Semantic annotation of geographic information

  title={Semantic annotation of geographic information},
  author={Eva Marie Klien},
We address the question how to explicate the meaning of terms that carry geographic information (GI), i.e. we deal with semantic annotations of geographic features. Semantic annotation establishes a link between feature type and formal category descriptions. To evaluate the validity of using a category for annotation, it is necessary to either know or determine that the features (that are instances of the feature type) represent members of that category. For example, the category FLOODPLAIN… CONTINUE READING


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