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Querying ARCGIS to find feature having specified point

Querying ARCGIS to find feature having specified point


I am trying to query features by point, so that it returns a feature that CONTAINS the point given. With the screenshot below, you can see that inspite of giving all the fields correctly, the server is returning all the features and not the ones which actually contains the given point. (I am going to use the parameters later while querying through javascript api.)

I have tried after selecting all the spatial relationships but same result. Same for geometry type. I am not able to understand what I am doing wrong. I know that my database uses {wkid:32637} but with spatial reference given this shouldn't be a problem.


i see a couple issues with your query:

  1. the geometry parameter does not expect Point coordinate values to be passed inside an array. (see doc for more info).
  2. CONTAINSin this context would mean parcels that are contained by your input query point. the more appropriate spatial operator would beINTERSECTS

you can find a working example here.


Create a map view for the Geolocation field in SharePoint

Learn how to display location information by using a map view in SharePoint lists. You can create a map view manually via the SharePoint user interface (UI) or programmatically by using the new Geolocation field type.

SharePoint introduces a new field type named Geolocation that enables you to annotate SharePoint lists with location information. For example, you can now make lists "location-aware" and display latitude and longitude coordinates through Bing Maps. An entry is typically seen as a pushpin on a map view.

To display a map view in a SharePoint list, you must use the Bing Maps services. The Geolocation field is not available when you create a list by using the UI. Instead, this field must be inserted programmatically. For information about how to render and work with this data type programmatically, see Integrating location and map functionality in SharePoint.

The Geolocation field and the map view enable you to give spatial context to any information by integrating data from SharePoint into a mapping experience in web and mobile apps. This article does not explain how to render the Geolocation field or provide developer guidance for creating a location-based mobile application it does provide instruction for creating map views programmatically and from the SharePoint UI by using Bing Maps.

An MSI package named SQLSysClrTypes.msi must be installed on every SharePoint front-end web server to view the Geolocation field value or data in a list. This package installs components that implement the new geometry, geography, and hierarchy ID types in SQL Server 2008. By default, this file is installed for SharePoint Online. However, it is not installed for an on-premises deployment of SharePoint. You must be a member of the Farm Administrators group to perform this operation. To download SQLSysClrTypes.msi, see Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 SP1 Feature Pack for SQL Server 2008, or Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Feature Pack for SQL Server 2012 in the Microsoft Download Center.


A geographic information system is information that is what?

Geographic information is information that has some spatial component, usually in relation to the earth. The information is stored in spatial co-ordinates and can be one of a variety of geometries, such as a single point, a line of points or an enclosed line of points such as a polygon.

A geographic information system can support spatially referenced information. Many kinds of information can have a spatial component. A geographic information system is capable of understanding the spatial nature of the information and provides functionality that supports it.

For example, a dataset of national parks in a non-geographic system has no awareness of the geographical position of the park. In a geogrpahical information system the geometry of the park and its spatial location on the earth can be described. With this kind of information the parks can be queried and compared based on geographic properties, such as:

  • the distance between parks
  • the boundary length or area of the park
  • spatial querying, for instance parks that are within a bounding area
  • spatial comparison, what's the biggest park? What is the nearest park to some point?

Geographic information systems can often also visualise geographic data: for instance, Google Maps can display the geometry of road information.


Endpoints

All of these endpoints should use https://www.inaturalist.org as the base URL, particularly endpoints that require auth.

POST /comments

Create comments. Comments are automatically associated with the signed in user.

Formats: json

Params

PUT /comments/:id

Update a comment. Params are the same as POST /comments.

Formats: json

DELETE /comments/:id

Formats: json

POST /identifications

Create identifications. Identifications are automatically associated with the signed in user.


Next Steps: Explicit Decision Making and Best Practices

Current standards do not include best practices for how to visualize sensitive archaeological sites. Because it is important for archaeologists to share their work widely, knowledge of the available methods for obscuring sensitive geographical data should be available. This paper is an introduction to primary geomasking techniques. The next step will be to assess each of these methods for use in archaeological applications, identifying the degree to which they obscure sites, displace geomasked points, and the degree to which spatial patterning is still discernable.

Archaeologists should maintain autonomy in choosing a visualization method. Given the degree to which context can alter the degree of site sensitivity and how factors (e.g. site density, topography, contemporary infrastructure) influence geomasking techniques, it would be inappropriate to proscribe a one-size-fits-all geomasking approach. The methods reviewed here are intended to encourage archaeologists to be mindful of how they are represent archaeological sites, consciously choosing how they are visualized in journals, on the internet, and for the public. Being explicit in these choices, particularly when true locations are shared or when locations are heavily obscured, should be a standard in the field.

The next step in this work is to test these geomasking techniques in a range of contexts to determine a workflow that facilitates archaeologists’ visualization decision-making. Rather than a strict formula of when to use which technique, the result will be a list of factors to consider when producing maps of archaeological sites, and suggested geomasking techniques or modifications to create the level of geographic obscurity desired by the archaeologist. Examples of factors will include legal restrictions on sharing site location importance of a sites not covered by restrictions topography contemporary infrastructure standing historic or prehistoric architecture potential to detect site remotely, and site density.


DISCUSSION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS

While the present invention may be embodied in many different forms, a number of illustrative embodiments are described herein with the understanding that the present disclosure is to be considered as providing examples of the principles of the invention and that such examples are not intended to limit the invention to preferred embodiments described herein and/or illustrated herein.

