Special Issue "Geovisualization and Geo Visual Knowledge Discovery"
A special issue of ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information (ISSN 2220-9964).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 July 2021.
Interests: geospatial data analysis; geospatial visualization; machine learning; visual knowledge discovery; geospatila data fusion and conflation
Interests: geospatial big data; geospatial VR/AR/MR; 3D visualisation; integrated geospatial technologies data and systems; human–computer simbiosis; visual analytivs
Geovisualization has been in the forefront of GIS for years, with the focus on visualizing already discovered geospatial knowledge. The current trend is moving this domain towards integrated visual knowledge discovery by combining new developments in geospatial visualization, data fusion, and machine learning for multiple geospatial domains. This Special Issue invites papers in all these areas and their integration.
The specific topics of interest include but are not limited to the following:
- Geospatial visualization;
- Visual analytics and knowledge discovery;
- Visualization of high-dimensional geospatial data without loss of information;
- Interpretable machine learning to support geospatial big data application scenarios;
- Geospatial visualization to support smart cities;
- Geospatial data visualization to support the Internet of Things (IoT);
- Geospatial data processing to support 3D printed construction;
- Geospatial virtual, augmented, and mixed reality;
- Human–computer symbiosis to support efficient geospatial visualization;
- Geosensorics to support 4D geospatial analytics;
- Geospatial visualization in support of autonomous cars navigation;
- Geospatial visual analytics for GEOINT;
- Geospatial aspects of robotic agriculture application scenarios;
- Visual aids to support geospatial education in civil engineering, intel, and construction.
Prof. Dr. Boris Kovalerchuk
Dr. Eugene Levin
Manuscript Submission Information
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