ACS Applied Computer Science

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The paper goal is to analyze GIS opportunities as constructive pillar for student performance. The presented methodology aims to explain spatial evaluation techniques through geo-tools, which could turn into a compre-hensive strategy for student education. The paper aims to emphasize the vigor influence visual impact release on error checking. The analyses aim to create an optimized methodology toward a sustainable development process. Spatial tools as executable units and geo-databases as storage units are the future of modern technologies whose embracement leads the analyst into a higher level of control. Due to vast implementation in multiple fields and life routines GIS technology comes as an attractive discipline toward students’ curiosity, easily to be absorbed and subject to further development.
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Hysenaj, M. (2015). Development of GIS technologies and methods in education. Applied Computer Science, 11(4), 30-41. 
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Hysenaj, Medjon. "Development of Gis Technologies and Methods in Education." Applied Computer Science 11, no. 4 (2015): 30-41.
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M. Hysenaj, "Development of GIS technologies and methods in education," Applied Computer Science, vol. 11, no. 4, pp. 30-41, 2015.
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Matuszak J. Tool wear measurement after milling of aluminum alloy using combined roughness and contour device. Applied Computer Science. 2015;11(4):51-7.​​​​​