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New Research Directions for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency: Workshop Report –APPENDIX B– PRESENTERS TO THE WORKSHOP The following individuals provided written or oral input to the workshop: White Paper Authors Calibration of the Aerial Photogrammetric System Dean Merchant, Ohio State University Remote Sensing: An Overview Russell G. Congalton, University of New Hampshire Cartographic Research in the United States: Current Trends and Future Directions Robert McMaster, University of Minnesota A Brief History of Satellite Geodesy – October 4, 1957 to Present Lewis Lapine, South Carolina Geodetic Survey Geospatial Analysis Luc Anselin, Arizona State University The white papers are available on request from the Board on Earth Sciences and Resources. Speakers Geospatially Enabled Network Analysis Kathleen Carley, Carnegie Mellon Advanced Sensors and Information Extraction: Synergies for Optical Sensing Melba Crawford, Purdue University Proactive and Predictive Visual Analytics David Ebert, Purdue University
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New Research Directions for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency: Workshop Report Spatial Information Extraction from Imagery: Recent Trends in Geomatics Clive Fraser, University of Melbourne Cartographic Research in the United States: Current Trends and Future Directions Robert McMaster, University of Minnesota Data and Visual Analytics for Information Fusion Haesun Park, Georgia Tech Technosocial Predictive Analysis: Bridging the Gap between Human Judgment and Machine Reasoning Antonio Sanfillipo, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Participatory Urban Data Collection: Planning and Optimization Cyrus Shahabi, University of Southern California An Optimist’s 20-Year Look-ahead at Geodesy and Geophysics Dru Smith, NOAA NGS National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Greg Smith, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency GIS as Geospatial Inspiration May Yuan, University of Oklahoma