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INVISIP : Metadata-based Information Visualization Techniques to Access Geodata Archives and to Support the Site Planning Process

INVISIP : Metadata-based Information Visualization Techniques to Access Geodata Archives and to Support the Site Planning Process

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GÖBEL, Stefan, Jörg HAIST, Harald REITERER, Frank MÜLLER, 2002. INVISIP : Metadata-based Information Visualization Techniques to Access Geodata Archives and to Support the Site Planning Process. 3rd CODATA Euro- American Workshop, Jul, 2002. In: 3rd CODATA Euro- American Workshop on Information Visualization Presentation and Design, July 2002

@inproceedings{Gobel2002INVIS-6244, title={INVISIP : Metadata-based Information Visualization Techniques to Access Geodata Archives and to Support the Site Planning Process}, year={2002}, booktitle={3rd CODATA Euro- American Workshop on Information Visualization Presentation and Design, July 2002}, author={Göbel, Stefan and Haist, Jörg and Reiterer, Harald and Müller, Frank} }

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