Fuzzy Tolerance: an extremely small distance used to resolve inexact intersection locations due to limited arithmetic precision of computers.
Fuzzy Tolerance is a technology and development blog focused primarily, but not exclusively, on Geospatial Information Systems (GIS). It also takes a strong bent, all things being equal, towards free and open source software. Its primary purpose is to foster knowledge sharing, communication, and collaboration with the community.
The content presented herein represents the opinions and ruminations of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of his employer, his family, his friends (real or imaginary), the unidentified creature living at the top of his stairs, or thoughtful people anywhere. The author is currently employed with the Strategic Planning and Program Support division of Mecklenburg County GIS.
Fuzzy Tolerance was created and is maintained by Tobin Bradley.