- A facet-based methodology for geo-spatial modeling, Biswanath Dutta, Fausto Giunchiglia and Vincenzo Maltese (Università di Trento, Italy)
- Improving geodatabase semantic querying exploiting ontologies, Chiara Renso, Miriam Baglioni, Maria Vittoria Masserotti (Univ. of Pisa, Italy), Laura Spinsanti (EPFL, Switzerland)
- Urban Area Characterization Based on Semantics of Crowd Activities in Twitter, Shoko Wakamiya, Ryong Lee and Kazutoshi Sumiya (University of Hyogo, Japan)
- Identifying Geographical Processes from Time-stamped Data, Claudio Campelo, Brandon Bennett and Vania Dimitrova (University of Leeds, UK)
- Towards Heterogeneous Resources-based Ambiguity Reduction of Sub-typed Geographic Named Entities, Mauro Gaio and Van Tien Nguyen (University of Pau, France)
- On the (limited) difference between feature and geometric semantic similarity models, Ola Ahlqvist (The Ohio State University, USA)
- A Description Logic Approach to Discover Suspicious Itineraries from Maritime Container Trajectories, Paola Villa and Elena Camossi (European Commission Joint Research Centre, Ispra, Italy)
- Advocacy for External Quality in GIS, Christelle Pierkot, Esteban Zimanyi, yuan LIN and Thérèse Libourel (LIRMM, Montpellier, France and Free University of Brussels, Belgique)
- A Supervised Machine Learning Approach for Duplicate Detection over Gazetteer Records, Bruno Martins (Instituto Superior Tecnico, INESC-ID, Porto Salvo, Portugal)
- Integration of Spatial processing and knowledge Processing through the Semantic Web Stack, Ashish Karmacharya, Christophe Cruz, Frank Boochs and Franck Marzani (Institut i3mainz, Germany and Université de Bourgogne, France)
- Multi-Criteria Geographic Information Retrieval Model Based on Geospatial Semantic Integration, Walter Renteria and Serguei Levachkine (Instituto Politécnico Nacional (IPN), Mexico and Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain)
- DO-ROAM: Activity-Oriented Search and Navigation with OpenStreetMap, Mihai Codescu, Gregor Horsinka, Oliver Kutz, Till Mossakowski and Rafaela Rau (DFKI GmbH, Bremen and University of Bremen, Germany)
- An Approach to the Management of Multiple Aligned Multilingual Ontologies for a Geospatial Earth Observation System, Kristin Stock and Claudia Cialone (University of Nottingham, UK)
- Inter-disciplinary interoperability for global sustainability research, Massimo Craglia, Stefano Nativi, Mattia Santoro, Lorenzino Vaccari and Cristiano Fugazza (European Commission Joint Research Centre, Institute for Environment and Sustainability, Spatial Data Infrastructures Unit, Italy)
All papers are accepted as full papers and we encourage the authors to submit the final versions up to 20 pages long due to February 10, 2011.
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Details about the format requirements are available at the Springer web page ('Information for LNCS authors'). It is absolutely necessary that these guidelines are met and that the total length of the paper does not exceed 20 pages (including figures and bibliography).
- It is especially important that you do not only submit a PDF version of your paper, but also a zip-archive of all source files, as well as the signed and completed copyright form from the Springer web page. It is sufficient for one of the authors to sign the copyright form.
- The title of the publication is: Fourth International Conference on GeoSpatial Semantics;
- The editors are: Christophe Claramunt, Michela Bertolotto, and Sergei Levashkin.
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- The final version (correctly formatted and properly revised) of your paper has been received by February 10, 2011.
- All source files and the signed copyright form are included in the final submission.
- At least one of the authors has registration for the conference until February 25, 2011.
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