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Title: A survey on ontologydriven geographic information systems
Authors: Siricharoen, W.V. 
Pakdeetrakulwong, U. 
Keywords: Data integration;Geographic Information Systems;Ontology
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Scopus
University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
Source: W.V. Siricharoen, U. Pakdeetrakulwong (2014) A survey on ontologydriven geographic information systems. 2014 4th International Conference on Digital Information and Communication Technology and Its Applications, 180-185.
Conference: 2014 4th International Conference on Digital Information and Communication Technology and Its Applications 
2014 4th International Conference on Digital Information and Communication Technology and Its Applications 
Abstract: Geographic Information Systems (GIS) have become widely used for capturing, storing, integrating, analyzing and displaying various types of geospatial data. They have been applied to several fields such as transportation, education, business, tourism, urban planning, etc. Nowadays, with the advancement of GIS technological tools in capturing and storing geographic data, it leads to the challenge in managing data from diverse sources and storing in different formats at different levels of detail. In another word, two or more applications sharing data that represent the same thing may cause different types of heterogeneity problems. To enable GIS interoperability and data management, ontologies which are considered as powerful tools for information sharing, information processing and information integration are utilized in this context. This paper discusses howontologies can be employed to resolve heterogeneities in order to enhance interoperability and support geospatial data sharing and reuse as well as facilitate decision making in GIS domain.
URI: https://scholar.utcc.ac.th/handle/6626976254/3457
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