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Experiences in Building Decision Support
Systems for Traffic and Transportation GIS
Evtim Peytchev
The Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, UK
Christophe Claramunt
Naval Academy, Brest, France
Finding Shortest Paths in Large Network
Edward P.F. Chan and Ning Zhang
University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada
Tripod: A Comprehensive System for the
Management of Spatial and Aspatial Historical
Tony Griffiths, Alvaro A.A. Fernandes, Norman W.
University of Manchester, Manchester, UK
Keith T. Mason, Bo Huang, Mike Worboys, Chris
University of Keele, Staffordshire, UK
John Stell
University of Leeds, Leeds,UK
A Specification of a Spatial Query Language
over GML
Network Planning using Geomorphology
J. E. Córcoles and P. González
Campus Universitario, Albacete. España.
Ingo Petzold, Gerhard Gröger, Lutz Plümer
University of Bonn, Bonn, Germany
TGML - Extending GML by Temporal
Constructs - A Proposal for a Spatiotemporal
Framework in XML
COPA: a GIS-based Tool for Land
Consolidation Projects
Alexander ZIPF and Sven KRÜGER
European Media Laboratory -EML, Heidelberg,
J. Touriño, C.M. Dans, J. Parapar
R. DoalloUniversity of A Coruña, Spain
Incorporating hydrologic semantic information
for interoperable GIS with hydrologic model.
M.Boullón, J.D. Bruguera, F.F. Rivera,C. Álvarez, R.
Crecente, X.P. González
University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Thomas Brinkhoff
Oldenburg/Ostfriesland/Wilhelmshaven (University of
Applied Sciences) Oldenburg, Germany
Chen-Chieh Feng and Alexandre Sorokine
SUNY at Buffalo, New York
Fast Spatial Clustering with Different Metrics
and in the Presence of Obstacles
Vladimir Estivill-Castro and Ickjai Lee
The University of Newcastle, Callaghan, Australia
Using a Cluster Manager in a Spatial Database
Supporting GI standards with a model-driven
Requirements and Research Issues in
Geographic Data Modeling
Fuzzy Topological Predicates, Their
Properties, and Their Integration into Query
Weighting the Path Continuation in Route
Formalization of Temporal Thematic Map
A Query Transformation Method by Delaunay
Triangulation for Multi-Source Distributed
Spatial Database Systems
New Methods for Topological Clustering and
Spatial Access in Object-Oriented 3D
Roy Grønmo
SINTEF Telecom and Informatics, Forskningsveien .
Oslo, Norway
Anders Friis-Christensen
The National Survey and Cadastre, Copenhagen,
Nectaria Tryfona, and Christian S. Jensen
Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark
Markus Schneider
Fern Universität, Hagen, Germany
Stephan Winter
Technical University Vienna, Austria
Alberto d'Onofrio
European Institute of Oncology, Epidemiology and
Biostatistics Division, Milano, Italy
Elaheh Pourabbas
Istituto di Analisi dei Sistemi ed Informatica-CNR,
Roma, Italy
Jung-Rae Hwang, Ji-Hyun Oh, and Ki-Joune Li
Pusan National University, South Korea
M. Breunig
University of Vechta, Germany
A. B. Cremers , W. Müller, J. Siebeck
University of Bonn, Germany
Flow Computation on Massive Grids
Maintaining a Large Spatial Database with
Lars Arge, Jeff Chase, Laura Toma, Jeffrey Scott
Vitter, Rajiv Wickremesinghe, Patrick Halpin, Dean
Duke University, Durham, NC
Christopher Jermaine, Edward Omiecinski, Wai-Gen
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA
Customized Geospatial Workflows for EGovernment Services
Richard D. Holowczak
Baruch College, City University of New York, New
Soon Ae Chun, Francisco J.Artigas
Rutgers University, Center for Information
Management, Integration Connectivity (CIMIC)
Efficiently Querying Moving Objects with Predefined Paths in a Distributed Environment
Vijay Atluri
MSIS Department and CIMIC, Rutgers University
Cyrus Shahabi, Mohammad R. Kolahdouzan, Snehal
Thakkar, Jose Luis Ambite and Craig A. Knoblock
University of Southern California, Los Angeles
WMS and GML based Interoperable Web
Mapping System
Shashi Shekhar, Ranga R. Vatsavai, Namita Sahay,
Thomas E. Burk, Steve Lime
University of Minnesota, Minnesota
R-tree-based Data Migration and Self-Tuning
Strategies in Shared-Nothing Spatial
Anirban Mondal, Beng Chin Ooi, and Kian Lee Tan
National University of Singapore
Masaru Kitsuregawa
University of Tokyo, Japan
A Systematic Approach to Reduction of UserPerceived Response Time for GIS Web
Shengru Tu and Xiangfeng He
University of New Orleans New Orleans
Xuefeng Li
Loyola University, New Orleans
Improving Min/Max Aggregation over Spatial
Jay J. Ratcliff
US Army Corps of Engineers, New Orleans, LA
Donghui Zhang, Vassilis J. Tsotras
University of California, Riverside, CA
GeoFrame-T: A Temporal Conceptual
Framework for Data Modeling
Luciana Vargas da Rocha, Nina Edelweeiss
Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul - Brazil
A Multi Layered Functional Data Model to
Support Multiple Representations and
interoperability of GIS: Application to Urban
Management Systems
Mohamed EL ADNANI*, Kokou YETONGNON**,
Djamal BENSLIMAN**, EL Hassan
* Faculté des Sciences Semlalia, Marrakech, Morrocco
** Université de Bourgogne, Dijon France
Boyan Brodaric and Mark Gahegan
The Pennsylvania State University, University Park,
Learning Geoscience Categories In Situ:
Implications for Geographic Knowledge
A Map Generalization Model Based on
Algebra Mapping Transformation
Tinghua Ai , Peter van Oosterom
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
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