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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1991The Computation of Degree-Days for Use as a Climatic Severity Indicator in EUROSTAT Energy Statistical TablesPECKHAM Robert; HELCKE GeorgeEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1988A Computer-Based System for Risk Management SupportPECKHAM Robert; OTWAY HarryArticles in Journals
1989The Cost-Effectiveness of Current Building Energy Audits. A Comparison of four Commercial Audits Applied to three Different Building TypesPECKHAM Robert; CONTI Flavio; HELCKE George; DANIOTTI BrunoEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1989Derivative Edge Detection Techniques. State of Art and a Practical Implementation for SteropsisPECKHAM Robert; TRUCCO EmanueleEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1990A Detailed Comparison of Energy Audits Carried out by Four Separate Companies on the Same Set of BuildingsPECKHAM Robert; CONTI Flavio; HELCKE George; DANIOTTI BrunoArticles in Journals
1986From Stereo Images to Thermal Models - A Prototype SystemPECKHAM Robert; COOPER David; GREEN CedricEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1993Linking GIS and MCDA to Manage Lombardy's Industrial WastePECKHAM RobertArticles in Journals
1998Proceedings of the 4th EC-GIS WorkshopPECKHAM RobertBooks
2000Proceedings of the Workshop "Towards Harmonized Information Systems for Mine Action in South Eastern Europe", 7-8 March 2000, EC-JRC Ispra (I).PECKHAM RobertBooks
1985Shading Evaluations with General Three-dimensional ModelPECKHAM RobertArticles in Journals
1990SHADOWPACK-P.C. - Version 2.0. User's GuidePECKHAM RobertEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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