Advances in Spatio-Temporal Analysis, Volume 5

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Xinming Tang, Yaolin Liu, Jixian Zhang, Wolfgang Kainz
CRC Press, 2007 M08 23 - 250 pages
Developments in Geographic Information Technology have raised the expectations of users. A static map is no longer enough; there is now demand for a dynamic representation. Time is of great importance when operating on real world geographical phenomena, especially when these are dynamic. Researchers in the field of Temporal Geographical Infor

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Contents

Section 25
57
Section 26
57
Section 27
59
Section 28
7
Section 29
15
Section 30
29
Section 31
40
Section 32
226

Section 9
Section 10
Section 11
9
Section 12
9
Section 13
9
Section 14
9
Section 15
9
Section 16
9
Section 17
9
Section 18
9
Section 19
24
Section 20
54
Section 21
57
Section 22
57
Section 23
57
Section 24
57
Section 33
242
Section 34
254
Section 35
259
Section 36
265
Section 37
267
Section 38
269
Section 39
273
Section 40
291
Section 41
307
Section 42
312
Section 43
322
Section 44
323
Section 45
3
Section 46
10
Section 47
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Prof. Xinming Tang is Deputy Director of the Key Laboratory of Geo-informatics of the State Bureau of Surveying and Mapping, Chinese Academy of Surveying and Mapping of China. He is currently serving as Chair of the ISPRS WG II/1(2004–2008). His research interests cover fuzzy GIS, Temporal GIS, land cover and land utilization, national fundamental GIS and Remote Sensing.

Prof. Yaolin Liu is Dean of the School of Resource and Environmental Science, Wuhan University, China. He is currently Chair of the ISPRS WG II/2(2004–2008). His research interests include urban environment, land management and cadastre, land use planning, land information systems, urban information systems and database generalization.

Prof. Jixian Zhang is President of Chinese Academy of Surveying and Mapping, China. He is currently serving as Chair of the ISPRS WG VII/6(2004–2008). His research interests are remote sensing data processing, satellite photogrammetry, image recognition and geographic information system.

Prof. Wolfgang Kainz is professor at the Department of Geography and Regional Research, University of Vienna, Austria. He is currently President of the ISPRS TC II (2004–2008). His research interests include spatial decision support systems, spatial data handling, spatial data uncertainty, cartographic modelling and visualization.

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