Towards Temporal Dynamic Segmentation

@article{Guo2004TowardsTD,
  title={Towards Temporal Dynamic Segmentation},
  author={Bo Guo and Carl E. Kurt},
  journal={GeoInformatica},
  year={2004},
  volume={8},
  pages={265-283}
}
In recent years, there have been many research studies focusing on linear data modeling as well as on temporal GIS-T (GIS for transportation) implementations. However, what was fundamentally missing from the research circle was the study of a methodology for processing and representation of linearly referenced features in the temporal context, or temporal dynamic segmentation. This paper dissects the functional specifications of temporal dynamic segmentation. The authors start by exploring the… 
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