ArcGIS Desktop – desktop geographic information system, with maximum functionality in a line of software products ArcGIS . Includes all the functionality of ArcGIS for Desktop Basic (ArcView) and ArcGIS for Desktop Standard (ArcEditor) and expanded with additional tools for spatial analysis and data processing, as well as professional mapping tools. In the world of GIS ArcGIS for Desktop Advanced (ArcInfo) ‘de facto’ standard is a GISand used every day in thousands of organizations to create, edit and analyze data.
ArcGIS Data Interoperability
Additional module ArcGIS Data Interoperability extension for Desktop – an integrated set of spatial ETL , which is run as part of geoprocessing using the technology of Safe Software’s FME . It allows you to combine data from multiple sources and in different formats, use this data with geoprocessing tools and publish them using ArcGIS for Server .
ArcGIS 64-bit Background Geoprocessing
Setting Background Geoprocessing replaces the normal 32-bit background processing, which is the standard in ArcGIS 10.1 for Desktop , 64-bit, which is used to process and perform analysis on systems with a lot of RAM helps to process large amounts of data that are 32 bit environment often cause failures. Because all processing is performed in 64-bit space, uses more system resources.
ArcGIS Case Tools
One strategy that is used to create the geodatabase is the use of language UML design diagrams and CASE -means subsystem ArcGIS to create a feature dataset, feature classes, tables, and other objects. Language UML – a standard that was developed by Object Management Group (OMG) to perform object-oriented analysis and design solutions. Many call this language tool for simulation “software components.”