WCSE 2015
ISBN: 978-981-09-5471-0 DOI: 10.18178/wcse.2015.04.130

Designing Basic Relational Database for Analysis Land-Use Change

Orawit Thinnukool, Noodchanath Kongchouy

Abstract— The processing and analysis of spatial data especially land-use are becoming increasingly dependent on the methodology used in managing the data rather than only using only Geographic Information System (GIS) software. Our approach in handling spatial data for recorded land-use data using basic land-use concept saves cost and is effective for developing land-use analysis. The aim of the study is to design and explain how land use data can be retrieved and managed by a free. The example was used to analyze land-use change, with freely available tools. These tools can handle the spatial data very well. The computation was based on the actual number of observations via Google Earth with free version on pilot area. The results demonstrate the use of normal statistics analysis for prediction in the analysis of land use change is easy to understand.

Index Terms—Land-use analysis, land-use change, relational database, prediction

Orawit Thinnukool
Department of Modern Management and Information Technology, College of Arts, Media and Technology, Chiang Mai University, THAILAND
Noodchanath Kongchouy
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Faculty of Science, Prince of Songkla University, THAILAND


Cite: Orawit Thinnukool, Noodchanath Kongchouy, "Designing Basic Relational Database for Analysis Land-Use Change," 2015 The 5th International Workshop on Computer Science and Engineering-Information Processing and Control Engineering (WCSE 2015-IPCE), pp. 812-818, Moscow, Russia, April 15-17, 2015.