Temporal GIS
Spatio-temporal Modelling
Spatio-temporal Analysis
Time Geography
Temporal Modelling
Temporal Databases
Query Languages
Case Studies
Surveys and Reviews
Reports and Studies
Moving Objects and LBS
Data Mining and Analysis
Spatial Data Modelling
Spatial Data Structures
Spatial Reasoning
Spatial Databases
Databases
AI and Logic
Ontologies
Spatial Data Visualization
Topology
IR, GIR, and TIR
Semantics and NLP
Annotating Time
3D/4D
Software
Interoperability
GI and data
SDI and Geoservices
GIS and GIScience
Calendars
Standardization
Institutions
ISO
W3C
OGC
 
 

Temporal GIS                     


  1. Al-Taha, K. K. and Barrera, R.: ‹‹Temporal Data and GIS: An Overview›› in: GIS/LIS`90, A. S. Sensing (Eds.), Vol.1, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing:Bethesda-MD-USA, pp.244-254, November 07-10 1990.

  2. Brundage, R.: Implementing an Archival GIS Template Utilizing ArcMAP GIS Software and the Personal Geodatabase, (Master`s Thesis) Department of Geology and Geography, Northwest Missouri State University:Maryville-MO-USA, 2006.

  3. Candy, J. T.: Development of a Prototype Temporal Geographic Information System, (Master`s Thesis) (T. Poiker Adv.), Department of Geography, Simon Fraser University:Burnaby-BC-Canada, 1995.

  4. Castagneri, J.: Temporal GIS explores new dimensions in time, [Online], GIS World, GIS World Inc.:Fort Collins-CO-USA, [Retrieved on 20/02/2010] http://www.gisworld.com/gw/1998/0998/998tmp.asp, 1998/07/05.

  5. Chrisman, N. R.: ‹‹Beyond Spatio-temporal Data Models: A Model of GIS as a Technology Embedded in Historical Context›› in: Eleventh International Symposium on Computer-Assisted Cartography -Auto-Carto-11-, R. B. McMaster and M. P. Armstrong (Eds.), Vol.11, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing:Bethesda-MD-USA, pp.23-32, October 30-November 01 1993.

  6. Christakos, G., Bogaert, P. and Serre, M. L.: Temporal GIS: Advanced Functions for Field-based Applications, Num.v. 1, Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, 2001.

  7. Claramunt, C. and Stewart, K.: ‹‹Special Issue on Spatio-Temporal Theories and Models for Environmental, Urban and Social Sciences: Where Do We Stand?›› Spatial Cognition & Computation, Vol.15 Num.2, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.61-67, April 2015. doi:10.1080/13875868.2015.10041.

  8. Dijst, M.: ‹‹Space–Time Integration in a Dynamic Urbanizing World: Current Status and Future Prospects in Geography and GIScience›› Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Vol.103 Num.5, Routledge:London-UK, pp.1058-1061, September 2013. doi:10.1080/00045608.2013.792171.

  9. Egenhofer, M. J. and Golledge, R. G. (Eds.): Spatial and Temporal Reasoning in Geographic Information Systems, (1st), Spatial Information Systems, M. F. Goodchild, P. A. Burrough, R. A. McDonnell and P. Switzer (Eds.), Vol.54, Oxford University Press:New York-NY-USA, 1998.

  10. El-Geresy, B. A., Abdelmoty, A. I. and Jones, C. B.: ‹‹Spatio-Temporal Geographic Information Systems: A Causal Perspective›› in: Advances in Databases and Information Systems, Y. Manolopoulos and P. Návrat (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science -LNCS-, Vol.2435, Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.191-203, 2002. doi:10.1007/3-540-45710-0_16.

  11. Frank, A. U.: ‹‹Socio-Economics Units: Their Life and Motion›› in: Life and Motion of Socio-Economic Units, A. U. Frank, J. F. Raper and J.-P. Cheylan (Eds.), GISDATA, Vol.8, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.21-34, 2001.

  12. Frank, A. U., Raper, J. F. and Cheylan, J.-P. (Eds.): Life and Motion of Socio-Economic Units, GISDATA, I. Masser and F. Salgé (Eds.), Vol.8, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.9-60-357, 2001.

  13. Freelan, S.: ‹‹Developing a Quasi-Temporal GIS for Archival Map Data›› in: 23rd Annual ESRI International User Conference, , ESRI:Redlands-CA-USA, pp. 0987-, July 7-11 2003. doi:10.1.1.90.5137.

  14. Freelan, S.: Developing a Quasi-Temporal GIS for Archival Map Data, (Master`s Thesis) Huxley College of the Environment - Departament of Geography, Western Washington University:Bellingham-WA-USA, 2003. doi:10.1.1.90.5137.

  15. Frihida, A., Marceau, D. J. and Thériault, M.: ‹‹Development of a Temporal Extension to Query Travel Behavior Time Paths Using an Object-Oriented GIS›› GeoInformatica, Vol.8 Num.3, Kluwer Academic Publishers:Dordrecht - The Netherlands, pp.211-235, September 2004. doi:10.1023/B:GEIN.0000034819.57376.92.

  16. Gimblett, H. R. (Eds.): Integrating Geographic Information Systems and Agent-Based Modeling Techniques for Simulating Social and Ecological Processes, Studies in the Sciences of Complexity, , Oxford University Press:New York-NY-USA, 2002.

  17. Goodchild, M. F.: ‹‹Combining space and time: New potential for temporal GIS›› (1st), in: Placing History: How Maps, Spatial Data, and GIS Are Changing Historical Scholarship, A. K. Knowles and A. Hillier (Eds.), , ESRI:Redlands-CA-USA, pp.179-198, 2008.

  18. Goodchild, M. F.: ‹‹Prospects for a Space–Time GIS›› Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Vol.103 Num.5, Routledge:London-UK, pp.1072-1077, September 2013. doi:10.1080/00045608.2013.792175.

  19. Halls, P. J. and Miller, P.: ‹‹Of todes and worms: An Experiment in bringing Time to ArcInfo›› in: ESRI European User Conference, D. J. Maguire and H. H. Maguire (Eds.), , ESRI:Redlands-CA-USA, October 02-04 1996.

  20. Hazelton, N. W.: ‹‹Some operational requirements for a multi-temporal 4D GIS›› (1st), in: Spatial and Temporal Reasoning in Geographic Information Systems, M. J. Egenhofer and R. G. Golledge (Eds.), Spatial Information Systems, Vol.54, Oxford University Press:New York-NY-USA, pp.63-73, 1998.

  21. Hermosilla, L. H.: ‹‹A unified approach for developing a temporal GIS with database and reasoning capabilities›› in: Fifth European Conference and Exhibition on Geographic Information Systems -EGIS`94-, J. J. Harts, H. F. Ottens and H. J. Scholten (Eds.), Vol.1, EGIS Foundation:Utrecht - The Netherlands, pp.122-131, March 29-April 01 1994.

  22. Jacquez, G. M., Goovaerts, P. and Rogerson, P.: ‹‹Space-Time Intelligence Systems: Technology, applications and methods›› Journal of Geographical Systems, Vol.7 Num.1, Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.1-5, May 2005. doi:10.1007/s10109-005-0146-7.

  23. Kwan, M.-P. and Neutens, T.: ‹‹Space-time research in GIScience›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.28 Num.5, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.851-854, May 2014. doi:10.1080/13658816.2014.889300.

  24. Langran, G.: ‹‹Temporal GIS Design Tradeoffs›› in: GIS/LIS`88: Accessing the World, Vol.1, Urban and Regional Information Systems Association:Falls Church-VA-USA, pp.890-899, Nov.30-Dec.02 1988.

  25. Langran, G.: ‹‹Analyzing and Generalizing Temporal Geographic Information›› in: GIS/LIS`93, Vol.1, Urban and Regional Information Systems Association:Bethesda-MD-USA, pp.379-388, Nov. 02-04 1993.

  26. Langran, G.: ‹‹Updating of Real-time Spatial Systems›› in: Ninth Annual Symposium on Geographic Information Systems in Natural Resources Management -GIS 95-, P. O`Reilly (Eds.), Vol.1, GIS World Inc.:Fort Collins-CO-USA, pp.354-359, March 27-30 1995.

  27. Langran, G.: ‹‹Temporal GIS Design Tradeoffs›› URISA Journal, Vol.2 Num.2, Urban and Regional Information Systems Association, pp.16-25, Fall 1990.

  28. Langran, G.: ‹‹Issues of implementing a spatiotemporal system›› International Journal of Geographical Information Systems, Vol.7 Num.4, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.305-314, 1993. doi:10.1080/02693799308901963.

  29. Langran, G.: Time in Geographic Information Systems, (Ph.D Thesis) (N. R. Chrisman Adv.), Department of Geography, University of Washington:Seattle-WA-USA, 1989.

  30. Montello, D. R.: ‹‹Book Review of Representations of Space and Time - By D. Peuquet›› Geographical Review, Vol.94 Num.1, American Geographical Society:Brooklyn-NY-USA, pp.124-127, January 2004. doi:10.1111/j.1931-0846.2004.tb00161.x.

  31. Montgomery, L. D.: Temporal Geographic Information Systems Technology and Requirements: Where We are Today, (Master`s Thesis) (D. F. Marble Adv.), Department of Geography, The Ohio State University:Columbus-OH-USA, 1995.

  32. Nadi, S. and Delavar, M. R.: ‹‹Spatio-Temporal Modeling of Dynamic Phenomena in GIS›› in: 9th Scandinavian Research Conference on Geographical Information Science -ScanGIS`03-, K. Virrantaus and H. Tveite (Eds.), , Helsinki University of Technology:Helsinki - Finland, pp.215-225, June 04-06 2003.

  33. Nyerges, T., Roderick, M., Prager, S., Bennett, D. and Lam, N.: ‹‹Foundations of sustainability information representation theory: spatial–temporal dynamics of sustainable systems›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.28 Num.5, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1165-1185, May 2014. doi:10.1080/13658816.2013.853304.

  34. Ott, T. and Swiaczny, F.: Time-integrative Geographic Information Systems - Management and Analysis of Spatio-Temporal Data, (1st), , Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, 2001.

  35. Ott, T. and Swiaczny, F.: Time-Integrative Geographic Information Systems. Extra Materials, [Online], Springer:Berlin - Germany, [Retrieved on 20/12/2011] http://extras.springer.com/2001/978-3-540-41016-4/Documents, 2000/09/06.

  36. Peuquet, D. J.: Representations of Space and Time, , The Guilford Press:London-UK, 2002.

  37. Peuquet, D. J.: ‹‹Time in GIS and geographical databases›› in: Geographical Information Systems, P. A. Longley, M. F. Goodchild, D. J. Maguire and D. W. Rhind (Eds.), , Wiley:New York-NY-USA, pp.91-103, 1999.

  38. Raper, J. F.: ‹‹Making GIS multi-dimensional›› in: First Joint European Conference and Exhibition on Geographical Information -JEC-GI-, Vol.1, IOS Press:Amsterdam - The Netherlands, pp.232-240, March 27-31 1995.

  39. Richardson, D. B.: ‹‹Real-Time Space–Time Integration in GIScience and Geography›› Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Vol.103 Num.5, Routledge:London-UK, pp.1062-1071, September 2013. doi:10.1080/00045608.2013.792172.

  40. Rushton, G.: ‹‹Representations of Space and Time - Review›› Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Vol.94 Num.3, Routledge:London-UK, pp.687-688, 2004. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8306.2004.421_7.x.

  41. Shaw, S.-L. and Yu, H.: Towards a GIS-based Analytical Time-geographic Framework for Physical and Virtual Activities (Bibliography), [Online], The University of Tennessee:Knoxville-TN-USA, [Retrieved on 03/01/2012] http://web.utk.edu/~sshaw/NSF-Project-Website/bibliography.htm, 2008/12/25.

  42. Stead, S. D.: ‹‹Temporal Dynamics and Geograhic Information Systems›› (1st), in: Spatial and Temporal Reasoning in Geographic Information Systems, M. J. Egenhofer and R. G. Golledge (Eds.), Spatial Information Systems, Vol.54, Oxford University Press:New York-NY-USA, pp.214-219, 1998.

  43. Stewart Hornsby, K. and Yuan, M. (Eds.): Understanding Dynamics of Geographic Domains, (1st), U. C. Science (Eds.), , CRC Press:Boca Raton-FL-USA, 2008.

  44. Stock, O. (Eds.): Spatial and Temporal Reasoning, , Kluwer Academic Publishers:Dordrecht - The Netherlands, 1997.

  45. Thomson, R. C. and Richardson, D. E.: ‹‹Generalization, Temporal GIS and Map Revision›› Geomatica, Vol.50 Num.4, Canadian Institute of Geomatics:Ottawa-ON-Canada, pp.441-448, December 1996.

  46. Wachowicz, M. and Owens, J. B.: ‹‹Space-time representations of complex networks: What is next?›› GeoFocus, Vol.9 Num.1, Asociación de Geógrafos Españoles:Madrid - España, pp.1-8, December 2009.

  47. Worboys, M. F.: ‹‹Unifying the spatial and temporal components of geographic information›› in: Sixth International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, T. C. Waugh and R. G. Healey (Eds.), Vol.1, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.505-517, September 05-09 1994.

  48. Worboys, M. F.: ‹‹Putting time into GIS›› in: Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Association for Geographic Information -AGI`93-, Vol.3, Association for Geographic Information:London-UK, pp.3.8.1-3.8.5, November 16-18 1993.

  49. Yuan, M.: ‹‹A Book Review on The Representation of Space and Time - By D. Peuquet›› Journal of Economic Geography, Vol.80 Num.2, , pp.217-218, April 2004. doi:10.1111/j.1944-8287.2004.tb003.

  50. Yuan, M.: Representation of Wildfire in Geographic Information Systems, (Doctoral Dissertation) (D. M. Mark Adv.), Department of Geography, The State University of New York at Buffalo:New York-NY-USA , 1994.

  51. Yuan, M., Nara, A. and Bothwell, J.: ‹‹Space–time representation and analytics›› Annals of GIS, Vol.20 Num.1, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1-9, January 2014. doi:10.1080/19475683.2013.862301.

 


Spatio-temporal Modelling                     


  1. Allen, E., Edwards, G. and Bédard, Y.: ‹‹Qualitative causal modeling in temporal GIS›› in: Spatial Information Theory. A Theoretical Basis for GIS, A. U. Frank and W. Kuhn (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science -LNCS-, Vol.988, Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.397-412, 1995. doi:10.1007/3-540-60392-1_26.

  2. Armenakis, C.: ‹‹Electronic Mapping of Time-Dependent Data›› in: Proceedings of ASPRS/ACSM/RT, Vol.3, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing:Bethesda-MD-USA, pp.445-454, August 03-08 1992.

  3. Armstrong, M. P.: ‹‹Temporality in spatial databases›› in: GIS/LIS`88: Accessing the World, Vol.2 Num.2, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing:Falls Church-VA-USA, pp.880-889, 30 November - 2 December 1988.

  4. Batty, M., Desyllas, J. and Duxbury, E.: ‹‹The discrete dynamics of small-scale spatial events: agent-based models of mobility in carnivals and street parades›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.17 Num.7, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.673-697, 2003. doi:10.1080/1365881031000135474.

  5. Becker, L., Voigtmann, A. and Hinrichs, K. H.: ‹‹Temporal support for geo-data in object-oriented databases›› in: Database and Expert Systems Applications, R. R. Wagner and H. Thoma (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science -LNCS-, Vol.1134, Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.79-93, 1996. doi:10.1007/BFb0034672.

  6. Bédard, Y., Caron, C., Maamar, Z., Moulin, B. and Valliere, D.: ‹‹Adapting data models for the design of spatio-temporal databases›› Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, Vol.20 Num.1, Pergamon Press:Oxford-UK, pp.19-41, January 1996. doi:10.1016/S0198-9715(96)00008-7.

  7. Beller, A.: ‹‹Spatial/Temporal Events in a GIS›› in: GIS/LIS`91, A. S. Sensing (Eds.), Vol.2, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing:Bethesda-MD-USA, pp.766-775, October 28-November 01 1991.

  8. Beller, A.: ‹‹A Temporal GIS Prototype for Global Change Research›› in: GIS/LIS`91, A. S. Sensing (Eds.), Vol.2, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing:Bethesda-MD-USA, pp.752-765, October 28-November 01 1991.

  9. Bennett, D. A. and Tang, W.: ‹‹Modelling adaptive, spatially aware, and mobile agents: Elk migration in Yellowstone›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.20 Num.9, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1039-1066, October 2006. doi:10.1080/13658810600830806.

  10. Bittner, T., Donnelly, M. and Smith, B.: ‹‹A spatio-temporal ontology for geographic information integration›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.23 Num.6, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.765-798, June 2009. doi:10.1080/13658810701776767.

  11. Bjørnas, O. M. and Skogan, D.: Multimodels and spatio-temporal modeling in object-oriented GIS, (Master`s Thesis) Department of Computer and Information Science, Norwegian Institute of Technology:Trondheim - Norway, 1993.

  12. Bonfatti, F. and Monari, P. D.: ‹‹Spatio-temporal Modeling of Complex Geographical Structures›› in: IFIP TC5/WG5.11 Working Conference on Computer Support for Environmental Impact Assessment -CSEIA 93-, G. Guariso and B. Page (Eds.), Vol.B-16, North-Holland Publishing Co.:Amsterdam-The Netherlands, pp.49-60, October 06-08 1993.

  13. Bothwell, J. and Yuan, M.: ‹‹A kinematics-based GIS methodology to represent and analyze spatiotemporal patterns of precipitation change in IPCC A2 scenario›› in: 19th ACM SIGSPATIAL International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems, , ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.152-161, November 1-4 2011. doi:10.1145/2093973.2093995.

  14. Bothwell, J. and Yuan, M.: ‹‹Apply concepts of fluid kinematics to represent continuous space–time fields in temporal GIS›› Annals of GIS, Vol.16 Num.1, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.27-41, March 2010. doi:10.1080/19475681003700872.

  15. Brakatsoulas, S., Pfoser, D. and Tryfona, N.: ‹‹Modeling, Storing, and Mining Moving Object Databases›› in: International Database Engineering and Applications Symposium (IDEAS `04), , IEEE Computer Society:Washington D.C. - USA, pp.68-77, July 7-9 2004. doi:10.1109/IDEAS.2004.45.

  16. Brown, D. G., Riolo, R., Robinson, D. T., North, M. and Rand, W.: ‹‹Spatial process and data models: Toward integration of agent-based models and GIS›› Journal of Geographical Systems, Vol.7 Num.1, Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.25-47, May 2005. doi:10.1007/s10109-005-0148-5.

  17. Camossi, E.: Spatio-temporal multigranularity in an object data model, (Ph.D Thesis) (E. Bertino and M. Bertolotto Adv.), Dipartimento di Informatica e Comunicazione, Università degli Studi di Milano:Milano-Italy, 2005.

  18. Camossi, E., Bertolotto, M. and Bertino, E.: ‹‹A multigranular object-oriented framework supporting spatio-temporal granularity conversions›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.20 Num.5, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.511-534, May 2006. doi:10.1080/13658810600607451.

