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No 13 (2016): Special Feature: Provenance and Credibility in Spatial and Platial Data

Table of Contents

Editorial PDF
Matt Duckham 1

Research Articles

Mixed Map Labeling PDF
Maarten Löffler, Martin Nöllenburg, Frank Staals 3-32
Enhancing building footprints with squaring operations PDF
Imran Lokhat, Guillaume Touya 33-60

Review Articles

Trajectory data mining: A review of methods and applications PDF
Jean Damascène Mazimpaka, Sabine Timpf 61-99

Special Feature Editorial

Provenance and credibility in spatial and platial data PDF
Grant McKenzie, Martin Raubal, Krzysztof Janowicz, Andrew Flanagin 101-102

Special Feature Research Articles

Mapping neighborhood scale survey responses with uncertainty metrics PDF
Charles Robert Ehlschlaeger, Yizhao Gao, James D Westervelt, Robert C Lozar, Marina V Drigo, Jeffrey A Burkhalter, Carey L Baxter, Matthew D Hiett, Ellen R Hartman 103-130
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