In the evolution of wireless networking based on wireless LAN (Local Area Network) and cellular technologies, and as mobility services prevail and people become increasingly mobile, it is more important for a mobile device to be able to find an appropriate point of network attachment that meets the application requirements and the characteristics of the mobile, in a timely, accurate and efficient manner. We refer to such functionality as network discovery.

    • The location of a mobile or the location which the mobile wants to find information about may be identified (expressed) in different ways. For example, it may be identified by the geographical position, by the identification of the network, or by the addresses of the wireless access points or IP access routers in the networks.

    The functionality to discover network information can be used to better support mobility and mobile services. For example, to reduce interruptions to on-going application sessions during a handoff, a mobile device could perform pre-authentication with a target network before it starts the handoff into the target network. To do so, the mobile will need information about the neighboring networks, such as the address of the authentication server in the target network, before the mobile moves into the target network. We will refer to the process in which a mobile discovers information about its neighboring networks as network neighborhood discovery.

    A noteworthy issue in network discovery is the discovery database construction problem: how to construct a database of network information in an automated, dynamic and efficient way. Solving this problem is not trivial in a multi-provider environment where a network provider may not be willing to disclose any network information of its own network to other network providers that compete with it, while it may provide detailed network information of its own network to its subscribers for better services. However, there had previously been no practical solution to solve this problem.

      • Discovering information about neighboring networks
      • Dynamic construction of the discovery databases
      • Determining what information to collect and provide to mobiles.

      Instead, the existing service discovery mechanisms focused on how to retrieve information already existing in databases. They relied on all local network providers to implement service information servers, which is too strict to be deployed in public networks.

      This document describes a new architecture to support network discovery including methods to solve the discovery database construction problem and methods for mobiles to discover information regarding neighboring networks. This architecture is referred to as Application-layer mechanisms for Information Service (AIS). AIS is designed to be extensible enough to support current and future types of network information that may be needed by mobiles. AIS leverages existing protocols as much as possible. Although information about the network elements can have multiple usages, we focus on discovering the information a mobile can use to enable proactive handoff and secured pre-authentication and discuss how these information can be used to support secured and proactive handoff.

      Information construction process, information retrieval methodology, format of the information stored in the information server are some of the key design factors that need to be looked into while designing the discovery architecture.

      Several architectures have been designed for AIS. They can broadly be classified into two main categories: network-assisted and mobile-assisted. In the following sections we describe these architectures and how different functional elements can interact with each other. In each of these architecture alternatives, the mobile will query an AIS server or a peer mobile to find out the information regarding the networking elements in the neighboring networks. The methods of constructing the information database differ in each different architecture. A network-assisted architecture can follow both the distributed and centralized model. The AIS server keeps the information about the network elements in the neighboring networks and will provide the information after getting a query from the mobile. In a centralized model, reporting agents in each network will report the information about the networking elements within the network by using SNMP MIB (Simple Network Management Protocol Management Information Base). The mobile-assisted model is always distributed in nature where the end nodes report the information about the networks they are visiting currently. The way in which the information is retrieved from the AIS server by the mobiles is common for both approaches.

      Peer-to-peer based model is another mobile-assisted model where the mobiles act as the information server and provide the information to other mobiles.

      Information Server-Based Architecture: Discovery Database Construction

      Information server-based architecture can be mobile assisted or network assisted. In the following sections we describe both end-node assisted and network assisted approaches for constructing a network information database.

        • Each mobile user can use any proper means available to him/her to discover the network information available in a visited network. Often the user will not need any special assistance from the visited network solely for the purpose of discovering the information the subsequent mobiles may need regarding the visited network. For example, when a mobile connects to a visited network, it will learn the addresses of the access routers and authentication agents in the visited network as part of its normal process for connecting to the visited network. Such information can be reported to the mobile's AIS server which can in turn provide the information to subsequent mobiles before they move into this visited network so that the subsequent mobiles can retrieve the information. The discovery of an available hotspot network and its logon requirements also do not require the local network providers to provide any special assistance.
        • Each mobile user reports the information it discovers in a visited network to its AIS server. A mobile's AIS server does not have to have any trust relationship with the network that the mobile is currently visiting.
        • A mobile user's AIS server is responsible for maintaining the information regarding the network information received from its subscribers regarding different networks.
        • When a subsequent mobile moves into a visited network, it may query its AIS server for local information it needs.
          • Information mining and discovery will not rely on the local network providers to provide information servers used to provide network information.
          • Regardless where a mobile user is and which local network it currently uses, the mobile always uses a single protocol to communicate with its AIS server to retrieve network information.
          • An AIS server only needs to maintain information its own subscribers are interested in. Furthermore, an AIS server only needs to maintain information regarding the locations its own subscribers travel to. This allows the proposed paradigm to be highly scalable.

          The basic operation of an illustrative proposed collaborative discovery paradigm is illustrated in FIG. 1. It shows how mobile moves between the networks and can update the information about the network elements to a location server commonly shared by a set of networks. This information is stored in the location server using a specific format. With respect to FIG. 1, the figure shows a view demonstrating collaborative discovery of local services and network capabilities.

