Peuquet, Donna J. Representations of Space and Time. (London: Guilford Press, 2002).
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction
Part I: Theories of World Knowledge Representation
Chapter 2: Representation versus Reality
Chapter 3: Acquiring World Knowledge: The Overall Process
Chapter 4: Storing World Knowledge: Some Elements of Conceptual Structure
Chapter 5: Acquiring World Knowledge Through Direct Experience
Chapter 6: From Observation to Understanding
Chapter 7: Acquiring Geographic Knowledge Through Indirect Experience
Chapter 8: How Spatial Knowledge is Encoded
Part II: The Computer as a Tool for Storing and Acquiring Spatial Knowledge
Chapter 9: New Tools, New Opportunities
Chapter 10: The Computer as Medium
Chapter 11: Storing Geographic Data
Chapter 12: A New Perspective for Geographic Database Representation
Chapter 13: Interacting with Databases
Chapter 14: Issues for Implementing Advanced Geographic Databases
Chapter 15: Epilogue: Moving Forward
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