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This paper investigates the causes of imprecision of the observations and uncertainty of the authors who create Volunteer Geographic Information (VGI), i.e., georeferenced contents generated by volunteers when participating in some citizen science project. Specifically, various aspects of imprecision and uncertainty of VGI are outlined and, to cope with(More)
Currently, the best practice to support land planning calls for the development of Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDI) capable of integrating both geospatial datasets and time series information from multiple sources, e.g., multitemporal satellite data and Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI). This paper describes an original OGC standard interoperable(More)
The aim of the article is to demonstrate that calibration of 3D vector magnetometers using neural networks is possible even in the conditions with external interferences, eliminating the requirement to choose environment. In addition, the selected calibration method is position-independent and therefore no positioning devices are necessary. Given the(More)
The paper reports a case study on the design and development of an Information and Knowledge-based Platform (IKP), whose core is a Geospatial Data Infrastructure (GDI ) . The IKP aims to support the agriculture sector in the Lombardy region of I taly. The main novelty of the present work is related primari ly to the management of geospatial data sets and(More)
Physiologically based kinetic (PBK) models are used widely throughout a number of working sectors, including academia and industry, to provide insight into the dosimetry related to observed adverse health effects in humans and other species. Use of these models has increased over the last several decades, especially in conjunction with emerging alternative(More)
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