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IJSTR >> Volume 4 - Issue 3, March 2015 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Analysis Of Educational Services Distribution-Based Geographic Information System (GIS)

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AUTHOR(S)

Waleed Lagrab, Noura AKNIN

 

KEYWORDS

Keywords: Spatial Distribution, GIS, Kindergarten, Dispersion, Spatial Analysis, Geographic Database.

 

ABSTRACT

Abstract: This study analyzes the spatial distribution of kindergarten facilities in the study area based on the Geographic Information Systems (GIS), in order to test an efficiency of GIS technology to redistribute the existing kindergarten and choose the best location in the future and applying the standard criteria for selecting the suitable locations for kindergarten. To achieve this goal, the data and information are collected via interviews and comprehensive statistics on the education facilities in Mukalla districts in YEMEN, which contributed to building a geographic database for the study area. After that, the Kindergarten spatial patterns are analyzed in terms of proximity to each other and used near some other land in the surrounding area such as: streets, highways, factories, etc. Also, measures the concentration, dispersion, clustering and distribution direction for the kindergarten, this study showed the effectiveness of the GIS for spatial data analysis. One of the most important finding, that most of the Kindergarten was established in Mukalla city, did not take into account the criteria that set by the authorities. Furthermore, almost district suffers from a shortage in the number of kindergarten, and pattern of distribution of those kindergartens dominated by spatial dispersed.

 

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