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Maamar AYOUAZ, Redouane MAHMOUDI, Bachir TAKARLI Representation of buildings in TIN
KANNADASAN B, GNANAKUMAR R GROUNDWATER POTENTIAL AND LAND SUITABILITY ANALYSIS USING MULTICRITERIA APPROACH IN GIS
KANNADASAN B CHARACTERIZATION OF TSUNAMI AFFECTED AREAS USING REMOTE SENSING AND GIS
Felix Bachofer, Volker Hochschild, Helmut Schuler Monitoring of scrub encroachment on fallow ground in the biosphere reserve of the Palatine Forest with high resolution Quickbird- and LIDAR data
Teresa Batista, Carmen Caballero, Fernando Ceballos, Júlio Mateus SDI - OTALEX –Territorial and Environmental WEBGIS Observatory of Alentejo (Portugal) and Extremadura (Spain)
Stefania de zorzi GIS4EU : Provision of interoperable datasets to open GI to the EU communities
Jennifer Dickie, Claire Jarvis, Ross Morrison Mobile technology: Elaborate Toy or Effective Tool? Experiences within Geographical Information Science
Michael Hagenlocher, Stefan Kienberger Interactive visualization of conflict data in a virtual globe environment – the case of Mozambique
Michael Hagenlocher, Stefan Kienberger, Dirk Tiede Semi-automated Land Use / Land Cover classification of rural areas in Central Mozambique based on VHSR satellite data applying a class modelling approach
Eva Haslauer, Markus Keuschnig, Thomas Strasser Exploring 3D Visualization for Speleological Data
Jiri Horak, Igor Ivan, Monika Sedenkova Public Transport Accessibility in the Czech Republic
Jiri Horák, Katerina Makalová, Antonín Orlík, Josef Stromský, Jan Unucka T-DSS – a web based hydro-information system
Napoleon Kurantin The Potential of Geographic Information Science, Systems’ (GIS) Contribution to Emergence Preparedness, Management, Economic Growth and Development in Ghana
Dainis Lazdans, Maris Nitcis Using GIS tools to develop management plans of specially protected nature territories, Latvia (Latgale region)
Hugo Lopes, Eva Flores, Victor Martin, Ana Roldão SDI - OTALEX –Territorial and Environmental Observatory of Alentejo (Portugal) and Extremadura (Spain) Data models: Social and Economic; Physical-environmental
Malgorzata Luc, Elzbieta Bielecka, Jacek B. Szmanda From Land Cover Diversity to landscape variety in Poland. Raster data analysis.
Damir Medak, Adrijana Car, Dubravko Gajski, Jacek Kozak, Mario Miler, Bosko Pribicevic, Josef Strobl Improving Geoinformation Science and Technology Education in Croatia TEMPUS CARDS JEP – First Results
Mihailo Popovic Mapping Byzantium - The project Tabula Imperii Byzantini (TIB) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences
Izabela Sitko, Jacek Kozak, Katarzyna Ostapowicz Automatic training set development for land cover mapping with the satellite data
Vít Voženílek, Jakub Miřijovský GI field learning: four levels of data capturing
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