in conjunction with COSIT 2013
2 Sep 2013 Scarborough, North Yorkshire (United Kingdom)


Session 1 9:30 - 11:00:

  • Welcome (Kathleen Stewart and Christophe Claramunt) 
  • Zena Wood and Antony Galton, Urban and Environmental Sciences: The Challenges of `Big Data'
  • Mehul Bhatt, Jan Oliver Wallgrun and Christophe Claramunt, Commonsense Cognition of Geospatial Dynamics: Towards bridging the gap between Geography, Artificial Intelligence, and Cognitive Science
  • Nico Van de Weghe, Berdien De Roo, Yi Qiang and Philippe De Maeyer, Multi-scale Spatio-temporal Analysis of Raster Data: Where Are We and When Will We Arrive There?

11:00 - 11:30: Break 

Session 2 11:30 - 13:00 - Chair: Nico Van de Weghe

  • John G. Stell, Relating Space, Time, and Granularity
  • Marius Thériault and Christophe Claramunt, On the Representation of Life Trajectories
  • Kathleen Stewart and Wei Wang, The Role of Spatiotemporal Theories for Information Retrieval and Modeling Human Environment Interactions
  • Participatory session: Needs and perspectives for spatio-temporal theories

13:00 - 14h00 Lunch

Sesion 3 14:00 - 15:30 - Chair: John G. Stell

  • May Yuan, Some “Missing” Ideas about Time and Space-Time in GIScience
  • Claudio E. C. Campelo and Brandon Bennett, Towards a Comprehensive Framework for Representing and Reasoning about Geographic Phenomena
  • Kristin Stock and Didier Leibovici, Discovering Order in Chaos by Deriving Spatio-Temporal Data on the Fly
  • Mehul Bhatt and Carl Schultz, Holistic Spatial Design: Functional tool-sets as repositories of people-centered spatial design principles

15:30 - 16:00 Break


Session 4 16:00 - 17:30: Panel: Needs and perspectives for spatio-temporal theories (A. Galton, S. Hirtle,  D. Leibovici, M. Tomko, M. Vasardani)



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