          Network-Assisted Information Discovery

          1. Reporting Agent (RA) assisted

          Reporting Agents (RA) are network agents that reside within each network. These are SNMP capable and have the ability to collect the information about the network elements by probing the SNMP MIBs. These reporting agents (RA) will collect the information in the respective domains and populate the location server database for a specific region. This information may include capability set, IP address, geo-coordinates of the respective network elements etc. When a specific network element is attached or becomes operational within a domain, its information is pushed onto the reporting agent (RA), which in turn is sent to the AIS server. Thus, this approach provides a semi-centralized way of populating the AIS server database compared to the end-system assisted approach described previously. The security concerns are less of an issue here as database update is provided by a specific networking agent instead of by the end client and there is a pre-established security association between the RA and the information server.

          With respect to FIG. 2, the figure shows an example of populating the database using information reported by the Reporting Agents (RAs).

          AAA server assisted information building is another network server assisted approach. Information profile of the mobiles can be saved in the AAA servers as well. Any AAA protocol such as RADIUS and Diameter can be used for populating the network discovery database in a way that a AAA client sends a pair of an address of the mobile and an address of the AAA client to the AAA server. The pair is carried in Calling-Station-Id and Called-Station-Id attributes of the RADIUS and Diameter protocol. The AAA server can collect the information reported from the AAA client and keep track of the mobility pattern of the mobile by recording a list of tuples of (the address of a AAA client, the time the mobile associated with the AAA client, the time the mobile disassociated with the AAA client) for the mobile. This list is then used for constructing the database of neighboring networks among which mobiles can perform handoff.

          It is noted that this approach may not be applicable for multi-provider case where a service provider may not want to disclose its topological database to other competing service providers.

          One can also use DNS SRV record to find out the list of these network elements instead of using the AIS server. DNS can always populate the services associated with the network elements (routers, APs) and their associated geo-coordinates using DNS's LOC record. Thus one can query a DNS server, give a list of services for a specific domain and the range of geo-coordinates and get a list of network elements that provide these services. A general query may look like this. Given a set of geo-coordinates (R1-R2), find a set of servers that provide a specific set of services such as routing, IEEE 802.11 and AAA. A combination of DNS “SRV” record and geo-location record will help in determining a set of servers in the vicinity.

          Note that this approach is not intended for forming arbitrary structured network information database.

          Querying the Discovery Database

          Many of the operation such as secured pre-authentication, proactive IP address acquisition may be required during a mobile's movement between domains, subnets within a domain. These operations which are usually done after the mobile has moved to the subnet if done ahead of time will help provide the fast-handoff. In order to perform these operation while in the previous domains/subnets it will need to communicate with the next hop routers and severs before the movement is over. Thus a mobile will need to discover the neighborhood information including the APs, routers, DHCP servers and several authentication agents such as PANA authentication agents and in some cases SIP server before moving to the neighboring networks. This information by means of network discovery will help a mobile to perform several types of operation ahead of time such as pre-authentication and proactive IP address assignment. One such mechanism is described below that helps a mobile to discover the neighboring network elements. DNS “SRV” mechanism provides another approach of providing the list of such network elements in the neighboring domains.

          Initially a mobile boots up, obtains the IP address and configures itself with other network parameters such as default gateway, and several server parameters etc, It begins to communicate with a corresponding host and at certain point during its communication based on certain policy it determines that the mobile is impending to move. Thus the mobile initiates the AIS process in several different ways. It can always use its location information as the look-up key while making a query. The location information can be the MAC address of an access point, geographic address or any other civic address. When the MAC address of an access point is used as the look-up key, the mobile can obtain the MAC adders either (i) by listening to beacon frames if the mobile is in the radio coverage of the access point or (ii) by recursively performing the query procedures where the recursion starts with specifying the MAC address of an access point known to the mobile based on method (i).

          The server gets the query and reports back the list of attributes asked based on the query type. If the client is GPS equipped it can always finds its own location and determines where it plans to move and thus provides a range as part of the information look up and obtain the desired network information.

          With respect to FIG. 3, the figure shows a protocol exchange and sequence of operation for the network discovery, query and response.

          FIGS. 4(A) and 4(B) show some illustrative scenarios of a client discovering the neighborhood servers/routers ahead of time, so that it can get the addresses of the neighboring servers and routers where the mobile has the probability of moving. The range of geo-coordinates of the mobile and the MAC address of an access point and are used as the look-up key for querying in FIGS. 4(A) and 4(B), respectively. Network discovery process will help discover the neighborhood servers, routers and access points ahead of time. By discovering the servers ahead of time pre-authentication can be performed thus expediting the handoff time during the movement. The mobile is currently attached to access point AP0 and has three neighboring networks D1, D2 and D3 where the mobile has the probability to move to. Thus the mobile can query the AIS server with a specific key and can get the information regarding the neighboring APs, servers, and routers in domains D1, D2 and D3 with which it can communicate with to prepare for the secured handoff. Following paragraph shows a sequence of operation after a mobile is booted up.

          1) A mobile boots up and connects to a specific Access Point. It obtains an IP address via an IP address configuration procedure through, e.g., DHCP or PPP. The DHCP server or PPP server can have a range of IP addresses. When geo-coordinates are used as the look-up key, the range of geo-coordinates is associated with those IP address and delivered to the mobile together with the IP address in the IP address configuration procedure. It is assumed that each and every mobile may not be GPS equipped. If the mobile knows its own geo-coordinate (R0) and geo-coordinates are used as the look-up key it could also use its geo-coordinate as the look-up key. The IP address of the AIS server for a specific region can be provided by during the IP address configuration procedure or by using DNS.

