Volume 10, Number 1, 1996
UK Developments in Environmental GIS:
In Honour of T. Coppock
G. G. Wilkinson
: A Review of Current Issues in the Integration of GIS and Remote Sensing Data.
Volume 10, Number 2, 1996
Volume 10, Number 3, 1996
: Improving Locational Specificity of Map Data - A Multi-Resolution, Metadata-Driven Approach and Notation.
Andrew U. Frank
: Qualitative Spatial Reasoning: Cardinal Directions as an Example.
P. J. J. Desmet
, G. Govers
: Comparison of Routing Algorithms for Digital Elevation Models and Their Implications for Predicting Ephemeral Gullies.
Volume 10, Number 4, 1996
Robert G. Cromley
: A Comparison of Optimal Classification Strategies for Choroplethic Displays of Spatially Aggregated Data.
Andrew S. Rogowski
: Quantifying Soil Variability in GIS Applications: II Spatial Distribution of Soil Properties.
, Wendy Lee Stratton
: The b-Function and Variable Stream Buffer Mapping: A Note on `A GIS Methof for Riparian Water Quality Buffer Generation'.
Volume 10, Number 5, 1996
André G. Journel
: Modelling Uncertainty and Spatial Dependence: Stochastic Imaging.
: Use of the Weighted Kappa Coefficient in Classification Error Assessment of Thematic Maps.
Volume 10, Number 6, 1996
James E. Mower
: Developing Parallel Procedures for Line Simplification.
, Duane F. Marble
: Strategies for Real-Time Spatial Analysis Using Massively Parallel SIMD Cpmputers: An Application to Urban Traffic Flow Analysis.
Volume 10, Number 7, 1996
Harvey J. Miller
: GIS and Geometric Representation in Facility Location Problems.
J. C. Hinton
: GIS and Remote Sensing Integration for Environmental Applications.
Volume 10, Number 8, 1996
Gerard B. M. Heuvelink
: Identification of Field Attribute Error Under Different Models of Spatial Variation.
, Nigel J. Brown
: A CORINE Map of Great Britain by Automated Means, Techniques for Automatic Generalization of the Land Cover Map of Great Britain.
: A. GIS-Based Approach to Multiple Criteria Group Decision-Making.
: An Assessment of Surface and Zonal Models of population.
: Weight Matrices and Spatial Autocorrelation Statistics Using a Topological Vector Data Model.