marco at boeringa.demon.nl
Thu May 3 08:32:47 UTC 2018
Agree, the primary reason I gave these links is not to promote any
specific form of (closed source) software or workflows, but because the
documents illustrate many of challenges involved, and may give ideas for
others of how to approach certain problems regarding generalization.
Op 3-5-2018 om 07:28 schreef Tomas Straupis:
> 2018-05-03 1:05 GMT+03:00 Marco Boeringa wrote:
>> You do realize the 1-2 years is well after the 2013 date that the Dutch
>> Kadastre started to publish their work?
> Lithuania was given as contra to "the only".
> Savino (Italy) was given as contra to "the first" (as his work was
> published in 2011). (It is also a "must read" for anyone interested in
> Anyways, there is no point of talking about who first, last, only
> etc. All approaches using closed commercial software are pointless for
> OSM - it cannot be reused. Everything can be done with open source so
> that all code/algorithms are open and clear and there is no need to
> pay piles of money for nothing.
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