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Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

F. Karimipour, M. Delavar:
"Extension of Spatial Operations for Multi-Dimensional GIS";
Talk: Colloquium Andrew U. Frank 2008, Vienna; 2008-06-30 - 2008-07-01; in: "Proceedings of the Colloquium for Andrew U. Frank's Birthday 2008", G. Navratil (ed.); Geoinfo Series, 39 (2008), ISBN: 978-3-901716-41-6; 125 - 129.



English abstract:
Extension of spatial operations to support 3D and temporal objects
is an essential requirement toward a multi-dimensional GIS.
Current approach is extending each spatial operation to a new
multi-dimensional space with the least increase in complexity and
speed based on the characteristics of the operation at hand as well
as the destination space. Such operation- and dimensiondependent
view points have led to technical solutions which can
not be generalized. This research hypothesizes that studying
spatial operations via their dimension-independent properties can
bridge the artificial gap created in implementing a spatial
operation for static 2D, static 3D, moving 2D and moving 3D
objects. Algebraic structures - and specifically category theory -
play the role of an integrating framework for the research.


Electronic version of the publication:
http://publik.tuwien.ac.at/files/PubDat_121284.pdf


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