Temporal gis in geo informatic system free pdf download
Traditional GIS data models emphasize static representations of certainty. Geographic information for a particular area is decomposed into several single-theme layers as regular (raster) or irregular (vector) tessellation models (Frank and Mark, 1991). The se layers constrain GIS abilities to represent dynamic information, such as transitions and motion. Raster cells encode attribute values at every given location with no considerations of the spatial characteristics of the theme they represent.