Michael Tiedge

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The integration of heterogeneous geospatial data offers possibilities to manually and automatically derive new information, which are not available when using only a single data source. Furthermore, it allows for a consistent representation and the propagation of updates from one data set to the other. However, different acquisition methods, data schemata(More)
The integration of heterogeneous geospatial data sets offers extended possibilities of deriving new information which could not be accessed by using only single sources. Different acquisition methods, data schemata and updating periods of the topographic content leads to discrepancies in geometry, accuracy and topicality which hampers the combined usage of(More)
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