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Oracle Spatial: Essentials
Volume I
Student Guide
D56709GC10Edition 1.0January 2009D57732
Copyright © 2009,Oracle. All rights reserved.Disclaimer 
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Technical Contributorsand Reviewers
Daniel AbugovAlbert GodfrindDaniel Geringer Steve FriedbergHarry PenberthyYashJainThomas Hoogerwerf  Nancy GreenbergMaria BillingsChristopher Wensley
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PrefaceI Introduction
Objectives I-2Lesson Agenda I-3Course Objectives I-4Course Agenda I-5Lesson Agenda I-8Oracle Database: Location Features I-9Oracle Spatial: Spatial Data Management for Enterprise Applications I-10Oracle Spatial Development History I-11Oracle Spatial and Locator: Part of the Oracle DBMS Kernel I-13Oracle Spatial Object-Relational Model I-14Lesson Agenda I-15Review: Oracle’s Object-Relational Model I-16Review: Using Varying Arrays I-19Lesson Agenda I-21Geometries Along Axes I-22Common Geographical Terms Used in the Course I-23Political Divisions of the United States I-24Lesson Agenda I-25Classroom Environment I-26Example Data Set Used in This Course I-27Lesson Agenda I-28Oracle Spatial Documentation and Resources I-29Spatial Patches I-30Additional Resources I-33Summary I-34
1 Overview of Oracle Spatial Concepts
Objectives 1-2Lesson Agenda 1-3Oracle Spatial 1-4Examples of Spatial Data 1-5Types of Location Data 1-6Geometric Primitive Types 1-7Points and Oriented Points 1-8Line Strings 1-9Polygons 1-10Polygons: Optimized Circles and Rectangles 1-11Polygons: Outer Ring and Inner Ring 1-12

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