  19. Camossi, E., Bertolotto, M., Bertino, E. and Guerrini, G.: ‹‹A multigranular spatiotemporal data model›› in: 11th ACM International Symposium on Advances in Geographic Information Systems -GIS`03-, , ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.94-101, November 07-08 2003. doi:10.1145/956676.956689.

  20. Caron, C., Bédard, Y. and Gagnon, P.: ‹‹MODUL-R: un formalisme individuel adapté pour les SIRS›› Revue de Géomatique, Vol.3 Num.3, Hermes Science:London-UK, pp.283-306, June 1993.

  21. Chen, J. and Jiang, J.: ‹‹An Event-Based Approach to Spatio-Temporal Data Modeling in Land Subdivision Systems›› GeoInformatica, Vol.4 Num.4, Kluwer Academic Publishers:Dordrecht - The Netherlands, pp.387-402, December 2000. doi:10.1023/A:1026565929263.

  22. Choi, J., Seong, J. C., Kim, B. and Usery, E. L.: ‹‹Innovations in Individual Feature History Management - The Significance of Feature-based Temporal Model›› GeoInformatica, Vol.12 Num.1, Kluwer Academic Publishers:Dordrecht - The Netherlands, pp.1-20, March 2008. doi:10.1007/s10707-007-0019-y.

  23. Chrisman, N. R.: ‹‹Beyond the snapshot: changing the approach to change, error and process›› (1st), in: Spatial and Temporal Reasoning in Geographic Information Systems, M. J. Egenhofer and R. G. Golledge (Eds.), Spatial Information Systems, Vol.54, Oxford University Press:New York-NY-USA, pp.85-93, 1998.

  24. Claramunt, C. and Thériault, M.: ‹‹Managing Time in GIS: An Event-Oriented Approach›› in: Recent Advances in Temporal Databases: Proceedings of the International Workshop on Temporal Databases, J. Clifford and A. Tuzhilin (Eds.), , Springer Verlag:London-UK, pp.23-42, September 17-18 1995.

  25. Claramunt, C. and Thériault, M.: ‹‹Toward semantics for modelling spatio-temporal processes within GIS›› in: Seventh International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, M.-J. Kraak and M. Molenaar (Eds.), Vol.2, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.47-64, August 1996.

  26. Claramunt, C., Parent, C. and Thériault, M.: ‹‹Design patterns for spatio-temporal processes›› in: Searching for Semantics: Data Mining and Reverse Engineering - 7th IFIP 2.6 Working Conference on Database Semantics DS-7, S. Spaccapietra and F. J. Maryanski (Eds.), IFIP Conference Proceedings, Vol.124, Chapman & Hall:London-UK, pp.415-428, Leysin - Switzerland, 1997. doi:10.1.1.52.3769.

  27. Claramunt, C., Parent, C., Spaccapietra, S. and Thériault, M.: ‹‹Database Modelling for Environmental and Land Use Changes›› in: Geographical Information and Planning, J. Stillwell, S. Geertman and S. Openshaw (Eds.), Advances in Spatial Science, , Springer:Berlin - Germany, pp.181-202, 1999. doi:10.1007/978-3-662-03954-0_10.

  28. Claramunt, C., Thériault, M. and Parent, C.: ‹‹A qualitative representation of evolving spatial entities in two-dimensional topological spaces›› in: Innovations In GIS 5: Selected Papers From The Fifth National Conference On GIS Research UK, S. Carver (Eds.), Innovations in GIS, Vol.5, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.121-131, Leeds-UK, 1998. doi:10.1.1.97.6533.

  29. Cohn, A. G., Gotts, N. M., Cui, Z., Randell, D. A., Bennett, B. and Gooday, J.: ‹‹Exploiting temporal continuity in qualitative spatial calculi›› (1st), in: Spatial and Temporal Reasoning in Geographic Information Systems, M. J. Egenhofer and R. G. Golledge (Eds.), Spatial Information Systems, Vol.54, Oxford University Press:New York-NY-USA, pp.5-24, 1998. doi:10.1.1.34.6681.

  30. Del Mondo, G., Rodríguez, M. A., Claramunt, C., Bravo, L. and Thibaud, R.: ‹‹Modeling consistency of spatio-temporal graphs›› Data & Knowledge Engineering, Vol.84, Elsevier:Amsterdam-The Netherlands, pp.59-80, March 2013. doi:10.1016/j.datak.2012.12.007.

  31. Del Mondo, G., Stell, J. G., Claramunt, C. and Thibaud, R.: ‹‹A Graph Model for Spatio-temporal Evolution›› (jun), Journal of Universal Computer Science, Vol.16 Num.11, , pp.1452-1477, 2010. doi:10.3217/jucs-016-11-1452.

  32. Dragicevic, S. and Marceau, D. J.: ‹‹A fuzzy set approach for modelling time in GIS›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.14 Num.3, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.225-245, 2000. doi:10.1080/136588100240822.

  33. du Mouza, C. and Rigaux, P.: ‹‹Mobility Patterns›› GeoInformatica, Vol.9 Num.4, Kluwer Academic Publishers:Dordrecht-The Netherlands, pp.297-319, December 2005. doi:10.1007/s10707-005-4574-9.

  34. Egenhofer, M. J. and Frank, A. U.: ‹‹Object-oriented modelling in GIS: inheritance and propagation›› in: Ninth International Symposium on Computer-Assisted Cartography -Auto-Carto 9-, , American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing:Falls Church-VA-USA, pp.588-598, April 02-07 1989.

  35. Erwig, M. and Schneider, M.: ‹‹Spatio-temporal predicates›› IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, Vol.14 Num.4, IEEE Computer Society:Los Alamitos-CA-USA, pp.881-901, July-August 2002. doi:10.1109/TKDE.2002.1019220.

  36. Erwig, M., Güting, R. H., Schneider, M. and Vazirgiannis, M.: ‹‹Spatio-Temporal Data Types: An Approach to Modeling and Querying Moving Objects in Databases›› GeoInformatica, Vol.3 Num.3, Kluwer Academic Publishers:Dordrecht - The Netherlands, pp.269-296, September 1999. doi:10.1023/A:1009805532638.

  37. Faria, G., Medeiros, C. B. and Nascimento, M. A.: An Extensible Framework for Spatio-Temporal Database Applications, (TR- 27), , Time Center:Aalborg-Danmark, pp.1-15, 1998. doi:10.1.1.92.104.

  38. Ferreira, K. R., Câmara, G. and Vieira Monteiro, A. M.: ‹‹An Algebra for Spatiotemporal Data: From Observations to Events›› Transactions in GIS, Vol.18 Num.2, John Wiley & Sons:Chichester-UK, pp.253-269, May 2013. doi:10.1111/tgis.12030.

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  47. Pelekis, N., Frentzos, E., Giatrakos, N. and Theodoridis, Y.: ‹‹HERMES: Aggregative LBS via a Trajectory DB Engine›› in: 2008 ACM SIGMOD International Conference on Management of Data, L. V. Lakshmanan, R. T. Ng and D. Shasha (Eds.), , ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.1255-1258, June 2008. doi:10.1145/1376616.1376748.

  48. Pelekis, N., Theodoridis, Y., Vosinakis, S. and Panayiotopoulos, T.: ‹‹Hermes – A Framework for Location-Based Data Management›› in: Advances in Database Technology - EDBT 2006, Y. Ioannidis, M. H. Scholl, J. W. Schmidt, F. Matthes, M. Hatzopoulos, K. Boehm, A. Kemper, T. Grust and C. Boehm (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science -LNCS-, Vol.3896, Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.1130-1134, 2006. doi:10.1007/11687238_75.

  49. Ramamritham, K., Sivasankaran, R., Stankovic, J. A., Towsley, D. T. and Xiong, M.: ‹‹Integrating temporal, real-time and Active databases›› (March), ACM SIGMOD Record, Vol.25 Num.1, ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.8-12, March 1996. doi:10.1145/381854.381868.

  50. Roddick, J. F., Grandi, F., Mandreoli, F. and Scalas, M. R.: ‹‹Beyond Schema Versioning: A Flexible Model for Spatio-Temporal Schema Selection›› GeoInformatica, Vol.5 Num.1, Kluwer Academic Publishers:Dordrecht - The Netherlands, pp.33-50, March 2001. doi:10.1023/A:1011407904714.

  51. Roddick, J. F., Hoel, E., Egenhofer, M. J., Papadias, D. and Salzberg, B.: ‹‹Spatial, temporal and spatio-temporal databases - hot issues and directions for phd research›› ACM SIGMOD Record, Vol.33 Num.2, ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.126-131, June 2004. doi:10.1145/1024694.1024724.

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  64. Yeh, T.-S. and de Cambray, B.: ‹‹Modeling Highly Variable Spatio-Temporal Data›› in: Sixth Australasian Database Conference, Vol.17 Num.2, IEEE Computer Society:Los Alamitos-CA-USA, pp.1-13, December 1994. doi:10.1.1.106.7674.

 


Query Languages                     


  1. Abiteboul, S., Herr, L. and van den Bussche, J.: ‹‹Temporal Connectives versus Explicit Timestamps in Temporal Query Languages›› in: Recent Advances in Temporal Databases: Proceedings of the International Workshop on Temporal Databases, J. Clifford and A. Tuzhilin (Eds.), , Springer Verlag:London-UK, pp.43-57, September 17-18 1995.

  2. Abiteboul, S., Quass, D., McHugh, J., Widom, J. and Wiener, J. L.: ‹‹The Lorel Query Language for Semistructured Data›› International Journal on Digital Libraries, Vol.1 Num.1, Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.68-88, April 1997. doi:10.1007/s007990050005.

  3. Beech, D., Malhotra, A. and Rys, M.: A Formal Data Model and Algebra for XML, [Online], Stanford University:Stanford-CA-USA, [Retrieved on 13/10/2011] http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/summary?doi=10.1.1.36.9804, 1999/10/09. doi:10.1.1.36.9804.

  4. Bonhomme, C., Trépied, C., Marie-Aude-Aufaure and Laurini, R.: ‹‹A visual language for querying spatio-temporal databases›› in: 7th ACM International Symposium on Advances in Geographic Information Systems -GIS`99-, C. B. Medeiros (Eds.), , ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.34-39, November 02-06 1999. doi:10.1145/320134.320144.

  5. Bonifati, A. and Ceri, S.: ‹‹Comparative Analysis of Five XML Query Languages›› ACM SIGMOD Record, Vol.29 Num.1, ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.68-79, March 2000. doi:10.1145/344788.344822.

  6. Chan, K. K. and Tomlin, C. D.: ‹‹Map Algebra as a Spatial Language›› in: Cognitive and linguistic aspects of geographic space, D. M. Mark and A. U. Frank (Eds.), NATO ASI series: Behavioural and social sciences, Vol.63, Kluwer Academic Publishers:Dordrecht - The Netherlands, pp.351-360, 1991.

  7. Chang, S.-K., Costagliola, G. and Jungert, E.: ‹‹Spatial/Temporal Query Processing for Information Fusion Applications›› in: Advances in Visual Information Systems, R. Laurini (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science -LNCS-, Vol.1929, Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.555-564, 2000. doi:10.1007/3-540-40053-2_12.

  8. Chen, J., He, B. and Wang, W.: ‹‹GXQuery: A GML spatial data query language›› in: 2nd IEEE International Conference on Information Management and Engineering -ICIME 2010-, Vol.4, IEEE Computer Society:Los Alamitos-CA-USA, pp.271-275, April 16-18 2010. doi:10.1109/ICIME.2010.5478020.

  9. Chung, W. and Bae, H.-Y.: ‹‹A Specification of a Moving Objects Query Language over GML for Location-Based Services›› in: Advanced Web Technologies and Applications, J. Yu, X. Lin, H. Lu and Y. Zhang (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science -LNCS-, Vol.3007, Springer:Berlin - Germany, pp.788-793, 2004. doi:10.1007/978-3-540-24655-8_86.

  10. Chung, W., Park, S.-Y. and Bae, H.-Y.: ‹‹An extension of XQuery for moving objects over GML›› in: International Conference on Information Technology: Coding and Computing -ITCC 2004-, Vol.2, IEEE Computer Society:Los Alamitos-CA-USA, pp.142-147, April 05-07 2004. doi:10.1109/ITCC.2004.1286614.

  11. Córcoles, J. E.: ‹‹Estudio del estado del arte de índices de búsqueda en GML (Geographical Markup Language)›› Revista Digital Sociedad de la Información, Num.22, Cefalea, pp.1-13, Octubre 2010.

  12. Córcoles, J. E. and González, P.: ‹‹GML as Database: Present and Future›› in: Handbook of Research on Geoinformatics, H. A. Karimi (Eds.), , Information Science Reference:Hershey-PA-USA, pp.1-10, 2009. doi:10.4018/978-1-59140-995-3.ch001.

  13. Córcoles, J. E. and González, P.: ‹‹Querying GML: A Pressing Need›› in: Handbook of Research on Geoinformatics, H. A. Karimi (Eds.), , Information Science Reference:Hershey-PA-USA, pp.11-19, 2009. doi:10.4018/978-1-59140-995-3.ch002.

  14. Córcoles, J. E. and González, P.: ‹‹A specification of a spatial query language over GML›› in: 9th ACM international symposium on Advances in Geographic Information Systems -ACM-GIS `01-, W. G. Aref (Eds.), , ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.112-117, November 09-10 2001. doi:10.1145/512161.512186.

  15. Egenhofer, M. J.: ‹‹Deficiencies of SQL as a GIS Query Language›› in: Cognitive and linguistic aspects of geographic space, D. M. Mark and A. U. Frank (Eds.), NATO ASI series: Behavioural and social sciences, Vol.63, Kluwer Academic Publishers:Dordrecht - The Netherlands, pp.477-492, 1991.

  16. Egenhofer, M. J.: ‹‹Why not SQL!›› International Journal of Geographical Information Systems, Vol.6 Num.2, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.71-85, 1992. doi:10.1080/02693799208901897.

  17. Egenhofer, M. J.: ‹‹Spatial SQL: a query and presentation language›› IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, Vol.6 Num.1, IEEE Computer Society:Los Alamitos-CA-USA, pp.86-95, February 1994. doi:10.1109/69.273029.

  18. Egenhofer, M. J.: Spatial Query Languages, (Ph.D Thesis) (A. U. Frank Adv.), Department of Surveying Engineering, University of Maine:Orono-ME-USA, 1989.

  19. Erwig, M. and Schneider, M.: ‹‹STQL — A Spatio-Temporal Query Language›› in: Mining Spatio-Temporal Information Systems, R. Ladner, K. Shaw and M. Abdelguerfi (Eds.), The International Series in Engineering and Computer Science, Vol.699, Kluwer Academic Publishers:Dordrecht-The Netherlands, pp.105-126, 2002. doi:10.1007/978-1-4615-1149-6_6.

  20. Erwig, M. and Schneider, M.: ‹‹Developments in spatio-temporal query languages›› in: Tenth International Workshop on Database and Expert Systems Applications -DEXA 99-, T. J. Bench-Capon, G. Soda and A. M. Tjoa (Eds.), , IEEE Computer Society:Los Alamitos-CA-USA, pp.441-449, September 01-03 1999. doi:10.1109/DEXA.1999.795206.

  21. Featherstone, R.: ‹‹Spatial Vector Algebra›› in: Rigid Body Dynamics Algorithms, , Springer:New York-NY-USA, pp.7-38, 2008. doi:10.1007/978-0-387-74315-8_2.

  22. Ferri, F. and Rafanelli, M.: ‹‹GeoPQL: A Geographical Pictorial Query Language That Resolves Ambiguities in Query Interpretation›› in: Journal on Data Semantics III, S. Spaccapietra and E. Zimányi (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science -LNCS-, Vol.3534, Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.50-80, 2005. doi:10.1007/11496168_3.

  23. Frank, A. U.: ‹‹MAPQUERY: Data base query language for retrieval of geometric data and their graphical representation›› (July), ACM SIGGRAPH Computer Graphics, Vol.16 Num.3, ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.199-207, July 1982. doi:10.1145/965145.801281.

  24. Gadia, S. K. and Vaishnav, J. H.: ‹‹A query language for a homogeneous temporal database›› in: Fourth ACM SIGACT-SIGMOD Symposium on Principles of Database Systems, , ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.51-56, March 25-27 1985. doi:10.1145/325405.325412.

  25. Ingram, K. J. and Phillips, W. J.: ‹‹Geographic information processing using a SQL-based query language›› in: Eighth International Symposium on Computer-Assisted Cartography -Auto-Carto 8-, N. R. Chrisman (Eds.), Vol.8, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing:Falls Church-VA-USA, pp.326-335, March 29-April 03 1987.

  26. Kulkarni, K. and Michels, J.-E.: ‹‹Temporal features in SQL:2011›› ACM SIGMOD Record, Vol.41 Num.3, ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.34-43, September 2012. doi:10.1145/2380776.2380786.

  27. Noh, S.-Y. and Gadia, S. K.: ‹‹A Model Comparison for Spatiotemporal Data in Ubiquitous Environments: A Case Study ›› Journal of Information Processing Systems, Vol.7 Num.4, Korea Information Processing Society -KIPS-:Seoul - Republic of Korea, pp.635-652, December 2011. doi:10.3745/JIPS.2011.7.4.635 .

  28. Perez, J., Arenas, M. and Gutierrez, C.: ‹‹Semantics and Complexity of SPARQL›› ACM Transactions on Database Systems (TODS), Vol.34 Num.3, ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.16:1-45, August 2009.

  29. Ríos Viqueira, J. R. and Lorentzos, N. A.: ‹‹SQL extension for spatio-temporal data›› The VLDB Journal — The International Journal on Very Large Data Bases, Vol.16 Num.2, Springer Verlag:Secaucus-NJ-USA, pp.179-200, April 2007. doi:10.1007/s00778-005-0161-9.

  30. Rizzolo, F. and Vaisman, A. A.: ‹‹Temporal XML: modeling, indexing, and query processing›› The VLDB Journal — The International Journal on Very Large Data Bases, Vol.17 Num.5, Springer Verlag:New York-NY-USA, pp.1179-1212, August 2008. doi:10.1007/s00778-007-0058-x.

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  33. Snodgrass, R. T.: TSQL2 Temporal Query Language, [Online], The University of Arizona:Tucson-AZ-USA, [Retrieved on 23/12/2010] http://www.cs.arizona.edu/people/rts/tsql2.html, 2004/01/20.

  34. Snodgrass, R. T.: ‹‹TSQL2 Temporal Query Language›› The ACM SIGMOD Anthology, Vol.5 Num.1, , June 2001.

  35. Snodgrass, R. T.: ‹‹The temporal query language TQuel›› (June), ACM Transactions on Database Systems (TODS), Vol.12 Num.2, ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.247-298, June 1987. doi:10.1145/22952.22956.

  36. Vatsavai, R. R.: GML-QL: A Spatial Query Language Specification for GML, [Online], University of Minnesota, [Retrieved on 12/10/2012] http://www.cobblestoneconcepts.com/ucgis2summer2002/vatsavai/vatsavai.htm, 2002/06/03.

