(In conjunction with GIScience 2014)

**NEW** CFP for Special Issue in IJGIS

 

AMD 2014 Program

This full day workshop aims to serve as a platform to discuss the recent trends in the study of movement and novel methods for analyzing and contextualizing movement data. The workshop’s focus is on, but not limited to, topics concerning analysis, modeling, and representation of movement patterns. Invited keynote talks will be given by Francesca Cagnacci (Fondazione Edmund Mach) and Patrick Laube (Zurich University of Applied Sciences). The workshop will cover research on any type of movement data from different domains such as transportation (e.g., vehicles, pedestrians), movement ecology (e.g. plants, animals), and environmental hazards (e.g. hurricanes, wildfire, oil spills).

Examples of topics of particular interest include:

  • Analyzing movement patterns using external influences (e.g. environment, geographic context)
  • Analyzing interactions between moving entities
  • Simulation and agent-based modeling of movement
  • Cross-scale movement pattern analysis
  • Entity behavior as a driver for patterns of movement

A special issue with the same aims and scope as the workshop will be published in the International Journal of Geographical Information Science.

Workshop registration fees are 80 € (50 € for students, see here).

****UPDATE****

Francesca Cagnacci’s keynote talk is titled ‘Lost in space? Figuring out the spatio-temporal scale of movement processes.’

Patrick Laube’s keynote talk is titled ‘The low hanging fruit is gone – Achievements and Challenges of Computational Movement Analysis.

Papers accepted for oral presentation (click on title to see extended abstract):

1. Designing Interactive Graphics for Exploring Sea-Bird Foraging Trips

R. Henkin, A. Slingsby and E. E. van Loon

2. Hierarchical Testing of Individual-Based Models to Determine Effective Environmental Drivers of Movement

G. Bohrer, P. S. A. Beck, H. L. A. Bartlam-Brooks, S. M. Ngene

3. Fast Trajectory Classification: Linking (Aerial) Movement with Operational Patterns

J. Kapser

4. Extraction of movement features for cross-scale behavioral classification

A. Soleymani, R. Weibel

5. Decentralized algorithms and simulations for detecting and monitoring convoys

M. Duckham, J. Yeoman

6. Movement Pattern Analysis in ‘Smart Cities’

S. Z. Nielsen

7. An Index for Characterzing Spatial Bursts of Movements: A Case Study with Geo-Located Twitter Data

E.-K. Kim, A. M. MacEachren

8. An Ontology-based Framework for Modeling Movement on a Smart Campus

J. Fan, K. Stewart

9. Kinematic Path Interpolation and Extensions to Time Geography

J. A. Long

10. Quantifying the interactions between eye and mouse movements on spatial visual interfaces through trajectory visualisations

U. Demšar, A. Çöltekin

Accepted posters:

1. TrajAnalyst: Matching Data to Trajectory Analysis Modules via a Conceptual Framework

S. Gao, J-A Yang, K. Janowicz, Y. Hu, B. Yan

2. Linking automobile trajectories and fuel consumption

P. Ranacher, S. Reich

3. Spatial-temporal Patterns of Production Assets in an Indoor Production Environment

S. Schabus, J. Scholz, A. Skupin

4. Spatiotemporal modelling of physical activity for understanding function, disability and health

G. Sinha, B. Ragan, C. Howe, B. J. Kronenfeld

5. Insight into Animal Movement Data Using Machine Learning T echniques

M. Teimouri, H. Tveite

6. Large-Scale Indoor Movement Analysis: The data, the context and the analytical challenges

M. Tomko, Y. Ren, K. Ong, F. Salim, M. Sanderson

7. Combining Spatial and Network Analysis: A Case Study of the GoMore Network

K. Lyndegaard

 

For more information, please contact Somayeh Dodge or Jennifer Miller

 

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