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No 18 (2019)

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Research Articles

Discovery of topological constraints on spatial object classes using a refined topological model PDF
Ivan Majic, Elham Naghizade, Stephan Winter, Martin Tomko 1-30
Evaluating existing manually constructed natural landscape classification with a machine learning-based approach PDF
Rok Ciglič, Erik Štrumbelj, Rok Češnovar, Mauro Hrvatin, Drago Perko 31-56
A hidden Markov model for matching spatial networks PDF
Benoit Costes, Julien Perret 57-89
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