Topology describes non-metric relationships among geometric figures, such as adjacency, containment, and orientation. It is a branch of Mathematics, which deals in geometry without measurement.

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topology of geometries in gis

http://imm.io/2cpJ What is the thinking of OGC to keep this point that "point have no boundry , it just has interior"... what do they mean? this notation: F**F*****...still i am confused due to OGC ...
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What are the benefits of Multipart Features?

Multipart points, lines, and polygons are implemented in nearly every GIS, but what benefits, if any, do they provide? In a relational database attributes shared by different features can be stored ...
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Remove Duplicate Polygons Using Open Source Tools

I have a shapefile containing features with duplicate geometries, but different attributes (e.g. a polygon with attribute XX, and an identical polygon with attribute XY). I want to identify the ...
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How to convert line simple features to topological network?

using Gdal/ OGR is there a way to convert a shp, kml, or PostGIS line layer into a network of nodes and segments so it can be used in packages such as networkx?