The European Information Society

Taking Geoinformation Science One Step Further

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ISBN: 978-3-540-78945-1 (Print) 978-3-540-78946-8 (Online)

Table of contents (23 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XII

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    Pages 1-26

    Forest Stand Volume of Sitka Spruce Plantations in Britain: Can Existing Laser Scanning Methods Based on the Conventional One Provide Better Results, a Comparison of Two Approaches

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    Pages 27-49

    Assessing Stand and Data Variability Using Airborne Laser Scanner

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    Pages 51-66

    Model Based Optimization of Mobile Geosensor Networks

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    Pages 67-78

    Evaluation of the Geometric Accuracy of Automatically Recorded 3D – City Models Compared to GIS-Data

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    Pages 79-94

    Lifting Imprecise Values

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    Pages 95-113

    GeoSR: Geographically Explore Semantic Relations in World Knowledge

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    Pages 115-134

    A Study on the Cognitive Plausibility of SIM-DL Similarity Rankings for Geographic Feature Types

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    Pages 135-157

    A Geospatial Implementation of a Novel Delineation Clustering Algorithm Employing the K-means

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    Pages 159-179

    DBSCAN-MO: Density-Based Clustering among Moving Obstacles

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    Pages 181-200

    A Metric of Compactness of Urban Change Illustrated to 22 European Countries

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    Pages 201-224

    Advanced Data Mining Method for Discovering Regions and Trajectories of Moving Objects: “Ciconia Ciconia” Scenario

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    Pages 225-240

    Mining Spatio-Temporal Data at Different Levels of Detail

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    Pages 241-259

    Automated Boundary Creation: Atomic Small Areas in Ireland

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    Pages 261-282

    Climate-Change Adaptations in Land-Use Planning; A Scenario-Based Approach

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    Pages 283-299

    Quantifying and Analysing Neighbourhood Characteristics Supporting Urban Land-Use Modelling

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    Pages 301-321

    Interactive Multi-Perspective Views of Virtual 3D Landscape and City Models

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    Pages 323-337

    Scenario-Based Spatial Decision Support for Network Infrastructure Design

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    Pages 339-358

    Grouping of Optimized Pedestrian Routes for Multi-Modal Route Planning: A Comparison of Two Cities

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    Pages 359-378

    Spatial Decision Support in the Pedagogical Area: Processing Travel Stories to Discover Itineraries Hidden Beneath the Surface

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    Pages 379-399

    Ownership Definition and Instances Integration in Highly Coupled Spatial Data Infrastructures

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