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Li, B; Wilkinson, Graeme G
Publisher: Glyndŵr University Research Online
Languages: English
Types: Other
Subjects: Mobile Web Services, Advanced Geospatial Processing, Computer Sciences, Geographic Information Systems
This paper considers the development of the next generation of mobile web-based geospatial information services and the underlying research issues that need to be tackled. These include the human factors, (including device related issues and geosemantics), architectural issues and efficiency, complexity of processing and security issues.
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