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Information Fusion and Geographic Information Systems Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop, 17-20 May 2009

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Edited By: VV Popovich, M Schrenk, C Claramunt and K.V Korolenko
372 pages, 139 illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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The Workshop Proceedings introduce research results received in the areas of GIS and technologies in relation with Corporate Information Systems (CIS). In this context the attention is also paid to a wide range of problems of data harmonization, integration and fusion (HIF) concept regarding CIS.

The book deals with conventional problems of information integration, development of GIS and GIS-applications to a wide spectrum of information systems considerably varying in purpose and scale. New class of GIS - intelligent GIS is considered including principles of their developing and programming technologies. Special attention is drawn to ontologies' development and their use in GIS and GIS-applications.

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Proceedings
Edited By: VV Popovich, M Schrenk, C Claramunt and K.V Korolenko
372 pages, 139 illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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