COSIT 2013 Workshop ”Spatio-temporal theories and research for environmental, urban an social sciences: where do we stand ?"
in conjunction with COSIT 2013
2 Sep 2013 Scarborough, North Yorkshire (United Kingdom)
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May Yuan, Some “Missing” Ideas about Time and Space-Time in GIScience
Kathleen Stewart and Wei Wang, The Role of Spatiotemporal Theories for Information Retrieval and Modeling Human-Environment Interactions
Mehul Bhatt, Jan Oliver Wallgrun and Christophe Claramunt, Commonsense Cognition of Geospatial Dynamics: Towards bridging the gap between Geography, Artificial Intelligence, and Cognitive Science
Claudio E. C. Campelo and Brandon Bennett, Towards a Comprehensive Framework for Representing and Reasoning about Geographic Phenomena
John G. Stell, Relating Space, Time, and Granularity
Marius Thériault and Christophe Claramunt, On the Representation of Life Trajectories
Kristin Stock and Didier Leibovici, Discovering Order in Chaos by Deriving Spatio-Temporal Data on the Fly
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?
Mehul Bhatt and Carl Schultz, Holistic Spatial Design: Functional tool-sets as repositories of
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