Special Issue "Spatial Databases: Design, Management, and Knowledge Discovery"
A special issue of ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information (ISSN 2220-9964).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 November 2019
Dr. Andreas Züfle
George Mason University, Department of Geography and Geoinformation Science, Fairfax, United States
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Interests: spatial data science, geographic information systems; data mining and machine learning, spatial index structures and efficient algorithms, uncertain data, geospatial simulation, location-based social networks
The recent explosion in the amount of spatial data calls for specialized systems to manage, search, and mine very large sets of spatial and spatio-temporal data.
This data explosion is facilitated by the vast proliferation of devices such as smartphones, traffic cameras, space telescopes, and Earth observation satellites. For example, NASA’s Earth Observing System Data and Information System (EOSDIS) adds more than 6 TB of data to its archives every day and makes it available to scientists and researchers around the world. As another example, millions of geo-tagged tweets become available on the Twitter API every day.
To handle this data deluge, specialized systems are required to store this data, to make this data actionable for knowledge extraction, and to develop data-driven geo-information systems.
This Special Issue is dedicated to giving an overview of state-of-the-art spatial and spatio-temporal data management, as well as to exploring future trends of concepts, methods, implementations, validations, and applications. We call for original papers from researchers around the world that focus on topics including, but not limited to, the following:
- Big Spatial Data
- Computational Geometry
- Crowdsourcing Spatial Data
- Distributed and Parallel Algorithms
- Earth Observation Data Management
- Efficient Algorithms for GIS
- Geographic Information Systems
- Geospatial Information Retrieval
- Indoor Space
- Moving Objects Databases
- Parallel and Distributed Spatial Databases
- Privacy, Security, and Integrity in Spatial Databases
- Real Applications and Systems
- Recommendation Systems
- Spatial and Spatio-Temporal Data Acquisition
- Spatial Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery
- Spatial Database Design
- Spatial (Road) Networks
- Sensor Networks
- Similarity Searching
- Spatial Access Methods and Indexing
- Spatial Data Streams
- Spatial Database Design and Conceptual Modeling
- Spatio-Temporal and Temporal Databases
- Uncertain, Imprecise, and Probabilistic Data
- Urban Analytics and Mobility
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- spatial databases
- spatio-temporal data
- big spatial data
- data management
- spatial data mining
- spatial data science
- geographic information systems
- earth observation data
- social media data