Location Based Services and TeleCartography II: From Sensor Fusion to Context Models / Edition 1by Georg Gartner
Pub. Date: 11/28/2008
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
This book gives a general view of research-driven activities related to the location and map-based services. Such activities emerged in the last years especially concerning issues of positioning, spatial modelling, cartographic communication as well as in the fields of ubiquitous cartography, geo-pervasive services, user-centered modelling or geo-wiki activities.
This book gives a general view of research-driven activities related to the location and map-based services. Such activities emerged in the last years especially concerning issues of positioning, spatial modelling, cartographic communication as well as in the fields of ubiquitous cartography, geo-pervasive services, user-centered modelling or geo-wiki activities. The innovative and contemporary character of the topics leads to a great variety of contributions in terms of interdisciplinarity, with such varying backgrounds as from academia to business, from computer science to geodesy, covering an enormous number of topics with a heterogenous relation to the conference's main topic. While contemporary cartography aims to look at new and efficient ways of communication in spatial information, the development and availability of technologies such as mobile networking, mobile devices or short-range sensors lead to interesting new possibilities of attaining this goal. By trying to make use of available technologies, cartographers and a variety of related disciplines look specifically at user-centered and context-aware system development as well as new forms of supporting wayfinding and navigation systems.
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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- Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography Series
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- 6.40(w) x 9.40(h) x 1.10(d)
Table of ContentsModelling.- A Formal Model for Mobile Map Adaptation.- Using Activity Theory to Identify Relevant Context Parameters.- Congestion Visualization Based on Probe Vehicle Data.- Where do you Roll Today? Trajectory Prediction by SpaceRank and Physics Models.- Ways of Walking – Developing a Pedestrian Typology for Personalised Mobile Information Systems.- Mapping Pedestrian Movement: Using Tracking Technologies in Koblenz.- TeleCartography.- Evaluation of User Variables in Topographic Feature Recall for the Informed Selection of Personalized Landmarks.- Measuring the Impact of Location-Awareness in the Acceptance of Mobile Systems.- Impact of Restricted Display Size on Spatial Knowledge Acquisition in the Context of Pedestrian Navigation.- User Requirements for Location-Based Services to Support Hiking Activities.- Geo-Identifi cation and Pedestrian Navigation with Geo-Mobile Applications: How Do Users Proceed?.- Neo-Cartographic Infl uence on Map Communication in LBS.- Location Based Services and Applications.- The Adoption of Mobile Location-Aware Systems for Field Police Work: Evaluation of a Pilot Initiative at the Dutch Police.- Enhancing the Experience of the Landscape: The Digital Dowsing Rod.- MNISIKLIS:Indoor Location Based Services for All.- geoHealth Monitoring –Real-Time Monitoring for Action Forces During Disaster Operations.- Modelling Home and Work Locations of Populations Using Passive Mobile Positioning Data.- A Geographical Information System for Real Estate (GEOVAL).- Positioning and Sensor Fusion.- Quality Assurance / Quality Control Analysis of Dead Reckoning Parameters in a Personal Navigator.- Efficient Overlay Mediation for Mobile Location-Based Services.- Three-Dimension Indoor Positioning Algorithms Using an Integrated RFID/INS System in Multi-storey Buildings.- Prediction of GNSS Availability and Accuracy in Urban Environments Case Study Schiphol Airport.- An Investigation of the Signal Performance of the Current and Future GNSS in Typical Urban Canyons in Australia Using a High Fidelity 3D Urban Model.- Using RFID and INS for Indoor Positioning.- GPS/WiFi Real-Time Positioning Device: An Initial Outcome.- LBS and TeleCartography II: About the book.- LBS and TeleCartography II: About the book.
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