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No 22 (2021)

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Research Articles

Towards detecting, characterizing, and rating of road class errors in crowd-sourced road network databases PDF
Johanna Guth, Sina Keller, Stefan Hinz, Stephan Winter 1-31
Surface network extraction from high resolution digital terrain models PDF
Eric Guilbert 33-59
Examining satellite images market stability using the Records theory: Evidence from French spatial data infrastructures PDF
Chadi Jabbour, Anis Hoayek, Pierre Maurel, Zaher Khraibani, Latifa Ghalayini 61-82
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