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  • The Metro Angeles Department Of City Planning

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    Los Angeles I had to rely on different sources, but mainly the Sanborn maps and the Los Angeles Times helped me a lot. Though I must say that I used other sources like the Los Angeles Department of City Planning’s OHR’s “How-to” Guide to conducting Historical Research, the Sanborn maps gave more the much-needed information on the historical development of the site (Los Angeles Department of City Planning p1). Furthermore, by using the maps and other resources I gained a lot of experience, especially

  • The Origins, History, Value, and Future of Cartography

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    design maps in ways never imagined before. Computer programmes exist that allow for different types of data to be stored so that accurate representations can be formed. It has been said that,”Maps are pictures of the world’s land surface, showing its features, resources and the way it has been developed.” (Bondi, et al., 1977) Origins and History The beginnings of Cartography It has been said that Cartography originated thousands of years ago. Wall paintings believed to represent a maps of the

  • What Is Mapinfo Software?

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    Mapinfo software uses the vector coordinates for virtual mapping. I was assisted by a land surveyor for collecting the vector coordinates of the area covering the new site. I noted the data provided by the land surveyor based on the GPS receiver as excel (.XLS) format and I updated the vector coordinates in the Mapinfo software. CE1.12 In Mapinfo software, I used Raster image option for generating detailed topographical features and calculating the geographical distances and areas. I implemented

  • Disadvantages Of Map Reduce

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    Map Reduce Introduction: MapReduce is a simple and powerful programming model which enables development of scalable parallel applications to process large amount of data which is scattered on a cluster of machines. The original implementations of Map Reduce framework had some limitations which have been faced by many research follow up work after its introduction. It is gaining a lot of attraction in both research and industrial community as it has the capacity of processing large data. Map reduce

  • Parameterization Essay

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    metric indices. This includes categorical map formatting and setting analysis parameters (sampling strategies and specifying neighbor rule to delineate patches). FRAGSTATS accepts several types of input image data formats, ESRI grid, ArcGIS raster grid, GeoTIFF grid (.tif), ERDAS Imagine grid (.img), SAGA GIS binary format grid (.sdat) and several others. For this study, classified maps with ERDAS Imagine grid (.img) formats used as an input. All input maps were integer grids i.e., each cell assigned

  • Tenth Revision

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    Suman De (2012) details the best practices for establishing ICD-9 and ICD-10 cross-maps in eight steps. First, all systems that utilize ICD-9 codes must be analyzed to identify the specific mapping requirements needed for continued support of those systems (De, 2012). Second, a core mapping team should be formed and consist of knowledgeable

  • The Meaning of Home: An Exploration of Diasporic Literature Essay

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    to her ancestral homeland. This poem, which describes the relocation of an individual from her homeland to the United States, expresses the narrator’s longing for her ancestral homeland. At one point the narrator says, “My dead are not on this map, but sleep elsewhere” (Espaillat 32). This line and those following it (within the same stanza) describing the natural landscape of her homeland express this sense of longing; it shows how –at least in this way-

  • Geographic Information Systems ( Gis )

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    lives. This is why man decided to create the map. For centuries, maps were created by hand to depict various known locations locally or globally. Now, with the advent of new technology, maps can easily be generated by a computer, especially through using GIS (Geographic Information Systems) software. I have always been fascinated by maps, geography, and understanding how everything is arranged in the world. Since GIS allows for the creation of maps depicting the arrangements of an area in the

  • Geographic Information Systems Used For Urban Master Planning For Brown Field

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    It is a spatial attribute of world co-ordinate system. GIS is kind of software in which you can see the entire world spatial map. It is a master plan for re-development of Jamshedpur. GIS is a geographic information system working with maps. It is used for creating maps and compiling geographic data and analyzing mapped information. This geographic information using maps and managing the geographic information in a database. It includes spatial information and attribute information. Spatial information

  • Information Age, All Share A Common Underlying Purpose

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    a great variety of maps available in the information age, all share a common underlying purpose. The fourth edition of Elements of Cartography concisely defines a map’s objective as “to add to the geological understanding of the viewer; it is a carefully designed instrument for recording, calculating, displaying, analyzing and, in general, understanding the interrelation of things in their spatial relationship” (Robinson et al. 1978). This is a truly holistic definition of a map, addressing not only