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AGILE 2010

The 13th AGILE International Conference on Geographic Information Science.


Accepted Full Papers

  • Rizwan Bulbul and Andrew U. Frank - Intersection of Nonconvex Polygons Using the Alternate Hierarchical Decomposition
  • Peter Bak, Itzhak Omer and Tobias Schreck - Visual Analytics of Urban Environments using High-Resolution Geographic Data
  • Sandro Bimonte, Vincenzo Del Fatto, Luca Paolino, Monica Sebillo and Giuliana Vitiello - A Visual Query Language for Spatial Data Warehouses
  • Adriano Moreira, Maribel Yasmina Santos, Monica Wachowicz and Daniel Orellana - The Impact of Data Quality in the Context of Pedestrian Movement Analysis
  • Christine Körner, Dirk Hecker, Michael May and Stefan Wrobel - Visit Potential: A Common Vocabulary for the Analysis of Entity-Location Interactions in Mobility Applications
  • Cláudia Costa, Paula Santana, Rita Santos and Adriana Loureiro - Pre-School Facilities and Catchment Area Profiling: a Planning Support Method
  • Patrick Weber and Dave Chapman - A Geo-business Classification for London
  • Marius Austerschulte and Carsten Keßler - Suggestive Geo-Tagging Assistance for Geo-Collaboration Tools
  • Slava Kisilevich, Daniel Keim and Lior Rokach - A Novel Approach to Mining Travel Sequences Using Collections of Geotagged Photos
  • Francisco J. Lopez-Pellicer, Aneta J. Florczyk, Javier Nogueras-Iso, Pedro R. Muro-Medrano and F. Javier Zarazaga-Soria - Exposing CSW Catalogues as Linked Data
  • Aneta J. Florczyk, Francisco J. Lopez-Pellicer, Rubén Béjar, Javier Nogueras-Iso and F.Javier Zarazaga-Soria - Applying Semantic Linkage in the Geospatial Web
  • Bruno Martins, Ivo Anastácio and Pável Calado - A Machine Learning Approach for Resolving Place References in Text
  • Thomas Leduc, Francis Miguet, Vincent Tourre and Philippe Woloszyn - Towards a Spatial Semantics to Analyze the Visual Dynamics of the Pedestrian Mobility in the Urban Fabric
  • Alberto Belussi, Sara Migliorini, Mauro Negri and Giuseppe Pelagatti - Managing Collapsed Surfaces in Spatial Constraints Validation
  • Martin Raubal and Stephan Winter - A Spatio-Temporal Model Towards Ad-Hoc Collaborative Decision-Making
  • Wenjie Yuan and Markus Schneider - iNav: An Indoor Navigation Model Supporting Length-Dependent Optimal Routing
  • Carlos Abargues, Arturo Beltran and Carlos Granell - MIMEXT: a KML Extension for Georeferencing and Easy Share MIME Type Resources
  • Chunyuan Cai, Sven Schade and Thimmaiah Gudiyangada - Schema Mapping in INSPIRE - Extensible Components for Translating Geospatial Data
  • Amir Semmo, Jan Eric Kyprianidis and Jürgen Döllner - Automated Image-Based Abstraction of Aerial Images
  • Jan Klimke and Jürgen Döllner - Geospatial Annotations for 3D Environments and their WFS-based Implementation
  • Bastian Schäffer, Bastian Baranski and Theodor Foerster - Towards Spatial Data Infrastructures in the Clouds



