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By Stefanakis E., et al. (eds.)

The mixing of the internet and Multimedia applied sciences with Geographical details structures (GIS) has lately result in the advance of latest kinds of multimedia geo-representations. presently, many geomatics suggestions are web-based and supply entry to multimedia components with a view to help successfully particular software domain names. The booklet serves as a suite of multi-disciplinary contributions relating to Geographic Hypermedia and highlights the technological elements of GIS. in particular, it specializes in its database and database administration approach. The methodologies for modeling and dealing with geographic info are defined.

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Different conceptualizations) heterogeneity. Semantic heterogeneity between data collections causes most integration problems. These problems refer to (Bernard et al. 2003): (a) metadata interpretation, and (b) data interpretation. As regards to metadata interpretation, different providers may use different terms. This makes it difficult 14 Emmanuel Stefanakis, and Michael P. Peterson for both the humans and the computers to recognize the coherence between similar terms. , CORINE vocabulary for land cover classification; EAA 2000) or not vocabularies.

1998). The conceptual architecture of hypermedia systems that demonstrate their evolution (Nürnerg and Leggett 1997, Nürnberg et al. 1998) are shown in Fig. 3. Client is a frontend unit that interacts with the hypermedia system. Storage engine is a backend repository of hypermedia content. Structure processor is a server that provides structural abstractions to clients. Link server implements the linkage between the client and the hypermedia content. In early hypermedia systems, a single process implements all aspects of the system (Fig.

Peterson cludes a series of anchors to other files distributed through the web. Each anchor is assigned a corresponding URL. By choosing/activating an anchor the browser sends a request to the appropriate server; and the server replies by sending the corresponding file back to the browser. This new file may be a file in either HTML format or in another format. In the former case, the file is interpreted and displayed by the browser. , the Adobe’s Acrobat Reader for pdf files; or Macromedia Flash for the swf files).

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