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Ontology-driven geographic information integration: A survey of current approaches

Ontology-driven geographic information integration: A survey of current approaches,10.1016/j.cageo.2008.02.033,Computers & Geosciences,Agustina Buccel

Ontology-driven geographic information integration: A survey of current approaches   (Citations: 15)
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Integrating different information sources is a growing research area within different application domains. This is particularly true for the geographic information domain which is facing new challenges because newer and better technologies are capturing large amounts of information about the Earth. This trend can be combined with increases in the distribution of GIS (Geographic Information Systems) on the Web, which is leading to the proliferation of different geospatial information repositories and the subsequent need to integrate information across repositories to get consistent information. To overcome this situation, many proposals use ontologies in the integration process. In this paper we analyze and compare the most widely referred proposals of geographic information integration, focusing on those using ontologies as semantic tools to represent the sources, and to facilitate the integration process.
Journal: Computers & Geosciences - COMPUT GEOSCI , vol. 35, no. 4, pp. 710-723, 2009
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