Accepted Short Papers

  • Judith Anne Verstegen, Arend Ligtenberg and Monica Wachowicz - Learning Actors in Spatial Planning: Incorporating Bayesian Networks in an Agent Based Model
  • Damian Lasnia, Arne Broering, Simon Jirka and Albert Remke - Crowdsourcing Sensor Tasks to a Socio-Geographic Network
  • Gennady Andrienko, Natalia Andrienko, Fosca Gianotti, Anna Monreale, Dino Pedreschi and Salvatore Rinsivillo - A Generalisation-based Approach to Anonymising Movement Data
  • Stefan Wiemann and Lars Bernard - Conflation Services within Spatial Data Infrastructures
  • Paula Redweik, Joel Dinis, Edgar Barreira, Mário Cachão, Cristina Catita, Ana Santos, Eduardo Mayoral, Carlos M. da Silva and Wilfried Linder - Spatial Analysis of Trace Fossils for Paleogeographic Studies
  • Itzhak Omer - Distortions in geographical judgment: The relationship between hierarchical organization and rotation
  • Eleni Gadolou, Haroula Papadaki, Emmanuel Stefanakis, Georgios Kritikos, Yiwei Cao, Anna Hannemann, Ralf Klamma and Dejan Kovachev - Storytelling, Spatial Standards and Cultural Heritage Management
  • Christian Kaiser and Mikhail Kanevski - Population Distribution Modelling for Calibration of Multi-Agent Traffic Simulation
  • Yikang Rui and Yifang Ban - Christian Kaiser and Mikhail Kanevski
  • Alexis Comber, Andy Lear and Richard Wadsworth - A comparison of different semantic methods for integrating thematic geographical information: the example of land cover
  • Kiril Stanilov - The use of GIS in modeling accessibility and its impacts on the growth of West London
  • Dennis Zielstra and Alexander Zipf - A Comparative Study of Proprietary Geodata and Volunteered Geographic Information for Germany
  • Thomas Bartoschek, Henning Bredel, Johannes Schlüter, Martina Forster, Albert Remke, Peter Konopatzky and Catharina Riedemann - Geospatial Learning @ Primary School
  • Pierre Goovaerts - Three-dimensional Visualization, Interactive Analysis and Contextual Mapping of Space-time Cancer Data
  • Hiroyuki Miyazaki, Xiaowei Shao, Koki Iwao and Ryosuke Shibasaki - Automatic Mapping of Urban Area in High Resolution with LLGC and Integration with Existing Urban Area Maps
  • Tonio Fincke, Jochen Schiewe and Karl-Peter Traub - Assignment of positionally uncertain point events to regions
  • Stefan Peters and Jukka Krisp - Density calculation for moving points
  • Sven Schade and Simon Cox - Linked Data in SDI or How GML is not about Trees
  • Tomaž Podobnikar - Geomorphic Analysis of the low quality digital elevation model
  • Alain Tamayo, Carlos Granell and Joaquín Huerta - OGC Schemas Browser: Visualizing OWS’ XML Schemas
  • Daniel Nüst, Felix Bache, Arne Bröring, Christoph Stasch and Simon Jirka - Visualizing the Availability of Temporally Structured Sensor Data
  • Harutyun Shahumyan and Piotr Jankowski - Integration of the MOLAND Model with GeoChoicePerspectives Spatial Decision Support Software for Scenario Evaluation
  • Carmen Brando and Bénédicte Bucher - Quality in User Generated Spatial Content: A matter of specifications
  • Natasa Veljkovic, Sanja Bogdanovic-Dinic and Leonid Stoimenov - GinisSense - Applying OGC Sensor Web Enablement
  • Finn Hedefalk and Anders Östman - Robustness of Spatial Databases against Intentional Attacks and Random Errors
  • Thorsten Reitz, Ulrich Schäffler, Eva Klien and Daniel Fitzner - Efficient Conceptual Schema Translation for Geographic Vector Data Sets
  • Fariba Sotoudehnia and Alexis Comber - Poverty and environmental justice: a GIS analysis of urban greenspace accessibility for different economic groups
  • Florence Curie, Julien Perret and Anne Ruas - Simulation of urban blocks densification
  • Martin Charlton, Chris Brunsdon, Urska Demsar, Paul Harris and Stewart Fotheringham - Principal Components Analysis: for Global to Local
  • Christian Stern - Clustering of environmental data using a Multi-agent System
  • Vasco Diogo and Eric Koomen - Explaining land-use change in Portugal 1990-2000
  • Miha Konjar, Anka Lisec and Samo Drobne - Methods for delineation of functional regions using data on commuters
  • Watse Castelein, Lukasz Grus, Joep Crompvoets and Arnold Bregt - A characterization of Volunteered Geographic Information
  • Chris Jacobs and Eric Koomen - A GIS-assisted method for defining an integrated vision of a climate proof Groningen
  • Sara Pinto, Miguel Nogueira, Monica Wachowicz and Amélia Polónia - Mapping 16th century trade networks: a GIS application for historical data sources
  • Mukhtar Elaalem, Lex Comber and Pete Fisher - Land Evaluation Techniques Comparing Fuzzy AHP with TOPSIS methods
  • Georg Walenciak - Designing a Web Processing Service Application Profile for Spatial Analysis in Business Marketing
  • Christoph Aubrecht, Greg Yetman, Deborah Balk and Klaus Steinnocher - What is to be expected from broad-scale population data? Showcase accessibility model validation using high-resolution census information



