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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 08)
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GIS-Based Target Tree Management Supporting System Based on Plug-In Technology

Yixiang Wang, Shangbin Bai, Yuanchang Lu and Shougong Zhang
Corresponding Author:  Yixiang Wang 

Key words:  Geographic Information System (GIS), plug-in technology, target tree management, tree level, , ,
Vol. 5 , (08): 2514-2519
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July 27, 2012 September 03, 2012 March 15, 2013

Traditional forest management models based on stand or landscape level should be transformed to concluding an individual tree level at the same time. Target tree management individual operation method based on close-to-nature sivlculture need to develop to implement such transformation. Aiming to complicated analysis, large computing and the status of lack of effective analysis tool for the operation method, we tried to develop GIS-based plug-in Target Tree Management system Supporting System (TTMSS) to meet this requirement combing plug-in technology of .Net framework, C# and ArcGIS Engine 9.3 components kit. A target tree management individual operation method was established by designing target trees and interference trees decision processes and methods based on Geographic Information System (GIS). The results showed that the operation method improved the feasibility and reduced the difficulty of the target tree management with GIS technology to help improve the operations on the individual tree level. It was proved that TTMSS was an effective tool for target tree management. Under this plug-in mode, the users merely need to do is add or replace plug-ins if one wants to expand or upgrade the system, extremely improve TTMSS’s portability and expandability.
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Yixiang Wang, Shangbin Bai, Yuanchang Lu and Shougong Zhang, 2013. GIS-Based Target Tree Management Supporting System Based on Plug-In Technology.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 5(08): 2514-2519.
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