Ontology Patterns for Complex Topographic Feature Types

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Abstract Complex feature types are defined as integrated relations between basic features for a shared meaning or concept. The shared semantic concept is difficult to define in commonly used geographic information systems (GIS) and remote sensing technologies. The role of spatial relations between complex feature parts was recognized in early GIS literature… (More)

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@inproceedings{Varanka2011OntologyPF, title={Ontology Patterns for Complex Topographic Feature Types}, author={Dalia Varanka}, year={2011} }