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ADBIS
2004
Springer
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Vague Spatial Data Types, Set Operations, and Predicates
Many geographical applications deal with spatial objects that cannot be adequately described by determinate, crisp concepts because of their intrinsically indeterminate and vague n...
Alejandro Pauly, Markus Schneider
SSD
2005
Springer
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Topological Predicates Between Vague Spatial Objects
Topological predicates are an important element of database systems that allow manipulation of spatial data. Based on the necessity for such systems to handle uncertainty, we intro...
Alejandro Pauly, Markus Schneider
SAC
2005
ACM
12 years 3 months ago
Identifying topological predicates for vague spatial objects
Many geographical applications deal with spatial objects that cannot be adequately described by determinate, crisp concepts because of their intrinsically indeterminate and vague ...
Alejandro Pauly, Markus Schneider
SSD
1997
Springer
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12 years 1 months ago
Vague Regions
Abstract: In many geographical applications there is a need to model spatial phenomena not simply by sharp objects but rather through indeterminate or vague concepts. To support su...
Martin Erwig, Markus Schneider
GIS
2000
ACM
12 years 1 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
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