Accepted Papers

GIScience 2018 Workshop on

Analysis of Movement Data (AMD’18)

28 August 2018, Melbourne, Australia

We are please to announce the list of accepted papers to be presented at the GIScience AMD 2018 workshop:

  • Predicting trajectories with probabilistic time geography and massive unconstrained movement data [pdf] by Anita Graser, Johanna Schmidt and Peter Widhalm.
  • A hybrid point-path approach for investigating interactions between pairs of moving objects [pdf] by Jennifer Miller
  • The Start-Stop Diagram as a Tool for Continuous Trajectory Simplification [pdf] by Mees van de Kerkhof, Marc van Kreveld, Maarten Löffler and Irina Kostitsyna
  • Absolute and Relative Movement Characterization: A Conceptual Movement Analysis Framework [pdf] by Saeed Rahimi, Antoni B. Moore and Peter A. Whigham
  • Recognizing Movement Patterns in Automatically Identified Tactical Situations of a Football Match [pdf] by Udo Feuerhake
  • A Novel Method for Activity Place Sensing Based on Behavior Pattern Mining Using Crowdsourcing Trajectory Data [pdf] by Wei Yang, Tinghua Ai, Wei Lu and Tong Zhang
  • Comparative mining and clustering of temporal route visit profiles [pdf] by Can Yang and Gyözö Gidófalvi
  • Proposal for capturing, quantifying and relating motion and movement based collective animal behavior to dynamic environmental variables: the case of reindeer and wind turbine operations [pdf] by Gyözö Gidofalvi
  • A Big Spatiotemporal Analytics Engine for Air Traffic Movement data [pdf] by Shaohua Wang, Zhong Ershun, Hao Lu, Weiying Yun and Wenwen Cai
  • Visualising seasonal space-time data of individual animals through an adaptively ordered space-time matrix [pdf] by Judith Rodda and Tony Moore