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No 15 (2017)

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Table of Contents

Editorial PDF
Matt Duckham 1

Research Articles

Sailing: Cognition, action, communication PDF
Thora Tenbrink, Frank Dylla 3-33
VGI in surveying engineering: Introducing collaborative cloud land surveying PDF
Ioannis Sofos, Vassilios Vescoukis, Maria Tsakiri 35-64
Insight provenance for spatiotemporal visual analytics: Theory, review, and guidelines PDF
Andreas Hall, Paula Ahonen-Rainio, Kirsi Virrantaus 65-88
A cutting-plane method for contiguity-constrained spatial aggregation PDF
Johannes Oehrlein, Jan-Henrik Haunert 89-120
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