(Semantic) Similarity-Blog

Why ballpoint pens and pencils are similar?

Archive for September, 2006

Pictures from GIScience 2006

Just some pictures from GIScience 2006 as flickr slideshow: [slideshow]

Similarity-Based Identity Assumptions

Here are the slides from my talk about steps towards a similarity-based identity assumption service given at GIScience 2006. You need PowerPoint >2000 for the transparency effects, sorry for that! [PPT]

See also [PDF] for a short summary of the underlaying idea of using thematic information as additional kind of (spatial) reference. Maybe this is also interesting in terms of Gazetteer research?

Copyleft instead of Copyright

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