Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

A. Abdalla, A. Frank:
"Towards the spatialization of PIM-tools";
Talk: GI Zeitgeist 2012, Muenster; 2012-05-16 - 2012-05-17; in: "Proceedings of the young reserachers forum on geographic information science", C. Krey, W. Kuhn, A. Schwering, E. Pebesma (ed.); ifgiPrints, Band 44/ Muenster (2012), ISBN: 978-3-89838-663-0; 105 - 110.

English abstract:
Personal Information Management is the study of how people store and
retrieve data for their purposes. Traditionally the data is stored in applications like calendars, todo-lists, address books, etc... These applications or PIM-tools do not take the spatial character of much of the information into account. But space, just as time plays a major role in the way we organize and utilize personal information.
In this paper we present ongoing research in which we try to identify a proper formalism for integrating space into PIM-tools. We therefore attempt to model an ordinary task from daily life experience and expect to find answers to the question of how and what to integrate into a system to move from a regular PIM-tool to a spatial-PIM.

personal information, planning, spatial information, calendar, tasks

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