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Research Area (BoK Level 1)

Analytical Methods Cartography and Visualization
Conceptual Foundations Data Manipulation
Data Modeling Design Aspects
Geocomputation Geospatial Data
GI S&T and Society Organizational & Institutional Aspects

Research Fields (BoK Level 2)

Analytical Methods
Academical and analytical origins Query operations and query languages
Geometric measures Basic analytical operations
Basic analytical methods Analysis of surfaces
Spatial statistics Geostatistics
Spatial regression and econometrics Data mining
Network analysis Optimization and location-allocation modeling
Cartography and Visualization
History and trends Data considerations
Principles of map design Graphic representation techniques
Map production Map use and evaluation
Conceptual Foundations
Philosophical foundations Cognitive and social foundations
Domains of geographic information Elements of geographic information
Relationships Imperfections in geographic information
Data Manipulation
Representation transformation Generalization and aggregation
Transaction management of geospatial data
Data Modeling
Basic storage and retrieval structures Database management systems
Tessellation data models Vector and object data models
Modeling 3D, temporal, and uncertain phenomena
Design Aspects
The scope of GI S&T system design Project definition
Resource planning Database design
Analysis design Application design
System implementation
Geocomputation
Emergence of geocomputation Computational aspects and neurocomputing
Cellular Automata (CA) models Heuristics
Genetic algorithms (GA) Agent-based models
Simulation modeling Uncertainty
Fuzzy sets
Geospatial Data
Earth geometry Land partitioning systems
Georeferencing systems Datums
Map projections Data quality
Land surveying and GPS Digitizing
Field data collection Aerial imaging and photogrammetry
Satellite and shipboard remote sensing Metadata, standards, and infrastructures
GI S&T and Society
Legal aspects Economic aspects
Use of geospatial information in the public sector Geospatial information as property
Dissemination of geospatial information Ethical aspects of geospatial information and technology
Critical GIS
Organizational & Institutional Aspects
Origins of GI S&T Managing the GI system operations and infrastructure
Organizational structures and procedures GI S&T workforce themes
Institutional and inter-institutional aspects Coordinating organizations (national and international)

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Education Area (BoK Level 1)

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Analytical Methods
Cartography and Visualization
Conceptual Foundations
Data Manipulation
Data Modeling
Design Aspects
Geocomputation
Geospatial Data
GI S&T and Society
Organizational & Institutional Aspects

GI Subjects, Not in BoK
Application of GI subjects in generic components
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