Located at the confluence of two rapidly advancing domains, GeoInformatica provides an effective forum for disseminating original and fundamental research and experience in the expanding uses of computer science for spatial studies. Contemporary Earth studies require more and more sophisticated computing tools, and computer processing of Earth observations through Geographic Information Systems (GIS) currently attracts a great deal of attention from governmental, industrial and research worlds. The journal covers spatial modeling and databases; human-computer interfaces for GIS; digital cartography; space imagery; parallelism, distribution and communication through GIS; spatio-temporal reasoning and more. GeoInformatica presents the most innovative research results in the application of computer science applied to geographic information systems.
17 Volumes 67 Issues 358 Articles available from 1997 - 2013Browse Volumes & Issues
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- Volume 1 / 1997 - Volume 17 / 2013
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- Springer US
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