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Geographic Information Science: 4th International Conference, GIScience 2006, Münster, Germany, September 20-23, 2006. Proceedings by Pragya Agarwal, Roderic Béra, Christophe Claramunt (auth.), Martin Raubal, Harvey J. Miller, Andrew U. Frank, Michael F. Goodchild (eds.)