Presentation 2004/7/22
Design of welfare geographic information databese system and proposal of virtual welfare city
Norikazu OHYA, Ken.T MURATA, Mitihiro IMAOKA,
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Abstract(in English) In the present study, we design a database system of geographic information for the physically handicapped. We first pick up the necessary terms which help outdoor activities of them. Based on the terms, then, we designed a geographic information database. This database is designed as an abstract copy of real welfare city so that the system enables us to manage and update data. In the near future, we will extend this database system to that managed by XML Web Service. The XML Web Service will develop the welfare database to a virtual welfare city because it provides environment to combine the welfare information with weather, traffic and other information.
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Keyword(in English) Welfare geographic information / Database / XML / Virtual welfare city
Paper # NLC2004-2,WIT2004-29
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Title (in English) Design of welfare geographic information databese system and proposal of virtual welfare city
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Keyword(1) Welfare geographic information
Keyword(2) Database
Keyword(3) XML
Keyword(4) Virtual welfare city
1st Author's Name Norikazu OHYA
1st Author's Affiliation Faculty of Engineering, Ehime University()
2nd Author's Name Ken.T MURATA
2nd Author's Affiliation Center for Infomation Technology, Ehime University
3rd Author's Name Mitihiro IMAOKA
3rd Author's Affiliation Imaoca Engineering Office
Date 2004/7/22
Paper # NLC2004-2,WIT2004-29
Volume (vol) vol.104
Number (no) 234
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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