From Wikipedia: In computing, floating point describes a method of representing an approximation to real numbers in a way that can support a wide range of values. The numbers are, in general, represented approximately to a fixed number of significant digits (the mantissa) and scaled using an ...
I have a raster of landuse values that I need to reclassify into pollution concentration values. I have the pollution values in a separate table. They are decimal values (ex. 0.0056), and my landuse ...
I have a few linestrings that together form a long line. The start- and endpoints of the linestrings are equal with their direct neighbour, but when tested the ST_Distance between any 2 lines is like ...
I have been trying to check my filters on DEM raster for pattern recognition and it is always resulting in missing last rows and columns(like..20). I have tried with PIL library, image load. Then with ...
Is there a basic or introductory study that examines and compares the precision of spatial data when working with varying precison of the data input, like having 1, 2, ... decimal places? with the ...
I am trying to understand why a floating point is inaccurate. Please bear in mind that I am not a mathematician. What is exactly the difference between floating point and double integers? and why use ...
I have by chance discovered how ESRI ArcMap displays special floating point values to the user. +∞ (positive infinity) is displayed as 1.#INF –∞ (negative infinity) would supposedly be displayed as ...