A Path through Recent GIS Literature
Author(s): Sandra Lach Arlinghaus
Source: Geographical Review, Vol. 86, No. 1, (Jan., 1996), pp. 101-107
Published by: American Geographical Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/215144

This article contains a comparative review of nine books on geographical information systems. The books are: Bringing Geographical Information Systems into Business, 1994, by David J. Grimshaw; Managing Geographic Information System Projects, by William E. Huxhold and Allan G. Levinsohn; Managing Geographic Information Systems, by Nancy J. Obermeyer and Jeffrey K. Pinto; Introduction to Disjunctive Kriging and Non-linear Geostatistics, by Jacques Rivoirard; Network and Discrete Location: Models, Algorithms, and Applications, by Mark S. Daskin; Neural Nets: Applications in Geography, edited by Bruce C. Hewitson and Robert G. Crane; Ground Truth: The Social Implications of Geographic Information Systems, edited by John Pickles; Thematic Mapping from Satellite Imagery: A Guidebook, edited by Jean Denegre; and The AGI Source Book for Geographic Information Systems 1995, edited by David R. Green and David Rix.

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