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geographic information system

n. Abbr. GIS
A computer application used to store, view, and analyze geographical and statistical information.
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The textbook is for graduate and upper-division students, geographers, clinicians, health and research professionals, and others interested in applying geographical information systems and spatial analysis to the study of health inequalities.
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KUWAIT, March 28 (KUNA) -- Kuwait GIS-ESRI User Group (KGUG) Chairman Sheikh Ahmad Al-Abdallah Al-Sabah said on Monday the geographical information systems have made much progress in the country over recent years.
of Tunis) describe how geographical information systems (GIS) can be combined with optimization tools to find the best solution to a problem.
The town's engineering department has employed Arnason as a geographical information systems intern.
The recovered data are being incorporated into geospatial databases for analysis by the host nation mine action centers using geographical information systems.
Several of the PPSA member companies are now developing Geographical Information Systems for application with both pipeline inspection information and routine pipeline operation.

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