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Mark Stephen Anderson, Dean Crawford Engelhardt, Damian Andrew Marriott, Suneel Singh Randhawa: Geographic view of a modelling system. The Commonweath of Australia, Beyer Weaver, July 31, 2007: US07250944 (41 worldwide citation)

Geo View is a three-dimensional virtual universe in which a real-world or virtual object may be represented by one or more virtual objects whose attributes are derived from attributes of the real-world object via a flexible user-specifiable mapping. Typically a two-dimensional plane located in three ...


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Anderson Mark Stephen, Engelhardt Dean Crawford, Marriott Damian Andrew, Randhawa Suneel Singh: Geographic view of a modelling system. Commw Of Australia, January 28, 2004: EP1384139-A1

An event handling system to schedule and translate semantic deductions from Intelligent Agents and sensors into events capable of being made observable by a Recepient system such as monitor that provides a particular view of virtual objects and events is desclosed. The event handling system also enc ...


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Mark Stephen Anderson, Dean Crawford Engelhardt, Damian Andrew Marriott, Suneel Singh Randhawa: Geographic view of a modelling system. Morrison & Foerster, February 26, 2004: US20040036721-A1

Geo View is a three-dimensional virtual universe in which a real-world or virtual object may be represented by one or more virtual objects whose attributes are derived from attributes of the real-world object via a flexible user-specifiable mapping. Typically a two-dmensional plane located in three- ...


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Anderson Mark Stephen, Engelhardt Dean Crawford, Marriott Damian Andrew, Randhawa Suneel Singh: Geographic view of a modelling system. The Commonwealth Of Australia, Anderson Mark Stephen, Engelhardt Dean Crawford, Marriott Damian Andrew, Randhawa Suneel Singh, MADDERNS, November 7, 2002: WO/2002/088927

Geo View is a three-dimensional virtual universe in which a real-world or virtual object may be represented by one or more virtual objects whose attributes are derived from attributes of the real-world object via a flexible user-specifiable mapping. Typically a two-dimensional plane located in three ...