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).
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
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
Matt gave a talk at GISRUK 2013 in April in Liverpool, UK, on the ongoing research into mining causal relationships from movement data. The paper, entitled “Identifying candidate causal relationships in fish movement patterns” was authored by Susanne Bleisch, Matt … Continue reading
A paper on decentralized computation of surface networks has been accepted for publication in IJGIS. Jeong, M-H., Duckham, M., Kealy, A., Miller, H.J., Peisker, A. (Accepted) Decentralized and coordinate-free computation of critical points and surface networks in a discretized scalar … Continue reading
A proposal for a Dagstuhl Seminar on the topic of Geosensor Networks has been accepted, co-organized by Matt and to be held in December 2013. The details of the seminar are: Dagstuhl Seminar 13492 “Geosensor Networks: Bridging Algorithms and Applications”, … Continue reading
Jeong, M.-H., Duckham, M. (2013) Decentralized querying of topological relations between regions monitored by a coordinate-free geosensor network. Geoinformatica in press. [doi:10.1007/s10707-012-0174-7]
Jeong, M.-H., Duckham, M. (2013) A coordinate-free, decentralized algorithm for monitoring events occurring to peaks in a dynamic scalar field. Accepted for IEEE ISSNIP 2013, Melbourne, Australia.