          2) It may also happen that the neighboring cells may belong to different domains. From DHCP configuration, the mobile can find out its current domain (e.g., “att.com” or “sprint.com” etc.). It can also find out the domain names of the neighborhood area using reverse DNS look up from the IP addresses of the network elements that were obtained.

            • a. The request contains a list of network information types about which the mobile wants to retrieve (e.g., type=“PANA authentication server”, “router”) for a specific location (e.g., geo-location R0 or the MAC address of AP0), with specifying a condition (e.g., in the Geo-range [R1-R2] or “within 1 mile”). The condition could be determined based on the velocity of the mobile or mobility pattern.
            • b. The AIS server returns the list of network information (e.g., IP addresses of servers and routers, MAC addresses of APs that satisfies the condition specified in the request by querying its own database that has been populated separately.
            • c. From this information I have the list of probable networks that I am likely to move and thus perform a time-bound pre-authentication and/or pro-active IP address acquisition.

            With respect to FIG. 4(A), the figure illustrates an example of Geo-coordinate based network service discovery, and with respect to FIG. 4(B), the figure illustrates an example of AP's MAC Address based network service discovery.

            There are additional features for database querying that AIS can provide. For example, the criteria used for choosing network information to be provided for a mobile can be either specified by the mobile or by the AIS server or by both entities. When the AIS server specifies the criteria, the profile of the mobile may be used as the criteria. In this case, the AIS may provide detailed network information for mobiles subscribing to a high-class AIS service than mobiles subscribing to a low-class AIS service.

            A peer-to-peer model does not depend upon the information server for information storage and retrieval. Instead, each mobile terminal will serve as an information server. We describe two peer-to-peer-based models, such as proactive broadcast and scoped multicast.

              • Each mobile moving between the networks keeps the information about just visited networks in its local cache for a specific duration
              • Each neighbor of a mobile will have different information about the neighboring networks.

              Applicability to Secure Pre-authentication

                • Handover between 802.11 and 802.3 networks
                • Handover between 802.3 and 802.16 networks
                • Handover between 802.11 and 802.16 networks
                • Handover between 802.11 and 802.11 networks, across ESSs
                • Handover between 802.3 and Cellular networks
                • Handover between 802.11 and Cellular networks and/or
                • Handover between 802.16 and Cellular networks.
                  • Movement among homogeneous Systems
                    • Single interface e.g., 802.11, between ESS)
                    • Multi interface (e.g., 802.11, between ESS)
                    • 802.3, 802.11
                    • 802.11, CDMA/GSM (Cellular)
                    • Between Cellular Networks (CDMA, GSM)
                    • 802.11, 802.16, 802.20
                    • 802.11, Circuit-switched

                    For illustration, FIG. 5(A) shows an illustrative intra-domain and inter-domain handoff of a mobile node, in which a single radio interface roaming scenario is depicted, and FIG. 5(B) shows an illustrative handoff between Cellular and WLAN environments, in which a multiple radio interface roaming scenario is depicted.

                    The primary role of the MIH Function is to facilitate handoffs and provide intelligence to the network selector entiity or the mobility management entity responsible for handover decision as described by other standards or proprietary implementations. The MIH Function aids the network selector entity with the help of Event service, Command service and Information service. The network selector entity and the handover policies that control handovers are outside the scope of MIH Function. Description of specific handover policies and the details of network selector entity are outside the scope of 802.21 standards as well.

                      • A Media Independent Event Service (MIES) which provides event classification, event filtering and event reporting corresponding to dynamic changes in link characteristics, link status, and link quality.
                      • A Media independent Command Service (MICS) which enables MIH user to manage and control link behavior relevant to handovers and mobility.
                      • Media Independent Information Service (MIIS) which provides details on the characteristics and services provided by the serving and surrounding networks. The information enables effective system access and effective handover decisions.
                      • The above services are supported by the Media Independent Handover Function (MIHF) to facilitate a MIH user in mobility management and handover process. The MIH Function provides convergence of link-layer state information from multiple heterogeneous access technologies into a unified presentation to the upper layers of the mobility-management protocol stack.
                        • The Media Independent Handover (MIH) Function is logically defined as a shim layer in the mobility-management protocol stack of both the mobile node and the network elements that provide mobility support. MIH is a helper and facilitator function which helps in handover decision making. Upper layers make handover decisions and link selection based on inputs and context from MIH. Facilitating the recognition that a handover should take place is one of the key goals of MIH Function. Discovery of information on how to make effective handover decisions is also a key component.
                        • MIH Function provides abstracted services to higher layers. From that perspective MIH offers a unified interface to the upper layers. The service primitives exposed by this unified interface are independent of the technology specific protocol entities of the different access networks. The MIH Function communicates with the lower layers of the mobility-management protocol stack through technology-specific interfaces. The specification of the MIH interfaces with the lower layers generally does not fall within the scope of 802.21. Such interfaces are already specified as service access points (SAPs) within the standards that pertain to the respective access technologies, such as IEEE 802.1, IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.11, IEEE 802.16, 3GPP and 3GPP2.

                        Media Independent Information Service (MIIS) provides a framework and corresponding mechanisms by which a MIHF (Media Independent Handover Function) entity can discover and obtain network information existing within a geographical area to facilitate the handovers. MIIS primarily provides a set of information elements (IEs), the information structure and its representation and a query/response type of mechanism for information transfer. This contrasts with the asynchronous push model of information transfer for the event service. The information may be stored within the MIH functional (MIHF) entity or maybe present in some information server from where the MIH in the station can access it.

