- 1-1 Geometric Types
- 1-2 Query Model
- 1-3 MBR Enclosing a Geometry
- 1-4 R-Tree Hierarchical Index on MBRs
- 1-5 The Nine-Intersection Model
- 1-6 Topological Relationships
- 1-7 Distance Buffers for Points, Lines, and Polygons
- 1-8 Tolerance in an Aggregate Union Operation
- 2-1 Areas of Interest for the Simple Example
- 2-2 Rectangle
- 2-3 Polygon with a Hole
- 2-4 Compound Line String
- 2-5 Compound Polygon
- 2-6 Point-Only Geometry
- 2-7 Oriented Point Geometry
- 2-8 Geometry with Type 0 (Zero) Element
- 4-1 Geometries with MBRs
- 4-2 Layer with a Query Window
- 7-1 Geometric Segment
- 7-2 Describing a Point Along a Segment with a Measure and an Offset
- 7-3 Measures, Distances, and Their Mapping Relationship
- 7-4 Measure Populating of a Geometric Segment
- 7-5 Measure Populating with Disproportional Assigned Measures
- 7-6 Linear Feature, Geometric Segments, and LRS Points
- 7-7 Creating a Geometric Segment
- 7-8 Defining a Geometric Segment
- 7-9 Redefining a Geometric Segment
- 7-10 Clipping, Splitting, and Concatenating Geometric Segments
- 7-11 Measure Assignment in Geometric Segment Operations
- 7-12 Segment Direction with Concatenation
- 7-13 Scaling a Geometric Segment
- 7-14 Offsetting a Geometric Segment
- 7-15 Locating a Point Along a Segment with a Measure and an Offset
- 7-16 Ambiguity in Location Referencing with Offsets
- 7-17 Multiple Projection Points
- 7-18 Conversion from Standard to LRS Line String
- 7-19 Segment for Clip Operation Affected by Tolerance
- 7-20 Simplified LRS Example: Highway
- 8-1 Spatial Mining and Oracle Data Mining
- 15-1 Arc Tolerance
- 15-2 SDO_GEOM.SDO_DIFFERENCE
- 15-3 SDO_GEOM.SDO_INTERSECTION
- 15-4 SDO_GEOM.SDO_UNION
- 15-5 SDO_GEOM.SDO_XOR
- 16-1 Translating a Geometric Segment
- 20-1 Simplification of a Geometry
- C-1 Basic Flow of Action with the Spatial Routing Engine

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