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Prediction in geomorphology. In Wilcock, P. Spatial data files that utilize spreadsheet-type formats for arranging data are referred to as raster data files. The raster data model can store data for only one attribute elevation in the case of DTM. The geographic area covered by each cell pixel within the raster is assumed to have the same value of the attribute. The vector file format represents geographic entities using points, lines, and polygons. A domain of interest is comprised of a set of objects that are points, lines, or polygons.

In addition to storing spatial information, the file also consists of a database attribute table where different attributes or properties related to a geographic object are stored. Therefore, it is important that you always remember that DEMs are models for topography. Table 3.

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