                        The information can be made available via both lower as well as higher layers. Information can be made available at L2 through both a secure and an insecure port. The structure and definition of a schema can be represented in a high level language such as XML.

                        The Information service also provides access to static information such as neighbor reports. This information helps in network discovery. The service may also provide access to dynamic information which may optimize link layer connectivity with different networks. This could include link layer parameters such as channel information, MAC addresses, security information, etc. Information about available higher layer services in a network may also help in more effective handover decision making before the mobile terminal actually attaches to any particular network.

                        The Media Independent Information service specifies a common (or media independent) way of representing this information across different technologies by using a standardized format such as XML or ASN.1

                        MIIS provides the ability to access this information about all heterogeneous networks in a geographical area from any single L2 network, depending on how the 802.21 MIIS service is implemented. MIIS either relies on existing access media specific transports and security mechanisms or L3 transport and L3 security mechanisms to provide access to the information. Typically, in a heterogeneous network composed of multiple media types, it is the handover decision module or higher layer mobility management will collect information from different media types and assemble a consolidated view to facilitate its inter-media handover decision.

                        Some networks such as the cellular networks already have an existing means of detecting a list of neighborhood base stations within the vicinity of an area via the broadcast control channel. Other IEEE groups define similar means and supports clients in detecting a list of neighborhood access points within the vicinity of an area via either beaconing or via broadcast of MAC management messages. The Media Independent Information Service (MIIS) provides a unified framework to help the higher layer mobility protocols (HLMP) across the heterogeneous network environment to facilitate the client's discovery and selection of multiple types of networks existing within a geographical area. In the larger scope, the macro objective is to help the higher layer mobility protocol to acquire a global view of the heterogeneous networks to facilitate seamless handover when roaming across these networks.

                        AIS provides a framework that uses the existing standards for access points and routers without the need to make any changes in the routers and access points. In some embodiments, a database schema will use XML, RDF and SOAP. RDF database can be constructed in a distributed fashion to be able to scale to large number of networks. RDF can also handle arbitrary interconnected data structure while LDAP handles tree-based data structure only. RDF can provide querying schema as well as data themselves.

                        Information Service Schema:

                        A schema defines structure of information. A schema is used in the 802.21 information service to define the structure of each information element as well as the relationship among different information elements supported. The 802.21 information service schema needs to be supported by every MIH Function that implements the MIIS to support flexible and efficient information queries. The 802.21 information service defines the various information elements and their structure. The various IEs represent information about lower layers of network stack as well as about higher layer services available in different access networks. A schema is defined by a language and can be represented in multiple ways. Examples include Resource Description Framework (RDF) which is based on, e.g., XML, ASN.1 which is used in 802 MIBs, Variants or a simple TLV representation of different information elements.

                        The MIIS schema is classified into two major categories. Basic schema that is essential for every MIH to support and Extended schema that is optional and can be vendor specific.

                        RDF Schema Representation:

                        This section gives an example of schema using Resource Description Framework (RDF). See 3GPP TS 23.234, “3GPP system to Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) inter-working System description” (Reference [8]). RDF uses SPARQL (see 3GPP TS 23.060, “General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) Service Description Stage 2” (Reference [7])) as a query language for querying information. Both RDF schema and SPARQL are represented in XML. An RDF schema defines the structure of set of expressions, where the underlying structure of any expression is a collection of triples, each consisting of a subject, a predicate and an object. XML syntax for RDF called RDF/XML is defined in GPP TR 43.901 “Feasibility Study on Generic Access to A/Gb Interface” (Reference [9]).

                          • Supports both hierarchical and non-hierarchical information structure.
                          • Allows for flexible data query
                          • Allows for distributed schema definition
                          • Easier way to change the schema definition

                          As discussed below, the RDF schema definition for MIIS has two parts: the basic and the extended schema. The basic schema is not supposed to be updated. An MIH entity is typically pre-provisioned with the basic schema for ease of implementation of schema-based query. In scenarios where the basic schema is not pre-provisioned methods such as DNS query may be used to access the location (FQDN) of the basic schema.

                          Unlike the basic schema, the extended schema is expected to be updated periodically, e.g., when a new link-layer technology is introduced. The extended schema can be retrieved from the specified URL via the IEEE 802.21 information service using the schema query capability described in Section 8.5.3 of IEEE 802.21 Media Independent Handover Services21-05-xxxx-00-0000-One_Proposal_Draft_Text without any pre-provision of such extended schema. The URL of the extended schema can also be obtained via the schema URL query capability described in said section 8.5.3. Alternatively, a DNS query may be used for finding out the location (FQDN part) of extended schema. The extended schema is defined as an extension of the basic schema and includes data structure and relationship of media-specific or higher-layer information. In that sense extended schema is the complement of basic schema.

                          RDF/XML Schema Definition for IEEE 802.21 Information Service

                          The RDF/XML schema definition for IEEE 802.21 information service has two parts, i.e., the basic schema and the extended schema. Every MIH entity should be pre-provisioned with the basic schema. The basic schema is not supposed to be updated. The rest of the RDF/XML schema is the extended schema. Unlike the basic schema, the extended schema is supposed to be updated, e.g., when a new link-layer technology is introduced, and an MIH entity does not need to be pre-provisioned with the extended schema. Instead, the extended schema can be retrieved via the information service using, e.g., the schema query capability described in the prior patent applications incorporated herein by reference above.

