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試験番号1Z0-595
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試験価格:US $ 245
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Oracle Database 1Z0-595認定試験では、空間データの読み込みと検証、 空間データを索引付けする。 空間クエリを実行する。 空間処理を行う。 ジオコーディング、ルーティング、空間解析、マイニング。 高度な索引付け(パーティション化、並列化、ファンクション索引)。 リニアリファレンスとネットワークとトポロジモデルを使用して、 GeoRaster; 3Dとライダーデータの管理 パフォーマンスとチューニング/ Exadata; ワークスペース?マネージャを使用します。

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Oracle Spatial Concepts and Data Structures

Describe the data types, data models, coordinate systems, indexing structure, query model, and types of spatial queries
Describe the Oracle Spatial schema and how spatial data is represented in the database
Explain spatial metadata structures and views
Explain coordinate systems and unit support, including Oracle data structures
Loading and Validating Spatial Data

Load spatial data from text files using SQL Loader and external tables
Load spatial data from GIS files using Oracle Map Builder, Oracle shapefile loader and GDAL/OGR
Perform transactional inserts
Describe data validation and correction routines in Oracle Spatial
Use export and import utilities to move spatial data between databases
Move spatial data between databases by using transportable tablespaces
Indexing Spatial Data

Explain R-tree indexing concepts, how R-tree indexes are built, and index structures
Create indexes, set index parameters, and create indexes in parallel
Describe index metadata and find index size
Performing Spatial Queries

Explain the differences between spatial operators and spatial functions
Write queries to determine spatial relationships and return geometries using SDO_RELATE and SDO_FILTER operators
Write queries returning results within a specific distance and nearest neighbors
Write queries finding correlations between two spatial layers
Write queries combining spatial and non-spatial criteria
Performing Spatial Processing

Perform area, length, and distance calculations using spatial functions
Create buffers, combine geometries, and derive geometries
Use spatial aggregate functions
Describe the functions for arc densification and coordinate transformation
Use spatial utility functions
Describe the functions for conversion from/to OGC formats
Generate GML documents from spatial objects
Modify geometries using PL/SQL
Use the Java API to work with geometries
Oracle Fusion Middleware MapViewer

Explain the use of Oracle Fusion Middleware MapViewer
Describe the architecture of MapViewer
Install, configure, and administer MapViewer using OC4J and WebLogic Server
Define maps using styles, themes, and maps
Define and manage tile caches
Build applications using the Oracle Maps tutorial
Integrate external data
Define and access OGC Web Mapping Service and Web Feature Services
Geocoding, Routing, Spatial Analysis and Mining

Describe geocoding concepts, process, and functionality provided in Oracle Spatial
Describe the geocoding data model
Describe geocoding functions and structure of address results
Explain point addressing, structured address geocoding, and reverse geocoding
Install, configure, and use geocoding services with the XML API
Describe where to obtain data to use with the geocoding and routing engines
Describe the capabilities and architecture of the routing engine
Describe the routing engine tables
Install and configure the routing engine
Formulate XML route requests and describe the structure of route responses
Explain the concept of network partitioning
Partition the network used by the routing engine
Describe the uses and capabilities of the spatial analysis and mining functions
Web Services

Describe the four major Open Geospatial Consortium standards for spatial web services and the services they enable
Describe the architecture, configuration steps, and example queries for Web Mapping Service for Oracle Database
Describe the architecture, configuration steps, and example queries for Oracle Database for Web Feature Service
Use WMS/WFS themes in MapViewer applications
Describe the architecture, configuration steps, and example queries for Oracle Database for Open Location Services
Describe the architecture, configuration steps, and example queries for Oracle Database for Catalog Service
Explain the Oracle licensing requirements
Advanced Indexing (Partitioning, Parallelism, Function-Based Indexes)

Explain the concept of table and index partitioning
Describe the benefits of partitioning for spatial tables
Partition a spatial index using range partitioning
Partition spatial data based on location
Explain why spatial queries achieve performance benefits from partitioned indexes
Create indexes in parallel
Explain where parallel query is supported
Describe a spatial function-based index
Create a spatial function-based index
Using Linear Referencing and Network and Topology Models

Explain linear referencing concepts, use cases, and data structures
Convert geometries to LRS structures and use the main dynamic segmentation, point, and validation functions
Describe network modeling concepts, use cases, and data structures
Define, load, and manage networks in the Oracle Spatial network data model using the PL/SQL API
Explain the concept of load-on-demand and network partitioning
Describe network analysis functions available with the load-on-demand Java API for analysis
Use the network tutorial to build an application using network analysis
Describe topology data model concepts, advantages, use cases, and storage model
Define and load topologies, define features, and perform topology queries and editing using the PL/SQL and Java APIs
GeoRaster

Describe raster data concepts
Describe the Oracle Spatial GeoRaster storage model, including logical and physical structures
Explain the compression techniques available and their benefits
Load, export, use, and manage rasters in Oracle Spatial GeoRaster
Use the open source GDAL/OGR library and tools to load and export rasters between other data formats and GeoRaster
View/manage raster data by using the features of the GeoRaster viewing tool
Describe the GeoRaster functions for managing and manipulating rasters, and the Java API features and functions
Describe available 3rd party and open source GeoRaster processing and analysis tools available
Use MapViewer to display rasters and overlay them with vectors
Managing 3D and Lidar Data

