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Geospatial Knowledge Infrastructures Workshop

Original Event Webpage: www.nesc.ac.uk/esi/events/832/

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- Day 1 09:10 - Novel Methods for Sharing and Integrating Web-based Data. Jonathan Rees Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (1.72 MB)
- Day 1 10:05 - Managing Geospatial Knowledge in Contextualized Information Spaces. Arno Scharl Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (2.14 MB)
- Day 1 11:15 - Linking Data on the Semantic Web? Giovanni Tummarello PowerPoint Format [PPT] (3.93 MB)
- Day 1 14:00 - Semantic Trust in Scientific Data Sharing. Joshua Lieberman Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (5.54 MB)
- Day 1 15:15 - Spatio-temporal ontologies for the semantic discovery of geo-resources. Thomas Bittner PowerPoint Format [PPT] (2.60 MB)
- Day 2 09:15 - Towards a geosemantic infrastructure: the need for end-user tools. Rob Lemmens Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (2.44 MB)
- Day 2 10:00 - Ontology based discovery and annotation of resources in geospatial applications. Ulrich Bugel Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (1.61 MB)
- Day 2 11:15 - Geospatial Semantics Research at Ordnance Survey. Ian Holt PowerPoint Format [PPT] (3.51 MB)
- Day 2 12:00 - An Ontology Based Approach to Assigning Sensors to Tasks. Alun Preece Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (2.50 MB)
- Day 2 14:00 - Geo-annotations in Semantic Digital Libraries. Maciej Dabrowski PowerPoint Format [PPT] (22.24 MB)
- Day 2 14:45 - Authoring an ontology of place semantics using volunteered geographic information. Alistair Edwardes PowerPoint Format [PPT] (7.53 MB)
- Day 2 16:15 - Expressing the Semantics of Geographic Information and Processes. Yang Ou PowerPoint Format [PPT] (3.70 MB)
- Day 2 16:15 - Semantic Web Spatial Rule Language and Engine. Phil Smart Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (0.90 MB)
- Workshop Programme and Abstracts Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (0.07 MB)


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