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(ANNEXURE-02).


CHOICE BASED CREDIT SCHEME

For M.Sc., in GIS for Sustainable Development

Maharaja’s College, Mysore 570 005

(Core, and Elective Papers by Semester)


FIRST SEMESTER

SOFT CORE I


PAPER GIA 01: FUNDAMENTALS OF GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEMS


Objective: The concepts of GIS, components of GIS and application areas of GIS are comprehensively understood. The emphasis is on learning GIS and GPS with skills for employment of the students in view.


Geographical information systems: Introduction, history and development of GIS, components of GIS, applications of GIS.


Coordinate systems: Geographical coordinate systems, projected coordinate system, map projections.


Data Models and Management: Spatial Data Models –Vector and Raster data models and applications. Data collection, capture and Geo processing: Sources, input methods, editing, re-projection, geometric Transformation, Map scale, precision and accuracy;


GPS: Introduction, components, types, application of GPS in GIS; and remote sensing data in GIS.


Hands on Lab in GIS & GPS :

Projections, data modeling, data capture, vectorization and attribute attachment, output generation, Raster data encoding: Vector Data Encoding: Topological and non-topological encoding, GRID and TIN principles; neighborhood, regional operations of overlay analysis. Global Positioning Systems Analysis: Field data collection, equipment in field data collection: radiometers and GPS; Ground Truth Support: Ground verification, use of GPS for siting and routing, GPS with field data attributes.


Text Books


  1. Heywood, Ian, Sarah Cornelius and Steve Carver 2000: An Introduction to Geographical Information Systems, Addison Wesley Longman, New York.

  2. Aronoff, S. 1991: Geographic Information Systems: A Management Perspective, WDL, Ottawa, Canada.




  1. Elangovan, K. 2006: GIS - Fundamentals, Applications and Implementations, New India, New Delhi

  2. Chang, Kang-Tsung 2002: Introduction to Geographical Information Systems, Tata McGraw-Hill, New Delhi.

  3. Bhatta, B. 2008: Remote Sensing and GIS, Oxford University Press, New Delhi.



References





  1. Maguire, David J., Michael F. Goodchild, and David W. Rhind (Eds) 1991: Geographical Information Systems, Longman Scientific and Technical with John Wiley, New York.

  2. Sharma, H.S., D.R. Ram, Rama Prasad and P.R. Binda 2006: Mathematical Modelling in Geographical Information System, Global Positioning System and Digital Cartography, Concept, New Delhi.



Web Resources


  1. http://www.gsd.harvard.edu/pbcote/courses/gsd6322/lectures.htm

  2. http://www.soi.city.ac.uk/~dk708/part_1.htm

  3. www.ncgia.ucsb.edu/education/curricula/giscc



SOFT CORE II

PAPER GIA 02: FUNDAMENTALS OF REMOTE SENSING


Objective: The objective in this core paper is to introduce students to the fundamentals of remote sensing technology and science so that students acquire transferable, basic skills in methods.

Fundamentals of Remote Sensing Technology: Remote Sensing process, EMR principles historical development of remote sensing, developments of space programme in India, remote sensing sensors and platforms, data used in remote sensing.


Visual image interpretation: Introduction, information extraction by human, image interpretation, elements of visual image interpretation.

Digital image processing: Digital image, image processing systems; categorization of image processing, preprocessing, digital image corrections, image classification and feature extraction from the image.


Applications of remote sensing: Ground truthing; water resource, geology, human health, landuse and landcover mapping.


Hands on Lab: Image processing, interpretation, and classification; working model, feature extraction from image, Digital Image enhancement and its technique, ERDAS imagine software for remote-sensing. Case studies with relevant to remote-sensing and lab demonstrations of image processing skills and posters presentations by class on applications.


Text Books

  1. Lilles and, T.M. and Keifer, R.W. 2000: Introduction to Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation; John Wiley, New York.

  2. Gibson, Paul. J. 2000: Introductory Remote Sensing, Routledge, New York.

  3. Bhatta, B. 2008: Remote Sensing and GIS, Oxford University Press, New Delhi.

  4. Jensen, John R. 2006: Remote Sensing of the Environment, Pearson Education, Singapore.

  5. Joseph, George 2008: Fundamentals of Remote Sensing, University Press, New Delhi.

References


  1. Avery, T.E. and G.L. Berlin, (1992), Fundamentals of Remote Sensing and Air Photo Interpretation, Macmillan, New York.

  2. James B. Campbell (1996); Introduction to Remote Sensing; Taylor & Francis, London
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