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Geographic information science at the heart of Europe

Author: Danny Vandenbroucke; Bénédicte Bucher; Joep Crompvoets
Publisher: Cham ; New York : Springer, ©2013.
Series: Lecture notes in geoinformation and cartography.
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For the seventh consecutive year, the AGILE promotes the publication of a book collecting high-level scientific papers from unpublished fundamental scientific research in the field of Geographic Information Science. As the agenda for Europe 2020 is currently being set, this book demonstrates how geographic information science is at the heart of Europe. The contributions open perspectives for innovative services that  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Geographic information science at the heart of europe.
[S.l.] : Springer International Pu, 2013
(OCoLC)841370704
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Danny Vandenbroucke; Bénédicte Bucher; Joep Crompvoets
ISBN: 9783319006154 3319006150
OCLC Number: 843385687
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: User Generated Data, Social Network Data. What You See is What You Map: Geometry-Preserving Micro-Mapping for Smaller Geographic Objects with mapIT / Falko Schmid, Lutz Frommberger, Cai Cai, Christian Freksa --
Trust as a Proxy Measure for the Quality of Volunteered Geographic Information in the Case of OpenStreetMap / Carsten Keßler, René Theodore Anton de Groot --
A Thematic Approach to User Similarity Built on Geosocial Check-ins / Grant McKenzie, Benjamin Adams, Krzysztof Janowicz --
Using Data from Location Based Social Networks for Urban Activity Clustering / Roberto Rösler, Thomas Liebig --
Remote Sensing. Automatic Extraction of Complex Objects from Land Cover Maps / Eliseo Clementini, Enrico Ippoliti --
Automatic Extraction of Forests from Historical Maps Based on Unsupervised Classification in the CIELab Color Space / P.-A. Herrault, D. Sheeren, M. Fauvel, M. Paegelow --
Data Quality. Selecting a Representation for Spatial Vagueness: A Decision Making Approach / Mohammed I. Humayun, Angela Schwering --
Provenance Information in Geodata Infrastructures / Christin Henzen, Stephan Mäs, Lars Bernard --
Formal Semantics. Matching Formal and Informal Geospatial Ontologies / Heshan Du, Natasha Alechina, Mike Jackson, Glen Hart --
On the Formulation of Conceptual Spaces for Land Cover Classification Systems / Alkyoni Baglatzi, Werner Kuhn --
Data Mining, Agregation and Disagregation. The Impact of Classification Approaches on the Detection of Hierarchies in Place Descriptions / Daniela Richter, Kai-Florian Richter, Stephan Winter --
Error-Aware Spatio-Temporal Aggregation in the Model Web / Christoph Stasch, Edzer Pebesma, Benedikt Graeler, Lydia Gerharz --
Privacy-Preserving Distributed Movement Data Aggregation / Anna Monreale, Wendy Hui Wang, Francesca Pratesi, Salvatore Rinzivillo, Dino Pedreschi --
Moving and Calling: Mobile Phone Data Quality Measurements and Spatiotemporal Uncertainty in Human Mobility Studies / Corina Iovan ... [et al.] --
Spatial Accuracy Evaluation of Population Density Grid Disaggregations with Corine Landcover / Johannes Scholz, Michael Andorfer, Manfred Mittlboeck --
Tailoring Trajectories and their Moving Patterns to Contexts / Monica Wachowicz, Rebecca Ong, Chiara Renso --
Decision Support Systems Related to Mobility. Facility Use-Choice Model with Travel Costs Incorporating Means of Transportation and Travel Direction / Toshihiro Osaragi, Sayaka Tsuda --
Design Principles for Spatio-Temporally Enabled PIM Tools: A Qualitative Analysis of Trip Planning / Amin Abdalla, Paul Weiser, Andrew U. Frank --
Publish/Subscribe System Based on Event Calculus to Support Real-Time Multi-Agent Evacuation Simulation / Mohamed Bakillah, Alexander Zipf, Steve H. L. Liang --
A Visual Analytics Approach for Assessing Pedestrian Friendliness of Urban Environments / Tobias Schreck ... [et al.] --
Modelling the Suitability of Urban Networks for Pedestrians: An Affordance-Based Framework / David Jonietz, Wolfgang Schuster, Sabine Timpf --
The Effects of Configurational and Functional Factors on the Spatial Distribution of Pedestrians / Yoav Lerman, Itzhak Omer --
Examining the Influence of Political Factors on the Design of a New Road / Paulo Rui Anciaes.
Series Title: Lecture notes in geoinformation and cartography.
Responsibility: Danny Vandenbroucke, Bénédicte Bucher, Joep Crompvoets, editors.
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This volume collects the 23 best full papers presented during the 16th AGILE Conference on Geographic Information Science, held May 2013 in Leuven, Belgium. It especially focuses on GI applications  Read more...

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