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Adding Panoramas to Google Maps Using Ajax

@inproceedings{Bradley2005AddingPT,
  title={Adding Panoramas to Google Maps Using Ajax},
  author={Derek Bradley},
  year={2005}
}
This project is an implementation of an Ajax web application. AJAX is a new technology based on asynchronous communication between a client web browser and a back-end server, allowing web applications to request and receive data without ever reloading the page. A popular application that uses Ajax technology is Google Maps. The goal of this project is to develop an extension of Google Maps which includes viewing 360-degree ground-based panorama images. The project includes development of a… 

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