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The video boards used on the tests were: an S3 Virge of 1MB with PCI bus, an NVidia GeForce 2 of 64MB PCI bus and an NVidia GeForce 2 of 64MB AGP bus. The S3 Virge video board does not implement any hardware accelerated instruction, whereas the GeForce 2 video boards do so. The video boards had been exchanged between the two computers, except the GeForce 2 AGP device which was not possible to install in the Pentium 233MHz computer because no AGB bus was available. The region of interest was subdivided into 1x1, 2x2, 4x4, 8x8, 16x16, 32x32, 64x64, 128x128 grids, that is, 2xx2x grids, where x = 0,…, 7.

L. Mello, L. F. C. F. Silva structions, control points, hydrography, localities, altimetry and vegetation. Considering a given region, there is a specific toponymy archive associated to each category, totalizing eighteen archives. So, an area mapped by DSG has nine features archives and nine toponymy archives. Fig. 3. The representation of any region over a geographic space is composed by overlapping information layers of called cartographic categories. The quantity of geometric elements available in each cartographic category can become computationally onerous, either under the graphical processing point of view, or under memory consumption.

L. Rodrigues, M. V. A. Andrade, G. R. Queiroz, M. A. de Magalhães to enable the development of a new generation of GIS applications, based on the technological advances on spatial databases [2, 14]. The Terralib library is composed by many modules and, as any other GIS, it has a geometrical module that is responsible for giving support to geometric operations required by other GIS modules. Certainly, among these geometric operations, one of the most important is the overlay of two maps [1, 5, 11, 12].

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