Gabriel de S. Fedel

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Typical biodiversity information systems can only solve a small part of user concerns. Available query mechanisms are based on traditional textual database manipulations, combining them with spatial correlations. However, experts need more complex computations – e.g., using non-textual data sources. This involves a considerable amount of manual tasks, to(More)
Although database management systems supply basic tools to data recovery and analysis through standard transactions in large amounts of data, the analysis of these data in high dimensional spaces is an overwhelming job. On the other hand, human beings have a great capacity to quickly absorb and understand information presented in graphical form. As data(More)
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