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Medak, Damir

Booksections

  • Medak, D.(2001): 'Lifestyles'. In Life and Motion of Socio-Economic Units. (Frank, A.U., Raper, J., & Cheylan, J.-P., eds.), London, Taylor & Francis.
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Other Journals

  • Colic Kresimir, et al.(1996): 'Croatia in EUREF'94 and the Project CRODYN'. In Geodetski list, 50 (73) (4), pp: 331-351.
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  • Medak, D.(1997): 'Specialist Meeting Report "Formalising and Representing Spatial and Temporal Change in Spatial Socio-Economic Units, Nafplion, Greece, 22-26 May 1996".' In GISDATA Newsletter (8), pp: 16-18.
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Other Conference Proceedings

  • Frank, A.U., & Medak, D.(1999): 'Formal models of a spatiotemporal database'. In Proceedings of DATASEM'99 - 19th Annual Conference on the Current Trends in Databases and Information Systems, (Richta, K., ed.), in Brno, Czech Republic (24-26 October, 1999), Published by Dept. of Computer Science, Czech Technical University, pp: 117-130.
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  • Medak, D.(1996): 'Lifestyles - An Algebraic Approach to Change in Identity'. In Spatio-Temporal Database Management (International Workshop STDBM'99, Edinburgh, Scotland, Sept. 10-11, 1999). (Böhlen, M.H., Jensen, C.S., & Scholl, M.O., eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 1678, Berlin, Springer-Verlag, pp: 19-38.
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  • Medak, D.(1997): 'Lifestyles - A Formal Model'. In Proceedings of Chorochronos Intensive Workshop '97, (Frank, A.U., & Winter, S., eds.), in Petronell-Carnuntum, Austria, Published by Dept. of Geoinformation, TU Vienna.
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Thesis

  • Medak, D.(1999): 'Lifestyles - A Paradigm for the Description of Spatiotemporal Databases'. Ph.D., Department of Geoinformation, Technical University Vienna, Vienna.
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Reports

  • Frank, A.U., & Medak, D. 1997. 'Executable Axiomatic Specification Using Functional Language - Case Study: Base Ontology for a Spatio-Temporal Database', Institute for Geoinformation, TU Vienna.
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