Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Max J. Egenhofer, David M. Mark
    Pages 1-15
  3. Daniel Hernández, Eliseo Clementini, Paolino Di Felice
    Pages 45-57
  4. Kai Zimmermann
    Pages 59-67
  5. Jean -Paul Peloux, Philippe Rigaux
    Pages 123-137
  6. Emmanuel Fritsch, Jean Philippe Lagrange
    Pages 157-171
  7. J. Mark Ware, Christopher B. Jones, Geraint Ll. Bundy
    Pages 173-192
  8. Emmanuel Stefanakis, Marinos Kavouras
    Pages 241-257
  9. Michela Bertolotto, Leila De Floriani, Paola Marzano
    Pages 259-278
  10. Paola Magillo, Leila De Floriani, Elisabetta Bruzzone
    Pages 279-296

About these proceedings


This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the International Conference on Spatial Information Theory, COSIT'95, held near Vienna, Austria, in September 1995.
Spatial Information Theory brings together three fields of research of paramount importance for geographic information systems technology, namely spatial reasoning, representation of space, and human understanding of space. The book contains 36 fully revised papers selected from a total of 78 submissions and gives a comprehensive state-of-the-art report on this exciting multidisciplinary - and highly interdisciplinary - area of research and development.


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