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AGILE: GIScience Series Open-access proceedings of the Association of Geographic Information Laboratories in Europe
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The AGILE: GIScience Series (AGILE-GISS) provide a set of papers for the annual AGILE conferences and serve as a platform for the exchange of scientific ideas, approaches, methods and experiences in the field of geographical information science (GIScience). They are intended to interest those who conduct research on basics and computational issues of geographic information, as well as issues related to the design, implementation, and use of geographical information for various applications. Published articles cover the developments in computer science, geography, cartography, engineering, crowdsourcing, data science, and artificial intelligence.

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