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Constraint Databases and Moving Objects

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Constraint Databases and Moving Objects, Fig. 1
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A city street network Strada and its adjacency-list representation


  • Standardize Precipitation Index
  • Street Segment
  • Spatiotemporal Data
  • Corn Yield
  • Directed Weighted Graph

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Li, L. (2014). Constraint Databases and Moving Objects. In: Shekhar, S., Xiong, H., Zhou, X. (eds) Encyclopedia of GIS. Springer, Cham.

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