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By Rob van Essen (auth.), Peter van Oosterom, Sisi Zlatanova, Friso Penninga, Elfriede M. Fendel (eds.)

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"Clearly written and definitively awarded, the person papers characterize a precious number of info at the present cutting-edge examine within the box of 3D geoinformation. Papers are good documented with references. … total, an important, hugely attention-grabbing, and - to copy - well timed quantity. … there's a lot to commend during this publication and that i might recommend that each one libraries of scientists and researchers in GIS, photogrammetry and distant sensing collect and inventory at the least one copy." (Current Engineering perform, 2008)

“Collection of papers from the 2007 3D GeoInfo workshop held in Delft Holland, and covers a number of those demanding situations, gathered lower than the subjects of functions, Acquisition, Modelling, research and Visualisation. the most power of the gathering matters the information modelling and DBMS implementation matters with 3D GIS. … this can be a solid choice of contemporary study in 3D GIS, rather for these attracted to information versions and town modelling. the quantity is easily provided with a excessive variety of invaluable black and white figures.”­­ (Duncan Smith, utilized Spatial research and coverage, Vol. three (1), 2010)

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1 Homogenous Collections A homogenous collection is a collection of elements, where all elements are of the same type. A homogenous collection can be either a multi-point, multiline, multi-surface, or multi-solid corresponding to the element type point, line, surface and solid. For example, in a multi-solid, all elements have to be (valid) solids. Validation Rules for Homogenous Collections: • All elements of same type and conform to the homogenous collection type (multi-point, multi-line, multi-surface, multi-solid).

1-16 2 On Valid and Invalid Three-Dimensional Geometries 43 [YE06] Yohei Kurata, Max J. Egenhofer: The Head-Body-Tail Intersection for Spatial Relations Between Directed Line Segments. GIScience 2006: 269286 2005. [YS05] Jin Soung Yoo, Shashi Shekhar: In-Route Nearest Neighbor Queries. GeoInformatica 9(2): 117-137 (2005). [Z00] Zlatanova, S. On 3D Topological Relationships, DEXA Workshop, 2000. Appendix A Lemma 1: Any polygon P with an outer ring Po and (non-overlapping) interior rings Pi1 , . .

Extend the min, max points along the dimension to meet the outer ring O of the polygon at Omin , Omax . The polygon P is now P1 and P2 : the new edges < Omin , Imin > and < Omax , Imax > are traversed twice: once in P1 and another time in reverse direction in P2 . All other edges belong to P and are in either P1 or P2 . The new edges do not cross any other edges, as Omin and Imin are the extreme vertices. Hence P1 and P2 are valid polygons. Hypothesis: Let the lemma be true for n=m-1. Consider a polygon P with m inner rings.

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