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Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society
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Volume 14, Issue 4 - Dec 2006
Volume 14, Issue 3 - Nov 2006
Volume 14, Issue 2 - Jul 2006
Volume 14, Issue 1 - Apr 2006
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A Study on Consumer Oriented GIS : GIS 2.0
Kang, Ho-Seok ;
Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society, volume 14, issue 3, 2006, Pages 261~270
With the development and invention of computer and internet, GIS (Geographic Information System) has provided diverse services to users. Web 2.0, the next generation web, has been developed to create a new business by accumulating and structuring information from many users. The characteristics of Web 2.0 are blog, longtail distribution, SNS, DCC, collective intelligence, and so on. This study proposes a GIS 2.0 service model to maximize the introduction effect and use of GIS by the method that two-way communication and the participation of consumer, characteristics of Web 2.0, are used to build more practical GIS rather than providing spatial information in one-way and simple inquiry oriented way.
Semi Automatic Adjustment Method Development of Cadastral Non-coincidence based on knowledge of an expert on Cadastral
Hong, Sung-Eon ; Kim, Hyun-Suk ;
Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society, volume 14, issue 3, 2006, Pages 271~284
This study suggests the adjustment method of cadastral non-coincidence using spatial data referenced digital cadastral map and a present state. In designing the methodology, we should introduce the semi-automatic method for guaranteeing the stability and the accuracy at the arrangement of cadastral non-coincidence based on some cadastral specialist. This study could mainly show you rotation type, bias type, and rotation/bias type among cadastral non-coincidence types. We selected the matching reference point through the prototype system which automatically arranges in the study area. And then, we analysis the optimum rotation ratio(-0.4%). Finally, this paper show you calibrating cadastral non-coincidence using the rotation ratio. The methodology of this study has a limitation for arranging in case of cadastral non-coincidence by the area variation and some irregular types with unknown reason. Therefore, this case should be surveyed in direct method.
Spatial Characteristics of Royal Tombs of Chosun Dynasty - With Satellite Imagery and Geological-Geomorphological Analysis -
Chang, Eun-Mi ; Park, Kyeong ;
Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society, volume 14, issue 3, 2006, Pages 285~297
We aim to investigate the morphological and environmental characteristics of royal tombs of Chosun Dynasty by using GIS technique and remotely-sensed data. Most of the royal tombs are located on the banded gneiss and granite and over the south- and east. facing slopes and have altitudinal ranges of 150 to 200 meters. Due to the time gaps, exact locational preferences of the royal families can not be understood at this moment and also proximity to the running water is hard to be quantified. Close examination of Gwangneung indicates that the artificial modification and weathering have severe impacts on the slope and stone artefacts. The results from this research can be useful to preserve the valueless cultural heritages.
Acquisition of Evidential Information to Control Total Volume in accordance with Degradation Trends of Green Space
Um, Jung-Sup ;
Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society, volume 14, issue 3, 2006, Pages 299~319
This research is primarily intended to investigate the potential of estimating green space threshold in terms of total volume control using degradation trends of green space derived from remote sensing and GIS. An empirical study for a case study site was conducted to demonstrate how a standard remote sensing and GIS technology can be used to assist in estimating the total control volume for green space in terms of area-wide information, spatial resolution and change detection etc. Guidelines for a replicable methodology are presented to provide a strong theoretical basis for the standardization of factors involved in the estimation of the green space threshold; the meaningful definition of land mosaic, redefinition of degradation trends for green space. It was demonstrated that the degradation trends of green space could be used effectively as an indicator to restrict further development of the sites since the visual maps generated from remote sensing and GIS can present area-wide visual evidences by permanent record. It is anticipated that this research output could be used as a valuable reference to support more scientific and objective decision-making in introducing aggregate control of green space.
Level of Detail Data Model for Efficient Data Transmission of 3-D GIS
Lee, Hyun-Suk ; Moon, Jung-Wook ; Li, Ki-Joune ;
Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society, volume 14, issue 3, 2006, Pages 321~334
3D spatial data are of increasing interest in landscape analysis, urban planning and map services based on Web, because of its reality. But the amount of 3D spatial data are very large in comparison with 2D spatial data. Therefore it is necessary to have a efficient methods to transfer and visualize 3D spatial data. The concept of Level of Detail in Computer Graphics is effective. This paper briefly presents two LOD data models of data transmission based on the spatial data model of international standards. First, it is separated LOD model that gives a LOD level to object. Second is Selective LOD model that gives a LOD level to object's element. We compared the efficiency of 3D data transmission based on two LOD model.
A Study on GIS Integration Strategies for the Future u-City Construction
Kim, Eun-Hyung ;
Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society, volume 14, issue 3, 2006, Pages 335~347
The GIS has grown in its quantity as local authorities established the urban information system for better city administration, civilian services and decision-making support services. Recently, local authorities have expressed much interest on the introduction of ubiquitous technology to improve citizens' safety and convenience. This has become the drive behind the construction of ubiquitous city(u-City). Construction of a u-City requires the multitude of information and telecommunication networks and digital contents; the existing information resources need to be put to use in entirety for that end. In that regard, the integration of GIS established and currently operated by local authorities needs to be strategically promoted. This study intends to propose GIS integration strategies in various aspects for the future u-City and directions for the development of urban information systems in the coming of the Ubiquitous Age.
Case Study for Rural Landscape Analysis Used by GIS Technology - Focused on the Jeiu Stone Wall Landscape -
Choi, Yong-Bok ; Chung, Moon-Sub ;
Journal of Korea Spatial Information Society, volume 14, issue 3, 2006, Pages 349~361
New directions on rural policy have been discussed due to the domestic and international environmental changes such as the price degradation of agricultural products, maintenance of rural landscape, and so on. Development of amenity in rural areas has been come out as the one of new policy directions. Amenity defines as, in a very broad way, the public benefits accruing from the condition of a place, such as aesthetic beauty, clean air and water, or good street lighting. Amenity in rural area is referred as a resource with a potential possibility for development. Among them rural landscape is regarded as the one of major resources. In Jeju, particularly, stone wall retains the most esthetic landscape in rural regions. In addition, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism appointed stone wall as the one of important components in rural landscape and one of the 100 national historic symbols. Stone wall in Jeju has its intrinsic and real value and is widespread in rural regions. However, in spite of it's popularity, the landscape of stone wall has been degraded without any concerns and has been partly destroyed. Landscape of stonewall should be maintained and the depth of concerns and systematic management measures for protection should be discussed. In this sense, the purpose of this paper, first of all, is to examine the status of stone wall and to evaluate the landscape of stone wall in Jeju. GIS is used as an analysis tool. Several areas such as Hankyung, Namyeup, and so on in Jeju are selected as the case areas for this study.