ICT-ENSURE Information System on Literature in the Field of ICT for Environmental Sustainability

ICT-ENSURE Information System on Literature in the Field of ICT for Environmental Sustainability ICT-ENSURE Information System on Literature in the Field of ICT for Environmental Sustainability European Commission European Commission CORDIS Seventh Framework Programme KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Graz University of Technology, Knowledge Management Institute International Society for Environmental Protection
Full text search fulltext search
Hints for fulltext search
  • Use AND or && if the terms shall both be contained
  • Use OR if at least of the terms shall be contained
  • Use "..." (quotes) to group multiple words
  • Use * (asterisk) for wildcards
  • Use NOT or - (minus) if the term shall not be contained
Note: These commands are case-sensitive
Search by criteria

Drowning in Geospatial Point Data: A Pattern Based Approach

Authors
Waldvogel , Bettina (Eidg. Forschungsanstalt WSL)
Search for Bettina Waldvogel in Research Programmes Information System
Wotruba, Lukas (Eidg. Forschungsanstalt WSL)
Search for Lukas Wotruba in Research Programmes Information System
Müller, Kalin (Eidg. Forschungsanstalt WSL)
Search for Kalin Müller in Research Programmes Information System
Bischof, Sandro (Eidg. Forschungsanstalt WSL)
Search for Sandro Bischof in Research Programmes Information System
Chapter Software Tools and Databases
Volume Integration of Environmental Information in Europe
Conference 24th International Conference on Informatics for Environmental Protection in Cooperation with InterGeo2010
Cologne/Bonn, 2010
Year 2010
Abstract of the Article
Collecting, storing and archiving data are well understood processes. However, it is not trivial do decide, in which form and how much of the data should be presented to the user. More is not always better. The purpose of this contribution is to present a new way to focus on the basic need for simple answers to simple queries. In this paper three query-patterns are described, which help to reduce the information flood and enhance the usability. The amounts of point data we talk about are rather large for geo-data processing, in particular they are very large in terms of human perception. It is found that the presented patterns can reduce the amount of data by several orders of magnitude by focusing on areas and species of particular interest.
Pages 744 - 753
Cite Download cite reference as: RIS | EndNote | BibTeX
Download Go to fulltext article (external link)
Download article from the web site of:
Server of Fachgruppe Umweltinformatik of the Gesellschaft für Informatik
(this is an external link, please check the Legal Notice on the bottom of the page)

Version 1.2 © 2008-2018 ICT-ENSURE consortium.

If you encounter any errors, please feel encouraged to contact us via e-mail.

ict-ensureiaifzkde