dg/sum'07
dg/sum'07
ISSNIP/ISPRS joint international workshop on distributed geoinformatics and sensing, ubiquity, and mobility
 
 
 
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Following a double-blind full-paper peer review the program committee has selected the following 9 papers to be included in DG/SUM 07.

  • Nadjim Chelghoum, Khalid Benabdeslem, (ULyon, FR). Spatial Data Mining - An approach based on relational data mining
  • Antoine Desmet, Fazel Naghdy, and Montserrat Ros UWollongong, AU). Ambient Intelligence Through Wireless Ad-hoc Control Networks
  • WooChul Jung (Ubiquitous Computing Lab, IBM Korea), DaeRyung Lee (Ubiquitous Computing Lab, IBM Korea), Moonju Park (Ubiquitous Computing Lab, IBM Korea) Stella Mitchell (T. J. Watson Research Center, IBM), and Jonathan Munson (T. J. Watson Research Center, IBM). A Dynamic Zone-based Traffic Management System: A Spatio-Temporal Application using STEDE
  • Jussi Pakkanen, Daniel T. H. Lai, and Marimuthu Palaniswami (UMelbourne, AU). A study on multidimensional scaling (MDS) algorithms for 3D sensor network localization
  • Ickjai Lee (James Cook U, AU) and Kyungmi Lee (Charles Sturt U, AU). Higher Order Voronoi Diagrams for Disaster and Emergency Management
  • Antoni Moore (UOtago, NZ). The Effect of Ubiquitous Geospatial Data Representation on Cognitive Maps
  • Femke Reitsma (UEdinburgh, UK) and Matt Duckham (UMelbourne, AU). Distributed Environmental Simulation and Feedback in Robust Geosensor Networks
  • Muhammad Jafar Sadeq (UMelbourne, AU). Distributed Detection of Spatiotemporal Change of Regions in Wireless Sensor Networks Using Boundary State
  • David Pullar, Jack Fan Zhang, Jane Hunter, and Xiaofang Zhou (U Queensland). Integrative Environmental Queries Using Geospatial Web Services

DG/SUM’07 is a one-day, single track workshop featuring a keynote talk, paper presentations, and collaborative activities.

Time?What? Who? 
 9:00Opening address
Matt Duckham, U Melbourne
 9:00-10:00KeynoteDr. Pavan Sikka, Autonomous Systems, Robotics, CSIRO ICT Centre, Brisbane
 10:00-10:30Coffee break All
 10:30-11:00Paper 1: Higher Order Voronoi Diagrams for Disaster and Emergency Management Ickjai Lee (James Cook U, AU) and Kyungmi Lee (Charles Sturt U, AU)
 11:00-11:30Paper 2: Distributed Environmental Simulation and Feedback in Robust Geosensor NetworksFemke Reitsma (UEdinburgh, UK) and Matt Duckham (UMelbourne, AU)
 11:30-12:00Paper 3: A study on multidimensional scaling (MDS) algorithms for 3D sensor network localizationJussi Pakkanen, Daniel T. H. Lai, and Marimuthu Palaniswami (UMelbourne, AU)
 12:00-13:00LunchAll
 13:30-14:00 Paper 4: Distributed Detection of Spatiotemporal Change of Regions in Wireless Sensor Networks Using Boundary State
Muhammad Jafar Sadeq (UMelbourne, AU).
 14:00-14:30Paper 5: Ambient Intelligence Through Wireless Ad-hoc Control NetworksAntoine Desmet, Fazel Naghdy, and Montserrat Ros UWollongong, AU).
 14:30-15:00Paper 6: The Effect of Ubiquitous Geospatial Data Representation on Cognitive Maps
Antoni Moore (UOtago, NZ).
 15:00-15:30Coffee break
All
 15:30-16:15Break-out session
All
 16:15-17:00Plenary discussionAll
 17:00Closing note
Matt Duckham, U Melbourne

 


 

 

 

 

 
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