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IPMU
2010
Springer
10 years 4 months ago
Plateau Regions: An Implementation Concept for Fuzzy Regions in Spatial Databases and GIS
Abstract. Many geographical applications need to model spatial phenomena with vague or indeterminate boundaries and interiors. A popular paradigm adopted by the GIS community for t...
Virupaksha Kanjilal, Hechen Liu, Markus Schneider
GIS
2000
ACM
10 years 3 months ago
Metric operations on fuzzy spatial objects in databases
Uncertainty management for geometric data is currently an important problem for (extensible) databases in general and for spatial databases, image databases, and GIS in particular...
Markus Schneider
SOCO
1998
Springer
9 years 11 months ago
Approximate analysis of binary topological relations between geographic regions with indeterminate boundaries
The development of formal models of spatial relations is a topic of great importance in spatial reasoning, geographic information systems (GIS) and computer vision, and has gained ...
F. Benjamin Zhan
GIS
2003
ACM
11 years 22 days ago
Statistical tools for regional data analysis using GIS
A GIS provides a powerful collection of tools for the management, visualization and analysis of spatial data. These tools can be even more powerful when they are integrated with s...
Konstantin Krivoruchko, Carol A. Gotway, Alex Zhig...
COSIT
2009
Springer
165views GIS» more  COSIT 2009»
10 years 6 months ago
To Be and Not To Be: 3-Valued Relations on Graphs
Spatial information requires models which allow us to answer ‘maybe’ to questions asking whether a location lies within a region. At the same time, models must account for data...
John G. Stell
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