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Shim, I. A. F. (2001). Signal processing techniques for partial discharge detection and mapping in high voltage underground cable networks, University of Strathclyde.

Shin, K. (1998). The numerical effect of discretisation of continuous systems and bilinear mapping of non-linear systems, University of Southampton, Institute of Sound and Vibration Research.

Shirley, R. W. (1983). The mapping of the world: early printed world maps, The Holland Press.

Shirley, R. W. (1993). The mapping of the world: early printed world maps 1472-1700. London, New Holland (Publishers): xlvi, 669 p.; 35 cm.

Shirley, R. W. (2001). Kitchener's survey of Cyprus 1878-1883: the first full triangulated survey and mapping of the island. Nicosia, Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation: 70p.: ill. (some col.), maps (some col.); 30cm.

Short, A. K. (1994). Epitope mapping studies in systemic vaculitis, University of Cambridge.

Short, J. R. (2001). Representing the Republic: mapping the United States, 1600-1900. Picturing history. London, Reaktion: 256 p.: ill., maps, 1 port.; 24 cm.

Shriver, E. (1999). A formalization of the attribute mapping problem, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories.

Shupe, B. and C. O'Connell (1983). Mapping your business. New York, Special Libraries Association.

Sideris, M. G. E. (2002). Gravity, geoid and geodynamics 2000: GGG2000 IAG international symposium, Springer.

Sieber, R. E. and K. E. Brassel (1986). A selected bibliography on spatial data handling: data structures, generalization and three-dimensional mapping, Department of Geography, University Zurich-Irchel.

Siegel, P. S. K. (1995). Automatic technology mapping for asynchronous designs. Stanford, Calif., Computer Systems Laboratory, Stanford University: xvi,159p.

Sigurdson, T. (1993). Ground penetrating radar for geological mapping. Aarhus geoscience; v.3. Aarhus, Department of Earth Sciences, Aarhus University: 117p.

Silberstein, L. J. (2000). Mapping Jewish identities. New perspectives on Jewish studies. New York; London, New York University Press: x, 368 p.: ill.; 23 cm.

Sildvee, H. (1998). Gravity measurements of Estonia. Masala, Finnish Geodetic Institute.

Silver, M. and D. Balmori (2003). Mapping in the age of digital media: the Yale Symposium. Chichester, Wiley-Academy: 144 p.: ill.; 26 cm.

Simakova, M. S. (1964). Soil Mapping by Color Aerial Photography. [By] M.S. Simakova. Jerusalem, Israel Program for Scientific Translations: 24.5 x 17 cm. pp. 81.

Simonds, C. B. (1904). Hints on Military Mapping, pp. 22. William Clowes & Sons: London: 16.

Simpson, M. A. (2004). Mapping and identification of the causative genes in two neurological disorders present at high frequency in Amish populations. London, University of London: 1 v.; 31 cm.

Sims, D. and S. McMeeking (2004). Mapping the 14-19 learning landscape. LGA research report; 10/04. Slough, National Foundation for Educational Research: 39 p.; 30 cm.

Singh, R. B. (1991). Environmental monitoring: application of remote sensing and GIS. Hong Kong, Geocarto International Centre.

Singh, R. B. E. (1995). Global environmental change: perspectives of remote sensing and geographic information system: International seminar entitled "Monitoring geosystems-perspectives for the 21st Century": Selected papers, Oxford and IBH Publishing Company.

Singh, U. (1993). Linking crop models with a geographic information system to assist decisionmaking: a prototype for the Indian semiarid tropics. Muscle Shoals, Ala., U.S.A., International Fertilizer Development Center.

Singhroy, V. H., D. D. Nebert, et al. (1996). Remote sensing and GIS for site characterization: applications and standards. West Conshohocken, PA, ASTM.

Singleton, P. H., W. L. Gaines, et al. (2002). Landscape permeability for large carnivores in Washington: a geographic information system weighted-distance and least-cost corridor assessment. [Portland, Or.], United States Department of Agriculture, Pacific Northwest Research Station.

Sisley, J. D. (1986). Group decision making: A preference mapping approach, University of Southampton.

Sithole, G. (2005). Segmentation and classification of airborne laser scanner data. Delft, Netherlands Geodetic Commission.

Siu, Y. L. (1991). Application of GIS in energy-environment modelling, University of Leeds, School of Geography.

Sizmur, S. R. (1996). Collaborative concept mapping and children's learning in primary science, University of London.

Skidmore, A. (2002). Environmental modelling with GIS and remote sensing. London, Taylor & Francis.

Slapsak, B. E. (2001). On the good use of geographic information systems in archaeological landscape studies, Office for Official Publications of the European communities.

Smaalen, J. W. N. (2003). Automated aggregation of geographic objects: a new approach to the conceptual generalisation of geographic databases. Delft, NCG.

Smallbone, K. L. (1998). Mapping ambient urban air pollution at the small area scale: a GIS approach, University of Huddersfield.

Smaller, J. T. (1987). Nuclear rivalry and bounded vision: An investigation of conflict resolution techniques and a development of cognitive mapping in relation to the problem of disarmament, University of Bradford.

Smee, D. K. (1975). Soil mapping: a case study at Haselbech, Northamptonshire, 1954-1974. Salisbury, Wilts., Compton Russell: 3 parts: ill., maps; 29cm.

Smee, P. E. H. (1995). Issues affecting the utility of computer-based mapping applications, Open University.

Smith, A. V. (1991). Vehicle routing systems and GIS, Association for Geographic Information.

Smith, C., P. D. Bates, et al. (1997). Development of an inundation mapping capability using high resolution finite element modelling, University of Bristol.

Smith, D. A. (1996). On the improvement of gravimetric geoid undulations and oceanographic dynamic topography through a combination with satellite altimetry and the application of a modified Kalman filter algorithm. Columbus, Ohio, Department of Geodetic Science and Surveying, Ohio State University.

Smith, D. E. and D. L. Turcotte (1993). Contributions of space geodesy to geodynamics: crustal dynamics. Washington, D.C., American Geophysical Union.

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