Conference Proceedings is now available online LNCS 3799 GeoSpatial Semantics: First International Conference, GeoS 2005, Mexico City, Mexico, November 29-30, 2005. Editors: M. Andrea Rodríguez, Isabel F. Cruz, Sergei Levashkin, Max J. Egenhofer

Full Papers

Hayley Mizen, Catherine Dolbear, and Glen Hart

Ontology Ontogeny: Understanding how an Ontology is created and developed

Ordnance Survey, UK

Angela Schwering, Martin Raubal

Measuring Semantic Similarity between Geospatial Conceptual Regions

Ordnance Survey, UK and University of Muenster, Germany

Athanasios Karalopoulos, Margarita Kokla, and Marinos Kavouras

Comparing Representations of Geographic Knowledge Expressed as Conceptual Graphs

National Technical University of Athens, Greece

Antony Galton, Michael Worboys

Processes and Events in Dynamic Geo-networks

University of Exeter, UK and University of Maine, USA

Christophe Marquesuzaà, Patrick Etcheverry, and Julien Lesbegueries

Exploiting Geospatial Markers to Explore and Resocialize Localized Documents

Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour, France

Stephen Cole, Kathleen Hornsby

Modeling Noteworthy Events in a Geospatial Domain

University of Maine, USA

Ola Ahlqvist

Using semantic similarity metrics to uncover category and land cover change

The Ohio State University, USA

Xuan Gu, Richard Pascoe

Incorporating Update Semantics within Geographical Ontologies

University of Canterbury, New Zealand

Krzysztof Janowicz

Extending Semantic Similarity Measurement by Thematic Roles

University of Muenster, Germany

Denis Dean

Measuring Arrangement Similarity Between Thematic Raster Databases Using a Quadtree-based Approach

Colorado State University, USA

Hartwig Hochmair

Ontology Matching for Spatial Data Retrieval from Internet Portals

St. Cloud State University, USA

Nico Van de Weghe, Bart Kuijpers, Peter Bogaert, and Philippe De Maeyer

A Qualitative Trajectory Calculus and the Composition of its Relations

Ghent University and University of Limburg, Belgium

Dave Kolas, John Hebeler, and Mike Dean

Geospatial Semantic Web: Architecture of Ontologies

BBN Technologies, USA

Pragya Agarwal, Yongjian Huang, and Vania Dimitrova

Towards automated knowledge-based mapping between individual conceptualisations to empower personalisation of Geospatial Semantic Web

University of Leeds, UK

Christoph Schlieder

Representing the Meaning of Spatial Behavior by Spatially Grounded Intentional Systems

Bamberg University, Germany


Short Papers

Lasse Møller-Jensen

Mobile GIS: Attribute Data Presentation under Time and Space Constraints

University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Florian Twaroch

An Interstage Change Model for Sandbox Geography

Technical University Vienna, Austria

Neeharika Adabala, Kentaro Toyama

Purpose Driven Navigation

Microsoft Research India, India

Miguel Torres, Rolando Quintero, Marco Moreno, and Fred Fonseca

Ontology-driven description of spatial data for their semantic processing

Centro de Investigación en Computación-IPN, Mexico and Pennsylvania State University, USA