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No 12 (2016)

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Research Articles

Creating the 2011 area classification for output areas (2011 OAC) PDF
Christopher G Gale, Alexander D Singleton, Andrew G Bates, Paul A Longley 1-27
µ-shapes: Delineating urban neighborhoods using volunteered geographic information PDF
Matt Aadland, Christopher Farah, Kevin Magee 29-43
A context-sensitive conceptual framework for activity modeling PDF
Rahul Deb Das, Stephan Winter 45-85
Exploring the human body space: A geographical information system based anatomical atlas PDF
Antonio Barbeito, Marco Painho, Pedro Cabral, João Goyri O'Neill 87-111
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