February 22 – 24, 2006, Hanover, Germany
Geospatial data and processes can only be
fully understood when they are explored taking their thematic and
spatial multi-dimensionality into account. Furthermore, different scales
reveal different aspects of the underlying structures and processes that
are of crucial importance for all applications. These issues are
relevant for all kinds of spatial data, namely raster, vector and
surface data, but also verbal expressions. A topic of growing importance
is the availability of data and services via the internet.
intends to bring together researchers dealing with semantic and
geometric data integration, data representation in multiple
representation database structures, as well as generating and exploiting
the links between multiply represented objects.
Submission of full paper: 15. November 2005
Notification of acceptance: 20. December 2005
Submission of improved paper: 27. January 2006
Details can be found here.