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Conference Papers Year : 2002

On geographical and temporal data production analysis


In this paper, one shows an important element of the education in geomantic and geographic sciences: The one education of the production of the spatiotemporal geographic information and the generation of system of information and its didactic. The capacity, which is given in the post-graduate tuition to the students and young researchers in the production of geographic information and the construction of real temporal and information geographic systems respond in a necessity. Possess a georeferenced and spatiotemporal information able to answer a demand in a societal and commercial which in many cases is absent. Answer this requirement which is the capacity to acquire the geographic information production methods and the build of geographic information system imposes to proceed to the education of three corpora’s put constantly in interaction: The remote sensing, the geographic information systems, the spatial statistics and the sampling techniques and the local geographic knowledge databases, the education being made in a constant interactivity. The remote sensing data being able to for example enrich, update or re-localize demographic databases aim and overturned. At the same time, it asks a question that is still too rarely approached or studied in the corpus education, which is the science of the geographic information. It poses the question of the semiology and the semantic transfer. It holds however a central positions in the production system of spatiotemporal information and knowledge about the territory.
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hal-01754041 , version 1 (30-03-2018)


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Sébastien Gadal, Jean-Paul Gilg. On geographical and temporal data production analysis. Third European GIS Education Seminar, Sep 2002, Girona, Spain. ⟨hal-01754041⟩
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