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New, Content-based Geographic Map Search Tool Unveiled

September 17, 2012

Tomasz Stepinski demonstrates LandEx How can you find similar sections of a very large map? A University of Cincinnati researcher will soon share an elegant solution with colleagues from around the world. Full Story

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