Problem of the Week: Data Definitions
topology, as used in a geographic information system (GIS), is
(A) the complete coverage of a plane or a volume by its division into contiguous spatial elements
(B) a means of organizing data into columns and rows
(C) the relationships, such as adjacency and connectivity, between points, lines and polygons
(D) a commonly used raster file format
The answer is (C).
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Problem of the Week: January 24
January 24, 2011