
Application of GIS Technique for Fire Drill in Hillside Area
Chung Yeong-Jin ;
Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society, volume 12, issue 4, 2004, Pages 321~328
The purpose of this study is to describe 3-Dimensional technique to obtain spatial information automatically using PhotoModeler Pro. PhotoModeler Pro is excellent software with the three-dimensional measurement function used by a personal computer using Windows operating system However, it is not sufficient to carry out the automatic matching work with two stereo images. This is very large neck as a 3-D measurement software. In this study, the automatic stereo matching work using the self-making program and DDE interface within PhotoModeler Pro was tried. The experiment field is the hillside and stair zone of Tateyama region, Nagasaki City. The results of automatic stereo matching work were very good with
hitting ratio of target.
River Water Environmental Management System by Construction of Early Warning System - A Comparative Study on Korea and Japan.
Kang Sang-Hyeok ;
Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society, volume 12, issue 4, 2004, Pages 329~337
Typhoons Rusa (2002) and Maemi (2003) struck Kangwon and Gyeongnam provinces of Korea and caused the most extensive flood damages ever blown since the foundation of Meteorological Agency in 1927. Many cities are inundated, crippling the critical facilities and resulting In high irreversible losses of human lives, and damages to infrastructures. These kinds of flood damages were among the worst natural disaster that Korean people experienced. In order to reduce flood damage, it is necessary to investigate how to use the information of water environment during the rainfall disaster. Therefore as per the result of this study, we have suggested few but effective countermeasures for controlling the flooding damages and also the advancements in the areas of disaster information dissemination and early warning system for water environmental management by using optical fiber system in Japan are discussed.
Analysis of Outlier Effects on Spatial Indices
Kim Si-Wan ; Kim Kyoung-Sook ; Li Ki-Joune ;
Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society, volume 12, issue 4, 2004, Pages 339~349
Outliers in spatial databases uuluence on the performance of spatial indexing methods including R-tree. They enlarge the size and overlapping area of MBRs in R-tree which are important factors in determining the performance. In this paper, we give an analysis of outlier effects on R-tree by analytical and experimental work, and propose a method for properly handling outliers. Our experimental results show that our method improves about 15 percents of the performance.
Airborne video as a remote sensor for environmental monitoring of linear infrastructure: a case study and review
Um Jung-Sup ;
Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society, volume 12, issue 4, 2004, Pages 351~370
At present, environmental monitoring of linear infrastructure is based mainly on field sampling. The 'integrated mapping' approach has received only limited attention from field scientists. The increased environmental regulation of corridor targets has required remote sensing research to develop a sensor or technique for targets ranging from 15 m to 100 m in swath width. In an attempt to identify the optimal remote sensing system for linear targets, an overview is provided of the application requirements and the technology currently available. The relative limitation of traditional remote sensing systems in such a linear application is briefly discussed. It is noted that airborne video could provide, in a cost-effective manner, information required for a very narrow and long strip target utilising the narrow view angle and dynamic stereo coverage. The value of this paper is warranted in proposing a new concept of video infrastructure monitoring as a future research direction in the recognition of sensor characteristics and limitations.
Performance Analysis of Real-Time Kinematic GPS Positioning using Continuous Operating Reference Station
Lee In-Su ; Lee Jae-One ; An Sang-Jun ;
Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society, volume 12, issue 4, 2004, Pages 371~382
Continuously Operating Reference Stations (CORS) provides GPS measurements to support high accuracy CPS positioning. The CORS improves GPS positioning productivity by eliminating the requirement for GPS users to operate two receivers. Previously, this is achieved by providing data from CORS to users in post-mission mode. However, the efficiency of the CORS will be maximized by upgrading it in real-time operation using RTK-GPS surveying because users can obtain centimeter-level accuracy in real-time without operating their own reference stations. In this research, authors extracted the arbitrary point's coordinate which is using GPS CORS data, now served in RINEX FORMAT via Internet, with observation network of the existing triangulation and GPS CORS data. And then, RTK GPS was performed with this arbitrary point as reference station.