Authors:Manfred M. Fischer, Arthur Getis,
Publisher: Springer
Keywords: spatial, computational, intelligence, advances, modelling, science, behavioural, developments, analysis, statistics, recent
Number of Pages: 452
Published: 2002-05-02
List price: $179.00
ISBN-10: 3540631801
ISBN-13: 9783540631804

In recent years, spatial analysis has become an increasingly active field, as evidenced by the establishment of educational and research programs at many universities. Its popularity is due mainly to new technologies and the development of spatial data infrastructures. This book illustrates some recent developments in spatial analysis, behavioural modelling, and computational intelligence. World renown spatial analysts explain and demonstrate their new and insightful models and methods. The applications are in areas of societal interest such as the spread of infectious diseases, migration beha

Authors:Christian Freksa, Wilfried Brauer, Christopher Habel
Publisher: Springer
Keywords: spatial, learning, notes, lecture, computer, intelligence, artificial, representation, memory, cognition, iii, routes, navigation, human
Number of Pages: 425
Published: 2003-08-13
List price: $99.00
ISBN-10: 3540404309
ISBN-13: 9783540404309

This third volume documents the results achieved within a priority program on spatial cognition funded by the German Science Foundation (DFG). The 23 revised full papers presented went through two rounds of reviewing and improvement and reflect the increased interdisciplinary cooperation in the area. The papers are organized in topical sections on routes and navigation, human memory and learning, spatial representation, and spatial reasoning.

Author: Wenzhong Shi
Publisher: CRC Press
Keywords: spatial, data, analyses, uncertainties, modeling, principles
Number of Pages: 432
Published: 2009-09-30
List price: $129.95
ISBN-10: 1420059270
ISBN-13: 9781420059274

When compared to classical sciences such as math, with roots in prehistory, and physics, with roots in antiquity, geographical information science (GISci) is the new kid on the block. Its theoretical foundations are therefore still developing and data quality and uncertainty modeling for spatial data and spatial analysis is an important branch of that theory. Principles of Modeling Uncertainties in Spatial Data and Spatial Analyses outlines the foundational principles and supplies a firm grasp of the disciplines’ theoretical underpinnings. Comprehensive, Systematic Review of Methods for

Author: Yee Leung
Publisher: Springer
Keywords: spatial, science, advances, data, knowledge, discovery
Number of Pages: 360
Published: 2009-12-07
List price: $179.00
ISBN-10: 364202663X
ISBN-13: 9783642026638

This book deals with knowledge discovery and data mining in spatial and temporal data, seeking to present novel methods that can be employed to discover spatial structures and processes in complex data. Spatial knowledge discovery is examined through the tasks of clustering, classification, association/relationship, and process. Among the covered topics are discovery of spatial structures as natural clusters, identification of separation surfaces and extraction of classification rules from statistical and algorithmic perspectives, detecting local and global aspects of non-stationarity of spati

Authors:Luc Anselin, Sergio J. Rey,
Publisher: Springer
Keywords: spatial, science, advances, data, perspectives, analysis
Number of Pages: 290
Published: 2010-01-12
List price: $119.00
ISBN-10: 3642019757
ISBN-13: 9783642019753

This book takes both a retrospective and prospective view of the field of spatial analysis by combining selected reprints of classic articles by Arthur Getis with current observations by leading experts in the field. Four main aspects are highlighted, dealing with spatial analysis, pattern analysis, local statistics as well as illustrative empirical applications. Researchers and students will gain an appreciation of Getis’ methodological contributions to spatial analysis and the broad impact of the methods he has helped pioneer on an impressively broad array of disciplines including spat

Authors:Roman M. Krzanowski, Jonathan Raper,
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Keywords: spatial, systems, information, modeling, evolutionary
Number of Pages: 304
Published: 2001-08-02
List price: $170.00
ISBN-10: 0195135687
ISBN-13: 9780195135688

Authors:Peter van Oosterom, Sisi Zlatanova,
Publisher: CRC Press
Keywords: spatial, semantic, web, towards, infrastructures, information, creating
Number of Pages: 216
Published: 2008-04-23
List price: $135.95
ISBN-10: 1420070681
ISBN-13: 9781420070682

Initiatives, such as INSPIRE and the US DHS Geospatial Data Model, are working to develop a rich set of standards that will create harmonized models and themes for the spatial information infrastructure. However, this is only the first step. Semantically meaningful models must still be developed in order to stimulate interoperability. Creating Spatial Information Infrastructures (SII) presents solutions to the problems preventing the launch of a truly effective SII. Leading experts in SII development present a complete overview of SII, including user and application needs, theoretical and t
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