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Title: Geographic representation in location intelligence problems analysis: the geo-element mapping chart
Authors: Ioannilli, Maria
Mastrodonato, Stefano Luigi
Keywords: GIS
location intelligence
model management system
spatial analysis
Issue Date: 31-Aug-2009
Abstract: Purpose - The present research has three major aims: to examine the concept of geographic information in business application through a critical review of different definitions and conceptualization that, from several views, literature and business applied sectors present; to individuate a logical framework to support the decomposition of spatial analysis models used to support business decision making, and a conceptualization scheme to help the user/analyst to gain insight into geographic representation inherent in location intelligence applications; finally, to apply the framework proposed to some common location intelligence problem statements to evaluate its meaningfulness. Design/methodology/approach – This research critically reviews existing literature of business application of Geographic Information Systems; it adopts the Beguin-Thisse framework of geographic space to focus on how is representation of geography included in spatial analysis techniques and models used to afford...
Description: 18. ciclo
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2108/1061
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