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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
A variety of gazetteers exist based on administrative or user contributed data. Each of these data sources has benefits for particular geographical analysis and information retrieval tasks but none is a one fit all solution. We present a mediation framework to access and integrate distributed gazetteer resources to build a meta-gazetteer that generates augmented versions of place name information. The approach combines different aspects of place name data from multiple gazetteer sources thatdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-15300-6_17 fatcat:ls5rmjjlrrfo7jgrhomqz2jz7u