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Research Trends in Geographic Information Science

Edited By: Gerhard Navratil
Publisher: Springer Nature
Research Trends in Geographic Information Science
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  • Research Trends in Geographic Information Science ISBN: 9783540882435 Hardback Feb 2009 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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In June/July 2008, the Institute for Geoinformation and Cartography of the Vienna University of Technology organized a scientific colloquium in Vienna where 15 well-known scientists presented their ideas of research for the upcoming decade. This book contains papers prepared by the participants. In order to get a wider scope, other researchers were asked to contribute papers to this book. As a result, the book proposes research topics for the next decade.

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Edited By: Gerhard Navratil
Publisher: Springer Nature
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