  37. Voigtmann, A., Becker, L. and Hinrichs, K. H.: An Object-Oriented Data Model and a Query Language for Geographic Information Systems, (Bericht Nr. 15/95-I), , Institut für Informatik:Münster-Germany, pp.1-20, 1995.

  38. Xinmin Chen, C. and Zaniolo, C.: ‹‹SQLST : A Spatio-Temporal Data Model and Query Language›› in: Conceptual Modeling — ER 2000, A. H. Laender, S. W. Liddle and V. C. Storey (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science -LNCS-, Vol.1920, Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.96-111, Salt Lake City-Utah-USA, 2000. doi:10.1007/3-540-45393-8_8.

 


Case Studies                     


  1. Ahola, T., Virrantaus, K., Krisp, J. M. and Hunter, G. J.: ‹‹A spatio-temporal population model to support risk assessment and damage analysis for decision-making›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.21 Num.8, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.935-953, September 2007. doi:10.1080/13658810701349078.

  2. Angulo, J. M., Yu, H.-L., Langousis, A., Madrid, A. E. and Christakos, G.: ‹‹Modeling of space–time infectious disease spread under conditions of uncertainty›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.26 Num.10, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1751-1772, October 2012. doi:10.1080/13658816.2011.648642.

  3. Barlett, D. J.: ‹‹Space, time, chaos and coastal GIS›› in: 16th International Cartographic Conference, P. Mesenburg (Eds.), Vol.1 Num.3, German Society of Cartography:Bielefeld - Germany, pp.539-551, May 3-9 1993.

  4. Basoglu, U. and Morrison, J.: ‹‹The efficient hierarchical data structure for the U.S. historical boundary file›› in: Data structures: Hierarchial and overlaid, G. Dutton (Eds.), Harvard papers on GIS, Vol.4, Addison-Wesley:Reading-MA-USA, pp.1-17, 1978.

  5. Bullock, N., Dickens, P., Shapcott, M. and Steadman, P.: ‹‹Time budgets and models of daily activity patterns›› Social Trends, Vol.5 Num.1, Palgrave Macmillan:Basingstoke-UK, pp.45-63, June 1974.

  6. Campari, I.: ‹‹Analyzing Temporal Factors in Urban Morphology Development›› (1st), in: Spatial and Temporal Reasoning in Geographic Information Systems, M. J. Egenhofer and R. G. Golledge (Eds.), Spatial Information Systems, Vol.54, Oxford University Press:New York-NY-USA, pp.220-237, 1998.

  7. Clark, C. D.: ‹‹Reconstructing the evolutionary dynamics of former ice sheets using multi-temporal evidence, remote sensing and GIS›› Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol.16 Num.9, Pergamon Press:Oxford-UK, pp.1067-1092, 1997. doi:10.1016/S0277-3791(97)00037-1.

  8. Cömert, Ç. and Alkan, M.: ‹‹The Design and Development of a Temporal GIS for Cadastral and Land Title Data of Turkey›› in: XXth ISPRS Congress - Geo-Imagery Bridging Continents, Vol.XXXV, International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing -ISPRS-:Rockville-MD-USA, pp.19-24, July 12-23 2004. doi:10.1.1.184.2041.

  9. Demirel, H., Gielsdorf, F. and Gründig, L.: ‹‹Exploring Space and Time: The Interaction of Transportation and Environment›› in: XXIst ISPRS Congress - Silk Road for Information from Imagery, Vol.XXXVII, International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing -ISPRS-:Rockville-MD-USA, pp.51-56, July 03-11 2008.

  10. Döner, F., Thompson, R., Stoter, J., Lemmen, C., Ploeger, H., van Oosterom, P. J. and Zlatanova, S.: ‹‹Solutions for 4D cadastre – with a case study on utility networks›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.25 Num.7, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1173-1189, July 2011. doi:10.1080/13658816.2010.520272.

  11. Etches, A., Claramunt, C., Bargiela, A. and Kosonen, I.: ‹‹An Integrated Temporal GIS Model for Traffic Systems›› in: Innovations in GIS 6: Integrating Information Infrastructures with GI Technology, B. M. Gittings (Eds.), Innovations in GIS, Vol.6, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.217-228, 1999.

  12. Fan, F., Wang, Y., Qiu, M. and Wang, Z.: ‹‹Evaluating the Temporal and Spatial Urban Expansion Patterns of Guangzhou from 1979 to 2003 by Remote Sensing and GIS Methods›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.23 Num.11, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1371-1388, November 2009. doi:10.1080/13658810802443432.

  13. Goodall, J. L. and Maidment, D. R.: ‹‹A spatiotemporal data model for river basin-scale hydrologic systems›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.23 Num.2, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.233-247, February 2009. doi:10.1080/13658810802032193.

  14. Goodall, J. L., Maidment, D. R. and Sorenson, J.: ‹‹Representation of Spatial and Temporal Data in ArcGIS›› in: AWRA Spring Conference: GIS And Water Resources III, , American Water Resources Association, pp.32-1-32-6, May 17-19 2004.

  15. Goodchild, M. F.: ‹‹GIS and Transportation: Status and Challenges›› GeoInformatica, Vol.4 Num.2, Kluwer Academic Publishers:Dordrecht - The Netherlands, pp.127-139, June 2000. doi:10.1023/A:1009867905167.

  16. Hough, R.: ‹‹Time and space: An economic model›› in: Theories and Methods of Spatio-Temporal Reasoning in Geographic Space, A. U. Frank, I. Campari and U. Formentini (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science -LNCS-, Vol.639, Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.78-96, 1992. doi:10.1007/3-540-55966-3_4.

  17. Johnson, I.: ‹‹Mapping the fourth dimension: the TimeMap project›› in: Computer Applications in Archaeology Conference -CAA`97-, , BAR International Series:Oxford-UK, pp.1-21, September 1997.

  18. Karssenberg, D. and De Jong, K.: ‹‹Dynamic environmental modelling in GIS: 1. Modelling in three spatial dimensions›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.19 Num.5, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.559-579, May 2005. doi:10.1080/13658810500032362.

  19. Karssenberg, D. and De Jong, K.: ‹‹Dynamic environmental modelling in GIS: 2. Modelling error propagation›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.19 Num.6, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.623-637, July 2005. doi:10.1080/13658810500104799.

  20. Kim, H.-M. and Kwan, M.-P.: ‹‹Space-time accessibility measures: A geocomputational algorithm with a focus on the feasible opportunity set and possible activity duration›› Journal of Geographical Systems, Vol.5 Num.1, Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.71-91, May 2003. doi:10.1007/s101090300104.

  21. Kim, J. H.: ‹‹Spatiotemporal scale dependency and other sensitivities in dynamic land-use change simulations›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.27 Num.9, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1782-1803, September 2013. doi:10.1080/13658816.2013.787145.

  22. Knighton, R. and Claramunt, C.: ‹‹An Aeronautical Temporal GIS for Post-Flight Assessment of Navigation Performance›› Transactions in GIS, Vol.5 Num.1, Blackwell Publishing Ltd:Oxford-UK, pp.53-66, January 2001. doi:10.1111/1467-9671.00067.

  23. Kwan, M.-P.: ‹‹Space-Time and Integral Measures of Individual Accessibility: a Comparative Analysis Using a Point-based Framework›› Geographical Analysis, Vol.30 Num.3, Blackwell Publishing Ltd:Oxford-UK, pp.191-216, July 1998. doi:10.1111/j.1538-4632.1998.tb00396.x.

  24. Kwan, M.-P., Janelle, D. G. and Goodchild, M. F.: ‹‹Accessibility in space and time: A theme in spatially integrated social science›› Journal of Geographical Systems, Vol.5 Num.1, Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.1-3, May 2003. doi:10.1007/s101090300100.

  25. Langran, G.: ‹‹Tracing Temporal Information in an Automated Nautical Charting System›› Cartography and Geographic Information Systems, Vol.17 Num.4, Cartography and Geographic Information Society:Washington D.C. - USA, pp.291-299, October 1990. doi:10.1559/152304090783805726.

  26. Marceau, D. J., Guindon, L., Bruel, M. and Marois, C.: ‹‹Building Temporal Topology in a GIS Database to Study the Land-Use Changes in a Rural-Urban Environment›› The Professional Geographer, Vol.53 Num.4, Blackwell Publishing Ltd:Oxford-UK, pp.546-558, November 2001. doi:10.1111/0033-0124.00304.

  27. Molina, G. Z. and Albarran, A. J.: ‹‹Análisis multitemporal y de la estructura horizontal de la cobertura de la tierra: Parque Nacional Yacambú, estado Lara, Venezuela›› Cuadernos de Geografía: Revista Colombiana de Geografía, Vol.22 Num.1, Universidad Nacional de Colombia:Bogotá D.C. - Colombia, pp.25-40, Enero 2013.

  28. Odland, J.: ‹‹Longitudinal Analysis of Migration and Mobility Spatial Behavior in Explicitly Temporal Contexts›› (1st), in: Spatial and Temporal Reasoning in Geographic Information Systems, M. J. Egenhofer and R. G. Golledge (Eds.), Spatial Information Systems, Vol.54, Oxford University Press:New York-NY-USA, pp.238-259, 1998.

  29. Osborne, S. and Stoogenke, M.: ‹‹Integration of a Temporal Element into a Natural Resource Decision Support System›› in: GIS/LIS`89, Vol.2, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing:Bethesda-MD-USA, pp.221-227, November 26-30 1989.

  30. Price, S.: ‹‹Modelling the temporal element in land information systems›› International Journal of Geographical Information Systems, Vol.3 Num.3, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.233-243, 1989. doi:10.1080/02693798908941510.

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  34. Siyuan, W., Bing, Z., Cunjian, Y., Yan, Z. and Hui, W.: ‹‹Temporal change and suitability assessment of cropland in the Yellow River Basin during 1990-2005›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.26 Num.3, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.519-539, March 2012. doi:10.1080/13658816.2011.598458.

  35. Siyuan, W., Jingshi, L. and Cunjian, Y.: ‹‹Temporal change in the landscape erosion pattern in the Yellow River Basin, China›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.21 Num.10, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1077-1092, November 2007. doi:10.1080/13658810701228645.

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Surveys and Reviews                     


  1. Abraham, T. and Roddick, J. F.: ‹‹Survey of spatio-temporal databases›› GeoInformatica, Vol.3 Num.1, Kluwer Academic Publishers:Dordrecht - The Netherlands, pp.61-99, March 1999. doi:10.1023/A:1009800916313.

  2. Al-Taha, K. K., Snodgrass, R. T. and Soo, M. D.: ‹‹Bibliography on spatiotemporal databases›› ACM SIGMOD Record, Vol.22 Num.1, ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.59-67, March 1993. doi:10.1145/156883.156892.

  3. Al-Taha, K. K., Snodgrass, R. T. and Soo, M. D.: ‹‹Bibliography on spatiotemporal databases›› International Journal of Geographical Information Systems, Vol.8 Num.1, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.95-103, 1994. doi:10.1080/02693799408901988.

  4. An, L., Tsou, M.-H., Crook, S. E., Chun, Y., Spitzberg, B., Gawron, J. M. and Gupta, D. K.: ‹‹Space-Time Analysis: Concepts, Quantitative Methods, and Future Directions›› Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Vol.105 Num.5, Routledge:London-UK, pp.891-914, November 2015. doi:10.1080/00045608.2015.1064510.

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  8. Bolour, A., Anderson, T. L., Dekeyser, L. J. and Wong, H. K.: ‹‹The role of time in information processing: a survey›› ACM SIGMOD Record, Vol.12 Num.3, ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.27-50, April 1982. doi:10.1145/984505.984508.

  9. Bolour, A., Anderson, T. L., Dekeyser, L. J. and Wong, H. K.: ‹‹The role of time in information processing: a survey›› ACM SIGART Bulletin, Num.80, ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.28-46, April 1982 . doi:10.1145/1056176.1056180.

  10. Bonifati, A. and Lee, D.: Technical Survey of XML Schema and Query Languages, [Online], Laboratoire d`Informatique Fondamentale de Lille, [Retrieved on 14/10/2011] http://www.lifl.fr/~bonifati/pubs/bole01.pdf, 2001/06/22.

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  12. Clarke, K. and Irmischer, I. J.: ‹‹On Scale in Space, Time and Space-Time›› (1st), in: Integrating Scale in Remote Sensing and GIS, D. A. Quattrochi, E. Wentz and N. S. Lam, Emerson, Charles W. (Eds.), , CRC Press:Boca Raton-FL-USA, pp.1-10, 2017.

  13. Demšar, U., Buchin, K., Cagnacci, F., Safi, K., Speckmann, B., Van de Weghe, N., Weiskopf, D. and Weibel, R.: ‹‹Analysis and visualisation of movement: an interdisciplinary review›› Movement Ecology, Vol.3 Num.1, BioMed Central:London-UK, pp. 5-, March 2015. doi:10.1186/s40462-015-0032-y.

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  15. Dyreson, C. E., Grandi, F., Käfer, W., Kline, N., Lorentzos, N. A., Mitsopoulos, Y., Montanari, A., Nonen, D., Peressi, E., Pernici, B., Roddick, J. F., Sarda, N. L., Scalas, M. R., Segev, A., Snodgrass, R. T., Soo, M. D., Tansel, A. U., Tiberio, P. and Wiederhold, G.: ‹‹A consensus glossary of temporal database concepts›› ACM SIGMOD Record, Vol.23 Num.1, ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.52-64, March 1994. doi:10.1145/181550.181560.

  16. Ganguly, N., Sikdar, B. K., Deutsch, A., Canright, G. and Chaudhuri, P. P.: ‹‹A Survey on Cellular Automata›› in: Additive Cellular Automata: Theory and Applications, P. P. Chaudhuri (Eds.), Vol.I, IEEE Computer Society:Los Alamitos-CA-USA, pp.1-30, 1997. doi:10.1.1.107.7729.

  17. Grandi, F.: ‹‹Introducing an Annotated Bibliography on Temporal and Evolution Aspects in the World Wide Web›› ACM SIGMOD Record, Vol.33 Num.2, ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.84-86, June 2004. doi:10.1145/1024694.1024709.

  18. Grandi, F.: ‹‹Introducing an Annotated Bibliography on Temporal and Evolution Aspects in the Semantic Web›› ACM SIGMOD Record, Vol.41 Num.4, ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.18-21, December 2012. doi:10.1145/2430456.2430460.

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  21. Ilarri, S., Mena, E. and Illarramendi, A.: ‹‹Location-dependent Query Processing: Where We Are and Where We Are Heading›› ACM Computing Surveys, Vol.42 Num.3, ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.12:1-12:73, March 2010. doi:10.1145/1670679.1670682.

  22. Jensen, C. S., Clifford, J., Gadia, S. K., Segev, A. and Snodgrass, R. T.: ‹‹A glossary of temporal database concepts›› ACM SIGMOD Record, Vol.21 Num.3, ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.35-43, September 1992. doi:10.1145/140979.140996.

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Reports and Studies                     


  1. Abler, R. F.: ‹‹The National Science Foundation National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis›› International Journal of Geographical Information Systems, Vol.1 Num.4, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.303-326, 1987. doi:10.1080/02693798708927819.

  2. Ahearn, S. C., Icke, I., Datta, R., DeMers, M. N., Plewe, B. and Skupin, A.: ‹‹Re-engineering the GIS&T Body of Knowledge›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.27 Num.11, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.2227-2245, November 2013. doi:10.1080/13658816.2013.802324.

  3. Arnaud, A. M., Craglia, M., Masser, I., Salgé, F. and Scholten, H.: ‹‹The research agenda of the European Science Foundation`s GISDATA scientific programme›› International Journal of Geographical Information Systems, Vol.7 Num.5, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.463-470, 1993. doi:10.1080/02693799308901975.

  4. Barrera, R., Frank, A. U. and Al-Taha, K. K.: ‹‹Temporal Relations in Geographic Information Systems: a workshop at the University of Maine›› ACM SIGMOD Record, Vol.20 Num.3, ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.85-91, September 1991. doi:10.1145/126482.126492.

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  6. Bergougnoux, P.: ‹‹A Perspective on Dynamic and Multi-Dimensional GIS in the 21st Century›› GeoInformatica, Vol.4 Num.4, Kluwer Academic Publishers:Dordrecht - The Netherlands, pp.343-348, December 2000. doi:10.1023/A:1026557727446.

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  9. Egenhofer, M. J. and Golledge, R. G.: Time in geographic space: report on the specialist meeting of research initiative 10, (Report 94-9), NCGIA Technical Papers Series, , National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis:Santa Barbara-CA-USA, pp.1-47, 1994. doi:10.1.1.48.7738.

  10. Frank, A. U., Grumbach, S., Güting, R. H., Jensen, C. S., Koubarakis, M., Lorentzos, N. A., Manolopoulos, Y., Nardelli, E., Pernici, B., Schek, H.-J., Scholl, M. O., Sellis, T., Theodoulidis, B. and Widmayer, P.: ‹‹Chorochronos: a research network for spatiotemporal database systems›› ACM SIGMOD Record, Vol.28 Num.3, ACM:New York- NY-USA, pp.12-21, September 1999. doi:10.1145/333607.333609.

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  12. Goodchild, M. F., Egenhofer, M. J., Kemp, K. K., Mark, D. M. and Sheppard, E.: ‹‹Introduction to the Varenius project›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.13 Num.8, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.731-745, 1999. doi:10.1080/136588199240996.

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Moving Objects and LBS                     


  1. Bian, L.: ‹‹Object-oriented representation for modelling mobile objects in an aquatic environment›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.14 Num.7, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.603-623, 2000. doi:10.1080/136588100424936.

  2. Biljecki, F., Ledoux, H. and van Oosterom, P.: ‹‹Transportation mode-based segmentation and classification of movement trajectories›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.27 Num.2, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.385-407, February 2013. doi:10.1080/13658816.2012.692791.

  3. Bogorny, V., Renso, C., de Aquino, A. R., de Lucca Siqueira, F. and Alvares, L. O.: ‹‹CONSTAnT – A Conceptual Data Model for Semantic Trajectories of Moving Objects›› Transactions in GIS, Vol.18 Num.1, John Wiley & Sons:Chichester-UK, pp.66-88, February 2013. doi:10.1111/tgis.12011.

  4. Brinkhoff, T.: ‹‹A Framework for Generating Network-Based Moving Objects›› GeoInformatica, Vol.6 Num.2, Kluwer Academic Publishers:Dordrecht - The Netherlands, pp.153-180, June 2002. doi:10.1023/A:1015231126594.

  5. Cotelo Lema, J. A., Forlizzi, L., Güting, R. H., Nardelli, E. and Schneider, M.: ‹‹Algorithms for Moving Objects Databases›› The Computer Journal, Vol.46 Num.6, , pp.680-712, December 2003. doi:10.1093/comjnl/46.6.680.

  6. Dodge, S., Laube, P. and Weibel, R.: ‹‹Movement similarity assessment using symbolic representation of trajectories›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.26 Num.9, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1563-1588, September 2012. doi:10.1080/13658816.2011.630003.

  7. Dodge, S., Weibel, R., Ahearn, S. C., Buchin, M. and Miller, J. A.: ‹‹Analysis of movement data›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.30 Num.5, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.825-834, May 2016. doi:10.1080/13658816.2015.1132424.

