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Implementing a geodatabase involves asignificant investment of resources in software,training, and time. This investment can yieldsubstantial benefits when the reasons for adopting thegeodatabase are clearly defined, and the design processis carefully planned. These benefits include improveddata quality and integrity, enhanced feature editing,better performance, the ability to use -smart- features,and the use of industry-standard relational databases.This paper will discuss the trade-offs involved inimplementing a geodatabase—a database that storesboth geometry and attributes—for water distributionand wastewater collection systems, arguing that mostsystems should consider the geodatabase as anexcellent option, since it provides managers withimproved data storage, retrieval, and security. It willthen discuss implementation strategies and give specificexamples of how to make a successful transition fromshapefiles, coverages and other data formats to thegeodatabase.



2003 Georgia Water Resources Conference -



Autor: Taylor, Bruce B. - -

Fuente: https://smartech.gatech.edu/







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