C List of White Papers Prepared for the Workshop

Arge, Lars. “Some Algorithmic Research Challenges and Opportunities in Geospatial Applications.” Duke University.

Armstrong, Marc P. “The Four Way Intersection of Geospatial Information and Information Technology.” University of Iowa.

Conrad, Eric R. “Developing Digital Neural Networks for Worldwide Disease Tracking and Prevention.” Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.

Gahegan, Mark. “Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery in the Geographical Domain.” Pennsylvania State University.

Golledge, Reginald G. “Expanding Computer Interfaces Beyond Visualization.” University of California, Santa Barbara.

Gunopulos, Dimitrios. “Data Mining Techniques for Geospatial Applications.” University of California, Riverside.

Heidemann, John, and Nirupama Bulusu. “Using Geospatial Information in Sensor Networks.” University of Southern California, Information Sciences Institute.

Kottman, Cliff. “Trends in the Intersection of GIS and IT.” Open GIS Consortium.

Mehrotra, Sharad, Iosif Lazaridis, and Kriengkrai Porkaew.* “Situational Awareness over Large Spatio-Temporal Databases.” University of California, Irvine; *King Mongkut’s University of Technology, Thonburi, Thailand.

NOTE: The white papers listed are available at <http://www.cstb.org/web/project_geospatial_papers>.



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C List of White Papers Prepared for the Workshop Arge, Lars. “Some Algorithmic Research Challenges and Opportunities in Geospatial Applications.” Duke University. Armstrong, Marc P. “The Four Way Intersection of Geospatial Information and Information Technology.” University of Iowa. Conrad, Eric R. “Developing Digital Neural Networks for Worldwide Disease Tracking and Prevention.” Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. Gahegan, Mark. “Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery in the Geographical Domain.” Pennsylvania State University. Golledge, Reginald G. “Expanding Computer Interfaces Beyond Visualization.” University of California, Santa Barbara. Gunopulos, Dimitrios. “Data Mining Techniques for Geospatial Applications.” University of California, Riverside. Heidemann, John, and Nirupama Bulusu. “Using Geospatial Information in Sensor Networks.” University of Southern California, Information Sciences Institute. Kottman, Cliff. “Trends in the Intersection of GIS and IT.” Open GIS Consortium. Mehrotra, Sharad, Iosif Lazaridis, and Kriengkrai Porkaew.* “Situational Awareness over Large Spatio-Temporal Databases.” University of California, Irvine; *King Mongkut’s University of Technology, Thonburi, Thailand. NOTE: The white papers listed are available at <http://www.cstb.org/web/project_geospatial_papers>.

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Morehouse, Scott. “Research Needs in Geographic Information Systems/Computer Science.” Environmental Systems Research Institute. Nusser, Sarah M. “Challenges in Geospatial Information Technologies for Field Survey Data Collection.” Iowa State University. Nyerges, Timothy L. “Research Needs for Participatory, Geospatial Decision Support: Linked Representations for Sustainability Modeling.” University of Washington. Pang, Alex. “Visualizing Uncertainty in Geospatial Data.” University of California, Santa Cruz. Reynales, Tad. “Priorities for Ubiquitous Wireless Network Technology and New Image Data Storage Technology.” GlobeXplorer, Inc. Ribarsky, William. “Towards the Visual Earth.” GVU Center, Georgia Institute of Technology. Rosenblum, Lawrence. “Geospatial Requirements for Mobile Augmented Reality Systems.” Naval Research Laboratory. Wolfson, Ouri. “The Opportunities and Challenges of Location Information Management.” University of Illinois, Chicago. Yuan, May. “Research Challenges and Opportunities on Geospatial Representation and Data Structure.” University of Oklahoma.