AEGIS-A state-ofthe art component based spatio-temporal framework for education and research

@inproceedings{Giachetta2018AEGISASA,
  title={AEGIS-A state-ofthe art component based spatio-temporal framework for education and research},
  author={Roberto Giachetta},
  year={2018}
}
In past years, geoinformation has gained a significant role in information technology due to the spread of GPS localization, navigation systems and the publication of geographical data via Internet. The inclusion of semantic information and temporal alteration has also become increasingly important in GIS. The overwhelming amount of spatial and spatiotemporal data resulted in increased research effort on processing algorithms and efficient data management solutions. This article presents the… CONTINUE READING

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