Spatial coincidence modelling, automated database updating, and data consistency in vector GIS
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Spatial coincidence modelling, automated database updating, and data consistency in vector GIS by Olajide Kufoniyi

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Published by International Institute for Aerospace Survey and Earth Sciences in Enschede .
Written in English


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StatementOlajide Kufoniyi.
SeriesITC publication ;, no. 28, ITC publication (Enschede, Netherlands) ;, no. 28.
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LC ClassificationsMLCM 2005/02870 (G)
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 201 p. :
Number of Pages201
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL492087M
ISBN 109061641055
LC Control Number98223745
OCLC/WorldCa60741785

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