By Thomas Ottmann (auth.), Oliver Günther, Hans-Jörg Schek (eds.)
Spatial database administration has turn into a major subarea of present database study. learn during this region is usually characterised by means of interdisciplinary cooperation: machine scientists paintings with geographers andenvironmental scientists to supply higher entry to spatial databases of progressively expanding measurement. After the 1st Symposium on huge Spatial Databases (SSD '89) was once held in Santa Barbara, California, in 1989 (and its court cases released as quantity 409 of this series), a moment symposium (SSD'91) was once held in Zurich, Switzerland. This complaints quantity comprises the papers awarded at SSD '91. issues contain spatial facts types and entry equipment, functionality stories, geometric algorithms, spatial question languages and person interfaces, geographic details structures, and object-oriented techniques.
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40 A Final Body Count For indications of what Chaucer had in mind, the General Prologue is the natural place to try and do some archeological spadework. Here he expressly informs us about 29 pilgrims, “wel nyne and twenty” (line 24), exclusive of the Host and Chaucer the pilgrim himself. With “wel” signifying “as many as”, this gives us a fellowship of 31 setting out from Southwark. When we start counting the persons that he mentions, however, there is an extra pilgrim, for Chaucer’s list adds up to 32 and this is not counting the Canon’s Yeoman or the elusive Canon himself.
E. 44 I am not so sure about this. As long as the archetype was amended in a legible and transparent fashion, it could have been made to serve very well. And there are plainly several ways imagin41 Manly/Rickert, vol ii, p 95. Cf note 1. Also Caroline Eckhardt, who argues in favour of the number 33 as being symbolically meaningful and sees Chaucer’s reference to 29 as a redactional oversight. Caroline D. Eckhardt, ‘The Number of Chaucer’s Pilgrims: A Review and Reappraisal’, Yearbook of English Studies 5 (1975): 1-18.
60 No doubt several people belonging to their households should be included among Chaucer’s following. Actual names have been retrieved from fourteenth-century obscurity. These include: Sir Richard Sturry, Sir Lewis Clifford, who served as go-between in Chaucer’s correspondence with Deschamps, Sir Thomas Latimer, Sir William Neville, Sir John Montagu, the later Earl of Salisbury, and Sir John Clanvowe. Most of these were longtime acquaintances whom Chaucer knew from the time of Edward III. Further powerful associates included Sir William de Beauchamp and the already signalled De la Vache, son-in-law to Clifford.
Advances in Spatial Databases: 2nd Symposium, SSD '91 Zurich, Switzerland, August 28–30, 1991 Proceedings by Thomas Ottmann (auth.), Oliver Günther, Hans-Jörg Schek (eds.)