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GIS 4620 (4 credits)

Geodatabase Application

This course in Geodatabase Application is logically broken into two separate component parts; the first section deals with Geodatabase concepts and provides a general overview of the Geodatabase structure and implementation including; background, object classes, feature classes, relationship classes, domains, validation rules, and Geodatabase topology. The second portion of the course focuses on Geodatabase Application introducing advanced features of Geodatabase, providing a solid foundation for the application of the Geodatabase to model and address complex real world issues. Geodatabase Linear Referencing, Geodatabase Surface Modeling, and Geocoding Services in the Geodatabase, are explored. This course incorporates a hands-on lab component. Computer lab exercises are designed to introduce the student to concepts and Geodatabase application. Strong emphasis is placed on Geodatabase design. Design objectives, design guidelines and functional requirements of the resulting Geodatabase model are addressed. Prerequisite: GIS 4101 or similar GIS course and/or work experience.

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Sections: Winter Quarter 2024

CRN 4688
Credits
4
Dates/Time/Location
Format
Hyflex - On Campus
Instructor
Sprott, Shannon A.

Sections: Winter Quarter 2024

CRN 4689
Credits
4
Dates/Time/Location
Format
Hyflex - Online
Instructor
Sprott, Shannon A.

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