Provided by: International Journal of Computer Applications
Topic: Data Management
Date Added: Aug 2012
Geo Spatial information is a large collection of datasets referring to the real world entities. Geo Spatial information has evolved in the last decade which led to produce a vast platform in Government Administration, Scientific Analysis and other various sectors especially in Disaster Management (DM), site suitability of Check-dams for Irrigation Department etc. It is required to obtain imperative geographically analyzed solutions like finding shortest path between sources (i.e. location having stock of food packets, clinical remedial and therapeutic kits, etc.) to the destination (i.e. location where disaster emerges). Departmental data (i.e. village Maps) covers detailed spatial and attribute information compared to the readily available sources.