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Wong, K. C. (1984). View mapping for query languages. Milton Keynes, University of Open.

Woodgate, D. A. (2001). Mapping surgeons mapping the body: graphic renderings of visualisation, representation and dimensionality in (veterinary) surgical practice, University of Bath.

Woodrow, D., W. Parr, et al. (1994). River eutrophication risk modelling: a GIS approach; final report, Water Research Centre.

Woolf, R. G. (1992). Socrates and the self: the mapping of internal relations in some early Platonic dialogues, University of London.

Woolnough, D. F. (1974). The feasibility of photogrammetric mapping from space, University of New Brunswick: 1 microfiche.

Worboys, M. and M. Duckham (2004). GIS: a computing perspective. New York; London, Taylor & Francis.

Worboys, M. E. (1994). Innovations in GIS. Bristol, PA, Taylor and Francis.

Worboys, M. F. (1994). Innovations in GIS: selected papers from the first National Conference on GIS Research UK. London; Bristol, PA, Taylor & Francis.

Working Group of the, S. E. A. o. t. T. E. N. (1998). Spatial and ecological assessment of the TEN: demonstration of indicators and GIS methods, European Environment Agency.

World Mapping, P. (2001). Kroatien. 1:325 000: World Mapping Project. Beilefeld, Germany, Reise Know How Verlag Peter Rump Gmbh: 1 map: both sides, col.

Worrall, L. (1990). Geographic information systems: developments and applications. London, Belhaven.

Worrall, L. (1991). Spatial analysis and spatial policy using geographic information systems. London, Belhaven.

Wraight, A., J. Ball, et al. (1993). Mapping team midwifery, Institute of Manpower Studies.

Wrench, J. and E. Reid (1990). Race relations research in the 1990s: mapping out an agenda, Centre for Research in Ethnic Relations.

Wright Horton, J. E. and E. T. E. Cleaves (1997). Forum on geologic mapping applications in the Washington-Baltimore urban area, United States Government Printing Office.

Wright, C. P. (1995). Software architectures for visual concept refinement in digital mapping, University of Hull.

Wright, D. J. (2002). Undersea with GIS. Redlands, Calif., ESRI Press.

Wright, D. J. and D. J. Bartlett (2000). Marine and coastal geographical information systems. London, Taylor & Francis.

Wright, M., A. Fitzgibbon, et al. (1996). Beyond the Hough transform: further properties of the R#theta# mapping and their applications, University of Edinburgh, Department of Artificial Intelligence.

Wright, N. (2004). Mapping the language of landownership: discourses of property, management and rurality. Cheltenham, University of Gloucestershire: 1 v.; 31 cm.

Wrigley, N. (1977). Probability surface mapping: an introduction with examples and Fortran programs. Concepts and techniques in modern geography, 0306-6142; no.16. [Norwich] ([University of East Anglia, Norwich NR4 7TJ]), [Geo Abstracts]: 78p.: ill.; 21cm.

Wu, K. (1998). Direct calculation of MIP-map level for faster texture mapping, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories.

Wu, X., X. Chen, et al. (1982). Mapping of Reed-Muller coefficients and the minimisation of exclusive OR-switching functions, University of Bath School of Electrical Engineering.

Wyatt, P. and M. Ralphs (2003). GIS in land and property management. London, Spon Press.

Xu, Y. (1995). New data synchronization & mapping strategies for PACE - VLSI processor architecture, University of Nottingham.

Yalçin, B. (2004). QTL mapping in animal models. Oxford, University of Oxford: 1 v.; 31 cm.

Yi, Y. (1995). Determination of gridded mean sea surface from TOPEX, ERS-1 and GEOSAT altimeter data. Columbus, Ohio, Department of Geodetic Science and Surveying, Ohio State University.

Yom, J.-H. (2000). Design and implementation of automated mapping systems: with emphasis on image handling, University of Glasgow.

Yonemoto, M. (2003). Mapping early modern Japan: space, place, and culture in the Tokugawa period (1603-1868). Asia-Local studies/global themes; 7. Berkeley; London, University of California Press: xv, 234 p.: ill., maps; 24 cm.

Young, B. and M. Armstrong (1989). The applied geological mapping of the Dearham and Gilcrux area, Cumbria: 1:10 000 sheets NY03NE and 13NW; part of 1:50 000 sheets 22 (Maryport) and 23 (Cockermouth), British Geological Survey.

Young, C. (1993). The support and advice needs of rural voluntary organisations: an analysis of the findings of NCVO's mapping exercise in three rural counties, National Council for Voluntary Organisations.

Young, J. A. T. (1986). A U.K. geographic information system for environmental monitoring, resource planning & management capable of integrating & using satellite remotely sensed data. Nottingham, Remote Sensing Society.

Zaffaroni, D. (2003). Mapping of skin cancer susceptibility loci in mice. Milton Keynes, Open University.

Zambia. Central Statistical, O. (1977). The census mapping project: an outline. Lusaka, The Office: 9, [2], 6 leaves, [1] fold. leaf of plates: map; 31 cm.

Zandvliet, K. (1998). Mapping for money: maps, plans and topographic paintings and their role in Dutch overseas expansion during the 16th and 17th centuries. Amsterdam, Batavian Lion International: 328p.: ill. (some col.), facsims., maps, ports.; 32cm.

Zerbini, S. E. (1998). WEGENER: an interdisciplinary contribution to unraveling the geodynamics of the European and Mediterranean area, Elsevier.

Zevenbergen, J. A. (2002). Systems of land registration: aspects and effects. Delft, NCG.

Zhang, J. and M. F. Goodchild (2003). Uncertainty in geographical information. London, Taylor & Francis.

Zhiqin, X. E., R. E. Yufeng, et al. (1997). Orogenic belts: geological mapping: proceedings of the 30th International Geological Congress, VSP.

Zieschang, H. (1981). Finite groups of mapping classes of surfaces. Berlin; New York, Springer-Verlag.

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