Information Fusion and Geographic Information Systems: Proceedings of the Third International Workshop / Edition 1

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These Proceedings of the Third International Workshop introduce research results in the areas of information integration, development of GIS and GIS-applications for a wide spectrum of information systems varying considerably in purpose and scale. The new class of GIS - intelligent GIS - is considered, including principles of their building and programming technologies. Special attention is drawn to the development of ontologies and their use in GIS and GIS-applications.

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Invited Papers.- New Challenges for Defining Information Fusion Requirements.- Situation Management: Basic Concepts and Approaches.- Maritime GIS: From Monitoring to Simulation Systems.- Data, Information and Knowledge Harmonization, Integration and Fusion in GIS.- Intelligent Images Analysis in GIS.- Context-Driven Information Fusion for Operational Decision Making in Humanitarian Logistics.- From Battle Management Language (BML) to Automatic Information Fusion.- Centrope MAP: Combining X-Border Information from Multiple Sources for Planning Purposes.- Information Assurance and Protection in GIS.- Software Environment for Simulation and Evaluation of a Security Operation Center.- Security Policy Verification Tool for Geographical Information Systems.- Architecture Types of the Bit Permutation Instruction for General Purpose Processors.- New Public Key Cryptosystems Based on Difficulty of Factorization and Discrete Logarithm Problems.- GIS as a Basis for Monitoring Systems.- Application of a Dynamic Recurrent Neural Network in Spatio-Temporal Forecasting.- System of Traffic Control on the Basis of Cartographic Databases and Geoinformation Technologies.- Information Fusion of Land Laser Scanning for Geographic Information Systems.- Using GIS to Analyze Acute Myocardial Infarction in Turkey.- Ontologies and Programming Technologies for GIS and GIS Applications.- Obtaining Semantic Descriptions Based on Conceptual Schemas Embedded into a Geographic Context.- Representing the Semantic Content of Topological Relations into Spatial Databases.- Some Remarks on Topological Abstraction in Multi Representation Databases.- Intelligent Simulation of Hydrophysical Fields by Immunocomputing.- Visual Modeling of Spatial Processes.- Universal Data Model for Intelligent GIS.- 3D Graphics Applied to Maritime Safety.- Operations Research and TSMO for GIS Applications.- Northern Shield US-Russia Maritime Energy Security Cooperation.- Space-Extensive Targets Radar Search in the Presence of Noise.- Empirical Bayes Trajectory Estimation Based on Bearings from Moving Observer.
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