By Tang X. (Ed), Kainz W. (Ed)

Advancements in geographic info expertise have raised the expectancies of clients. A static map is not any longer adequate; there's now call for for a dynamic illustration. Time is of serious value while working on real-world geographical phenomena, specially whilst those are dynamic. Researchers within the box of temporal geographical details platforms (TGIS) were constructing equipment of incorporating time into geographical info structures. Spatio-temporal research embodies spatial modeling, spatio-temporal modeling, spatial reasoning, and knowledge mining. Advances in Spatio-Temporal research contributes to the sector of spatio-temporal research, proposing leading edge rules and examples that mirror present growth and achievements.

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Therefore, the radial positional error interval has been proposed as being more practical for describing the errors at the vertices of a polygon. The results of a case study have demonstrated that the intersecting points of the sides of the original polygon have a higher accuracy than the vertices of the intersecting sides of the original polygon. Furthermore, it is also shown that the number of vertices and the error at the vertices of a polygon are two major factors that may affect the accuracy of parameters of the polygon, such as its perimeter and area.

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1). The broad applications of computers in geological fields such as oil and mining urgently need 3 DGM. Because of geological complexity, uncertainty and limitations of available useful data (Turner 1989, Kelk 1992, Simon 1994, Mallet 1997), 3 DGM is a complicated process. The complex spatial topological relationships of geological bodies have to be maintained, especially in multi-solid modelling. Therefore, the use of geological knowledge in 3 DGM is very important, even a pre-requisite in many cases.

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