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Computational Intelligence and Geo-Informatics in Viticulture

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Computational Intelligence and Geo-Informatics in Viticulture
Geo-informatics is a field of science that combines geodetic and spatial information processing methods with computing hardware and software technologies. Research being conducted by the authors extends this blend of science and technology by utilising contemporary computational techniques for data analysis and some sensor and telemetry technologies integrated with spatial information processing methods. The geospatial technologies of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and Global Positioning Systems (GPS) have had a transformational effect on both the science and industry of this field, as has the advent of wireless telemetry
Subana Shanmuganathan, Philip Sallis, Leopoldo Pav
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where ASIAMS
Authors Subana Shanmuganathan, Philip Sallis, Leopoldo Pavesi, Mary Carmen Jarur Muñoz
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