Spatial Data Computation

Yong Feng yfeng at orca.st.usm.edu
Fri Oct 9 06:27:05 EST 1998


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	Call for Papers --- Special Session on 

		SPATIAL DATA COMPUTATION
                                                       
to be held at the
                                                               
FIRST SOUTHERN SYMPOSIUM ON COMPUTING
December 4-5, 1998
University of Southern Mississippi
Hattiesburg, Mississippi                                                               
http://pax.st.usm.edu/cmi/fscc98.html
                                                               
                                                               
The use of spatial data in computer systems is becoming more widespread as
the capabilities of desktop systems continue to expand at a phenomenal
rate. Uses for spatial data are almost unlimited and can include
applications such as mission planning for military systems, environmental
and health studies and business demographics, as well as a plethora of
others. Tools for manipulating and analyzing spatial data that is
geographical in nature usually fall under the general title of
Geographical Information Systems (GIS). The use of spatial data by
computers is uniquely challenging because continuous data must be
transformed to a discrete representation. Such a representation is by
necessity complex; thus issues of spatial data computation are also
complex. This session will emphasize algorithms and computational
techniques used in spatial data analysis and manipulation and GIS. 
Examples of relevant topics include, but are not limited to, geometric
computations, spatial indexing, visualization algorithms, and distributed
and/or parallel computing techniques as applied to spatial data. 

Deadlines:
Extended abstracts (1 page) due: October 31, 1998
Acceptance: November 15, 1998
Papers for proceedings: November 30, 1998

For further information, visit the conference web site given above, or
contact one of the session organizers: 
  
Fred Petry   			Maria Cobb  
Tulane University  		University of Southern Mississippi  
petry at eecs.tulane.edu		maria.cobb at usm.edu





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