Accepted Posters

The recommended poster size for the AGILE conference is A0 (841 × 1189 mm or 33.1 × 46.8 inches).
Authors should bring the posters with them. At the registration desk, you will be informed about the exact display location. All the additional necessary material (tape, etc) will be provided to you at the registration desk.
There is no specific format guidelines. Please consider the generic guidelines available on the internet, like: http://www.swarthmore.edu/NatSci/cpurrin1/posteradvice.htm or http://lorien.ncl.ac.uk/ming/Dept/Tips/present/posters.htm


  • Barend Köbben - CSW2WxS - Chaining OGC Catalogs to Map and Feature Services
  • Adam Rousell, Claire Jarvis, Chris Brunsdon and Jen Dickie - Distance Estimation in Virtual Reality: The Effects of Overview Maps
  • Clemens Eisank and Lucian Dragut - Multi-scale pattern analysis of geographic entities
  • Irina Bushueva and Olga Solomina - Research Of Fluctuation Of Glacier Kashkatash
  • Tobia Lakes, Isabelle John, Daniel Müller, Carsten Krueger and Andreas Rabe - A support vector machine approach to model urban growth in the greater Tirana region, Albania
  • Ofélia Anjos, Natália Roque, Eurico Lidónio, Teresa Albuquerque, Fátima Peres and Margarida Antunes - Floral Monitoring and Biophysics parameters as a tool to beekeepers installation decision
  • Mussie G. Tewolde, Teshome A. Beza, Ana Cristina Costa and Marco Painho - Comparison of Different Interpolation Techniques to Map Temperature in the Southern Region of Eritrea
  • Katarzyna Ostapowicz, Tobia Lakes and Jacek Kozak - Modelling of land cover change using support vector machine
  • Eduardo Eiji Maeda, Barnaby Clark, Petri Pellikka and Mika Siljander - Driving forces of land-use change in the Taita Hills, Kenya
  • Maria Augusta Fernández Moreno and Gloria Gonçalves - Basic Territory Risk Units as a Mean to Approach the Territory Risk Scenarios
  • Johannes Lauer and Alexander Zipf - A workflow for improving the availability of routable data (OSM) for logistics in agriculture - using data from Telematics-systems and community-based quality management
  • Martin Breunig and Edgar Butwilowski - Requirements and implementation issues for a topology component in 3D geo-databases
  • Jean Christophe Loubier, Mikhail Kanevski, Michael Schumacher, Vadim Timonin, Stephane Claret, Adrien Zieba and Marut Doctor - Optimization of snowmaking in high mountains ski resorts
  • Claudio Carneiro, Eugenio Morello, Gilles Desthieux and Francois Golay - Extracting urban environment quality indicators using georeferenciated data and image processing techniques
  • Zhe Zhang and Kirsi Virrantaus - Analysis of Vulnerability of Road Networks on the Basis of Graph Topology and Related Attribute Information
  • Eric Mermet and Anne Ruas - GeoGraphLab: a tool for exploring structural characteristics of transportation network
  • Fernando González Cortés and Thomas Leduc - GGL: A geo-processing definition language that enhance spatial SQL with parameterization
  • Bin Jiang and Tao Jia - Understanding Human Movement Patterns Shaped by the Underlying Street Structure
  • Jos Van Orshoven, Klaartje Verbeeck and Stien Heremans - Attitude Of Undergraduate And Graduate Students Towards Free And Open Source Software For Geomatics In A Supervised Self-Study Context
  • Miguel Angel Manso Callejo, María Teresa Manrique Sancho and Paloma Abad Power - WMS Integrator: continuous access to neighboring WMS
  • Rui Cavaco, Rui Sequeira, Mário Araújo and Miguel Calejo - Rapid GIS Development: a model-based approach focused on interoperability
  • José Ramón García Alvarado, José Luis Ferrás Pereira and Rosaldo José Fernandes Rossetti - A scalable data support model for traffic simulation in GIS
  • Rolf Grütter and Bettina Waldvogel - Comparing Different Search Techniques for Location-Dependent Document Retrieval
  • Toshihiro Osaragi and Satoshi Tanaka - People with Difficulty in Returning Home after a Devastating Earthquake
  • Milos Bogdanovic, Danilo Vulovic and Leonid Stoimenov - Symbology Encoding Repository
  • Alexander Derendyaev, Valeri Gitis and Pavel Metrikov - Detection of Earthquake Precursors in GIS GeoTime
  • Michael Govorov - GIS Learning Objects: Approach to Content Aggregation
  • Christian Levers, Maria Brückner and Tobia Lakes - Social segregation in urban areas – an exploratory data analysis using geographically weighted regression analysis






 

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