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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Bojan Tepavčević, Milan Šijakov, and Predrag Šiđanin

GIS technology changed the way cities are planned. Software suite like ArcGIS supports complex large data analysis, simulations and management. At the Department of Architecture and Urban Planning in Novi Sad students learn how to integrate their knowledge about urban planning and architecture by using several essential components of ArcGIS.In this paper various approaches in spatial and data analysis based on GIS technology are introduced. Also several student work case studies are presented. Temporal change of urban morphology through graphs and animations and spatial analysis of present urban structure are two major topics presented in this work.

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Agrokémia és Talajtan
Authors: Tibor Tóth, T. Németh, T. Fábián, T. Hermann, E. Horváth, Z. Patocskai, F. Speiser, Sz. Vinogradov, and G. Tóth

An internet-based land valuation system is being developed to replace the scientifically obsolete Hungarian land valuation system, the so-called AK (“Gold Crown”) ratings. The new system is supported by a GIS and it is unique in its capability of providing an up-to-date index of soil quality and land value. The geographical information is provided by national map databases on genetic soil maps and soil attributes at the scale of 1:10.000, combined with cadastral maps, digital terrain model, topographic map, orthophotos of aerial photographs and agronomic field records. The automated algorithms are easy to update, can be made legally binding and can provide a transparent system for land taxation, calculation of subsidies, appropriation. Given that detailed (1:10,000 or finer) soil map coverage will be completed for all lands of Hungary (at date only 60% of the croplands have soil maps), this way a multifunctional system will be available that promotes an optimum use of land resources. 

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23 ESRI 1996: ArcView GIS. Using ArcView GIS. Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. Redlands, CA. USA ESRI

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(GIS) Nemzeti Tankönyvkiadó Budapest . ESRI 1998 : Shapefile Technical Description . — White paper, 34 p. ( www

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GIS tools (in Hungarian). PhD thesis, University of West Hungary, Sopron Investigation of earthquakes geological and geophysical surroundings and seismic hazard of Debrecen by using GIS tools (in Hungarian

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Acta Botanica Hungarica
Authors: F. Horváth, Zs. Molnár, J. Bölöni, Zs. Pataki, L. Polgár, A. Révész, K. Oláh, D. Krasser, and E. Illyés

. EEA strategy 2004–2008. 2004 Guralnick, R. and Neufeld, D. (2005): Challenges building online GIS services to support

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visited 1 December 2016). [4] Harirforoush H. , Bellalite L. A new integrated GIS-based analysis to detect hotspots, A case study of

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Methods for georeferencing and GIS applications of the maps and plans from the 16th century until 1990 are described. The results of georeferencing — derivatives of historical maps, show a high value and potential of usability for the studies of urban areas — for historical issues, and for more comprehensive planning solutions allowing better development and policy. The applicability of the georeferenced historical maps was explored according to time series analysis. The studied were the applications for the urban area of Ljubljana, Slovenia case study: observing the continuous changing of the river course of Ljubljanica river and railway network.

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Altobelli, A., E, Bressan, E. Feoli, P. Ganis, and F. Martini. (in press). Improving knowledge on urban vegetation with the application of GIS technology to existing floristic and cartographic data bases. J. Applied Veg

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GIS adaptation and digital reambulation of large-scale soil information originating from various agrogeological surveys has become a key issue in Hungary due the recent challenges. The national programme initiated by L. Kreybig for the systematic, 1:25,000 scale practical soil mapping of Hungary was carried out between 1935 and 1951, and provided detailed soil information (1:25,000 scale maps and complementary database in the form of explanatory booklets) for the whole country. Later farm level (1:10,000 scale) soil surveys fulfilled the practical requirements of Hungarian agriculture, producing a huge quantity of map based, soil related data. These archives still represent a valuable treasure of soil information at present. Their digital reambulation and GIS adaptation is a challenging task, which was initiated by RISSAC GIS Lab in co-operation with various institutions. The aim of these activities is the development of large-scale soil modules of a Hungarian production database for the determination of the optimal functions of agriculture in a given region, together with the harmonization of agricultural production and the protection of land and environment.

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