© 2007

The European Information Society

Leading the Way with Geo-information

  • Sara Irina Fabrikant
  • Monica Wachowicz

Part of the Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography book series (LNGC)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvii
  2. GI Education In Europe

  3. Advances in Applied GI Research

  4. Advances in Applied GI Research

    1. Reasey Praing, Markus Schneider
      Pages 111-120
    2. Mathieu Petit, Cyril Ray, Christophe Claramunt
      Pages 121-133
    3. Bastiaan van Loenen, Danielle Groetelaers, Jaap Zevenbergen, Jitske de Jong
      Pages 135-152
  5. Advances in Applied GI Research

  6. Advanced GI Technologies

    1. F.J. López-Pellicer, F.J. Zarazaga-Soria, A. Mogollón-Diaz, J. Nogueras-Iso, P.R. Muro-Medrano
      Pages 187-200
    2. J. Nogueras-Iso, R. Béjar, M.A. Latre, E. Fernández-Villoslada, P.R. Muro-Medrano, FJ. Zarazaga-Soria
      Pages 201-215
  7. Advanced GI Technologies

    1. Nieves R. Brisaboa, Antonio Fariña, Miguel R. Luaces, David Trillo, José R. Viqueira
      Pages 231-245
  8. State-of-the-Art in GI Basic Research

    1. Luca Paolino, Monica Sebillo, Genoveffa Tortora, Giuliana Vitiello
      Pages 265-285
    2. Dieter Pfoser, Thanasis Hadzilacos, Nikos Faradouris, Kriton Kyrimis
      Pages 287-302
    3. Mehdi Essid, Yassine Lassoued, Omar Boucelma
      Pages 303-315
  9. State-of-the-Art in GI Basic Research

About this book


The Association of Geographic Information Laboratories for Europe (AGILE) conferences provide a multidisciplinary forum for an increasingly varied landscape of scientific knowledge production and dissemination, to th GI Scientists from around the world. This year’s landmark 10 AGILE Conference, held at the top of Europe in Aalborg, Denmark, brought a number of significant changes to the well-established conference series. For the first time the call for papers included a full-paper submission track of original, unpublished, fundamental scientific research, the results of which you will find published in this volume. The response for this call provides ample evidence that GI Science and Systems are alive and well in Europe. Twenty-eight papers (out of 62 submissions) were accepted for this volume (acceptance rate: 45%). Judging by the author’s affiliations in this volume, the diverse AGILE Community includes (but is not limited to) computer scientists, geographers, geomatic engineers, GI Science pr- titioners, just to mention a few. The breadth of submissions reflects a vibrant and globally interc- nected GI Science community. You will find contributions from all four corners of Europe, as well as from China, Japan, and the United States.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Sara Irina Fabrikant
    • 1
  • Monica Wachowicz
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of GeographyUniversity of ZürichZürichSwitzerland
  2. 2.Wageningen UR Centre for Geo-InformationWageningenThe Netherlands

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