  8. Elmongui, H. G., Mokbel, M. F. and Aref, W. G.: ‹‹Continuous aggregate nearest neighbor queries›› GeoInformatica, Vol.17 Num.1, Springer:New York-NY-USA, pp.63-95, January 2013. doi:10.1007/s10707-011-0149-0.

  9. Fang, Z., Li, Q., Zhang, X. and Shaw, S.-L.: ‹‹A GIS data model for landmark-based pedestrian navigation›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.26 Num.5, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.817-838, May 2012. doi:10.1080/13658816.2011.615749.

  10. George, B. and Shekhar, S.: ‹‹Time-Aggregated Graphs for Modeling Spatio-temporal Networks›› in: Journal on Data Semantics XI, S. Spaccapietra, J. Z. Pan, P. Thiran, T. Halpin, S. Staab, V. Svatek, P. Shvaiko and J. Roddick (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science -LNCS-, Vol.5383, Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.191-212, 2008. doi:10.1007/978-3-540-92148-6_7.

  11. Güting, R. H. and Schneider, M.: Moving Objects Databases, Data Management Systems, M. Kaufmann (Eds.), , Morgan Kaufmann Publishers:San Francisco-CA-USA, 2005.

  12. Güting, R. H., Almeida, V., Ansorge, D., Behr, T., Ding, Z., Höse, T., Hoffmann, F., Spiekermann, M. and Telle, U.: ‹‹SECONDO: An Extensible DBMS Platform for Research Prototyping and Teaching›› in: 21st International Conference on Data Engineering -ICDE 2005-, , IEEE Computer Society:Los Alamitos-CA-USA, pp.1115-1116, April 05-08 2005. doi:10.1109/ICDE.2005.129.

  13. Güting, R. H., Behr, T. and Düntgen, C.: ‹‹SECONDO: A Platform for Moving Objects Database Research and for Publishing and Integrating Research Implementations›› IEEE Data Engineering Bulletin, Vol.33 Num.2, IEEE Computer Society:Los Alamitos-CA-USA, pp.56-63, June 2010.

  14. Huere Peña, J. L. and Santos, M. Y.: ‹‹Representing, Storing and Mining Moving Objects Data›› in: World Congress on Engineering 2011, S. I. Ao, L. Gelman, D. W. Hukings, A. Hunter and A. M. Korsunsky (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science, Vol.2192, Newswood Limited:Kwun Tong - Hong Kong, pp.1823-1828, London - UK, 2011.

  15. Ibrahim, A., Turdukulov, U. and Kraak, M.-J.: ‹‹Representing Internal Varying Characteristics of Moving Objects›› in: Advances in Databases and Information Systems, Y. Manolopoulos, G. Trajcevski and M. Kon-Popovska (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science -LNCS-, Vol.8716, Springer International Publishing:Cham - Switzerland, pp.207-218, 2014. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-10933-6_16.

  16. Ilarri, S., Bobed, C. and Mena, E.: ‹‹An approach to process continuous location-dependent queries on moving objects with support for location granules›› Journal of Systems and Software, Vol.84 Num.8, Elsevier:Amsterdam-The Netherlands, pp.1327-1350, August 2011. doi:10.1016/j.jss.2011.03.082.

  17. Ilarri, S., Stojanovic, D. and Ray, C.: ‹‹Semantic management of moving objects: A vision towards smart mobility›› Expert Systems with Applications, Vol.42 Num.3, Elsevier:Amsterdam-The Netherlands, pp.1418-1435, February 2015. doi:10.1016/j.eswa.2014.08.057.

  18. Jaiswal, A., Pezanowski, S., Mitra, P., Zhang, X., Xu, S., Turton, I., Klippel, A. and MacEachren, A. M.: ‹‹GeoCAM: A geovisual analytics workspace to contextualize and interpret statements about movement›› Journal of Spatial Information Science, Vol.3 Num.1, The University of Maine:Orono-ME-USA, pp.65-101, June 2011. doi:10.5311/JOSIS.2011.3.55.

  19. Karimi, H. A. and Kasemsuppakorn, P.: ‹‹Pedestrian network map generation approaches and recommendation›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.27 Num.5, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.947-962, May 2013. doi:10.1080/13658816.2012.730148.

  20. Klippel, A.: ‹‹Movement Choremes: Bridging Cognitive Understanding and Formal Characterizations of Movement Patterns1›› Topics in Cognitive Science, Vol.3 Num.4, Blackwell Publishing Ltd:Oxford-UK, pp.722-740, October 2011. doi:10.1111/j.1756-8765.2011.01159.x.

  21. Kuijpers, B. and Othman, W.: ‹‹Modeling uncertainty of moving objects on road networks via space–time prisms›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.23 Num.9, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1095-1117, September 2009. doi:10.1080/13658810802097485.

  22. Kuijpers, B., Grimson, R. and Othman, W.: ‹‹An analytic solution to the alibi query in the space-time prisms model for moving object data›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.25 Num.2, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.293-322, February 2011. doi:10.1080/13658810902967397.

  23. Kuijpers, B., Miller, H. J., Neutens, T. and Othman, W.: ‹‹Anchor uncertainty and space-time prisms on road networks›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.24 Num.8, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1223-1248, August 2010. doi:10.1080/13658810903321339.

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  25. Laube, P., Imfeld, S. and Weibel, R.: ‹‹Discovering relative motion patterns in groups of moving point objects›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.19 Num.6, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.639-668, July 2005. doi:10.1080/13658810500105572.

  26. Liu, L., Qiao, S., Zhang, Y. and Hu, J.: ‹‹An efficient outlying trajectories mining approach based on relative distance›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.26 Num.10, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1789-1810, October 2012. doi:10.1080/13658816.2012.654792.

  27. Long, J. A. and Nelson, T. A.: ‹‹Measuring Dynamic Interaction in Movement Data›› Transactions in GIS, Vol.17 Num.1, John Wiley & Sons:Chichester-UK, pp.62-77, February 2013. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9671.2012.01353.x.

  28. Maldonado-Ibañez, A., Wachowicz, M. and Vázquez-Hoehne, A.: ‹‹Movement surface: a multilevel approach for predicting visitor movement in nature areas›› Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, Vol.38 Num.5, Pion Ltd:London - UK, pp.864-878, September 2011. doi:10.1068/b36022.

  29. Manco, G., Baglioni, M., Giannotti, F., Kuijpers, B., Raffaetà, A. and Renso, C.: ‹‹Querying and Reasoning for Spatiotemporal Data Mining›› in: Mobility, Data Mining and Privacy. Geographic Knowledge Discovery, F. Giannotti and D. Pedreschi (Eds.), Computer Science, , Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.335-374, 2008. doi:10.1007/978-3-540-75177-9_13.

  30. Matisziw, T. C. and Demir, E.: ‹‹Inferring network paths from point observations›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.26 Num.10, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1979-1996, October 2012. doi:10.1080/13658816.2012.674137.

  31. Noyon, V., Devogele, T. and Claramunt, C.: ‹‹A relative modelling approach for modelling trajectories›› in: 4th ISPRS Workshop on Dynamic and Multi-dimensional GIS -DMGIS`05-, , International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing -ISPRS-:Rockville-MD-USA, pp.139-143, September 05-08 2005.

  32. Openshaw, S., Charlton, M. and Wymer, C.: ‹‹A Mark 1 Geographical Analysis Machine for the automated analysis of point data sets›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.1 Num.4, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.335-358, October 1997. doi:10.1080/02693798708927821.

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  34. Orellana, D. and Wachowicz, M.: ‹‹Exploring Patterns of Movement Suspension in Pedestrian Mobility›› Geographical Analysis, Vol.43 Num.3, Blackwell Publishing Ltd:Oxford-UK, pp.241-260, July 2011. doi:10.1111/j.1538-4632.2011.00818.x.

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  41. Sadahiro, Y., Lay, R. and Kobayashi, T.: ‹‹Trajectories of Moving Objects on a Network: Detection of Similarities, Visualization of Relations, and Classification of Trajectories›› Transactions in GIS, Vol.17 Num.1, John Wiley & Sons:Chichester-UK, pp.18-40, February 2013. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9671.2012.01330.x.

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Data Mining and Analysis                     


  1. Agrawal, D., Das, S. and El Abbadi, A.: ‹‹Big Data and Cloud Computing: Current State and Future Opportunities›› in: 14th International Conference on Extending Database Technology (EDBT/ICDT `11), A. Ailamaki, S. Amer-Yahia, J. Pate, T. Risch, P. Senellart and J. Stoyanovich (Eds.), , ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.530-533, 21-25 March 2011. doi:10.1145/1951365.1951432.

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Spatial Data Structures                     


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Spatial Reasoning                     


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  26. Ladkin, P. B. and Maddux, R. D.: ‹‹On binary constraint problems›› Journal of the ACM, Vol.41 Num.3, ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.435-469, May 1994. doi:10.1145/176584.176585.

  27. Langran, G.: ‹‹Producing answers to spatial questions›› in: Tenth International Symposium on Computer-Assisted Cartography -Auto-Carto 10-, D. M. Mark and D. White (Eds.), Vol.10, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing:Bethesda-MD-USA, pp.133-147, March 25-28 1991.

  28. Liu, Y., Guo, Q. H., Wieczorek, J. and Goodchild, M. F.: ‹‹Positioning localities based on spatial assertions›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.23 Num.11, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1471-1501, November 2009. doi:10.1080/13658810802247114.

  29. Long, Z. and Li, S.: ‹‹A complete classification of spatial relations using the Voronoi-based nine-intersection model›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.27 Num.10, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.2006-2025, October 2013. doi:10.1080/13658816.2013.781607.

  30. Lucas, C.: ‹‹Multi-criteria modelling and clustering of spatial information›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.26 Num.10, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1897-1915, October 2012. doi:10.1080/13658816.2012.661056.

  31. Papadias, D. and Egenhofer, M. J.: ‹‹Algorithms for Hierarchical Spatial Reasoning›› GeoInformatica, Vol.1 Num.3, Kluwer Academic Publishers:Dordrecht - The Netherlands, pp.251-273, October 1997. doi:10.1023/A:1009760430440.

  32. Pragera, S. D. and Barber, J. J.: ‹‹Modeling unobserved true position using multiple sources and information semantics›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.26 Num.1, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.15-37, January 2012. doi:10.1080/13658816.2011.568485.

  33. Randell, D. A., Cui, Z. and Cohn, A. G.: ‹‹A Spatial Logic based on Regions and Connection›› in: 3rd International Conference on Principles of Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (KR`92), B. Nebel, C. Rich and W. R. Swartout (Eds.), , Morgan Kaufmann, pp.165-176, October 25-29 1992. doi:10.1.1.35.7809.

  34. Renz, J.: Qualitative Spatial Reasoning with Topological Information, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence -LNAI-, J. G. Carbonell and J. Siekmann (Eds.), Vol.2293, Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, 2002. doi:10.1007/3-540-70736-0.

  35. Shook, E., Wang, S. and Tang, W.: ‹‹A communication-aware framework for parallel spatially explicit agent-based models›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.27 Num.11, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.2160-2181, November 2013. doi:10.1080/13658816.2013.771740.

  36. Stefanakis, E., Theodoridis, Y., Sellis, T. and Lee, Y.-C.: ‹‹Point representation of spatial objects and query window extension: a new technique for spatial access methods›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.11 Num.6, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.529-554, 1997. doi:10.1080/136588197242185.

  37. Ungerer, M. J. and Goodchild, M. F.: ‹‹Integrating spatial data analysis and GIS: a new implementation using the Component Object Model (COM)›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.16 Num.1, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.41-53, 2002. doi:10.1080/13658810110095066.

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  42. Worboys, M. F.: ‹‹Nearness relations in environmental space›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.15 Num.7, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.633-651, 2001. doi:10.1080/13658810110061162.

 


Spatial Databases                     


  1. Aref, W. G. and Samet, H.: ‹‹Extending a DBMS with Spatial Operations›› in: Advances in Spatial Databases, O. Günther and H.-J. Schek (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science -LNCS-, Vol.525, Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.299-318, London-UK, 1991. doi:10.1007/3-540-54414-3_44.

  2. Berman, R. R. and Stonebraker, M.: ‹‹GEO-OUEL: a system for the manipulation and display of geographic data›› ACM SIGGRAPH Computer Graphics, Vol.11 Num.2, ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.186-191, Summer 1977 . doi:10.1145/965141.563892.

  3. Borges, K. A., Laender, A. H. and Davis-Jr., C. A.: ‹‹Spatial data integrity constraints in object oriented geographic data modeling›› in: 7th ACM International Symposium on Advances in Geographic Information Systems -GIS`99-, C. B. Medeiros (Eds.), , ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.1-6, November 02-06 1999. doi:10.1145/320134.320136.

  4. Buchmann, A. P., Günther, O., Smith, T. R. and Wang, Y.-F. (Eds.): Design and Implementation of Large Spatial Databases, Lecture Notes in Computer Science -LNCS-, G. Goos, J. Hartmanis and J. v. Leeuwen (Eds.), Vol.409, Springer Verlag:New York-NY-USA, Santa Barbara-CA-USA, 1989. doi:10.1007/3-540-52208-5.

  5. Devogele, T., Parent, C. and Spaccapietra, S.: ‹‹On spatial database integration›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.12 Num.4, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.335-352, 1998. doi:10.1080/136588198241824.

  6. Frank, A. U.: ‹‹Requirements for a Database Management System for a GIS›› Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing, Vol.54 Num.11, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing:Bethesda-MD-USA, pp.1557-1564, November 1988.

  7. Günther, O. and Buchmann, A. P.: ‹‹Research issues in spatial databases›› ACM SIGMOD Record, Vol.19 Num.4, ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.61-68, December 1990. doi:10.1145/122058.122065.

  8. Güting, R. H.: ‹‹Gral: an extensible relational database system for geometric applications›› in: 15th International Conference on Very Large Data Bases -VLDB`89-, P. M. Apers and G. Wiederhold (Eds.), , Morgan Kaufmann Publishers:San Francisco-CA-USA, pp.33-44, August 22-25 1989. doi:10.1.1.56.3983.

  9. Güting, R. H.: ‹‹An introduction to spatial database systems›› The VLDB Journal — The International Journal on Very Large Data Bases , Vol.3 Num.4, Springer:Berlin - Germany, pp.357-399, October 1994. doi:10.1007/BF01231602.

  10. Laender, A. H., Borges, K. A., Carvalho, J. C., Medeiros, C. B., Silva, A. S. and Davis-Jr., C. A.: ‹‹Integrating Web Data and Geographic Knowledge into Spatial Databases›› in: Spatial Databases: Technologies, Techniques and Trends, Y. Manolopoulos, A. Papadopoulos and M. G. Vassilakopoulos (Eds.), , IGI Global:Hershey-PA-USA, pp.23-48, 2005. doi:10.4018/978-1-59140-387-6.ch002.

  11. Laurini, R. and Thompson, D.: Fundamentals of Spatial Information Systems, APIC Series, M. J. Shave and I. C. Wand (Eds.), Vol.37, Academic Press:London-UK, 1992. doi:10.1016/B978-0-08-092420-5.50002-5.

  12. Lemson, G., Budavári, T. and Szalay, A.: ‹‹Implementing a general spatial indexing library for relational databases of large numerical simulations›› in: Scientific and Statistical Database Management, J. B. Cushing, J. French and S. Bowers (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science -LNCS-, Vol.6809, Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.509-526, Portland-OR-USA, 2011. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-22351-8_34.

  13. Lemson, G., Budavári, T. and Szalay, A.: ‹‹Implementing a general spatial indexing library for relational databases of large numerical simulations›› in: Proceedings of the 23rd international conference on Scientific and statistical database management, , Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.509-526, July 20-22 2011.

  14. Ooi, B. C., Sacks-Davis, R. and McDonell, K. J.: ‹‹Extending a DBMS for geographic applications›› in: Fifth International Conference on Data Engineering, , IEEE Computer Society:Los Alamitos-CA-USA, pp.590-597, 6-10 February 1989. doi:10.1109/ICDE.1989.47266.

  15. Orenstein, J. A.: ‹‹Spatial query processing in an object-oriented database system›› ACM SIGMOD Record, Vol.15 Num.2, ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.326-336, June 1986. doi:10.1145/16856.16886.

  16. Orenstein, J. A. and Manola, F. A.: ‹‹PROBE Spatial Data Modeling and Query Processing in an Image Database Application›› IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, Vol.14 Num.5, IEEE Computer Society:Los Alamitos-CA-USA, pp.611-629, May 1988. doi:10.1109/32.6139.

  17. Rigaux, P., Scholl, M. O. and Voisard, A.: Spatial databases: with application to GIS, , Morgan Kaufmann Publishers:San Francisco-CA-USA, 2002.

  18. Sinha, A. K. and Waugh, T. C.: ‹‹Aspects of the implementation of the GEOVIEW design›› International Journal of Geographical Information Systems, Vol.2 Num.2, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.91-99, 1988. doi:10.1080/02693798808927886.

  19. Smith, T. R., Su, J., Agrawal, D. and El Abbadi, A.: ‹‹Database and Modeling Systems for the Earth Sciences›› IEEE Data Engineering Bulletin, Vol.16 Num.1, IEEE Computer Society:Los Alamitos-CA-USA, pp.33-37, March 1993.

  20. Stefanakis, E. and Sellis, T.: ‹‹Enhancing Operations with Spatial Access Methods in a Database Management System for GIS›› Cartography and Geographic Information Systems, Vol.25 Num.1, Cartography and Geographic Information Society:Washington D.C. - USA, pp.16-32, January 1998. doi:10.1559/152304098782441723.

  21. Stonebraker, M. and Rowe, L. A.: ‹‹The design of POSTGRES›› ACM SIGMOD Record, Vol.15 Num.2, ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.340-355, June 1986. doi:10.1145/16856.16888.

  22. Stonebraker, M., Rubenstein, W. B. and Guttman, A.: ‹‹Application of Abstract Data Types and Abstract Indices to CAD Data Bases›› in: Engineering Design Application Conference, , IEEE Computer Society:Los Alamitos-CA-USA, pp.107-113, May 1983.

  23. Waugh, T. C. and Healey, R. G.: ‹‹The GEO VIEW design A relational data base approach to geographical data handling›› International Journal of Geographical Information Systems, Vol.1 Num.2, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.101-118, 1987. doi:10.1080/02693798708927798.

  24. Yeung, A. K. and Hall, G. B.: ‹‹Spatial Data and Spatial Database Systems›› in: Spatial Database Systems: Design, Implementation and Project Management, A. K. Yeung and G. B. Hall (Eds.), GeoJournal Library, Vol.87, Springer:The Netherlands, pp.93-127, 2007. doi:10.1007/1-4020-5392-4_4.

  25. Yeung, A. K. and Hall, G. B.: ‹‹Trends of Spatial Database Systems›› in: Spatial Database Systems: Design, Implementation and Project Management, A. K. Yeung and G. B. Hall (Eds.), GeoJournal Library, Vol.87, Springer:Dordrecht - The Netherlands, pp.471-522, 2007. doi:10.1007/1-4020-5392-4_12.

