Current Trends in Geographical Data Acquisition: An Epilogue
The importance of geographical data acquisition has been widely recognized, and it is often reported that about 80% of the budget of a GIS project is spent on data. If there is no data for a project area, then one needs to acquire new sets of data, leading to a process called new survey. If some data exists but some of them are out of date, then there is a need of data revision, leading to a process called re-survey. After the based data sets are available for most of the area, data revision will become an issue.
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