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ACM SIGSPATIAL GIS 2011 poster paper accepted

Lin-Jie and Matt’s paper, describing a framework for decentralized reasoning about gradual changes in topological relations, was accepted as a poster paper at ACM SIGSPATIAL GIS 2011 (to be held in Chicago, Illinois, November 1-4 2011).

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COSIT 2011 paper accepted

The paper “Decentralized reasoning about gradual changes of topological relationships between continuously evolving regions” – by Lin-Jie Guan and Matt Duckham – was accepted for COSIT 2011 (Conference on Spatial Information Theory; to be held in Belfast, Maine, USA, September … Continue reading

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Exchange visit to Bremen

Lin-Jie Guan visited the Cognitive Systems Group at the University of Bremen during December 2010, supported by the GO8/ DAAD Australian–German Research Exchange Programme. During this visit Lin-Jie further explored qualitative spatial reasoning techniques in the context of geosensor networks.

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