ICSDM 2011 1st IEEE International Conference on Spatial Data Mining and Geographical Knowledge Services

Time and Duration
Venue City: 
Fuzhou, Fujian
Basic Information
Date: 
29/06/2011 - 01/07/2011
Event Organisers: 

  • Spatial Information Research Center of Fujian, Fuzhou University,China
  • State Key Laboratory of Resources and Environmental Information System, the Chinese Academy of Science,China
  • Commission on Modeling Geographical Systems, International Geographical Union
  • Commission on Geographical Information Science, International Geographical Union
  • Commission on Quantitative Geography, the Chinese Geographical Society
  • Commission on Cartography and Geographical Information System, the Chinese Geographical Society
  • Key laboratory of Spatial Data Mining & Information Sharing, Ministry of Education of China
  • College of Mathematics and Computer Science, Fuzhou University,China
  • College of Environment and Resources, Fuzhou University,China

Language of event: 
English

ICSDM is aspired to establish a long-term forum for researchers and practitioners in geosciences and information & communication technology to share their innovative ideas and results in the multi-faceted research of spatial data mining, geographical modeling, Internet-based knowledge sharing and service. Its main goal is to make it a permanent forum or platform for researchers and practitioners to share their innovative ideas and results in the multi-faceted research of SDM / SKD, geographical knowledge sharing, and service and decision support. This will give an excellent opportunity to all researchers and professionals involved in Spatial analysis, GIS, GPS, and remote sensing research to discuss advances, news theories, technologies, and novel applications.

Conference Topics:

The conference will focus on, but not limit to, the following cutting-edge topics:

  • Geo-spatial fundamentals, theories and algorithms in GIS

New trends in GIS technologies and research
Spatiotemporal data structures and algorithms
Systems architectures and middleware for GIS
Standardization of geo-spatial data and geo-processing services
Geo-spatial data processing and management mechanisms
Spatiotemporal data quality and uncertainty
Spatiotemporal modeling
Spatial ontology and cognition
Computational geometry for GIS problems
Automated mapping and map generalization

  • Geo-spatial data mining and knowledge discovery and geographical process modeling

Spatial-temporal analysis and modeling methods
Geo-spatial and spatiotemporal data mining algorithms
Spatio-temporal data reasoning
Spatial statistics and data mining
Visual spatial data mining
Spatial decision support systems
Spatial data warehouse and spatial OLAP
Modeling and analysis of digital elevation/shape
Modeling uncertainty in geo-spatial information
Virtual modeling of large geographic areas
Time-geography modeling
Spatial query processing and optimization

  • Geo-spatial Web services, WebGIS and geographical grid computation

Standards and geo-spatial metadata
Geographical web search engines and information retrieval
Geo-spatial interoperability and data integration
Geo-spatial sharing and dissemination
Geo-spatial web service and WebGIS architecture
Geo-spatial web resource monitoring, scheduling, allocation and control
Geo-spatial web service discovery, matching and composition/aggregation
Ontology or agent techniques for web service
Geo-spatial web services and service quality
Workflow-based web service orchestration and organization
Geographical grid computational environment
Distributed, parallel, and collaborative geo-processing
Geographical data grid, information grid and knowledge grid and service grid
Geo-spatial semantic web and ontology-based knowledge base
Geo-spatial sensor web
Grid resource management, reservation, scheduling, and load balancing
Grid-based knowledge discovery and decision servicee
Grid-based geographical problem-solving environment
Geo-spatial web portal and grid portal
Cloud computing for geo-spatial processing
Wireless and mobile GIS
Mobile service and mobile grid
Location-based services (LBS)
Location privacy, data sharing and security
Geo-Cyber Infrastructure and Spatial data infrastructure

  • Geo-spatial simulation and visualization, and virtual geographical environment

2D and 3D information acquisitions, processing, modeling and visualization
Representation and visualization of geospatial data
Distributed simulations and sensor webs
Simulation modeling of dynamic geo-processes
Exploratory spatial data analysis
Geo-visualization and geo-visual analytics
3D nature scene modeling and rendering with high complexity and large scale
Distributed/Collaborative interactive simulation
Visualization of geospatial uncertainty
Digital Earth and virtual geographic environment
Distributed, parallel, and GPU algorithms for GIS
Human-computer interaction and visualization

Earth observation sensor networks and applications
Acquisition and processing of remotely sensed data
Calibration and validation of remotely sensed data
Data mining across sensors
Intelligent sensors/sensor fusion and assimilation
Sensor information management systems
Spatiotemporal sensor data mining
Remote sensing image processing and pattern recognition
Automated object extraction and database updates from imagery
Processing and application of high-resolution and hyper-spectral imagery
Radar remote sensing (SAR, InSAR, PolSAR)
LIDAR technology for generating digital elevation models and 3D modeling

  • Domain applications of integrated Geographical information technology ( GIS, Remote sensing and GPS,etc)

Application in natural resource investigation and management
Application in land use and land cover management
Application in agricultural operation and management
Application in coastal and Wetlands management
Application in urban and built Environment
Application in traffic and transportation management
Government and public GIS
Application in climate change and the global environment
GIS for the environment, ecology and health monitoring and governance
Environmental criminology and crime simulation
Application in geology and hydrogeology
Application in hazard simulation and assessment, risk management and disaster response

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