Geographic information analysis - Past and trends

Danlin Yu, Jingyuan Yin, Feiyue Ye

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Abstract

Effectively analyzing geographic information has attracted renewed attention in a wide range of fields, especially in urban studies. The specific characteristics of geographic information make the analysis of geographic information rather unique. In this review, we discuss the unique characteristics of geographic information and introduce some classical and new techniques in analyzing geographic information. In particular, we pay specific attention to analyzing spatial heterogeneity that inherently exists in geographic information, specifically regressed relationships using geographic information. The extension of analyzing spatial heterogeneity of geographic information in a temporal context is discussed as well. This review echoes a belief that one of the major tasks of analyzing geographic information is to develop new methods to help understand the everincreasing volume of geographic information better. We hope this review serves as a start for interested scholars to energetically seek better analytical techniques to get more insights of what geographic information can offer.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIET International Conference on Smart and Sustainable City, ICSSC 2011
Number of pages1
Edition582 CP
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Dec 2011
EventIET International Conference on Smart and Sustainable City, ICSSC 2011 - Shanghai, China
Duration: 6 Jul 20118 Jul 2011

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NameIET Conference Publications
Number582 CP
Volume2011

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OtherIET International Conference on Smart and Sustainable City, ICSSC 2011
CountryChina
CityShanghai
Period6/07/118/07/11

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Keywords

  • GIS
  • Past and trends
  • Spatial analysis

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Yu, D., Yin, J., & Ye, F. (2011). Geographic information analysis - Past and trends. In IET International Conference on Smart and Sustainable City, ICSSC 2011 (582 CP ed.). (IET Conference Publications; Vol. 2011, No. 582 CP). https://doi.org/10.1049/cp.2011.0289
Yu, Danlin ; Yin, Jingyuan ; Ye, Feiyue. / Geographic information analysis - Past and trends. IET International Conference on Smart and Sustainable City, ICSSC 2011. 582 CP. ed. 2011. (IET Conference Publications; 582 CP).
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Yu, D, Yin, J & Ye, F 2011, Geographic information analysis - Past and trends. in IET International Conference on Smart and Sustainable City, ICSSC 2011. 582 CP edn, IET Conference Publications, no. 582 CP, vol. 2011, IET International Conference on Smart and Sustainable City, ICSSC 2011, Shanghai, China, 6/07/11. https://doi.org/10.1049/cp.2011.0289

Geographic information analysis - Past and trends. / Yu, Danlin; Yin, Jingyuan; Ye, Feiyue.

IET International Conference on Smart and Sustainable City, ICSSC 2011. 582 CP. ed. 2011. (IET Conference Publications; Vol. 2011, No. 582 CP).

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