Understanding Dynamics of Geographic Domains
Although the dynamic aspect of the world is widely recognized, information systems have lagged in their ability to represent these dynamics and provide support for users and analysts, especially those who work with dynamic geographic domains. A collection of peer-reviewed articles, Understanding Dynamics of Geographic Domains showcases new research
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3D city model activity-travel agent-based agents algorithms AlphaWorld analysis analytical applications approach ArcGIS associated Austin Batty behavior buildings change detection chapter cognitive complex network computational concept construction context data model data structures database difference image discrete dynamic geographic Egenhofer environmental ESRI example exposure assessment Figure footprints fractal dimension framework function gazetteer geocoding geocomputational geographic domains geographic dynamics Geographic Information Systems geographic space Geographical Information Science geospatial geostatistical geovisualization GIS-based GIScience Goodchild graphic Hebbian Hebbian learning Hornsby HSTB ICAMS implemented individual integrating interaction Journal of Geographical Kwan landscape LIDAR Meliker methods mobility NDVI nodes objects person’s pixels polygons query raster Remote Sensing representation represented sample scale-free network Shiode simulation space-time accessibility space-time datasets space-time paths spatial autocorrelation spatiotemporal statistical temporal orientations terrain textural time-geographic Time-GIS tion urban environment urban model users virtual city visual volumetric voxel whale behavior workshop
Page 75 - I sometimes ask myself," he once said, "how did it come that I was the one to develop the theory of relativity. The reason, I think, is that a normal adult never stops to think about problems of space and time. These are things which he has thought of as a child. But my intellectual development was retarded, as a result of which I began to wonder about space and time only when I had already grown up.