Geographic Information Science: 5th International Conference, GIScience 2008, Park City, UT, USA, September 23-26, 2008, Proceedings / Edition 1by Thomas J. Cova
Pub. Date: 09/28/2008
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
The GIScience conference series was founded in 2000 with the goal of providing a forum for researchers interested in advancing the fundamental aspects of the prod- tion, dissemination, and use of geographic information. The conference is held bi- nually and attracts people from academia, industry, and government across a host of disciplines including cognitive… See more details below
The GIScience conference series was founded in 2000 with the goal of providing a forum for researchers interested in advancing the fundamental aspects of the prod- tion, dissemination, and use of geographic information. The conference is held bi- nually and attracts people from academia, industry, and government across a host of disciplines including cognitive science, computer science, engineering, geography, information science, mathematics, philosophy, psychology, social science, and stat- tics. Following a very successful conference in Münster, Germany in 2006, this year’s conference was held in Park City, Utah, USA, the prior site of the 2002 Winter Ol- pics and home to the annual Sundance Film Festival. There are two forms of submission to the conference: full papers of 6000 words or less and extended abstracts of 500-1000 words for either a presentation or poster. This format was originally designed to capture the cultural difference between researchers who prefer to publish a peer-reviewed conference paper and those who would rather submit an abstract covering work in progress. This year 77 full papers were submitted and reviewed by 3 Program Committee members, of which 24 were selected for pr- entation and inclusion in this volume. Of the 115 extended abstracts that were subm- ted and reviewed by 2 Program Committee members, 47 were accepted for an oral presentation and 25 were accepted for presentation as a poster. The abstracts were published in a second booklet and are available on the GIScience website (http://www. giscience. org).
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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- Lecture Notes in Computer Science / Information Systems and Applications, incl. Internet/Web, and HCI Series, #5266
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- 6.10(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.80(d)
Table of Contents
Query Responsive Index Structures.- Refining Topological Relations between Regions Considering Their Shapes.- Noisy Road Network Matching.- Detecting Topological Change Using a Wireless Sensor Network.- Uncovering Hidden Spatial Patterns by Hidden Markov Model.- Modeling Herds and Their Evolvements from Trajectory Data.- New Data Types and Operations to Support Geo-streams.- Turn to the Left or to the West: Verbal Navigational Directions in Relative and Absolute Frames of Reference.- Effect of Neighborhood on In-Network Processing in Sensor Networks.- Similarity-Based Information Retrieval and Its Role within Spatial Data Infrastructures.- Geosensor Data Abstraction for Environmental Monitoring Application.- The 9?+?-Intersection: A Universal Framework for Modeling Topological Relations.- Decentralized Movement Pattern Detection amongst Mobile Geosensor Nodes.- A Framework for Sensitivity Analysis in Spatial Multiple Criteria Evaluation.- Reasoning on Spatial Relations between Entity Classes.- Identifying Maps on the World Wide Web.- Improving Localization in Geosensor Networks through Use of Sensor Measurement Data.- Simplest Instructions: Finding Easy-to-Describe Routes for Navigation.- Road Networks and Their Incomplete Representation by Network Data Models.- A Theory of Change for Attributed Spatial Entities.- Delineation of Valleys and Valley Floors.- Single-Holed Regions: Their Relations and Inferences.- Validation and Storage of Polyhedra through Constrained Delaunay Tetrahedralization.- Ontology-Based Geospatial Data Query and Integration.
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