 


Databases                     


  1. Cattell, R., Barry, D. K., Berler, M., Eastman, J., Jordan, D., Russell, C., Schadow, O., Stanienda, T. and Velez, F.: The Object Data Standard: ODMG 3.0, The Morgan Kaufmann Series in Data Management Systems, , Morgan Kaufmann Publishers:San Francisco-CA-USA, 2000.

  2. Charles Babbage Institute: ‹‹Conference on Data Systems Languages Records, 1959-1990, (CBI 11)›› in: Conference on Data Systems Languages -CODASYL-, Vol.11, University of Minnesota Libraries:Minneapolis-MN-USA, 1959.

  3. Chen, P. P.: ‹‹The entity-relationship model - Toward a unified view of data›› ACM Transactions on Database Systems (TODS), Vol.1 Num.1, ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.9-36, March 1976. doi:10.1145/320434.320440.

  4. Codd, E. F.: ‹‹A Relational Model of Data for Large Shared Data Banks›› (June), Communications of the ACM, Vol.13 Num.6, ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.377-387, June 1970. doi:10.1145/362384.362685.

  5. Codd, E. F.: Further Normalization of the Data Base Relational Model, (RJ909), IBM Research Report, , IBM Corp.:San Jose-CA-USA, 1971.

  6. Garcia-Molina, H.: ‹‹Using semantic knowledge for transaction processing in a distributed database›› (June), ACM Transactions on Database Systems (TODS), Vol.8 Num.2, ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.186-213, June 1983. doi:10.1145/319983.319985.

  7. Olle, T. W.: The CODASYL Approach to Data Base Management, (1st), Wiley series in computing, , John Wiley & Sons:New York-NY-USA, 1978.

  8. Papakonstantinou, Y., Garcia-Molina, H. and Widom, J.: ‹‹Object Exchange Across Heterogeneous Information Sources›› in: Eleventh International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE 95), P. S. Yu and A. L. Chen (Eds.), , IEEE Computer Society:Los Alamitos-CA-USA, pp.251-260, March 6-10 1995. doi:10.1.1.47.5182.

  9. Zaniolo, C., Ceri, S., Faloutsos, C., Snodgrass, R. T., Subrahmanian, V. S. and Zicari, R.: Advanced Database Systems, Data Management Systems, M. Kaufmann (Eds.), , Morgan Kaufmann Publishers:San Francisco-CA-USA, 1997.

  10. Zendulka, J.: ‹‹Object-Relational Modeling›› in: Handbook of Research on Innovations in Database Technologies and Applications: Current and Future Trends, V. E. Ferraggine, J. H. Doorn and L. C. Rivero (Eds.), Vol.II Num.1, IGI Global:Hershey- PA-USA, 2009. doi:10.4018/978-1-60566-242-8.ch019.

 


AI and Logic                     


  1. Allen, J. F.: ‹‹An interval-based representation of temporal knowledge›› in: Proceedings of the 7th international joint conference on Artificial intelligence -IJCAI`81-, P. J. Hayes (Eds.), Vol.1, William Kaufmann:San Francisco-CA-USA, pp.221-226, August 24-28 1981.

  2. Allen, J. F.: ‹‹Towards a General Theory of Action and Time›› Artificial Intelligence, Vol.23 Num.2, Elsevier:Essex-UK, pp.123-154, July 1984. doi:10.1016/0004-3702(84)90008-0.

  3. Allen, J. F.: A Plan-Based Approach to Speech Act Recognition, (Ph.D Thesis) (C. R. Perrault Adv.), Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto:Toronto-ON-Canada, 1979.

  4. Allen, J. F. and Ferguson, G.: ‹‹Actions and Events in Interval Temporal Logic›› in: Spatial and Temporal Reasoning, O. Stock (Eds.), , Kluwer Academic Publishers:Dordrecht - The Netherlands, pp.205-245, 1997. doi:10.1007/978-0-585-28322-7_7.

  5. Allen, J. F. and Ferguson, G.: ‹‹Actions and Events in Interval Temporal Logic›› Journal of Logic and Computation, Vol.4 Num.5, , pp.531-579, October 1994. doi:10.1093/logcom/4.5.531.

  6. Allen, J. F. and Ferguson, G.: Actions and Events in Interval Temporal Logic, (TR-521), , University of Rochester:Rochester-NY-USA, pp.1-61, 1994.

  7. Allen, J. F. and Kautz, H. A.: ‹‹A Model of Naive Temporal Reasoning›› in: Formal theories of the commonsense world, J. R. Hobbs and R. C. Moore (Eds.), Artificial Intelligence, , Ablex Publishing:New York-NY-USA, pp.251-268, 1985.

  8. Allen, J. F. and Koomen, J. A.: ‹‹Planning using a temporal world model›› in: Eighth international joint conference on Artificial intelligence -IJCAI`83-, A. Bundy (Eds.), Vol.2, Morgan Kaufmann Publishers:San Francisco-CA-USA, pp.741-747, August 8-12 1983.

  9. Badaloni, S. and Giacomin, M.: ‹‹A fuzzy extension of Allen`s Interval Algebra›› in: AI*IA 99: Advances in Artificial Intelligence, E. Lamma and P. Mello (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science -LNCS-, Vol.1792, Springer:Berlin - Germany, pp.155-165, 2000. doi:10.1007/3-540-46238-4_14.

  10. Badaloni, S. and Giacomin, M.: ‹‹The algebra IAfuz: a framework for qualitative fuzzy temporal reasoning›› Artificial Intelligence, Vol.170 Num.10, Elsevier:Essex-UK, pp.872-908, July 2006. doi:10.1016/j.artint.2006.04.001.

  11. Bennett, B.: ‹‹A Categorical Axiomatisation of Region-Based Geometry›› Fundamenta Informaticae, Vol.46 Num.1-2, IOS Press:Amsterdam - The Netherlands, pp.145-158, January 2001. doi:10.1.1.33.5528.

  12. Böhlen, M. H., Gamper, J. and Jensen, C. S.: ‹‹An algebraic framework for temporal attribute characteristics›› Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence, Vol.46 Num.3, Springer:The Netherlands, pp.349-374, March 2006. doi:10.1007/s10472-006-9022-5.

  13. Bouzid, M., Combi, C., Fisher, M. and Ligozat, G.: ‹‹Guest editorial: Temporal representation and reasoning›› Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence, Vol.46 Num.3, Springer:The Netherlands, pp.231-234, March 2006. doi:10.1007/s10472-006-9024-3.

  14. Bunge, M.: Causality, , Dover Publications:Mineola-NY-USA, 1966.

  15. Dariusz, S.: ‹‹Preface: Temporal Aspect in Information Systems›› Studies in Logic, Grammar and Rhetoric, Vol.7 Num.30, University of Białystok:Białystok - Poland, pp.7-12, June 2009.

  16. Drakengren, T. and Jonsson, P.: ‹‹Eight maximal tractable subclasses of Allen`s algebra with metric time›› Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research, Vol.7, , pp.25-45, July 1997. doi:10.1613/jair.340.

  17. Drakengren, T. and Jonsson, P.: ‹‹Twenty-one large tractable subclasses of Allen`s algebra›› Artificial Intelligence, Vol.93 Num.1-2, Elsevier:Amsterdam - The Netherlands, pp.297-319, June 1997. doi:10.1016/S0004-3702(97)00021-0.

  18. Fisher, M., Gabbay, D. M. and Vila, L. (Eds.): Handbook of Temporal Reasoning in Artificial Intelligence, (1st), Foundations of Artificial Intelligence, J. A. Hendler, H. Kitano and B. Nebel (Eds.), Vol.1, Elsevier:Amsterdam-The Netherlands, 2005.

  19. Galton, A. P. (Eds.): Temporal Logics and their Applications, , Academic Press:London-UK, 1987.

  20. Gerevini, A.: ‹‹Reasoning about Time and Actions in Artificial Intelligence: Major Issues›› in: Spatial and Temporal Reasoning, O. Stock (Eds.), , Kluwer Academic Publishers:Dordrecht - The Netherlands, pp.43-70, 1997. doi:10.1007/978-0-585-28322-7_2.

  21. Grobelnik, M. and Mladenic, D.: ‹‹Automated knowledge discovery in advanced knowledge management›› Journal of Knowledge Management, Vol.9 Num.5, Emerald Group Publishing Limited:Yorkshire-UK, pp.132-149, November 2005. doi:10.1108/13673270510622500.

  22. Janssens, G. K.: ‹‹A two-dimensional extension of Allen`s temporal logic as an intelligent support for the solution of packing problems›› in: International Conference on Intelligent Systems and Knowledge Engineering -ISKE2006-, Y. Ding, Y. Xu and D. Ruan (Eds.), , Watam Press:Waterloo-ON-Canada, April 06-07 2006.

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  48. Wellen, C. C. and Sieber, R. E.: ‹‹Toward an inclusive semantic interoperability: the case of Cree hydrographic features›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.27 Num.1, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.168-191, January 2013. doi:10.1080/13658816.2012.688975.

  49. Winter, S.: ‹‹Ontology: buzzword or paradigm shift in GI science?›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.15 Num.7, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.587-590, 2001. doi:10.1080/13658810110061207.

 


Spatial Data Visualization                     


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  2. Andrienko, G. and Andrienko, N.: ‹‹Interactive maps for visual data exploration›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.13 Num.4, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.355-374, 1999. doi:10.1080/136588199241247.

  3. Andrienko, G., Andrienko, N., Bak, P., Keim, D. and Wrobel, S.: Visual Analytics of Movement, , Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, 2013.

  4. Andrienko, G., Andrienko, N., Demsar, U., Dransch, D., Dykes, J., Fabrikant, S. I., Jern, M., Kraak, M.-J., Schumann, H. and Tominski, C.: ‹‹Space, time and visual analytics›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.24 Num.10, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1577-1600, October 2010. doi:10.1080/13658816.2010.508043.

  5. Andrienko, G., Andrienko, N., Dykes, J., Kraak, M.-J. and Schumann, H.: ‹‹GeoVA(t) - Geospatial Visual Analytics: Focus on Time›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.24 Num.10, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1453-1457, October 2010. doi:10.1080/13658816.2010.519147.

  6. Andrienko, N. and Andrienko, G.: ‹‹Designing Visual Analytics Methods for Massive Collections of Movement Data›› Cartographica: The International Journal for Geographic Information and Geovisualization, Vol.42 Num.2, University of Toronto Press:Toronto-ON-Canada, pp.117-138, April 2007. doi:10.3138/carto.42.2.117.

  7. Andrienko, N., Andrienko, G. and Gatalsky, P.: ‹‹Impact of data and task characteristics on design of spatio-temporal data visualization tools›› in: Exploring Geovisualization, J. Dykes, A. M. MacEachren and M.-J. Kraak (Eds.), , Elsevier:Amsterdam-The Netherlands, pp.201-222, 2005.

  8. Andrienko, N., Andrienko, G. and Gatalsky, P.: ‹‹Exploratory spatio-temporal visualization: an analytical review›› Journal of Visual Languages and Computing, Vol.14 Num.6, Elsevier:Amsterdam - The Netherlands, pp.503-541, December 2003. doi:10.1016/S1045-926X(03)00046-6.

  9. AvRuskin, G. A., Jacquez, G. M., Meliker, J. R., Slotnick, M. J., Kaufmann, A. M. and Nriagu, J. O.: ‹‹Visualization and exploratory analysis of epidemiologic data using a novel space time information system›› International Journal of Health Geographics, Vol.3 Num.1, BioMed Central Ltd, pp. 26-, November 2004. doi:10.1186/1476-072X-3-26.

  10. Bishop, I. D., Ramasamy, S. M., Stephens, P. and Joyce, E. B.: ‹‹Visualisation of 8000 years of geological history in Southern India›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.13 Num.4, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.417-427, 1999. doi:10.1080/136588199241283.

  11. Boykin, J.: Redesigning Minard`s graphic of Napoleon`s march, [Online], , [Retrieved on 05/08/2013] http://www.wayfind.com/napoleon.html, 2011/05/01.

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  13. Cebrián de Miguel, J. A. and García Fernández, M.: ‹‹Sistemas de representación y cartografía temática: Evolución de las densidades de población de las provincias españolas en el período 1900-1981›› Anales de Geografía de la Universidad Complutense, Num.3, , pp.123-143, 1983.

  14. Dykes, J., MacEachren, A. M. and Kraak, M.-J. (Eds.): Exploring Geovisualization, International Cartographic Association, , Elsevier:Amsterdam-The Netherlands, 2005.

  15. Fonseca, R. and Jorgensen, D. M.: ‹‹Visualizing and representing the evolution of topological features›› in: Computational Geometry: Young Researchers Forum, , Technische Universität Braunschweig:Braunschweig-Germany, June 16-20 2012.

  16. Harrower, M.: ‹‹A Conceptual Framework for Mapping Space-Time›› in: 95th Annual Meeting of Association of American Geographers, , AAG:Washington D.C. - USA, 1999.

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  19. Koylu, C., Guo, D., Kasakoff, A. and Adams, J. W.: ‹‹Mapping family connectedness across space and time›› Cartography and Geographic Information Science, Vol.41 Num.1, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.14-26, January 2014. doi:10.1080/15230406.2013.865303.

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  21. Kraak, M.-J. and MacEachren, A. M.: ‹‹Visualization of the temporal component of spatial data›› in: Sixth International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, T. C. Waugh and R. G. Healey (Eds.), Vol.1, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.391-409, September 05-09 1994.

  22. Lee, C., Devillers, R. and Hoeber, O.: ‹‹Navigating spatio-temporal data with temporal zoom and pan in a multi-touch environment›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.28 Num.5, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1128-1148, May 2014. doi:10.1080/13658816.2013.861072.

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  26. Meliker, J. R., Slotnick, M. J., AvRuskin, G. A., Kaufmann, A., Jacquez, G. M. and Nriagu, J. O.: ‹‹Improving exposure assessment in environmental epidemiology: Application of spatio-temporal visualization tools›› Journal of Geographical Systems, Vol.7 Num.1, Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.49-66, May 2005. doi:10.1007/s10109-005-0149-4.

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  30. Ooms, K., De Maeyer, P., Fack, V., van Assche, E. and Witlox, F.: ‹‹Interpreting maps through the eyes of expert and novice users›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.26 Num.10, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1773-1788, October 2012. doi:10.1080/13658816.2011.642801.

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  38. Yu, H. and Shaw, S.-L.: ‹‹Representing and Visualizing Travel Diary Data: A Spatio-temporal GIS Approach›› in: ESRI International User Conference, , ESRI:Redlands-CA-USA, pp.1-13, July 2004.

 


Topology                     


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  2. Egenhofer, M. J.: ‹‹Spherical Topological Relations›› in: Journal on Data Semantics III, S. Spaccapietra and E. Zimányi (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science -LNCS-, Vol.3534, Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.25-49, 2005. doi:10.1007/11496168_2.

  3. Egenhofer, M. J. and Al-Taha, K. K.: ‹‹Reasoning about gradual changes of topological relationships›› in: Theories and Methods of Spatio-Temporal Reasoning in Geographic Space, A. U. Frank, I. Campari and U. Formentini (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science -LNCS-, Vol.639, Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.196-219, 1992. doi:10.1007/3-540-55966-3_12.

  4. Egenhofer, M. J. and Franzosa, R. D.: ‹‹Point-set topological spatial relations›› International Journal of Geographical Information Systems, Vol.5 Num.2, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.161-174, 1991. doi:10.1080/02693799108927841.

  5. Egenhofer, M. J. and Wilmsen, D.: ‹‹Changes in Topological Relations when Splitting and Merging Regions›› in: Progress in Spatial Data Handling, A. Riedl, W. Kainz and G. A. Elmes (Eds.), , Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.339-352, 2006. doi:10.1007/3-540-35589-8_22.

  6. Klippel, A.: ‹‹Topologically Characterized Movement Patterns: A Cognitive Assessment›› Spatial Cognition & Computation, Vol.9 Num.4, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.233-261, December 2009. doi:10.1080/13875860903039172.

  7. Klippel, A., Worboys, M. F. and Duckham, M.: ‹‹Identifying factors of geographic event conceptualisation›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.22 Num.2, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.183-204, February 2008. doi:10.1080/13658810701405607.

  8. Li, S.: ‹‹A complete classification of topological relations using the 9-intersection method›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.20 Num.6, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.589-610, July 2006. doi:10.1080/13658810600661383.

  9. Li, Z., Li, Y. and Chen, Y.-q.: ‹‹Basic Topological Models for Spatial Entities in 3-Dimensional Space›› GeoInformatica, Vol.4 Num.4, Kluwer Academic Publishers:Dordrecht - The Netherlands, pp.419-433, December 2000. doi:10.1023/A:1026570130172.

  10. Pigot, S. and Hazelton, N. W.: ‹‹The Fundamentals of a Topological Model for a Four-Dimensional GIS›› in: 5th International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, P. J. Bresnahan, E. Corwin and D. J. Cowen (Eds.), Vol.2, University of South California:South California - USA, pp.580-591, August 03-07 1992.

  11. Raafat, H., Yang, Z. and Gauthler, D.: ‹‹Relational spatial topologies for historical geographical information›› International Journal of Geographical Information Systems, Vol.8 Num.2, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.163-173, 1994. doi:10.1080/02693799408901992.

  12. Rezayan, H., Frank, A. U., Karimipour, F. and Delavar, M. R.: ‹‹Temporal Topological Relationships of Convex Spaces in Space Syntax Theory›› in: International Symposium on Spatio-temporal Modeling, Spatial Reasoning, Analysis, Data Mining and Data Fusion, , International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing -ISPRS-:Rockville-MD-USA, pp.1-11, August 27- 29 2005.

  13. Winter, S. and Frank, A. U.: ‹‹Topology in Raster and Vector Representation›› GeoInformatica, Vol.4 Num.1, Kluwer Academic Publishers:Dordrecht-The Netherlands, pp.35-65, March 2000. doi:10.1023/A:1009828425380.

  14. Zhou, X.-G., Chen, J., Zhan, F. B., Li, Z., Madden, M., Zhao, R.-L. and Liu, W.-Z.: ‹‹A Euler number-based topological computation model for land parcel database updating›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.27 Num.10, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1983-2005, October 2013. doi:10.1080/13658816.2013.780607.

 


IR, GIR and TIR                     


     


    Semantics and NLP                     


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    17. Futch, S., Chin, D. N., McGranaghan, M. and Lay, J.-G.: ‹‹Spatial-linguistic reasoning in LEI›› in: Theories and Methods of Spatio-Temporal Reasoning in Geographic Space, A. U. Frank, I. Campari and U. Formentini (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science -LNCS-, Vol.639, Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.318-327, 1992. doi:10.1007/3-540-55966-3_19.

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    20. Hyvönen, E., Ruostsalo, T., Haggstrom, T., Salminen, M., Junnila, M., Virkkila, M., Haaramo, M., Mäkelä, E., Kauppinen, T. and Viljanen, K.: ‹‹CultureSampo—Finnish culture on the Semantic Web: The vision and first results›› in: New Developments in Artificial Intelligence and the Semantic Web- Proceedings of the 12th Finnish Artificial Intelligence Conference -STeP 2006-, E. Hyvönen, T. Kauppinen, J. Kortela, M. Laukkanen, T. Raiko and K. Viljanen (Eds.), Vol.1, Finnish Artificial Intelligence Society:Helsinki - Finland, pp.25-36, Octubre 26-27 2006. doi:10.1.1.126.7919.

