The following contributions have been accepted to the programme of GIScience2018, in their respective categories:

Full Papers

Acceptance rate:   18/46, 39%
(preliminary list, subject to camera-ready version submission and at least one author registered for the main conference, per paper)

  • Benjamin Niedermann, Johannes Oehrlein, Sven Lautenbach and Jan-Henrik Haunert: A network flow model for the analysis of green spaces in urban areas
  • Yingjie Hu and Krzysztof Janowicz: An empirical study on the names of points of interest and their changes with geographic distance
  • Ashwin Shashidharan, Ranga Raju Vatsavai, Derek Berkel and Ross Meentemeyer: FUTURES-AMR: Towards an Adaptive Mesh Refinement Framework for Geosimulations
  • David Amores, Maria Vasardani and Egemen Tanin: Early Detection of Herding Behaviour during Emergency Evacuations
  • Alan Murray, Xin Feng and Ali Shokoufandeh: Heterogeneous Skeleton for Summarizing Continuously Distributed Demand in a Region
  • Yan Li and Shashi Shekhar: Local Co-location Pattern Detection: A Summary of Results
  • Bo Yan, Krzysztof Janowicz, Gengchen Mai and Rui Zhu: xNet+SC: Classifying Places Based on Images by Incorporating Spatial Contexts
  • Rudra Ranajee Saha, Tanzima Hashem, Tasmia Shahriar and Lars Kulik: Continuous Obstructed Detour Queries
  • Alberto Belussi, Damiano Carra, Sara Migliorini, Mauro Negri and Giuseppe Pelagatti: What Makes Spatial Data Big? A Discussion on How to Partition Spatial Data
  • Joram Schito, Ulrike Wissen Hayek and Martin Raubal: Enhanced multi criteria decision analysis for planning power transmission lines
  • Sara Lafia, Andrew Turner and Werner Kuhn: Improving Discovery of Open Civic Data
  • Francis Harvey: Considerations of graphical proximity and geographical nearness
  • Paolo Fogliaroni, Dominik Bucher, Nikola Jankovic and Ioannis Giannopoulos: Intersections of Our World
  • Joseph Tuccillo: Using High Demographic Resolution Indicators to Measure Social Vulnerability to Environmental Hazards
  • Filip Krumpe: Labeling Points of Interest in Dynamic Maps using Disk Labels
  • Markus Kattenbeck, Eva Nuhn and Sabine Timpf: Is salience robust? A heterogeneity analysis of survey ratings
  • Yann Meneroux, Hiroshi Kanasugi, Guillaume Saint Pierre, Arnaud Le Guilcher, Sebastien Mustiere, Ryosuke Shibasaki and Yugo Kato: Detection and Localization of Traffic Signals with GPS Floating Car Data and Random Forest
  • Myeong-Hun Jeong, Junjun Yin and Shaowen Wang: Outliers Detection and Comparison of Origin-Destination Flows with Data Depth