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Smart cities of the future
Abstract Here we sketch the rudiments of what constitutes a smart city which we define as a city in which ICT is merged with traditional infrastructures, coordinated and integrated using new digitalExpand
Constructing knowledge from multivariate spatiotemporal data: integrating geographical visualization with knowledge discovery in database methods
We present an approach to the process of constructing knowledge through structured exploration of large spatiotemporal data sets. Expand
Exploring visitor movement patterns in natural recreational areas.
GPS technology is widely used to produce detailed data on the movement of people. Analysing massive amounts of GPS data, however, can be cumbersome. We present a novel approach to processing suchExpand
Geovisualization of Dynamics, Movement and Change: Key Issues and Developing Approaches in Visualization Research
The work presented here represents a selection of the contributions made to a workshop coordinated by the International Cartographic Association (ICA) Commission on Geovisualization and the Association of Geographic Information Laboratories in Europe (AGILE) on the Geovísualization of Dynamics, Movement and Change. Expand
A design and application of a multi-agent system for simulation of multi-actor spatial planning.
Multi-agent Systems (MAS) offer a conceptual approach to include multi-actor decision making into models of land use change. Expand
Land cover change in Europe between 1950 and 2000 determined employing aerial photography
BIOPRESS (‘Linking Pan-European Land Cover Change to Pressures on Biodiversity’), a European Commission funded ‘Global Monitoring for Environment and Security’ project, produced land cover changeExpand
The Integration of Geographic Visualization with Knowledge Discovery in Databases and Geocomputation
This paper details the research agenda of the International Cartographic Association Commission on Visualization: Working Group on Database-Visualization Links. Expand
Exploring patterns of movement suspension in pedestrian mobility.
We propose an exploratory statistical approach to detect patterns of movement suspension using a local indicator of spatial association (LISA) in a vector space representation to explore the places where pedestrians are temporally suspended by physical restrictions. Expand
Understanding Spatial Data Usability
In recent geographical information science literature, a number of researchers have made passing reference to an apparently new characteristic of spatial data known as 'usability'. Expand
Towards Semantic Interpretation of Movement Behavior
In this paper we aim at providing a model for the conceptual representation and deductive reasoning of trajectory patterns obtained from mining raw trajectories. Expand