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Using GIS to visualise environmental information a case study based on digital terrain models

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2 Author(s)
Clematis, A. ; CNR, Genova, Italy ; De Martino, M.

We present an experience of use of geographic information system (GIS) to visualise environmental information. Our experience suggests that digital terrain models may represent a common base to provide consistent information derived combining different data. Some considerations about the use of realistic visualisation (rendering) versus semantic representation based on geometric reasoning are provided

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Computer Graphics International, 1998. Proceedings

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22-26 Jun 1998