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Inhalt Vagueness, Uncertainty, and Gradation.- Anchoring: A New Approach to Handling Indeterminate Location in GIS.- Gradation and... Weiterlesen
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Vagueness, Uncertainty, and Gradation.- Anchoring: A New Approach to Handling Indeterminate Location in GIS.- Gradation and Map Analysis in Area-Class Maps.- Simulation of Obfuscation and Negotiation for Location Privacy.- Paths and Routes.- Investigating the Need for Eliminatory Constraints in the User Interface of Bicycle Route Planners.- Path Memory in Real-World and Virtual Settings.- Shortest Path Search from a Physical Perspective.- Ontology and Semantics.- Operationalising 'Sense of Place' as a Cognitive Operator for Semantics in Place-Based Ontologies.- Data-Driven Matching of Geospatial Schemas.- The Role of Spatial Relations in Automating the Semantic Annotation of Geodata.- Ontology and Spatial Relations.- Anatomical Information Science.- Matching Names and Definitions of Topological Operators.- Spatial Relations Between Classes of Individuals.- Spatial Reasoning.- Casl Specifications of Qualitative Calculi.- A Spatial Form of Diversity.- Structure and Semantics of Arrow Diagrams.- Cognitive Maps and Spatial Reasoning.- Cognitive Maps Are over 60.- Categorical Methods in Qualitative Reasoning: The Case for Weak Representations.- On Internal Cardinal Direction Relations.- Time, Change, and Dynamics.- Dynamic Collectives and Their Collective Dynamics.- A Linguistics-Based Framework for Modeling Spatio-temporal Occurrences and Purposive Change.- Ordering Events for Dynamic Geospatial Domains.- Landmarks and Navigation.- Structural Salience of Landmarks for Route Directions.- Expert and Non-expert Knowledge of Loosely Structured Environments.- Landmark Extraction: A Web Mining Approach.- Geographic Information.- Satellite Images - A Source for Social Scientists? On Handling Multiple Conceptualisations of Space in Geographical Information Systems.- 3D Topographic Data Modelling: Why Rigidity Is Preferable to Pragmatism.- Morse-Smale Decompositions for Modeling Terrain Knowledge.- Spatial Behavior.- 2D-3D MultiAgent GeoSimulation with Knowledge-Based Agents of Customers' Shopping Behavior in a Shopping Mall.- Memory for Spatial Location: Influences of Environmental Cues and Task Field Rotation.- Network and Psychological Effects in Urban Movement.- Abstracts of Keynote Talks.- Probabilistic Techniques for Mobile Robot Navigation.- Spatial Language, Spatial Thought: Parallels in Path Structure.

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Titel: Spatial Information Theory
Untertitel: International Conference, COSIT 2005, Ellicottville, NY, USA, September 14-18, 2005, Proceedings
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EAN: 9783540320203
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: IT & Internet
Anzahl Seiten: 500
Veröffentlichung: 27.09.2005
Dateigrösse: 8.4 MB

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