                          Preferred Embodiments Integrating XML and TLV

                          In some preferred embodiments, both XML and TLV format are used for information discovery. The size of query and response obtained via RDQL is much larger than the size of TLV query and response. However, if basic schema is changed to a more flat structure, then the size of query and response will be reduced. On the other hand, XML-based query provides more extensibility and flexibility.

                          In order to reduce, e.g., the number of bytes transmitted (e.g., wirelessly over the air), a compressed version of XML can be used (such as, e.g., gunzip). By using a compressed version of XML, during information query, discovery time can be reduced to some extent. Some examples of using integration of XML and TLV are described below.

                          In order to support the query and response in a most cost effective manner, it is desirable to provide extensibility, flexibility and efficiency. In this regard, two possible candidate solutions include, e.g., XML and TLV. Here, XML provides schema-based semantic querying, but needs to send more bits over the air if one uses, e.g., native XML 1.0 format. On the other hand, TLV provides binary encoding but does not provide a standard query language for semantic query.

                          In some approaches, to integrate XML and TLV, XML data is converted to TLV. In some illustrative examples set forth below, two methods are described. In this regard, a first method (e.g., Method A) can be applicable to any XML data, and a second method (e.g., Method B) can be applicable to a particular query language. In this regard, XML-based query language typically has three types of queries—e.g., Construction query, Selection query and Boolean query.

                          With respect to these queries, a Construction query is used to fetch the sub-paragraph, Selection query is used for selected bindings, and Boolean query is used for “yes” or “no.”

                          As indicated above, according to the preferred embodiments of the invention, two methods for converting XML data (e.g., XML 1.0 data) to TLV format are provided. In the following discussion, the two methods and XML 1.0 are compared in terms of number of encoded octets and processing time for the above-noted three typical query types.

                          Information Service Properties

                            • Extensible:
                              • The specification shall preferably be able to support not only existing PHY/MAC technologies, but also any future PHY/MAC technology, without changing the 802.21 specification itself every time a new PHY/MAC technology is invented.
                              • The specification shall preferably be able to support various types of queries to be useful for different handover mechanisms, protocols, algorithms and policies.
                              • The specification shall preferably be able to (a) avoid unnecessary information query/exchange (query efficiency) and (b) have less information encoding overhead (encoding efficiency).
                                • In preferred embodiments, the schema provides extensibility.
                                • In preferred embodiments, the semantic query provides flexibility and query efficiency.
                                • In preferred embodiments, the binary encoding provides encoding efficiency.

                                In preferred embodiments, these functionalities above can be achieved by integrating XML and TLV, in a manner to achieve the best of each solution.

                                  • XML provides a schema-based semantic query. However, XML needs to send more bits wirelessly over the air if we use, e.g., native XML 1.0 format (note: a proposed solution in 802.21 draft involves RDF/XML+SPARQL).
                                  • TLV provides binary encoding. However, TLV does not provide a standard query language for semantic query.

                                  In some preferred embodiments, XML and TLV can be integrated as follows. In particular, according to some embodiments, a potential approach involves an XML binary representation. According to such potential approaches, the XML data contained in a query result is converted into TLV.

                                  In some preferred embodiments, in order to convert the XML data, an alias-based (simple and lightweight) method is employed, which includes, e.g.: a) converting XML namespace names to integers b) converting XML tag names to integers c) converting XML attribute names to integers and d) converting ENTRY names to integers.

                                  In some preferred embodiments, integer mapping can be employed that is either static or dynamic. For example, static mapping can be, e.g., for pre-defined tags and/or attributes. On the other hand, dynamic mapping can be, e.g., for other tags, attributes and/or namespaces. In some embodiments, dynamic mappings can be carried with data and/or provided via an out-band mechanism.

                                  In some of the preferred embodiments, two exemplary conversion methods (e.g., Method A and Method B below) can be employed, as set forth below.

                                    • In a first step, an alias-based conversion is performed which includes:
                                      • Converting XML namespace names to integers
                                      • Converting XML tag names to integers
                                      • Converting XML attribute names to integers
                                      • Converting ENTRY names to integers.
                                      • Mappings that are preferably carried with data.
                                        • In a first step, semantic bundling is performed which includes:
                                          • Mapping two or more semantically-related XML tags to a single integer for further optimization.
                                          • Taking advantage of the knowledge of the query language syntax.

                                          According to some illustrative and non-limiting embodiments, some aspects related to implementation of Method A are shown in FIGS. 6(A) to 6(R).

                                            • Construction query: used for sub-graph fetch.
                                              • For Construction queries, RDF triples in XML are returned.
                                              • For Selection queries, selected bindings (e.g., pairs of variable names and values) in XML are contained and returned
                                              • For Boolean queries, “yes” or “no” in XML is contained and returned.

                                              For reference, FIG. 7(A) shows an illustrative example of a Construction query. In this regard, the query can be, e.g., for obtaining IEs of a neighboring point of attachment (PoA). In addition, FIGS. 7(B)(i) and 7(B)(ii) show illustrative examples of Construction query results—i.e., with query results in XML 1.0 shown at the left side of the figure, and with query results in XML binary in TLV at the right side of the figure.

