SB236D_GIScience Seminar

SB236D_GIScience Seminar - A Bachelors of Science in a...

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SYLLABUS Department of Technology and Built Environment GIScience Seminar 7.5 credits Set by Board of Technology and Built Environment Date 2008-02-06 Valid from 2008-01-21 Course Name GIScience Seminar Depth of study D Level Avancerad nivå Course code SB236D Higher education credits 7.5 credits Subject Area Geomatik Education Area Tekniska området Learning Outcomes On completion of the course, the student should be able to: • Have an understanding of current GIS research, • Present and discuss various research papers in GIS, • Perform a project work reported through a scientific paper. Content • Geographic representations • Ontologies • Geovisualisation • Cartographic generalisation • Location based services • Spatial Data Infrastructures • Spatial Data Quality and Usability Moment Teaching Lectures, project and seminars. Prerequisites Either one of the following
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Unformatted text preview: A Bachelors of Science in a field related to geomatics GIS raster/vector and Remote Sensing and GIS analysis in land management and Scientific theory and writing (or equivalent). Examination 0010 Written examination 2,5 credits 0020 Seminars 2,5 credits 0030 Project work 2,5 credits Grade A, B, C, D, E, Fx, F Notification Certificate of the course is only awarded after completed course and only upon request. Environmental Classification A minor part of the course content deals with environment/sustainable development. Course Literature Warning : Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in C:\Program Files\Apache Group\Apache2\htdocs\kursplaner\bologna\visakurs_eng.php on line 442 Selected scientific literature, downloadable through the university library....
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