Encyclopedia of Geographic Information Science
“Most of the topics in this encyclopedia will remain important for years to come. Many of the topics here are germane to geography such as the Modifiable Areal Unit Problem, spatial autocorrelation, mental maps, and scale. For these reasons as well as for its sheer readability and usefulness, I believe that...
Introduction to Metadata: Revised Edition Praise for the First Edition:
"An excellent starting point for information professionals to gain a basic understanding of fundamental concepts, then move ahead with a guided path for further research and study." --Art Documentation
Metadata, literally "data about data," provides a means of indexing,...
MongoDB: The Definitive Guide
Manage the huMONGOus amount of data collected through your web application with MongoDB. This authoritative introduction—written by a core contributor to the project—shows you the many advantages of using document-oriented databases, and demonstrates how this reliable, high-performance system allows for almost infinite...
Mac OS X Lion: Visual Quickstart Guide
Mac OS X Lion—or also simply called OS X
Lion—is the latest version of the computer
operating system that put the phrase
graphic user interface in everyone’s
vocabulary. With Mac OS, you can point,
click, and drag to work with files, applications,
and utilities. Because the same
intuitive interface... Build Your Own Ruby on Rails Web Applications Ruby on Rails has shaken up the web development industry in a huge way—especially when you consider that version 1.0 of Rails was only released in December 2005. The huge waves of enthusiasm for the new framework, originally in weblogs and later in the more traditional media, are probably the reason why this book is in your hands.
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