Decision making is one of the most important application areas of geoinformatics. Such support is mainly oriented on the identification of locations that fulfil certain criterion. The contribution presents the suitability of various approaches of spatial query using different types of Fuzzy thresolds. Presented methods are based on the classical logic (Crisp queries), Fuzzy logic (Fuzzy queries) and Possibility theory (Possibilistic Queries). All presented approaches are applied in the case study. Use these findings may contribute to the better understanding of the nature of the methods used and can help to obtain more accurate results, which have a determining influence on subsequent decision-making process.
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