Frank Tuijnman

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An approach to an open infrastructure for geographic information on the Internet is presented in this chapter. This infrastructure enables data providers to publish their data independently, while enabling end-users to access data from several providers simultaneously, and integrate the data locally in a geographic browser. Our goal is that an end-user(More)
PEER is a federated object management system developed at the University of Amsterdam. In this paper, the design of the prototype implementation architecture of PEER is described. This implementation is based on an object-oriented database model and language. PEER is mainly intended to represent and support the complex data interrelation and information(More)