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By Hansi Senaratne, Lydia Gerharz, Edzer Pebesma, Angela Schwering (auth.), Jérôme Gensel, Didier Josselin, Danny Vandenbroucke (eds.)

For the 6th consecutive yr, the AGILE convention promoted the book a booklet amassing high-level clinical contributions from unpublished primary clinical examine.
The papers released within the AGILE 2012 LNG&C quantity give a contribution considerably to Geographical details technological know-how advancements and to the good fortune of the fifteenth AGILE convention (Avignon, France, 24-27April, 2012) lower than the identify ‘Bridging the Geographic details Sciences’. This year’s convention emphasizes that geoinformation technological know-how, geomatics and spatial research are fields during which assorted disciplines, epistemologies and clinical cultures meet.
Indeed, the medical articles released during this quantity conceal a large range of GIScience similar subject matters, together with: Spatio-temporal info Modelling and Visualisation; Spatial info Infrastructures; Geo net companies and Geo Semantic net; Modelling and administration of Uncertainty; Spatio-temporal facts caliber and Metadata; Mobility of folks, items and structures, Transports and Flows; Spatial research, Geostatistics, and Geo info Retrieval; Modelling and Spatial research of city Dynamics, city GIS; GIS and Spatial research for international switch Modelling, effect on area; and Geographic info technological know-how: hyperlinks with different disciplines and people.

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Looking at the categorisation of spatio-temporal uncertainty visualisation methods, additional parameters could be added in the future. One such parameter is the uncertainty representation type of the uncertain data that needs to be visualised. Not all methods can deal with the different uncertainty representation types (full PDFs, quantiles). Therefore, by including such a parameter, the purpose of the web application would be further enhanced. This web application has the potential to be integrated with a visualisation tool in creating visualisations.

Both scenes have equal DS and OS invariants of (r, l, r) and (CW, CCW) respectively. However, the scene in Figure 5(a) has an IS invariant of (1, 2, 3) while the scene in Figure 5(b) has a IS invariant of (2, 3, 1). The necessity of the DS and OS invariants can also be proved in a similar manner. The proof of this fact is not presented, due to page space limitations. (a) (b) Fig. 5. The scenes (a) and (b) are not topologically equivalent. 3 Completeness of invariants We now prove that the IS, DS and OS invariants form a set of invariants which is complete in the context of the topological relationships which may exist between two lines.

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