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Computer Science computer-aided design (CAD) provides software, techniques for data input, display and visualization, representation, particularly in 3 dimensions advances in computer graphics provide hardware, software for handling and displaying graphic objects, techniques of visualization database management systems (DBMS) contribute methods for representing data in digital form, procedures for system design and handling large volumes of data, particularly access and update artificial intelligence (AI) uses the computer to make choices based on available data in a way that is seen to emulate human intelligence and decision-making - computer can act as an "expert" in such functions as designing maps, generalizing map features o although GIS has yet to take full advantage of AI, AI already provides methods and techniques for system design Mathematics several branches of mathematics, especially geometry and graph theory, are used in GIS system design and analysis of spatial data
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2011 for the course GEB 1011 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Broward College.

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