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Space-Time Intelligence Systems: Technology, applications and methods

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Geographic Information System (GIS) software is constrained, to a greater or lesser extent, by a static world view that is not well-suited to the representation of time (Goodchild 2000). Space Time Intelligence System (STIS) software holds the promise of relaxing some of the technological constraints of spatial only GIS, making possible visualization approaches and analysis methods that are appropriate for temporally dynamic geospatial data. This special issue of the Journal of Geographical Systems describes some recent advances in STIS technology and methods, with an emphasis on applications in public health and spatial epidemiology.

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Correspondence to Geoffrey M. Jacquez.

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The STIS expert workshops were funded in part by grants R01CA092669 and R01CA096002 from the National Cancer Institute, and by grants R43-ES010220 and R44-ES010220 from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. Gillian AvRuskin provided cheerful editorial assistance. We thank the participants at the workshops for providing invaluable expertise and critical insights.

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Jacquez, G., Goovaerts, P. & Rogerson, P. Space-Time Intelligence Systems: Technology, applications and methods. J Geograph Syst 7, 1–5 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10109-005-0146-7

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