Describe 3D data concepts, objects/models supported by Oracle Spatial, coordinate systems, and data structures for modeling surfaces/solids
Explain the 3D operations available, and how to transform 2D data to 3D
Convert data into CityGML and KML for publishing and viewing, load CityGMLdata, and query 3D data using SQL
Describe point clouds and their storage model
Load point clouds and describe point cloud processing functions
Describe triangulated irregular network (TIN) concepts and storage model, and available functions for data management/extraction/conversion
Performance and Tuning / Exadata

Describe key tips on spatial indexing
Optimize your spatial queries
Explain best practices of the usage of spatial operators
Explain best practices of the usage of spatial functions
Describe how to best define your spatial data model
Describe best practices for spatial metadata, tolerance and coordinate systems usage
Explain best practices for spatial data loading and validation
Describe key spatial application considerations
Explain how to optimize Spatial on Exadata
Explain how Oracle Spatial is architected to exploit the processing power, bandwidth and parallelism of Exadata
Explain how Oracle Spatial on Exadata can ingest massive amounts of data from sensors, weather data, satellites and other streams
Workspace Manager

Explain Workspace Manager concepts, features, and architecture
Describe the concepts of versioning on a table and create, merge, refresh tables
Describe the concepts of administering privileges and locking, and detecting and resolving conflicts
Describe some 3rd party GIS tools that use Workspace Manager

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1.What is the most effective way to compare all the geometries in one layer to all the geometries in
another?
A. usingSDO_CROSS
B. usingSDO_RELATE
C. usingSDO_JOIN
D. usingSDO_LAYER
E. usingSDO_UNION
Answer: B
Explanation:
SDO_RELATE
Format: SDO_RELATE(geometry1, geometry2, param);
Description
Uses the spatial index to identify either the spatial objects that have a particular spatial interaction with a
given object such as an area of interest, or pairs of spatial objects that have a particular spatial interaction.
This operator performs both primary and secondary filter operations.
References: https://docs.oracle.com/cd/B28359_01/appdev.111/b28400/sdo_operat.htm#SPATL1039

2.Which statement is true about the networks managed by the Oracle Spatial Network Data Model?
A. A link connects two or more nodes.
B. In a directed network, all links can be traversed in both directions.
C. A link can have the same node as start end nodes.
D. A node must be connected to at least two links.
Answer: C

3.Which statement correctly defines the corresponding Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) Web
Services standards?
A. Web Map Service (WMS) enables browsing and querying against catalog servers.Web Feature
Service (WFS) enables geocoding, routing, and usage of mapping and directory services.OpenGIS
Location Service (OpenLS) enables access, search, and modification of geospatial features.Catalog
Service for the Web (CSW) enables requests and delivery of maps.
B. CSW enables browsing and querying against catalog servers.WMS enables access, search, and
modification of geospatial features.OpenLS enables geocoding, routing, and usage of mapping and
directory services.WFS enables requests and delivery of maps.
C. WFS enables access, search, and modification of geospatial features.CSW enables browsing and
querying against catalog servers.WMS enables requests and delivery of maps.OpenLS enables
geocoding, routing, and usage of mapping and directory services.
D. WFS enables access, search, and modification of geospatial features.CSW enables browsing and
querying against catalog servers.WMS enables requests and modification of maps.OpenLS enables
geocoding, routing, and usage of mapping and directory services.
Answer: C
Explanation:
VMS:The OpenGIS Web Map Service Interface Standard (WMS) provides a simple HTTP interface for
requesting geo-registered map images from one or more distributed geospatial databases. A WMS
request defines the geographic layer(s) and area of interest to be processed. The response to the request
is one or more geo-registered map images (returned as JPEG, PNG, etc) that can be displayed in a
browser application. The interface also supports the ability to specify whether the returned images should
be transparent so that layers from multiple servers can be combined or not.
CSW: Catalogue services support the ability to publish and search collections of descriptive information
(metadata) for data, services, and related information objects. Metadata in catalogues represent resource
characteristics that can be queried and presented for evaluation and further processing by both humans
and software. Catalogue services are required to support the discovery and binding to registered
information resources within an information community.
WFS: The Web Feature Service Interface Standard (WFS) provides an interface allowing requests for
geographical features across the web using platform-independent calls.
OpenLS: The OpenGIS Open Location Services Interface Standard (OpenLS) specifies interfaces that
enable companies in the Location Based Services (LBS) value chain to “hook up” and provide their pieces
of applications such as emergency response (E-911, for example), personal navigator, traffic information
service, proximity service, location recall, mobile field service, travel directions, restaurant finder,
corporate asset locator, concierge, routing, vector map portrayal and interaction, friend finder, and
geography voice-graphics. These applications are enabled by interfaces that implement OpenLS services
such as a Directory Service, Gateway Service, Geocoder Service, Presentation (Map Portrayal) Service
and others.
References:http://www.opengeospatial.org/standards/wms

4.The match mode for a geocoding operation determines how closely the attributes of an input address
must match the data stored in the geocoder schema. Which MATCHMODE attribute would you use so
that the geocoder can deliver results despite any discrepancies in the input address?
A. RELAX_ALL
B. EXACT
C. RELAX_BASE_NAME
D. DEFAULT
E. Null
Answer: D
Explanation:
DEFAULT is equivalent to RELAX_POSTAL_CODE, in which the postal code (if provided), base name,
house or building number, and street type can be different from the data used for geocoding.
Incorrect
Answers:
A, E:
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can be different from the data used for geocoding. For example, if Pleasant Valley is the base name of a
street in the data used for geocoding, Pleasant Vale would also match as long as there were no
ambiguities or other matches in the data.
References:https://docs.oracle.com/cd/B28359_01/appdev.111/b28400/sdo_geocode_concepts.htm