Special issue on spatio-temporal theories and models for environmental, urban and social sciences: where do we stand ?
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This extensive editorial of this special journal issue follows a workshop organized in conjunction with the 11th International Conference on Spatial Information Theory (COSIT 2013) in September 2013 in Scarborough, UK. The objective of this international workshop was to bring together representatives from these different disciplinary communities, and integrate academics, students, and practitioners for a one-day workshop on spatiotemporal concepts and theories. This editorial introduces the special issue, the research objectives the workshop followed and some of the main contributions as well as the theoretical achievements and research perspectives left.
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TSATCHA, Dieudonné; SAUX, Eric; CLARAMUNT, Christophe (Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2013)This paper introduces an algorithm for retrieving semantic information from a maritime corpus. The method is based on Natural Language Processing (NPL) and combines a segmentation of large documents with principles of a ...
AFYOUNI, Imad; RAY, Cyril; CLARAMUNT, Christophe (2012-06)This paper surveys indoor spatial models developed for research fields ranging from mobile robot mapping, to indoor location-based services (LBS), and most recently to context-aware navigation services applied to indoor ...
AFYOUNI, Imad; RAY, Cyril; ILARRI, Sergio; CLARAMUNT, Christophe (Elsevier, 2014)Continuous location-dependent queries are key elements for the development of location-based and context aware services. While most works on location-dependent query processing have been mainly oriented towards outdoor ...
A spatio-temporal modelling approach for the study of the connectivity and accessibility of the Guangzhou metropolitan network CHEN, Shaopei; CLARAMUNT, Christophe; RAY, Cyril (Elsevier, 2014)The urban growth of large cities in China is at a critical stage with the booming of the economy and impressive increase of the population and traffic demand. This paper studies and qualifies the growth and accessibility ...
MASLOV, Nicolas; BROSSET, David; CLARAMUNT, Christophe; CHARPENTIER, Jean-Frederic (MDPI, 2014)The objective of this paper is to devise a strategy for developing a flexible tool to efficiently install a marine energy farm in a suitable area. The current methodology is applied to marine tidal current, although it can ...