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Spatial data infrastructures
Geospatial semantic web
Geographic information in Web 2.0
Geospatial web services
Geospatial ontology engineering
Semantic annotation of geospatial data sources
Similarity and geospatial concept representation
Sensor web services and sensor networks
Location-based services, mobile & ubiquitous geo-computing
Space time analysis and modelling
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Map-algebra services
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Social aspects of geospatial information
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Cognitive aspects of spatial knowledge
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