The pilot experiment was conducted with volunteer students in Spatial Visualization class. The aim[...]
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The paper “Qualitative spatial structure in complex areal objects using location-free, mobile geosensor networks”, by Alan Both and Matt Duckham, has been accepted for the International Workshop on Spatial and Spatiotemporal Data Mining (SSTDM-13).
Azadeh presented a talk “From analysing local data toward global decision making — How can spatial analysis in a GIS be useful in global decision making” at the 2013 SSSI Victorian Spatial Summit.
The paper “Spatiotemporal Braitenberg Vehicles”, by Alan Both, Werner Kuhn and Matt Duckham [doi:10.1145/2525314.2525344], has been accepted for ACM SIGSPATIAL GIS 2013. Source code for the NetLogo simulation (SBV.nlogo) and supporting file (region.png) are available for download (please note that … Continue reading
Matt and Susanne, together with Alexander Klippel and Jenny Mason, were involved in the organisation and running of a successful COSIT 2013 workshop in Scarborough, UK. Close to 20 participants considered the topic of “Visually-supported reasoning with uncertainty” through a … Continue reading
Susanne and Lisa participated in the 26th International Cartographic Conference in Dresden (ICC 2013). Lisa gave a talk on “Evaluation of Uncertainty Visualization Techniques for Decision-making in a Bushfire Scenario” and Susanne presented a study entitled “Evaluating the usefulness of … Continue reading
A research proposal led by collaborators at the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, and involving members of the Sense+Know team, has been awarded funding by the Melbourne School of Government (MSoG). The research is connected with visualization of … Continue reading
A paper on decentralized computation of topological relations between monitored regions has been published in Geoinformatica. The paper is based on Myeong’s PhD work. Jeong, M-H., Duckham, M. (2013) Decentralized querying of topological relations between regions monitored by a coordinate-free … Continue reading
Azadeh Mousavi gave a talk on her research at the recent RMIT/UniMelb/CRCSI workshop on Uncertainty and Geosensor Networks, in Warburton. The workshop was organized by Prof. Nick Chrisman, and included keynote and panel contributions from Prof. Mike Goodchild.
The Institute of Geomatics Engineering (IVGI) at the FHNW University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland celebrated its fiftieth anniversary on 29th May 2013. Susanne was invited to give a well received talk about current research in the sense+know project and … Continue reading
The yearly project meeting took place in Zürich, Switzerland. Beside looking back onto a successful first sense+know project year with a series of subprojects and publications we took the chance to discuss future collaborations and subprojects. Looking forward to an … Continue reading