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    60. Wing, B. P. and Baldridge, J.: ‹‹Simple supervised document geolocation with geodesic grids›› in: 49th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Human Language Technologies -ACL 2011-, D. Lin, Y. Matsumoto and R. Mihalcea (Eds.), , Association for Computational Linguistics:Stroudsburg-PA-USA, pp.955-964, June 19-24 2011. doi:10.1.1.207.5446.

     


    3D/4D                     


    1. Bell, S. B., Chadwick, R. A., Coopert, A. P., Mason, D. C., O`Conaill, M. A. and Young, P. A.: ‹‹Handling Four-Dimensional GEO-Coded Data›› in: 4th International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling -SDH`90-, K. Brassel and H. Kishimoto (Eds.), Vol.2, IGU Commission on Geographical Data Sensing and Processing:Ohio - USA, pp.918-927, July 23-27 1990.

    2. Dao, T.-H., Zhou, Y., Thill, J.-C. and Delmelle, E.: ‹‹Spatio-temporal location modeling in a 3D indoor environment: the case of AEDs as emergency medical devices›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.26 Num.3, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.469-494, March 2012. doi:10.1080/13658816.2011.597753.

    3. Fan, H., Meng, L. and Stilla, U.: ‹‹A Concept for Integrating Time-dependent Features in 3D Building Models›› in: XXIst ISPRS Congress - Silk Road for Information from Imagery, Vol.XXXVII, International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing -ISPRS-:Rockville-MD-USA, pp.45-50, July 03-11 2008.

    4. Goetz, M.: ‹‹Towards generating highly detailed 3D CityGML models from OpenStreetMap›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.27 Num.5, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.845-865, May 2013. doi:10.1080/13658816.2012.721552.

    5. Hazelton, N. W.: ‹‹Beyond the 2-D Map: A New Metaphor for Multi-Temporal 4-D GIS›› in: GIS/LIS`92, Vol.1, American Congress on Surveying and Mapping:Bethesda-MD-USA, pp.303-313, November 10-12 1992.

    6. Hazelton, N. W., Leahy, F. and Williamson, I. P.: ‹‹On the Design of Temporally Referenced 3-D Geographical Information Systems: Development of Four-Dimensional GIS›› in: GIS/LIS`90, A. S. Sensing (Eds.), , American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing:Bethesda-MD-USA, pp.357-372, November 07-10 1990.

    7. Mason, D. C., O`Conaill, M. A. and Bell, S. B.: ‹‹Handling four-dimensional geo-referenced data in environmental GIS›› International Journal of Geographical Information Systems, Vol.8 Num.2, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.191-215, 1994. doi:10.1080/02693799408901994.

    8. O`Conaill, M. A., Bell, S. B., Chadwick, R. A., Coopert, A. P., Mason, D. C. and Young, P. A.: ‹‹Handling Four-Dimensional GEO-Coded Data›› in: Second European Conference and Exhibition on Geographic Information Systems -EGIS`91-, J. J. Harts, H. F. Ottens and H. J. Scholten (Eds.), Vol.2, EGIS Foundation:Utrecht - The Netherlands, pp.756-764, April 02-05 1991.

    9. Raper, J. F. (Eds.): Three Dimensional Applications in Geographical Information Systems, , Taylor & Francis:London-UK, 1989.

    10. Richter, R., Kyprianidis, J. E. and Döllner, J.: ‹‹Out-of-Core GPU-based Change Detection in Massive 3D Point Clouds›› Transactions in GIS, Vol.17 Num.5, John Wiley & Sons:Chichester-UK, pp.724-741, October 2013. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9671.2012.01362.x.

    11. Turner, A. K. (Eds.): Three-Dimensional Modeling with Geoscientific Information Systems, NATO Science Series, , Kluwer Academic Publishers:Dordrecht - The Netherlands, 1992.

    12. van den Brink, L., Stoter, J. and Zlatanova, S.: ‹‹UML-Based Approach to Developing a CityGML Application Domain Extension›› Transactions in GIS, Vol.17 Num.6, John Wiley & Sons:Chichester-UK, pp.920-942, December 2013. doi:10.1111/tgis.12026.

     


    Software                     


    1. Armenakis, C.: ‹‹Map Animation and Hypermedia: Tools for Understanding Changes in Spatio-Temporal Data›› in: The Canadian Conference on GIS, , Canadian Institute of Geomatics:Ottawa-ON-Canada, pp.859-868, March 20-26 1993.

    2. Candy, J. T.: ‹‹Adding Temporal GIS Functions to ARC/INFO Version 7›› in: Esri International User Conference, , ESRI:Redlands-CA-USA, July 1997.

    3. Dangermond, J.: ‹‹A classification of software components commonly used in geographic information systems›› in: Introductory Readings in Geographic Information Systems, D. J. Peuquet and D. F. Marble (Eds.), , Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.28-53, 1990.

    4. Dangermond, J.: ‹‹A classification of software components commonly used in geographic information systems›› in: US/Australia Workshop on Design and Implementation of Computer-Based Geographic Information Systems, D. J. Peuquet and J. O`Callaghan (Eds.), , IGU Commission on Geographical Data Sensing and Processing:Amherst-NY-USA, pp.70-91, 1983.

    5. Davis, J.: PERIOD Data Type Reference, [Online], GitHub Inc.:San Francisco-CA-USA, [Retrieved on 13/11/2012] http://temporal.projects.pgfoundry.org/reference.html, 2012/01/24.

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    7. Edsall, R. M. and Peuquet, D. J.: ‹‹A Graphical User Interface for the Integration of Time into GIS›› in: 1997 American Congress of Surveying and Mapping Annual Convention and Exhibition, , , pp.182-189, .

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    9. Franke, J.: Allen`s interval relationships, [Online], Google Inc.:Mountain View-CA-USA, [Retrieved on ] http://code.google.com/p/allenintervalrelationships/, 2010/10/24.

    10. Gardels, K.: ‹‹Sequoia 2000 and geographic information: the Guernewood Geoprocessor›› in: Sixth International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, T. C. Waugh and R. G. Healey (Eds.), Vol.2, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1072-1085, September 05-09 1994.

    11. GeoServer: Welcome to GeoServer, [Online], OpenGeo, [Retrieved on 10/04/2011] http://geoserver.org, 2011/04/05.

    12. GeoServer: WMS Animator, [Online], OpenGeo, [Retrieved on 10/11/2011] http://docs.geoserver.org/stable/en/user/tutorials/animreflector.html, 2011/10/28.

    13. Information Management Lab: Hermes, [Online], University of Piraues:Piraeus - Greece, [Retrieved on 10/08/2014] http://https://hermes-mod.java.net/, 2014/04/01.

    14. Miller, H. J. and Wu, Y.-H.: ‹‹GIS Software for Measuring Space-Time Accessibility in Transportation Planning and Analysis›› GeoInformatica, Vol.4 Num.2, Kluwer Academic Publishers:Dordrecht - The Netherlands, pp.141-159, June 2000. doi:10.1023/A:1009820006075.

    15. Mitasova, H., Mitas, L., Brown, W. M., Gerdes, D. P., Kosinovsky, I. and Baker, T.: ‹‹Modelling spatially and temporally distributed phenomena: new methods and tools for GRASS GIS›› International Journal of Geographical Information Systems, Vol.9 Num.4, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.433-446, 1995. doi:10.1080/02693799508902048.

    16. Oculus Inc.: GeoTime, [Online], Oculus, [Retrieved on 16/01/2014] http://www.geotime.com, 2013/04/28.

    17. Polczynski, M. and Polczynski, M.: ‹‹A Microsoft Excel Application for Automatically Building Historical Geography GIS Maps›› Transactions in GIS, Vol.17 Num.1, John Wiley & Sons:Chichester-UK, pp.148-157, February 2013. doi:10.1111/tgis.12002.

    18. Quantum GIS: Welcome to the Quantum GIS Project, [Online], OSGeo, [Retrieved on 19/12/2011] http://www.qgis.org/, 2011/12/15.

    19. Smith, T. R., Peuquet, D. J., Menon, S. and Agarwal, P.: ‹‹KBGIS-II A knowledge-based geographical information system›› International Journal of Geographical Information Systems, Vol.1 Num.2, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.149-172, 1987. doi:10.1080/02693798708927801.

    20. Steiner, A.: TimeDB - A Bitemporal Relational DBMS, [Online], TimeConsult, [Retrieved on 28/11/2012] http://www.timeconsult.com, 1005/05/21.

    21. Steiniger, S. and Bocher, E.: ‹‹An overview on current free and open source desktop GIS developments›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.23 Num.10, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1345-1370, October 2009. doi:10.1080/13658810802634956.

    22. van Oosterom, P. J., Maessen, B. and Quak, W.: ‹‹Generic query tool for spatio-temporal data›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.16 Num.8, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.713-748, 2002. doi:10.1080/13658810210149399.

    23. Vasconcelos, M. J., Gonccedilalves, A., Catry, F. X., Pauacutel, J. U. and Barros, F.: ‹‹A working prototype of a dynamic geographical information system›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.16 Num.1, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.69-91, 2002. doi:10.1080/13658810110095048.

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    25. Wilson, A. and Johnson, I.: ‹‹The TimeMap Project: Developing Time-Based GIS Display for Cultural Data›› Journal of GIS Archaeology, Vol.1 Num.1, ESRI:Redlands-CA-USA, pp.123-135, April 2003.

     


    Interoperability                     


    1. Bishr, Y.: ‹‹Overcoming the semantic and other barriers to GIS interoperability›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.12 Num.4, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.299-314, 1998. doi:10.1080/136588198241806.

    2. Lemmens, R.: Semantic interoperability of distributed geo-services, Publications on Geodesy, Vol.63, Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie Netherlands Geodetic Commission:Delft - The Netherlands, 2006.

    3. Lemmens, R.: Semantic interoperability of distributed geo-services, (Doctoral Dissertation) (P. J. Oosterom Adv.), TU Delft, Delft University of Technology:Delft - The Netherlands, 2006.

    4. Manso-Callejo, M. Á. and Wachowicz, M.: ‹‹GIS Design: A Review of Current Issues in Interoperability›› Geography Compass, Vol.3 Num.3, Blackwell Publishing Ltd:Oxford-UK, pp.1105-1124, May 2009. doi:10.1111/j.1749-8198.2009.00241.x.

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    6. Paolino, L., Sebillo, M., Tortora, G. and Vitiello, G.: ‹‹Integrating Discrete and Continuous Data in an OpenGeospatial-Compliant Specification›› Transactions in GIS, Vol.14 Num.6, Blackwell Publishing Ltd:Oxford-UK, pp.731-753, December 2010. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9671.2010.01231.x.

    7. Sikder, I. U. and Misra, S. K.: ‹‹Semantic Interoperability of Geospatial Services›› in: Handbook of Research on Geoinformatics, H. A. Karimi (Eds.), , Information Science Reference:Hershey-PA-USA, pp.400-421, 2009. doi:10.4018/978-1-59140-995-3.ch046.

    8. Stoimenov, L. and Dordevic-Kajan, S.: ‹‹Framework for semantic GIS interoperability›› Facta Universitatis (Series: Mathematics and Informatics), Vol.17 Num.1, , pp.107-125, November 2002.

    9. Vckovski, A.: ‹‹Guest Editorial Special Issue: Interoperability in GIS›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.12 Num.4, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.297-298, 1998. doi:10.1080/136588198241798.

    10. Voisard, A. and Schweppe, H.: ‹‹Abstraction and decomposition in interoperable GIS›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.12 Num.4, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.315-333, 1998. doi:10.1080/136588198241815.

     


    GI and data                     


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    3. De Sabbata, S. and Reichenbacher, T.: ‹‹Criteria of geographic relevance: an experimental study›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.26 Num.8, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1495-1520, August 2012. doi:10.1080/13658816.2011.639303.

    4. Egenhofer, M. J. and Mark, D. M.: ‹‹Naive Geography›› in: Spatial Information Theory. A Theoretical Basis for GIS, A. U. Frank and W. Kuhn (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science -LNCS-, Vol.988, Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.1-15, 1995. doi:10.1007/3-540-60392-1_1.

    5. Egenhofer, M. J. and Mark, D. M.: Naive Geography, (Report 95-8), , National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis:Santa Barbara-CA-USA, 1995. doi:10.1.1.33.5580.

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    8. Gale, N., Golledge, R. G., Halperin, W. C. and Couclelis, H.: ‹‹Exploring Spatial Familiariry›› The Professional Geographer, Vol.42 Num.3, , pp.299-313, August 1990. doi:10.1111/j.0033-0124.1990.00299.x.

    9. Geddes, A., Elston, D. A., Hodgson, M. E. and Birnie, R. V.: ‹‹Stochastic model-based methods for handling uncertainty in areal interpolation›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.27 Num.4, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.785-803, April 2013. doi:10.1080/13658816.2012.722636.

    10. Hahmann, S. and Burghardt, D.: ‹‹How much information is geospatially referenced? Networks and cognition›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.27 Num.6, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1171-1189, June 2013. doi:10.1080/13658816.2012.743664.

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    12. Hunter, G. J.: ‹‹Non-current data and geographical information systems A case for data retention›› International Journal of Geographical Information Systems, Vol.2 Num.3, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.281-286, 1988. doi:10.1080/02693798808927901.

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    14. Livieratos, E.: ‹‹On the Study of the Geometric Properties of Historical Cartographic Representations›› Cartographica: The International Journal for Geographic Information and Geovisualization, Vol.41 Num.2, University of Toronto Press:Toronto-ON-Canada, pp.165-176, Summer 2006. doi:10.3138/RM86-3872-8942-61P4.

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    20. San-Miguel Hevia, J. R.: ‹‹Las primeras escuelas. Mileto. De cómo Tales y Anaximandro hicieron posible la aventura marinera de los griegos›› El Catoblepas, Num.56, , pp. 8-, Octubre 2006.

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    SDI and Geoservices                     


    1. Bernabé, M. Á. and López-Vázquez, C. M. (Eds.): Fundamentos de las Infraestructuras de Datos Espaciales (IDE), Serie Científica, , UPM Press:Madrid - España, 2012.

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    3. Chen, Y. R., Fabbrizio, G. D., Gibbon, D., Jora, S., Renger, B. and Wei, B.: ‹‹Geotracker: geospatial and temporal RSS navigation›› in: WWW 07: 16th international conference on World Wide Web, , ACM:New York-NY-USA, pp.41-50, May 08-12 2007. doi:10.1145/1242572.1242579.

    4. Cooper, A. K., Moellering, H., Hjelmager, J., Rapant, P., Delgado, T., Laurent, D., Coetzee, S., Danko, D. M., Düren, U., Iwaniak, A., Brodeur, J., Abad, P., Huet, M. and Rajabifard, A.: ‹‹A spatial data infrastructure model from the computational viewpoint›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.27 Num.6, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1133-1151, June 2013. doi:10.1080/13658816.2012.741239.

    5. Flewelling, D. M. and Egenhofer, M. J.: ‹‹Using digital spatial archives effectively›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.13 Num.1, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1-8, 1999. doi:10.1080/136588199241427.

    6. Granell, C., Gould, M., Manso-Callejo, M. Á. and Bernabé, M. Á.: ‹‹Spatial Data Infrastructures›› in: Handbook of Research on Geoinformatics, H. A. Karimi (Eds.), , Information Science Reference:Hershey-PA-USA, pp.36-41, 2009. doi:10.4018/978-1-59140-995-3.ch005.

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    9. Hendriks, P. H., Dessers, E. and van Hootegem, G.: ‹‹Reconsidering the definition of a Spatial Data Infrastructure›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.26 Num.8, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1479-1494, August 2012. doi:10.1080/13658816.2011.639301.

    10. Lake, R., Burggraf, D., Trninic, M. and Rae, L.: GML Geography Mark-Up Language, , Wiley:Southern Gate-England, 2004.

    11. Mansourian, A. and Abdolmajidi, E.: ‹‹Investigating the system dynamics technique for the modeling and simulation of the development of Spatial Data Infrastructures›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.25 Num.12, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.2001-2023, December 2011. doi:10.1080/13658816.2011.567390.

    12. Masó, J., Pons, X. and Zabala, A.: ‹‹Tuning the second-generation SDI: theoretical aspects and real use cases›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.26 Num.6, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.983-1014, June 2012. doi:10.1080/13658816.2011.620570.

    13. Masser, I.: ‹‹All shapes and sizes: the first generation of national Spatial Data Infrastructures›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.13 Num.1, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.67-84, 1999. doi:10.1080/136588199241463.

    14. Núñez Rodríguez, Y.: ‹‹Web Map Servers Data Formats›› in: Handbook of Research on Geoinformatics, H. A. Karimi (Eds.), , Information Science Reference:Hershey-PA-USA, pp.82-88, 2009. doi:10.4018/978-1-59140-995-3.ch011.

    15. Olfat, H., Kalantari, M., Rajabifard, A., Senot, H. and Williamson, I. P.: ‹‹A GML-based approach to automate spatial metadata updating›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.27 Num.2, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.231-250, February 2013. doi:10.1080/13658816.2012.678853.

    16. Savary, L., Gardarin, G. and Zeitouni, K.: ‹‹GeoCache: A Cache for GML Geographical Data›› in: Handbook of Research on Geoinformatics, H. A. Karimi (Eds.), , Information Science Reference:Hershey-PA-USA, pp.350-368, 2009. doi:10.4018/978-1-59140-995-3.ch043.

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    22. Wang, S., Anselin, L., Bhaduri, B., Crosby, C., Goodchild, M. F., Liu, Y. and Nyerges, T. L.: ‹‹CyberGIS software: a synthetic review and integration roadmap›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.27 Num.11, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.2122-2145, November 2013. doi:10.1080/13658816.2013.776049.

     


    GIS and GIScience                     


    1. Aronoff, S.: Geographic Information Systems: A management perspective, (Third), , WDL Publications:Ottawa - Canada, 1993.

    2. Batty, M. and Xie, Y.: ‹‹Modelling inside GIS: Part 1. Model structures, exploratory spatial data analysis and aggregation›› International Journal of Geographical Information Systems, Vol.8 Num.3, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.291-307, 1994. doi:10.1080/02693799408902001.

    3. Batty, M. and Xie, Y.: ‹‹Modelling inside GIS: Part 2. Selecting and calibrating urban models using ARC-INFO›› International Journal of Geographical Information Systems, Vol.8 Num.5, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.451-470, 1994. doi:10.1080/02693799408902013.

    4. Bennett, D. A.: ‹‹A framework for the integration of geographical information systems and modelbase management›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.11 Num.4, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.337-357, 1997. doi:10.1080/136588197242301.

    5. Burrough, P. A.: ‹‹Development of intelligent geographical information systems›› International Journal of Geographical Information Systems, Vol.6 Num.1, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1-11, 1992. doi:10.1080/02693799208901891.

