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dg.o Technology Demos: January, 2003

  • Database Middleware for Distributed Ontologies in State and Federal Family & Social Services
    Ahmed K. Elmagarmid and Athman Bouguettaya at
    Purdue Research Foundation and Virginia Tech
    - Demo
    - Project abstract

  • Software Architectures for Microsimulation of Urban Development, Transportation, and Environmental Impact
    Alan H. Borning, David S. Notkin and Paul Waddell at
    University of Washington
    - Project abstract
    - Home page
    - Download application

  • Digitalization of Coastal Management and Decision-Making
    Rami Al-Ruzouq, Ruijin Ma, Kai-chien (Kevin) Cheng, Chung-Yen Kuo, Sean O'Neil, Kaichang Di, Ron Li, Keith W. Bedford, C.K. Shum, Tarig Ali, J. Raul Ramirez, Aidong Zhang, Ohio State University and SUNY Buffalo

  • Rapid Updates of GIS Databases from Digital Images
    Howard Schultz, Allen R. Hanson, Edward M. Riseman, Frank Stolle, Zhigang Zhu, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

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