                                              For reference, FIG. 7(C) shows an illustrative example of a Selection query. In this regard, the query can be, e.g., for obtaining a neighboring point of attachment (PoA). In addition, FIG. 7(D) shows an illustrative example of a Selection query result—i.e., with query results in XML 1.0 shown at the left side of the figure, and with query results in XML binary in TLV at the right side of the figure.

                                              For reference, FIG. 7(E) shows an illustrative example of a Boolean query. In this regard, the query can be, e.g., for asking if a neighboring PoA is, e.g., 802.11. In addition, FIG. 7(F) shows an illustrative example of a Boolean query result—i.e., with query results in XML 1.0 shown at the left side of the figure, and with query results in XML binary in TLV at the right side of the figure.

                                                • For a Construction query (e.g., used for sub-graph fetch), the result is, e.g., a sequence of RDF triples (e.g., Subject, Predicate, Object).
                                                • For a Selection query, the result is, e.g., a table of variables and values.
                                                • For a Boolean query, the result is, e.g., “yes” or “no.”

                                                Some aspects related to implementation of Method B, according to some illustrative and non-limiting embodiments, are shown in FIGS. 9(A) to 9(G).

                                                  • Value field: NULL.
                                                  • This TLV may be used for encoding, e.g., result of “yes” for Boolean query of SPARQL.
                                                  • Preferably, when this TLV is carried, other TLVs carried in the same query result can be omitted.
                                                  • Preferably, a receiver network device which receives this TLV decodes it to an appropriate XML format for the corresponding SPARQL Query results.
                                                    • Value field: NULL.
                                                    • This TLV may be used for, e.g., encoding a result of “no” for a Boolean query of SPARQL.
                                                    • Preferably, when this TLV is carried, other TLVs carried in the same query result can be omitted.
                                                    • Preferably, a receiver network device which receives this TLV decodes it to an appropriate XML format for the corresponding SPARQL Query results.

                                                    FIGS. 10(A)(i) to 10(A)(ii) show an illustrative Construction query result with SPARQL optimization according to some embodiments.

                                                    Furthermore, FIG. 10(B) shows an illustrative Selection query result with SPARQL optimization according to some embodiments.

                                                    In addition, FIG. 10(C) shows an illustrative Boolean query result with SPARQL optimization according to some embodiments.

                                                    In addition, FIG. 11 shows a chart depicting some comparisons of the formats according to some illustrative and non-limiting examples.

                                                    In addition, FIG. 12 is a diagram illustrating some types of conversions, including direct conversions and 3-step conversions from binary data to internal data.

                                                    Moreover, FIG. 13 is a table showing some illustrative examples of data conversion times related to a construction query using an integrated approach under direct conversion and 3-step conversion examples, for Methods A, B and gunzip methods. In this regard, the table shows some sample results demonstrating how the query time can be reduced by using a combination of XML and TLV or by using a compressed version of XML (gunzip). Similarly, Selection query time and Boolean query time also get reduced by using a combination of XML and TLV. On average, Selection Query results in a delay similar to Construction Query, while time for Boolean Query is much smaller than the other two queries because of the number of bytes. In this regard, in some embodiments, Boolean Query byte size is about one-tenth of Selection Query byte size and about one-eighth of Construction Query byte-size.


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                                                    The above-mentioned aspects and other aspects of the present techniques will be better understood when the present application is read in view of the following figures in which like numbers indicate similar or identical elements:

                                                    FIG. 1 shows an embodiment of an offer distribution system and consumer mobile devices configured to distribute, predictively cache, and geotarget geolocated offers in areas with limited wireless connectivity

                                                    FIG. 2 shows an embodiment of a process for distributing and tracking multi-stage geolocated offers that may be performed by some embodiments of the offer distribution system of FIG. 1

                                                    FIG. 3 shows an embodiment of a process for presenting and redeeming multi-stage geolocated offers based on a sequence of geographic locations sensed by a consumer mobile device, such as the consumer mobile devices of FIG. 1

                                                    FIG. 4 shows an example of a process performed by some embodiments of a client application to log instances in which requests for offer content fail

                                                    FIG. 5 shows an example of a process performed by some embodiments of an offer distribution system to gather reports of failed requests for offer content and designate geographic areas for predictive caching of offers

                                                    FIG. 6 shows an example of a distributed computing process performed by some embodiments of client devices and offer distribution systems to cache geographically targeted offers

                                                    FIG. 7 shows an example of a process performed by some embodiments of an offer distribution system to cache single-use offers on mobile computing devices

                                                    FIG. 8 shows an example of an ad-hoc mesh network geotargeting content items with peer-to-peer transmissions between mobile computing devices

                                                    FIG. 9 shows an example of a process to share content with nearby mobile computing devices

                                                    FIG. 10 shows an example of a process to receive, display, and retransmit shared content

                                                    FIG. 11 shows an example user interface of a mobile computing device displaying a plurality of electronically distributed offers

                                                    FIG. 12 shows a more detailed view of an example given offer in a user interface of a mobile computing device and

                                                    FIG. 13 shows an example of a computer system that may be used to implement some or all of the components described herein.

                                                    While the invention is susceptible to various modifications and alternative forms, specific embodiments thereof are shown by way of example in the drawings and will herein be described in detail. The drawings may not be to scale. It should be understood, however, that the drawings and detailed description thereto are not intended to limit the invention to the particular form disclosed, but to the contrary, the intention is to cover all modifications, equivalents, and alternatives falling within the spirit and scope of the present invention as defined by the appended claims.


