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NG2I 2003, International Workshop
on Next Generation Geospatial
Information
Cambridge (Boston),
Massachusetts, USA
19-21 October 2003
http://dipa.spatial.maine.edu/NG2I03/
The scope of this intensive workshop is
to address research advancements in
Digital Image Processing & Analysis,
Geographic Information Systems, and
SpatioTemporal Databases that are rele-
vant to geospatial information. Its main
objective is to bring together specialists
from these overlapping, but not necessa-
rily interacting, scientific communities
and provide a high-quality forum for
the presentation and discussion of rela-
ted research activities.
High-quality, original contributions are
invited.Topics of interest for potential
paper submissions include (but are not
limited to) the following:
- Automated methods of geospatial
information extraction and change
detection using digital imagery;
- Image sequence analysis and video
processing for dynamic events;
- Spatiotemporal knowledge
management;
- Distributed computing for geospatial
applications;
- Semantic and geometric integration
of heterogeneous spatial information
and sources;
- Spatial and spatiotemporal data
mining, queries, and content-based
information retrieval methods;
- Digital libraries and Web-based
geospatial environments;
- Mobile computing and location-
based services;
- Handling data quality and uncertainty
in geospatial information, including
modelling, propagation, visualisation
and communication.
If you are interested in submitting a
paper, please e-mail: questionsNG2I@
spatial.maine.edu for information on
deadlines and formats.
2004 ACM SIGMOD International
Conference on Management of
Data
Maison de la Chimie, Paris,
France 13-18 June 2004
http://www.sciences.univ-nantes.fr/
irin/SIGMODPODS04/
The annual ACM SIGMOD conference
is a leading forum for database resear-
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chers, practitioners, developers and
users to explore cutting-edge ideas
and to exchange techniques, tools
and experiences.
Submissions are invited for original
research contributions and industrial
papers, as well as proposals for panels,
tutorials and demonstrations.Work on
topics of emerging interest in the rese-
arch and development communities is
particularly encouraged.
Important areas of interest include (but
are not limited to) the following:
- organising and querying information
on the Web;
- integration of text, data, code
and streams;
- large-scale information fusion;
peer-to-peer data management;
- knowledge discovery;
- personalised information systems;
- data privacy and trustworthy systems;
- new user interfaces;
- embedded and self-organising
databases.
For more information, visit:
http://www.sciences.univnantes.fr/irin/
SIGMODPODS04/SIGMODcfp.html
Salzburg Research
Project co-ordinator
John Pereira
john.pereira@salzburgresearch.at
Guntram Geser
guntram.geser@salzburgresearch.at
HATII
- Humanities Advanced
Technology and Information
Institute, University of Glasgow
Seamus Ross
s.ross@hatii.arts.gla.ac.uk
Martin Donnelly
m.donnelly@hatii.arts.gla.ac.uk
Daisy Abbott
d.abbott@hatii.arts.gla.ac.uk