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By Cosimo Stallo, Marina Ruggieri, Sabino Cacucci, Donatella Dominici (auth.), Vasily Popovich, Christophe Claramunt, Manfred Schrenk, Kyrill Korolenko (eds.)

The Workshop complaints mirror difficulties of complicated geo-information technological know-how with a distinct emphasis on environmental and concrete demanding situations. The complaints contain papers provided by means of top scientists doing learn on environmental matters from modeling to research, info processing and visualization. in addition to practitioners engaged in GIS and GIS functions improvement. The lawsuits pay shut consciousness to the issues of clinical and technological ideas to boot software possibilities corresponding to getting environmental and worldwide warming difficulties lower than keep watch over, in addition to the tracking, making plans and simulation of city structures with recognize to financial traits as regarding: man made intelligence; GIS ontologies; GIS information integration and modeling; Environmental administration ; city GIS; Transportation GIS; GIS facts fusion; GIS and company details structures; GIS and real-time tracking platforms; GIS algorithms and computational concerns; panorama experiences; worldwide warming; GIS and the Arctic sea; Novel and rising GIS learn components; Maritime and environmental GIS; and Coastal GIS.

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2, 3). The map is generated based on data sets. Several sets may be used while solving certain tasks, such as sets containing sea and ground maps, vector graphs of satellite shots and drawn roads, and topographic maps with superimposed height nets. The sets are divisible by types, including vector, raster, and regular value matrices; each set has its own format. Object data contain knowledge about the dynamic information model of the subject area. The dynamic information model in the considered case is organized in accordance with a certain rules system totality of situation elements; at each time instance, it contains data matching factual parameters of the objects and medium of their functioning (Popovich et al.

Consistency of the main participants’ composition, in combination with progressive growth of the IF&GIS Program Committee, ensures preservation of the integrity and evolvement of the workshop’s subject concepts. The program committee has grown from seven members in 2003 to 44 members in 2011. Today, the program committee includes leading scientists and application specialists in the area of IGIS from all over the world, including representatives of St. Petersburg Institute for informatics and automation of Russian Academy of Sciences (SPIIRAS) and representatives of a wide range universities from USA, Canada, Sweden, France, Ireland, Belgium, Germany, Great Britain, Russia, Mexico, Poland, China, and Switzerland; representatives of research institutes and companies from Austria, Germany, USA, and Greece; and representatives of the Russian and French Naval Academies.

DBs and KBs and ontology subsystems require many kinds of services. A DB system is heterogeneous and as a rule is distributed inside a local or global network. Therefore, for every part of a DB, a particular kind of service should be selected. The DB environment forms unified data, information, and knowledge spaces. This is a key issue in developing large-scale practical applications and systems in IGIS. 3. End user’s services. The basis for the end user’s services is a web interface, except for real-time applications.

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