Browsing Spatial Knowledge with Linked Ontologies
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Browsing spatial knowledge using linked ontologies supports multiple views on spatial data and allows users to explore that data with concept browsing or spatial feature browsing which are linked. A prototype application, KnowledgeScape, has been developed to demonstrate said data exploration.
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