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Session IV: Social, political, and ontological aspects of space PDF Print E-mail

11.30 Niche cohesion: identifying social cohesion in a spatially distributed interest network
Alexia Frey (Deakin University, Melbourne) 

11.40 Study on advanced geomatics services to support GMES applications in Spatial Data Infrastructures
Lorenzo Bigagli (University of Basilicata, Potenza)

11.50 Weaving space into the web of trust
Mohamed Bishr (University of Münster, Münster) 

12.00 Integration and alignment of spatial ontologies
Napat Sukthong (University of Leeds, Leeds)

12.10 Spatial dimensions of social policy
Steven Gibbs (Charles Sturt University, Bathurst)

Session III: Cognition of the environment PDF Print E-mail

10.20 Influence of affect on wayfinding
Samvith Srinivas (University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh) 

10.30 Using phenomenology to assist research in ethnophysiography
Andrew Turk (Murdoch University, Western Australia)

10.40 Cognitive modeling of built environments
Drew Dara-Abrams (University of California, Santa Barbara) 

10.50 Testing individual behaviour in a virtual land-use decision making environment
Lucy Spottiswood (The University of Melbourne, Melbourne)

11.00 SoftGISmethod in revealing residents’ perceived living environment
Maarit Kahila (Helsinki University of Technology, Helsinki)

11.10 Geographic coding of place names to assist geographic information organization in humanitarian action
Randall B. Kemp (University of Washington, Seattle)

11.20 Intelligent geocoding
Matthew J. Hutchinson (Curtin University of Technology, Perth)

Session II: Vagueness, uncertainty, and similarity PDF Print E-mail

09.20 The application of software agents to communicate spatial uncertainty in classified remotely sensed imagery
Blair Darragh (RMIT University, Melbourne) 

09.30 Similarity in context
Carsten Keßler (University of Münster, Münster)

09.40 Handling vagueness in ontologies of geographical information
David Mallenby (University of Leeds, Leeds) 

09.50 Efficient and effective representation of spatial variation of quality in a spatial database perspective
MGSM Zaffar Sadiq (The University of Melbourne, Melbourne)

10.00 Quality considerations during positional accuracy variation of quality in a spatial database perspective
Sue Hope (The University of Melbourne, Melbourne)

10.10 Spatio-temporal reasoning about regions with holes
Maria Vasardani (University of Maine, Orono)

Session I: Maps PDF Print E-mail

08.30 The future of road maps
Andras Bogdanovits (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)

08.40 Shifting from bicycle paper maps to mobile mapping platforms
Bernhard Klingseisen (Curtin University of Technology, Perth)

08.50 Real time mapping and local information on the Web
Ildiko Bogdanovits (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)

09.00 Agent–based context-aware map generalization
Rahim Ali Abbaspour (University of Tehran, Tehran)

09.10 The influence of landmarks and map alignment on navigating virtual environment
Grant McKenzie (The University of Melbourne, Melbourne)



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