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In many applications of information technology spatial data must be handled. Geographic Information Systems are rapidly expanding key components of information technology. GIS are particularly demanding, as they bring together databases, geometry from CAD/CAM and relate to real world phenomena or legal objects. The potential for integration is enormous, but the difficulties with data transfer limit actual use.

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Authors: FRANK A U, Technical University of Vienna (AT);ANNONI A, Technical University of Vienna (AT)
Bibliographic Reference: Paper presented: ASITA, Bolzano, 24-27th November 1998
Availability: Available from Public Relations and Publications Unit, JRC-Ispra (IT)
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