    6. Campari, I.: ‹‹Some Notes on Geographic Information Systems: The Relationship Between their Practical Application and their Theoretical Evolution›› in: Cognitive and linguistic aspects of geographic space, D. M. Mark and A. U. Frank (Eds.), NATO ASI series: Behavioural and social sciences, Vol.63, Kluwer Academic Publishers:Dordrecht - The Netherlands, pp.35-44, 1991.

    7. Carver, S. (Eds.): Innovations in GIS 5: selected papers from the fifth National Conference on GIS Research UK, (1st), Innovations in GIS, , Taylor & Francis:London-UK, 1998.

    8. Carver, S. J.: ‹‹Integrating multi-criteria evaluation with geographical information systems›› International Journal of Geographical Information Systems, Vol.5 Num.3, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.321-339, 1991. doi:10.1080/02693799108927858.

    9. Chorley, R.: ‹‹Some reflections on the handling of geographical information›› International Journal of Geographical Information Systems, Vol.2 Num.1, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.3-9, 1988. doi:10.1080/02693798808927874.

    10. Chrisman, N.: ‹‹The Risks of Software Innovation: a Case Study of the Harvard Lab›› The American Cartographer, Vol.15 Num.3, Cartography and Geographic Information Society:Washington D.C. - USA, pp.291-300, July 1988. doi:10.1559/152304088783886892.

    11. Couclelis, H.: ‹‹Climbing on a milestone for a better view: Goodchild`s ‘Geographical Information Science’ paper as vantage point and ground for reflection›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.26 Num.12, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.2291-2300, December 2012. doi:10.1080/13658816.2012.713959.

    12. Craglia, M. and Onsrud, H. (Eds.): Geographic Information Research. Trans-Atlantic Perspectives, Vol.2, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, 1999.

    13. ESF, E. S.: Geographic Information System - Data Integration and Data Base Design (GISDATA), [Online], GISDATA, European Science Foundation ESF:Strasbourg - France, [Retrieved on 28/11/2012] http://www.esf.org/activities/research-networking-programmes/social-sciences-scss/completed-esf-research-networking-programmes-in-the-social-sciences/geographic-information-system-data-integration-and-data-base-design-gisdata.html, 2010/08/24.

    14. Fisher, P. (Eds.): Classics from IJGIS: Twenty years of the International Journal of Geographical Information Science and Systems, , CRC Press:Boca Raton-FL-USA, 2006.

    15. Fisher, P. and Unwin, D. J.: ‹‹Re-presenting Geographical Information Systems›› in: Re-Presenting GIS, P. Fisher and D. J. Unwin (Eds.), , Wiley:Chichester-UK, pp.1-13, 2005.

    16. Florence, J., Hornsby, K. and Egenhofer, M. J.: ‹‹The GIS WallBoard: Interactions with Spatial Information for Large-Scale Displays›› in: Seventh International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, M.-J. Kraak and M. Molenaar (Eds.), Vol.2, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.8A.1-15, August 1996. doi:10.1.1.5.6015.

    17. Frank, A. U.: ‹‹Multi-cultural Aspects of Spatial Knowledge›› in: GeoSpatial Semantics, K. Janowicz, M. Raubal and S. Levashkin (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science -LNCS-, Vol.5892, Springer Verlag:Berlin - Germany, pp.1-8, 2009. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-10436-7_1.

    18. Gill, S., Higgs, G. and Nevitt, P.: ‹‹GIS in Planning Departments: Preliminary Results from a Survey of Local Planning Authorities in Wales›› Planning Practice and Research, Vol.14 Num.3, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.341-361, 1999. doi:10.1080/02697459915643.

    19. Goodchild, M. F.: ‹‹Geographical Information Science: fifteen years later›› in: Classics from IJGIS: Twenty years of the International Journal of Geographical Information Science and Systems, P. Fisher (Eds.), , CRC Press:Boca Raton-FL-USA, pp.199-204, 2006. doi:10.1.1.162.2025.

    20. Goodchild, M. F.: ‹‹Geographical Information Science›› International Journal of Geographical Information Systems, Vol.6 Num.1, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.31-45, 1992. doi:10.1080/02693799208901893.

    21. Goodchild, M. F.: ‹‹Geographic Information Systems›› Progress in Human Geography, Vol.12 Num.4, SAGE:Thousand Oaks-CA-USA, pp.560-566, December 1988. doi:10.1177/030913258801200407.

    22. Goodchild, M. F.: ‹‹Geographic Information Systems›› Progress in Human Geography, Vol.15 Num.2, SAGE:Thousand Oaks-CA-USA, pp.194-200, June 1991. doi:10.1177/030913259101500205.

    23. Institute, E. S.: What is GIS?, [Online], , [Retrieved on 07/11/2003] http://www.gis.com/whatisgis/whatisgis.pdf, 2003/04/09.

    24. Jaziri, W. and Mainguenaud, M.: ‹‹A framework to model and manipulate constraints for over-constrained geographic applications›› GeoInformatica, Vol.17 Num.2, Springer:New York-NY-USA, pp.257-284, April 2013. doi:10.1007/s10707-012-0151-1.

    25. Kemp, K. K.: Environmental Modeling with GIS: A Strategy for Dealing with Spatial Continuity, (Report 93-3), , National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis:Santa Barbara-CA-USA, 1993. doi:10.1.1.33.8404.

    26. Kidner, D., Higgs, G. and White, S. (Eds.): Innovations in GIS 9: Socio-Economic Applications in Geographical Information Science, (1st), Innovations in GIS, , Taylor & Francis:London-UK, 2002.

    27. Kjenstad, K.: ‹‹On the integration of object-based models and field-based models in GIS›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.20 Num.5, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.491-509, May 2006. doi:10.1080/13658810600607329.

    28. Kuhn, W.: ‹‹Core concepts of spatial information for transdisciplinary research›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.26 Num.12, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.2267-2276, December 2012. doi:10.1080/13658816.2012.722637.

    29. Longley, P. A.: ‹‹Geodemographics and the practices of Geographic Information Science›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.26 Num.12, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.2227-2237, December 2012. doi:10.1080/13658816.2012.719623.

    30. Longley, P. A., Brooks, S. M., McDonnell, R. A. and McMillan, B. (Eds.): Geocomputation: A Primer, (1st), , Wiley:Chichester-UK, 1998.

    31. Longley, P. A., Goodchild, M. F., Maguire, D. J. and Rhind, D. W.: Geographic Information Systems and Science, (2nd), , John Wiley & Sons:Chichester-UK, pp.280-536, 2005.

    32. M.Gittings, B. (Eds.): Innovations in GIS 6: Integrating Information Infrastructure with Geographical Information Technology, (1st), Innovations in GIS, , Taylor & Francis:London-UK, 1999.

    33. Mark, D. M.: ‹‹Cognitive Perspectives on Spatial and Spatio-temporal reasoning›› (1st), in: Geographic Information Research: Bridging the Atlantic, M. Craglia and H. Couclelis (Eds.), Vol.1, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.308-319, 1997.

    34. Mark, D. M.: ‹‹Geographic Information Science: Defining the field›› in: Foundations of Geographic Information Science, M. Duckham, M. F. Worboys and M. F. Goodchild (Eds.), , CRC Press:London-UK, pp.3-18, 2003. doi:10.1201/9780203009543.ch1.

    35. Mark, D. M., Freksa, C., Hirtle, S. C., Lloyd, R. and Tversky, B.: ‹‹Cognitive models of geographical space›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.13 Num.8, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.747-774, 1999. doi:10.1080/136588199241003.

    36. McEwen, R. B. and Jacknow, H. R.: ‹‹USGS Digital Cartographic Data Base›› in: Fourth International Symposium on Computer-Assisted Cartography -Auto-Carto 4-, R. T. Aangeenbrug and T. Slocum (Eds.), Vol.4, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing:Falls Church-VA-USA, pp.225-235, November 04-08 1979.

    37. McHarg, I. L.: Design with Nature, Wiley Series in Sustainable Design, Vol.VI, Wiley:Chichester-UK, 1969.

    38. McNoleg, O.: ‹‹Professor Oleg McNoleg`s guide to the successful use of Geographical Information Systems (Ten ways to say nothing with GIS)›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.12 Num.5, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.429-430, 1998. doi:10.1080/136588198241725.

    39. Meaden, G. J. and Do-Chi, T.: Geographical information systems Applications to marine fisheries, FAO Fisheries Technical Paper, FAO (Eds.), Vol.356, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations -FAO-:Rome-Italy, 1996.

    40. O`Sullivan, D.: ‹‹Geographical information science: agent-based models›› Progress in Human Geography, Vol.32 Num.4, SAGE:Thousand Oaks-CA-USA, pp.541-550, August 2008. doi:10.1177/0309132507086879.

    41. Olaya, V.: Sistemas de Información Geográfica. Tomo II, (1ra), Vol.I, Bubok Publishing:Madrid - España, 2012.

    42. Olaya, V.: Sistemas de Información Geográfica. Tomo I, (1ra), Vol.II, Bubok Publishing:Madrid - España, 2012.

    43. Owens, J. B., Sanders, A., Stephenson, B., Dixon, D. and Zajanc, C.: A Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Training Manual for Historians and Historical Social Scientists, (1st), , National Science Foundation:Arlington-VA-USA, 2014.

    44. Pazos, A., Poveda, J. and Gould, M.: ‹‹A Package-Based Architecture for Customized GIS›› in: Handbook of Research on Geoinformatics, H. A. Karimi (Eds.), , Information Science Reference:Hershey-PA-USA, pp.311-319, 2009. doi:10.4018/978-1-59140-995-3.ch039.

    45. Rhind, D. W.: ‹‹Recent developments in geographical information systems in the U.K›› International Journal of Geographical Information Systems, Vol.1 Num.3, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.229-241, 1987. doi:10.1080/02693798708927810.

    46. Robertson, J. C.: ‹‹The Symap Programme for Computer Mapping›› The Cartographic Journal, Vol.4 Num.2, British Cartographic Society:Linton-Cambridgeshire-England, pp.108-113, December 1967. doi:10.1179/caj.1967.4.2.108.

    47. Rumbaugh, J. R., Blaha, M. R., Lorensen, W., Eddy, F. and Premerlani, W.: Object-Oriented Modeling and Design, , Prentice Hall:Upper Saddle River-NJ-USA, 1991.

    48. Schmitz, A.: Geographic Information System Basics, , Creative Commons, 2012.

    49. Shunji, M.: GIS Work Book - Technical Course, (2nd), GIS Work Book, A. C. -ACRoRS- (Eds.), Vol.2, National Space Development Agency of Japan -NASDA-:Tokyo-Japan, 1998.

    50. Shunji, M.: GIS Work Book - Fundamental Course, (2nd), GIS Work Book, A. C. -ACRoRS- (Eds.), Vol.1, National Space Development Agency of Japan -NASDA-:Tokyo-Japan, 1998.

    51. Tomlinson, R. F.: An Introduction to the Geographic Information System of the Canada Land Inventory, (), , Department of Forestry and Rural Development:Ottawa-ON-Canada, 1967.

    52. USGS, U. S.: Geographic Information Systems, [Online], , [Retrieved on 09/04/2005] http://erg.usgs.gov/isb/pubs/gis_poster/, 2005/02/16.

    53. Wood, D. and Fels, J.: ‹‹Designs on Signs/Myth and Meaning in Maps›› Cartographica: The International Journal for Geographic Information and Geovisualization, Vol.23 Num.3, University of Toronto Press:Toronto-ON-Canada, pp.209-260, Autumn 1986. doi:10.3138/R831-50R3-7247-2124.

    54. Worboys, M. F. (Eds.): Innovations in GIS 1: selected papers from the first National Conference on GIS Research UK, (1st), Innovations in GIS, Vol.1, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, 1994.

    55. Worboys, M. F. and Duckham, M.: GIS: A Computing Perspective, ( Second Edition), , CRC Press:Boca Raton-FL-USA, 2004.

    56. Wright, D. J.: ‹‹Theory and application in a post-GISystems world›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.26 Num.12, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.2197-2209, December 2012. doi:10.1080/13658816.2012.713957.

    57. Zeiler, M.: Modeling Our World: The ESRI Guide to Geodatabase Design, , Environmental Systems Research Institute Inc.:Redlands-CA-USA, 1999.

     


    Calendars                     


    1. Ning, P., Wang, X. S. and Jajodia, S.: ‹‹An Algebraic Representation of Calendars›› Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence, Vol.36 Num.1-2, Kluwer Academic Publishers:Dordrecht - The Netherlands, pp.5-38, September 2002. doi:10.1023/A:1015835418881.

    2. Swedberg, B. and Peuquet, D.: ‹‹An Evaluation of a Visual Analytics Prototype for Calendar-Related Spatiotemporal Periodicity Detection and Analysis›› Cartographica: The International Journal for Geographic Information and Geovisualization, Vol.52 Num.1, University of Toronto Press:Toronto-ON-Canada, pp.63-79, Spring 2017. doi:10.3138/cart.52.1.3820.

     


    Standardization                     


    1. Arctur, D., Hair, D., Timson, G., Martin, E. P. and Fegeas, R.: ‹‹Issues and prospects for the next generation of the spatial data transfer standard (SDTS)›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.12 Num.4, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.403-425, 1998. doi:10.1080/136588198241851.

    2. Arikawa, M. and Kubota, K.: ‹‹A standard XML based protocol for spatial data exchange - its capabilities and real applications›› in: International Workshop on Emerging Technologies for Geo-based Applications, S. Spaccapietra (Eds.), , Swiss Federal Institute of Technology:Lausanne - Switzerland, pp.37-45, May 22-26 2000. doi:10.1.1.121.642.

    3. Booch, G., Rumbaugh, J. and Jacobson, I.: The Unified Modeling Language User Guide, The Addison-Wesley Object Technology Series, , Addison-Wesley:Redwood City-CA-USA, 1999.

    4. Lake, R.: Introduction to GML - Geography Markup Language, [Online], World Wide Web Consortium:Cambridge-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 27/12/2012] http://www.w3.org/Mobile/posdep/GMLIntroduction.html, 2000/09/20.

    5. Tamayo, A., Granell, C. and Huerta, J.: ‹‹Measuring complexity in OGC web services XML schemas: pragmatic use and solutions›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.26 Num.6, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.1109-1130, June 2012. doi:10.1080/13658816.2011.626602.

    6. Winter, S. and Nittel, S.: ‹‹Formal information modelling for standardisation in the spatial domain›› International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.17 Num.8, Taylor & Francis:London-UK, pp.721-741, 2003. doi:10.1080/13658810310001596067.

     


    Institutions                     


    1. Jensen, C. S. and Snodgrass, R. T.: TimeCenter, [Online], Aalborg Universitet:Aalborg-Danmark, [Retrieved on 04/01/2012] http://timecenter.cs.aau.dk, 2011/09/02.

    2. MOVE COST Programme: Memorandum of Understanding - Knowledge Discovery from Moving Objects MOVE (COST Action IC0903) , (COST 237/09), Vol.2012 Num.11/06/2009, European Cooperation in the field of Scientific and Technical Research -COST-:Brussels - Belgium, 2009.

    3. NCGIA, N. C.: NCGIA Full Publications List, [Online], University of California:Santa Barbara-CA-USA, [Retrieved on 22/11/2011] http://www.ncgia.ucsb.edu/pubs/pubslist.php, 2008/08/07.

    4. NIST: National Institute of Standards and Technology, [Online], National Institute of Standards and Technology, [Retrieved on 16/04/2009] http://www.nist.gov, 2009/04/13.

    5. NSF, N. S.: National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis -NCGIA-, [Online], University of California:Santa Barbara-CA-USA, [Retrieved on 26/11/2012] http://www.ncgia.ucsb.edu/, 2012/01/02.

    6. NSF, N. S.: About the National Science Fundation , [Online], , [Retrieved on 27/11/2012] http://www.nsf.gov, 2012/11/26.

     


    ISO                     


    1. ISO, I. O.: ISO 19136:2007 – Geography Markup Language (GML), (ISO/TC 211/WG 4/PT 1), Geographic Information, ISO (Eds.), , International Organization for Standardization -ISO-:Geneva - Switzerland, pp.1-426, 2007.

    2. ISO, I. O.: ISO 19108:2002 – Geographic information -- Temporal schema, (ISO 19108), Geographic Information, ISO (Eds.), Vol.8, International Organization for Standardization -ISO-:Geneva - Switzerland, 2002.

    3. ISO, I. O.: Language resource management – Semantic Annotation Framework (SemAF) – Part1: Time and events, (ISO/CD 24617-1), Language Resource Management, ISO (Eds.), , International Organization for Standardization -ISO-:Geneva - Switzerland, 2007.

    4. ISO, I. O.: Electronic business eXtensible Markup Language (ebXML) -- Part 1: Collaboration-protocol profile and agreement specification (ebCPP), (ISO/TS 15000-1:2004), Electronic business eXtensible Markup Language (ebXML), ISO (Eds.), , International Organization for Standardization -ISO-:Geneva - Switzerland, 2004.

    5. ISO, I. O.: Electronic business eXtensible Markup Language (ebXML) -- Part 3: Registry information model specification (ebRIM), (ISO/TS 15000-3:2004), Electronic business eXtensible Markup Language (ebXML), ISO (Eds.), , International Organization for Standardization -ISO-:Geneva - Switzerland, 2004.

    6. ISO, I. O.: ISO 19118:2005 – Geographic information -- Encoding, (ISO 19118:2005), Geographic information/Geomatics, ISO (Eds.), , International Organization for Standardization -ISO-:Geneva - Switzerland, 2011.

    7. ISO, I. O.: ISO 19101:2002 – Geographic Information -- Reference model, (ISO/TC 211), Geographic Information, ISO (Eds.), Vol.01, International Organization for Standardization -ISO-:Geneva - Switzerland, pp.1-42, 2008.

    8. ISO, I. O.: ISO 19142:2010 – Geographic information -- Web Feature Service, (ISO TC 211/SC /WG 4), Geographic Information, ISO (Eds.), , International Organization for Standardization -ISO-:Geneva - Switzerland, pp.1-253, 2010.

    9. ISO, I. O.: ISO 19115:2003 – Geographic information -- Metadata, (ISO TC 211/WG 7), Geographic Information, ISO (Eds.), , International Organization for Standardization -ISO-:Geneva - Switzerland, pp.1-140, 2006.

    10. ISO, I. O.: ISO 19115-2:2009 – Geographic information -- Metadata -- Part 2: Extensions for imagery and gridded data, (ISO TC 211), Geographic Information, ISO (Eds.), , International Organization for Standardization -ISO-:Geneva - Switzerland, pp.1-43, 2009.

    11. ISO, I. O.: ISO 19143:2010 – Geographic information -- Filter Encoding, (ISO TC 211), Geographic Information, ISO (Eds.), , International Organization for Standardization -ISO-:Geneva - Switzerland, pp.1-90, 2010.

    12. ISO, I. O.: ISO 19123:2005 – Geographic information -- Schema for coverage geometry and functions, (ISO TC 211), Geographic Information, ISO (Eds.), , International Organization for Standardization -ISO-:Geneva - Switzerland, pp.1-65, 2009.

    13. ISO, I. O.: ISO 19119:2005 – Geographic information -- Services, (ISO TC 211), Geographic Information, ISO (Eds.), , International Organization for Standardization -ISO-:Geneva - Switzerland, pp.1-67, 2008.