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                                                    ArcGIS ist der Sammelbegriff für eine umfassende GIS-Produktfamilie, die verschie­dene Möglichkeiten zum Einbindung und Anbieten von GIS-Funktionalitäten und -Daten am Desktop, via Server, im Web oder als mobile Anwendung im Außendienst bietet. Die ESRI-Campuslizenz der Goethe-Universität umfasst u.a. die folgenden Produkte: ArcGIS Desktop (Basic, Standard und Advanced) diverse. To complete the activation of ArcGIS Trial and create a new ArcGIS Online account, enter the required information, and click Create My Account. GEODATA SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGIES, INC. Tel. No. +632 637-4449 19/F Strata 100 Building, F. Ortigas Jr. Road, Ortigas Center Fax No. +632 633-6873 Brgy. San Antonio, 1605 Pasig City, Metro Manila Email: [email protected] w w w . g e o d a t a . c o m. Unable to add trusted servers in all ArcGIS Online trial organizations and in some ArcGIS Online subscriptions. BUG-000128278: In ArcGIS Online, when a group is configured as featured content in the ArcGIS Online home page, and that group contains web maps with offline map areas, the home page featured content is filled with additional thumbnails for map areas, feature layers, and the basemap.

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                                                    ArcGIS Online is a cloud-based platform that allows its members to create, share, store and access maps, applications and data and can also be used to extend the capabilities of ArcGIS for Desktop. ArcGIS Online is based on an annual subscription with varied plans that include the number of users in an organization and service credits. Service credits are used as currency and applied to. ArcGIS .mxd Viewer Free Online Trial If you need a good ArcGIS .mxd file viewer free trial, you may want to check the CarryMap. I have tried it the past weeks and it is quite an easy tool that publishes ArcGIS projects into an electronic map Note: The 180-day trial of ArcGIS for Desktop is limited to one-time use only for each software workbook. In addition, the ArcGIS for Desktop software trial is only applicable to new, unused software workbooks. The software trial cannot be reused, reinstalled, nor can the time limit on the software trial be extended

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                                                    One of the ArcGIS World Geocoding Service operations is always paid (geocodeAddresses) one is always free (suggest) and the others can be either free or paid—it depends on whether you are using them for search capabilities only, such as temporarily displaying the results, or storing the results for later use.. Paid operations require an ArcGIS Online subscription and deduct credits from. Get a FREE 14-day trial of Backup Manager for ArcGIS Online, starting now until April 30th, 2020! Many of us are finding ourselves needing to work with our teams remotely during the COVID-19 outbreak, making data management and coordination more critical than ever. North Point Geographic Solutions' Backup Manager for ArcGIS Online can help your team maintain data integrity while. Geocom hat viele nützliche Tools entwickelt, welche hier in einfacher Weise zur Verfügung gestellt werden. Die meisten Tools haben einen direkten Bezug zu GIS - es gibt jedoch auch solche, welche GIS-unabhängig nutzbringend sind. Für die hier zur Verfügung gestellten Tools bieten wir keinen Support an. Gerne bieten wir Ihnen Beratung, Projektbegleitung, Konfiguration und.

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                                                    Offer distribution systems are used by merchants (e.g. retailers, service providers, and the like) to convey offers (e.g. coupons, rewards, or sales) to consumers over networks, like the Internet. In some cases, offers may be redeemable in-store, for example, by a consumer printing the offer at home and presenting the printout to a store clerk or by the consumer presenting the offer with a mobile device, like a cell phone, to the merchant. In some cases, offers may be redeemable online, for example, on a merchant's website by a consumer entering an offer-specific code at checkout. Generally, one or more entities operating an offer distribution system obtain data describing the offers from merchants, and the offer distribution system is used to distribute the offers to (in some cases, select) consumers and help consumers find relevant offers. In many cases, merchants compensate entities operating offer distribution systems for such services, for example, based on offer impressions or redemptions by consumers. In one type of offer distribution system, an affiliate network distributes offers to publishers, and the publishers then distribute offers to consumers. In this type of system, the affiliate network typically tracks redemptions of the offers, such that the publishers can be compensated by merchants. In another type of offer distribution system, a single entity obtains the offers from a merchant and distributes those offers to consumers, e.g., using websites or native mobile applications provided by that entity to consumers to access the offer distribution system.

                                                    The following is a non-exhaustive listing of some aspects of the present techniques. These and other aspects are described in the following disclosure.

                                                    Some aspects include a process, including: receiving, with one or more processors, from a remote user computing device, a geographic location of the user computing device determining that the user computing device is in a cache geographic area in which information about potentially relevant geographically-targeted offers is to be predictively loaded into memory of the user computing device before the user requests the information about geographically-targeted offers selecting, with one or more processors, an offer from a repository of offers based on the selected offer being associated with the cache geographic area or a location in the cache geographic area and in response to the determination, sending, with one or more processors, the selected offer to the user computing device for storage in cache memory of the user computing device before the user requests the selected offer.

                                                    Some aspects include a tangible, non-transitory, machine-readable medium storing instructions that when executed by a data processing apparatus cause the data processing apparatus to perform operations including the above-mentioned process.

                                                    Some aspects include a system, including: one or more processors and memory storing instructions that when executed by the processors cause the processors to effectuate operations of the above-mentioned process.


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