lecture05 - SpatialDataTypes ModelingattheAbstractLevel(I)

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Spatial Data Types – Modeling at the Abstract Level (I) Task: Identify those point sets of the Euclidean plane IR 2 that are admissible for complex points, complex lines, and complex regions (here: unstructured view) Important concepts needed later for the definition of topological relationships: t i ( bd ( ti ( f ti l bj t interior ( S ), boundary ( S ), exterior ( S ) of a spatial object S Definition of the spatial data type point Interior, boundary, and exterior of a point object
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Spatial Data Types – Modeling at the Abstract Level (II) Definition of the spatial data type line
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Spatial Data Types – Modeling at the Abstract Level (III)
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2009 for the course CIS 6930 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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lecture05 - SpatialDataTypes ModelingattheAbstractLevel(I)

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