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Andrew U. Frank
Andrew U. Frank
em. Professor for Geoinformation, TU Wien
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Natural objects with indeterminate boundaries
PA Burrough
Geographic objects with indeterminate boundaries, 3-28, 2020
9492020
Qualitative spatial reasoning: Cardinal directions as an example
AU Frank
International journal of geographical information science 10 (3), 269-290, 1996
6111996
Qualitative spatial reasoning about distances and directions in geographic space
AU Frank
Journal of Visual Languages & Computing 3 (4), 343-371, 1992
6091992
Qualitative spatial reasoning with cardinal directions
AU Frank
7. ÷sterreichische Artificial-Intelligence-Tagung/Seventh Austrian†…, 1991
4661991
Tiers of ontology and consistency constraints in geographical information systems
AU Frank
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 15 (7), 667-678, 2001
2992001
Concepts and paradigms in spatial information: are current geographical information systems truly generic?
PA Burrough, AU Frank
International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 9 (2), 101-116, 1995
2711995
A conceptual model of wayfinding using multiple levels of abstraction
S Timpf, GS Volta, DW Pollock, MJ Egenhofer
Theories and Methods of Spatio-Temporal Reasoning in Geographic Space†…, 1992
2691992
Language issues for GIS
AU Frank
Applications, 147-163, 1991
2531991
A topological data model for spatial databases
MJ Egenhofer, AU Frank, JP Jackson
Design and Implementation of Large Spatial Databases: First Symposium SSD'89†…, 1990
2531990
Different types of “times” in GIS
AU Frank
Spatial and temporal reasoning in geographic information systems, 40-62, 1998
2461998
Object-oriented modeling for GIS
MJ Egenhofer, A Frank
Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association 4 (2), 3-19, 1992
2191992
Object-oriented modeling for GIS
MJ Egenhofer, A Frank
Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association 4 (2), 3-19, 1992
2191992
Multiple representations for cartographic objects in a multi-scale tree—an intelligent graphical zoom
AU Frank, S Timpf
Computers & graphics 18 (6), 823-829, 1994
2151994
Cognitive and linguistic aspects of geographic space
D Mark, AU Frank
Springer Science & Business Media, 1991
213*1991
Spatio-temporal databases: The CHOROCHRONOS approach
M Koubarakis, T Sellis, AU Frank, S Grumbach, RH GŁting, CS Jensen, ...
Springer, 2003
207*2003
Chapter 2: ontology for spatio-temporal databases
AU Frank
Spatio-temporal databases: The chorochronos approach, 9-77, 2003
2052003
Spatial concepts, geometric data models, and geometric data structures
AU Frank
Computers & Geosciences 18 (4), 409-417, 1992
1851992
Spatial ontology: A geographical information point of view
AU Frank
Spatial and temporal reasoning, 135-153, 1997
1671997
Experiential and formal models of geographic space
DM Mark, AU Frank
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 23 (1), 3-24, 1996
1671996
A formalization of metaphors and image-schemas in user interfaces
W Kuhn, AU Frank
Cognitive and linguistic aspects of geographic space, 419-434, 1991
1661991
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