Front Matter : Geographic Data Imperfection 1: From Theory to Applications

Abstract : Geomatics is a scientific field that in the last 30 years has become closely intwined with our everyday life, to such an extent that we often forget all its underlying challenges. Who does not have a navigation application on his or her mobile phone? Who does not manipulate geolocated data? In the coming decades, the volumes of georeferenced data generated should increase dramatically. This book focuses on the notion of imperfection in geographic data, which is a significant topic in geomatics...
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Mireille Batton-Hubert, Eric Desjardin, François Pinet. Front Matter : Geographic Data Imperfection 1: From Theory to Applications. Mireille Batton‐Hubert Eric Desjardin François Pinet. Geographic Data Imperfection 1: From Theory to Applications, Wiley Online Library, pp.i-xii, 2019, 9781119507284. ⟨10.1002/9781119507284.fmatter⟩. ⟨emse-02267420⟩

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