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I'm not 100% sure, but it looks very much like an old-style Arc/Info Coverage. I clearly remember those having TIC, AAT and BND files. This format is somewhat similar to a file geodatabase, in that they both consist of a folder containing a number of files that make up one or more featureclasses. Their actual (binary) format is entirely different though. ...


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Aggregate polygons tool is probably what you want? It can join polygons within the same layer based upon a defined distance tolerance. You can also set minimum size of polygons and holes to retain.



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