    14. ISO, I. O.: ISO 8601:2004 - Data elements and interchange formats -- Information interchange -- Representation of dates and times, (ISO TC 154), Data elements and interchange formats, ISO (Eds.), , International Organization for Standardization -ISO-:Geneva - Switzerland, pp.1-40, 2004.

    15. ISO, I. O.: ISO 15836:2009 - Information and documentation -- The Dublin Core metadata element set, (TC 46/SC 4), Information and documentation, ISO (Eds.), , International Organization for Standardization -ISO-:Geneva - Switzerland, pp.1-5, 2009.

    16. ISO, I. O.: ISO 19106:2004 - Geographic information – Profiles, (TC 211/WG 5), Geographic information, ISO (Eds.), , International Organization for Standardization -ISO-:Geneva - Switzerland, pp.1-32, 2004.

    17. ISO, I. O.: ISO/TS 19139:2007 - Geographic information – Metadata -- XML schema implementation, (TC 211/WG 7), Geographic information, ISO (Eds.), , International Organization for Standardization -ISO-:Geneva - Switzerland, pp.1-111, 2007.

    18. ISO/TC-211: Standardization in the field of Geographic information/Geomatics, [Online], International Organization for Standardization -ISO-:Geneva - Switzerland, [Retrieved on 30/08/2012] http://www.isotc211.org, 2012/08/27.

     


    W3C                     


    1. Berglund, A., Boag, S., Chamberlin, D., Fernández, M. F., Kay, M., Robie, J. and Siméon, J.: XML Path Language (XPath) 2.0 (Second Edition), [Online], W3C Recommendations, W3C (Eds.), W3C:Cambridge-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 10/04/2011] http://www.w3.org/TR/2010/REC-xpath20-20101214/, 2010/12/14.

    2. Berglund, A., Boag, S., Chamberlin, D., Fernández, M. F., Kay, M., Robie, J. and Siméon, J.: XML Path Language (XPath) 2.0, [Online], W3C Recommendations, W3C (Eds.), W3C:Cambridge-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 10/04/2011] http://www.w3.org/TR/2007/REC-xpath20-20070123/, 2007/01/23.

    3. Biron, P. V. and Malhotra, A.: XML Schema Part 2: Datatypes, [Online], W3C Recommendations, W3C (Eds.), W3C:Cambridge-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 10/04/2011] http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/REC-xmlschema-2-20041028/, 2001/05/02.

    4. Biron, P. V. and Malhotra, A.: XML Schema Part 2: Datatypes Second Edition, [Online], W3C Recommendations, W3C (Eds.), W3C:Cambridge-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 10/04/2011] http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/REC-xmlschema-2-20041028/, 2004/10/28.

    5. Boag, S., Chamberlin, D., Fernández, M. F., Florescu, D., Robie, J. and Siméon, J.: XQuery 1.0: An XML Query Language (Second Edition), [Online], W3C Recommendations, W3C (Eds.), W3C:Cambridge-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 14/10/2011] http://www.w3.org/TR/2010/REC-xquery-20101214/, 2010/12/14.

    6. Bray, T. and Paoli, J.: Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0, [Online], World Wide Web Consortium:Cambridge-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 03/02/2006] http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/REC-xml-19980210, 1998/02/10.

    7. Bray, T., Hollander, D. and Layman, A.: Namespaces in XML, [Online], W3C Recommendations, W3C (Eds.), W3C:Cambridge-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 10/04/2011] http://www.w3.org/TR/1999/REC-xml-names-19990114/, 1999/01/14.

    8. Bray, T., Hollander, D., Layman, A., Tobin, R. and Thompson, H. S.: Namespaces in XML 1.0 (Third Edition), [Online], W3C Recommendations, W3C (Eds.), W3C:Cambridge-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 10/04/2011] http://www.w3.org/TR/2009/REC-xml-names-20091208/, 2009/12/08.

    9. Bray, T., Paoli, J. and Maler, E.: Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 (Fourth Edition), [Online], World Wide Web Consortium:Cambridge-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 16/08/2006] http://www.w3.org/TR/2006/REC-xml-20060816/, 2006/09/29.

    10. Bray, T., Paoli, J., Sperberg-McQueen, C. M., Maler, E. and Yergeau, F.: Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 (Fifth Edition), [Online], W3C Recommendations, W3C (Eds.), W3C:Cambridge-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 26/05/2010] http://www.w3.org/TR/2008/REC-xml-20081126/, 2008/11/26.

    11. Christensen, E., Curbera, F., Meredith, G. and Weerawarana, S.: Web Services Description Language (WSDL) 1.1, [Online], W3C Note, W3C (Eds.), W3C:Cambridge-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 10/04/2011] http://www.w3.org/TR/2001/NOTE-wsdl-20010315, 2001/05/15.

    12. Deutsch, A., Fernandez, M., Florescu, D., Levy, A. and Suciu, D.: XML-QL: A Query Language for XML, [Online], W3C (Eds.), W3C:Cambridge-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 14/10/2011] http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/NOTE-xml-ql-19980819/, 1998/08/19.

    13. Group, R. W.: Resource Description Framework (RDF), [Online], W3C Recommendations, W3C (Eds.), W3C:Cambridge-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 13/06/2010] http://www.w3.org/RDF/, 2010/03/07.

    14. Gudgin, M., Hadley, M., Mendelsohn, N., Moreau, J.-J., Nielsen, H. F., Karmarkar, A. and Lafon, Y.: SOAP Version 1.2 Part 1: Messaging Framework (Second Edition), [Online], W3C Recommendations, W3C (Eds.), W3C:Cambridge-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 10/04/2011] http://www.w3.org/TR/soap12-part1/, 2007/04/27.

    15. Hobbs, J. R. and Pan, F.: Time Ontology in OWL, [Online], W3C Working Draft, W3C (Eds.), W3C:Cambridge-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 01/11/2011] http://www.w3.org/TR/2006/WD-owl-time-20060927/, 2006/09/27.

    16. McGuinness, D. L. and van Harmelen, F.: OWL Web Ontology Language - Recommendation 10 February 2004, [Online], W3C Recommendations, W3C (Eds.), W3C:Cambridge-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 17/05/2010] http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/REC-owl-features-20040210/, 2004/02/10.

    17. Prud`hommeaux, E. and Seaborne, A.: SPARQL Query Language for RDF, [Online], W3C Recommendations, W3C (Eds.), W3C:Cambridge-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 20/10/2009] http://www.w3.org/TR/2008/REC-rdf-sparql-query-20080115/, 2008/01/15.

    18. Thompson, H. S., Beech, D., Maloney, M. and Mendelsohn, N.: XML Schema Part 1: Structures, [Online], W3C Recommendations, W3C (Eds.), W3C:Cambridge-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 10/04/2011] http://www.w3.org/TR/2001/REC-xmlschema-1-20010502/, 2001/05/02.

    19. Thompson, H. S., Beech, D., Maloney, M. and Mendelsohn, N.: XML Schema Part 1: Structures Second Edition, [Online], W3C Recommendations, W3C (Eds.), W3C:Cambridge-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 10/04/2011] http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/REC-xmlschema-1-20041028/, 2004/10/28.

    20. W3C: Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), [Online], W3C Recommendations, W3C (Eds.), W3C:Cambridge-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 15/03/2010] http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/, 2009/12/11.

    21. W3C: OWL 2 Web Ontology Language - Recommendation 27 October 2009, [Online], W3C Recommendations, W3C (Eds.), W3C:Cambridge-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 17/05/2010] http://www.w3.org/TR/2009/REC-owl2-overview-20091027/, 2009/09/27.

     


    OGC                     


    1. -OGC-, O. G.: OpenGIS® Standards and Specifications, [Online], Open GIS Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 02/12/2012] http://www.opengeospatial.org/standards, 2012/10/18.

    2. -OGC-, O. G.: Simple Feature Access - Part 2: SQL Option, [Online], OpenGIS® Implementation Specification, Open GIS Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 31/08/2012] http://www.opengeospatial.org/standards/sfs, 2009/09/04.

    3. -OGC-, O. G.: Web Feature Service, [Online], OGC® Standard, Open Geospatial Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 09/04/2011] http://www.opengeospatial.org/standards/wfs, 2011/04/07.

    4. -OGC-, O. G.: Web Coverage Service, [Online], OGC® Standard, Open Geospatial Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, [Retrieved on 09/04/2011] http://www.opengeospatial.org/standards/wcs, 2011/04/07.

    5. -OGC-, O. G.: OpenGIS® Geography Markup Language (GML) Encoding Standard 3.2.1, (OGC 07-036), OpenGIS® Standard, C. Portele (Eds.), , Open Geospatial Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, pp.1-437, 2007.

    6. -OGC-, O. G.: OGC® KML, (OGC 07-147r2), OGC® Standard, T. Wilson (Eds.), , Open GIS Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, pp.1-251, 2008.

    7. -OGC-, O. G.: Geography Markup Language (GML) v1.0, (OGC 00-29), OpenGIS® Standard, R. Lake and A. Cuthbert (Eds.), , Open Geospatial Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, pp.1-85, 2000.

    8. -OGC-, O. G.: Web Feature Service Implementation Specification 1.1.0, (OGC 04-094), OpenGIS® Implementation Specification, P. A. Vretanos (Eds.), , Open GIS Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, pp.1-131, 2005.

    9. -OGC-, O. G.: Filter Encoding Implementation Specification 1.1.0, (OGC-04-905), OpenGIS® Implementation Specification, P. A. Vretanos (Eds.), , Open GIS Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, pp.1-40, 2005.

    10. -OGC-, O. G.: Web Coverage Service (WCS) Implementation Standard 1.1.2, (OGC 07-067r5), OGC® Implementation Standard, A. Whiteside and J. D. Evans (Eds.), , Open Geospatial Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, pp.1-133, 2008.

    11. -OGC-, O. G.: OpenGIS® Catalogue Services Specification 2.0.2, (OGC 07-006r1), OpenGIS® Implementation Specification, D. Nebert, A. Whiteside and P. A. Vretanos (Eds.), , Open Geospatial Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, pp.1-218, 2007.

    12. -OGC-, O. G.: Geospatial Semantic Web Interoperability Experiment Report, (OGC 06-002r1), OGC® Discussion Paper, J. Lieberman (Eds.), , Open Geospatial Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, pp.1-70, 2006.

    13. -OGC-, O. G.: OpenGIS® Location Services (OpenLS): Core Services 1.2, (OGC 07-074), OpenGIS® Interface Standard, M. Mabrouk (Eds.), , Open Geospatial Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, pp.1-179, 2008.

    14. -OGC-, O. G.: Geospatial Digital Rights Management Reference Model - GeoDRM RM, (OGC 06-004r3), OGC® Abstract Specification, G. Vowles (Eds.), , Open Geospatial Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, pp.1-130, 2006.

    15. -OGC-, O. G.: OpenGIS Web Feature Service 2.0.0 Interface Standard, (OGC 09-025r1), OpenGIS® Implementation Standard, P. A. Vretanos (Eds.), , Open Geospatial Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, pp.1-253, 2010.

    16. -OGC-, O. G.: Corrigendum for the OpenGIS® Web Feature Service (WFS) implementation specification 04-095, (OGC 06-027r1), OpenGIS® IS Corrigendum, P. A. Vretanos (Eds.), , Open Geospatial Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, pp.1-35, 2006.

    17. -OGC-, O. G.: OGC® WCS 2.0 Interface Standard - Core, (OGC 09-110r3), OpenGIS® Interface Standard, P. Baumann (Eds.), , Open Geospatial Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, pp.1-53, 2010.

    18. -OGC-, O. G.: OpenGIS Filter Encoding 2.0 Encoding Standard, (OGC 09-026r1), OpenGIS® Implementation Standard, P. A. Vretanos (Eds.), , Open Geospatial Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, pp.1-90, 2010.

    19. -OGC-, O. G.: OGC Web Services Common Standard, (OGC 06-121r9), OpenGIS® Implementation Standard, A. Whiteside and J. Greenwood (Eds.), , Open Geospatial Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, pp.1-207, 2010.

    20. -OGC-, O. G.: OGC Web Services Common Specification, (OGC 06-121r3), OpenGIS® Implementation Specification, A. Whiteside (Eds.), , Open Geospatial Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, pp.1-167, 2007.

    21. -OGC-, O. G.: OGC® Web Coverage Service 2.0 Interface Standard - KVP Protocol Binding Extension, (OGC 09-147r1), OpenGIS® Interface Standard, P. Baumann (Eds.), , Open Geospatial Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, pp.1-15, 2010.

    22. -OGC-, O. G.: OGC® Web Coverage Service 2.0 Interface Standard - XML/POST Protocol Binding Extension, (09-148r1), OpenGIS® Interface Standard, P. Baumann (Eds.), , Open Geospatial Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, pp.1-14, 2010.

    23. -OGC-, O. G.: OGC® Web Coverage Service 2.0 Interface Standard - XML/SOAP Protocol Binding Extension, (09-149r1), OpenGIS® Interface Standard, P. Baumann (Eds.), , Open Geospatial Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, pp.1-13, 2010.

    24. -OGC-, O. G.: Web Coverage Service (WCS) Implementation Standard 1.1.1c1, (07-067r2), OGC® Implementation Specification, A. Whiteside and J. D. Evans (Eds.), , Open Geospatial Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, pp.1-129, 2007.

    25. -OGC-, O. G.: OGC Reference Model, (OGC 08-062r7), OpenGIS® Implementation Standard, , Open Geospatial Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, pp.1-44, 2011.

    26. Consortium, O. G.: Web Feature Service Implementation Specification 1.0.0, (OGC 02-058), OpenGIS® Implementation Specification, P. A. Vretanos (Eds.), , Open GIS Consortium Inc.:Wayland-MA-USA, pp.1-105, 2002.

     


     

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    Core
    The Core section includes the most relevant categories (areas) that have impacted the development of T-GIS. According to our classification, the references included in this section correspond to the fields which have made a sort of contribution either on a temporal or a spatio-temporal issue. Articles that survey, report or review this sort of contributions are also included here. According to our classification, the references included in this section compounds the core collection of published works in T-GIS.
    Temporal GIS
    Novel research domain at large at the intersection of temporal systems and GIS and whose objective is to explicitly extend current GIS to dynamic real-world phenomena.
    Spatio-temporal Modelling
    Development of conceptual and logical models oriented to the representation of spatio-temporal information.
    Temporal Modelling
    Conceptual and logical approaches for the modelling and representation of time.
    Spatio-temporal Analysis
    Development of integrated analytical spatio-temporal frameworks for the analysis of spatio-temporal information.
    Query Languages
    Query languages applied to the manipulation of spatial and temporal properties, and relationships in space and time, and implemented by spatio-temporal and standard query languages.
    Case Studies
    Successful T-GIS stories that solve spatio-temporal problems in different domains, e.g., transport, naval, census, environment.
    Time Geography
    Principles and foundations of Time Geography as defined by Hägerstrand and followers.
    Temporal Databases
    Domain of research in the database domain oriented to the development of conceptual and logical temporal, spatio-temporal and moving-objects databases.
    Surveys and Reviews
    Bibliographic compilations, annotated bibliographies, surveys, and reviews relating to temporal aspects in spatial, temporal, and spatio-temporal modelling and other spatial/temporal subjects.
    Reports and Studies
    Several research agendas, foundational documents, and report studies related to the origins of T-GIS and GIScience are declared and/or defined.
    Secondary
    The Secondary section includes the categories that, although not being a direct part of T-GIS, play a relevant role in its development in addition to strongly support spatio-temporal modelling. Key concepts such as the conceptual modelling of time (e.g. AI and Logic) or spatial data modelling and reasoning are considered particularly for the integration of the temporal variable in GIS.
    Moving Objects and LBS
    Development of frameworks for the representation and manipulation of moving objects, services and applications derived from them.
    Data Mining and Analysis
    Data mining and analysis methods related to mining in spatio-temporal databases and for spatio-temporal knowledge discovering.
    Spatial Databases
    References related to the origins and evolution of databases and the development of spatial databases.
    Spatial Data Modelling
    Spatial data models and spatial data representation methods.
    Spatial Data Structures
    Spatial data structures, storage data models for spatial data, data structures in information systems, encoding in spatial databases.
    Spatial Reasoning
    Qualitative Spatial. Qualitative abstractions of spatial aspects of common-sense knowledge that can be able to model dynamic geographic phenomena.
    Databases
    References related to the origins and evolution of databases and the development of spatial databases.
    AI and Logic
    Works coming from the Artificial Intelligence and Logic research fields which have contributed to model temporal aspects in information systems and spatial information systems.
    Semantics and NLP
    Semantic and linguistic aspects of geography in space, processing of temporal expressions through Natural Language Processing techniques, algorithms for processing of language, and general computational techniques to handle language in computer systems.
    IR, GIR, and TIR
    This section is quite related to the one below, but it is focused on Information Retrieval, Geographic Information Retrieval, and Temporal Information Retrieval.
    Annotating Time
    Works dealing with Natural Language Processing applied to the identification and tagging of temporal expressions considering the semantic meaning and semantic relationships.
    Ontologies
    List of ontologies and ontology-based methodologies applied to spatial/temporal domains.
    Spatial Data Visualization
    Graphical representations of geographic information regarding their properties and relationships in space and/or time considering both dynamic and static aspects.
    Topology
    Spatial and temporal topological relationships and properties.
    Others
    The Others section includes those research areas that, being considered as individual subjects, are not relevant enough to be directly related to the development of T-GIS.
    Interoperability
    Interoperability of geoservices. Semantic and temporal interoperability. Types of interoperability.
    SDI and Geoservices
    Trends on Spatial Data Infrastructures as for design and implementation. Development and implementation of geoservices.
    GIS and GIScience
    General background concepts of Geographic Information Systems and Science: theory and definitions, implementation, and development.
    GI and data
    Foundational topics regarding the perception, definition, and modelling of geographic information in digital systems. Evolution of cartography from ancient to contemporary methods. Background concept such as Naive Geography, and other topics that have shaped geographic information and data.
    Software
    Software packages and libraries for databases, SDI, GIS, and T-GIS. Articles in which software prototypes and implementations are described are also included.
    Calendars
    Definition and formalization of calendars. Tools for comparing and convert dates from a calendar system to another.
    3D/4D
    Three dimensional modelling and spatio-temporal analysis in 3D environments.
    Standards
    The Standards section includes articles, institutions, norms, and standards that rule temporal and spatio-temporal aspects in GIS and cross-related areas. Mainly, standards from OGC, ISO, and W3C are referenced.
    Standardization
    Contributions to the development of methodologies for the implementation of (potential) standards.
    Institutions
    Online references and websites of the institutions that have made contributions to the research fields related to T-GIS, especially databases and GIS.
    ISO
    These categories group several standards related to mark-up languages and/or the above-mentioned subjects. The listed standards are classified according to the three most relevant standardization institutions.
    W3C
    These categories group several standards related to mark-up languages and/or the above-mentioned subjects. The listed standards are classified according to the three most relevant standardization institutions.
    OGC
    These categories group several standards related to mark-up languages and/or the above-mentioned subjects. The listed standards are classified according to the three most relevant standardization institutions.
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