Spatial Information Theory. Foundations of Geographic Information Science: International Conference, COSIT 2003, Ittingen, Switzerland, September 24-28, 2003, Proceedings (Google eBook)
Werner Kuhn, Michael F. Worboys, Sabine Timpf
Springer, Sep 15, 2003 - Computers - 398 pages
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the International Conference on Spatial Information Theory, COSIT 2003, held at Kartause Ittingen, Switzerland, in September 2003.
The 26 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 61 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on ontologies of space and time, reasoning about distances and directions, spatial reasoning - shapes and diagrams, computational approaches, reasoning about regions, vagueness, visualization, and landmarks and wayfinding.
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Ontology Environment and Language
A New Approach to Locating Objects in Space
Spatial Reasoning about Relative Orientation and Distance for Robot Exploration
Structuring a Wayfinders Dynamic SpaceTime Environment
The North American West Coast vs the West Coast of Israel
Tripartite Line Tracks Qualitative Curvature Information
Representing Extension and Extended Objects
Intuitive Modelling of Place Name Regions for Spatial Information Retrieval
Convexity in Discrete Space
Stratified Rough Sets and Vagueness
A Collaborative Dialogue Approach
Testing the First Law of Cognitive Geography on PointDisplay Spatializations
Constructing Semantically Scalable Cognitive Spaces
Languages for Silhouette Representations
Maintaining Spatial Relations in an Incremental Diagrammatic Reasoner
Multiagent GeoSimulation and Crowd Simulation
Automated Route Selection for Navigation
A Classification Framework for Approaches to Achieving Semantic Interoperability between GI Web Services
Relative Adjacencies in Spatial PseudoPartitions
Route Adaptive Selection of Salient Features
What Difference Does It Make?
Extracting Landmarks with Data Mining Methods
A Look at Selection and Engagement