The work has not been graded but I like the output that was submitted to me. Is it possible for the same prof to do the next assignment I will be submitting? If possible, I will greatly appreciate it.
I will pay for the following article Prospects for GIS. The work is to be 5 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. Recent developments in computing have further made GIS highly ubiquitous and inevitably spatial in functionality and integrated into almost any type of computing. Such optimization could be said to be a positive change as it would widen the prospects of GIS even though some may consider this ubiquity a threat to the discipline of GIS.
During the previous decade, GIS has been developed with the view to analyze specific geographic information through spatial databases with or without spatial functions. They required operators or users to have special technical knowledge and training in geotechnical data interpretations. However, with increasing demand and development in computing, these systems, according to Schneider (2001), have become increasingly user-friendly although technical training and expert knowledge were still required for their operations. Gradually, as with other computing disciplines like communication, GIS has also integrated multimedia functionality for decision-support systems for geographic as well as another information retrieval. These new GIS systems have been designed with infrastructures to store, organize, manipulate, and analyze spatial data. GIS, thus have become mainstream with user-friendly interfaces.
Becoming mainstream has opened the gateway for GIS developers to channel GIS computing and mapping on a larger scale with varied applications in terms of storage, access, presentation, analysis, communication, and analytical strategy. GIS developers have come to realize how GIS can become an integral part of varied applications. GIS computing could provide visually user-friendly maps, application-specific analysis with spatial functionality, and analytical tools for spatial modeling, geo-referencing, and aggregate investigations, etc. (OSullivan and Unwin 2003). They are used by large organizations in the health, government agencies, crime investigation, and meteorology sectors.
However, despite these aspects, .it cannot be said that GIS has become pervasive in its applications and functionality. In fact, O’Sullivan and Unwin (2003) are of the view that GIS tools and techniques still lack the finesse required for true GIS data usage.
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