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Session 1

Imagine Tomorrow, Today
Rolf Kemmling (Autodesk)
[ABSTRACT: PDF]

WebGIS for urban information management - Hamburg's approach for integrating WebGIS in E-government infrastructures
Sascha Tegtmeyer (State Enterprise Geoinformation and Surveying of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg)
[EXTENDED ABSTRACT: PDF]

Session 2

Employing Design Patterns for Geovisualization
Larissa Pschetz, Tina-Deiml-Seibt, Christian Behrens & Frank Heidmann (University of Applied Sciences Potsdam)
[ABSTRACT: PDF] [SLIDES: PDF]

Augmented Reality and Urban GIS: towards closing the loop between acquisition and visualization of geographical data
Guillaume Moreau (Ecole Centrale de Nantes)
[ABSTRACT: PDF] [SLIDES: PDF]

SUBVISION: Mixed Reality Visualization and Monitoring of Hidden Infrastructures in Urban Environments
Volker Paelke (Leibniz University of Hannover)
[ABSTRACT: PDF] [SLIDES: PDF]

Session 3

A High-Resolution Representation of n-Dimensional Geographic Space
André Skupin & Aude Esperbé (San Diego State University)
[ABSTRACT: PDF]

Describing the space and place of digital cities through volunteered geographic information
Ross Purves, Jason Dykes, Alistair Edwardes, Livia Hollenstein, David Mueller & Jo Wood (University of Zurich / City University London)
[ABSTRACT: PDF]

Virtual Cities 2.0: Generating web-based 3D city models and landscapes based on free and user generated data (OpenStreetMap)
N. Neubauer, M. Over, A. Schilling, A. Zipf (University of Bonn)
[SHORT PAPER: PDF] [FIG1: JPG] [FIG2: JPG] [FIG3: JPG] [FIG4: JPG] [SLIDES: PDF]

Session 4

Exploration and visualisation of information in the historic 3D city model of Solothurn
Susanne Bleisch, Andreas Barmettler & Stephan Nebiker (University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland)
[ABSTRACT: PDF] [WEBLINK...] [SLIDES: PDF]

Inventing a University City: Visualizing Planning and Politics in Umea, 1950-1975
Rolf Hugoson & Fredrik Palm (Umeå University)
[ABSTRACT: PDF] [SLIDES: PPT]

Integrating uncertainty information into the process of visual change analysis based on remotely sensed scenes
Jochen Schiewe & Anna-Lena Kornfeld (HafenCity University Hamburg) [ABSTRACT: PDF] [SLIDES: PDF]

Session 5

Virtual 3D City Models as Computation Tools
Jürgen Döllner (University of Potsdam)
[ABSTRACT: PDF]

The Level of Abstraction, Information Density and Storage Capacity for 3D City Model Visualizations
M. Jahnke, J.M. Krisp, L. Meng (Technical University of Munich)
[ABSTRACT: PDF] [SLIDES: PDF]

Towards Integrating Feature Surface Properties into 3D GIS
Haik Lorenz & Jürgen Döllner (University of Potsdam)
[ABSTRACT: PDF] [SLIDES: PDF]

Google Earth based visualization of Dutch land use change scenario studies
R. van Lammeren, M. Hilferink, M. van Beek, A. Bergsma, B.van Bemmel & A. Bouman (Wageningen University)
[PAPER:PDF] [SLIDES: PDF]

Session 6

Analysing and Mapping Crime Data using three-dimensional Geovirtual Urban Environments
Markus Wolff & Hartmut Asche (University of Potsdam)
[ABSTRACT: PDF]

From Global Consequences to Local Responsibility in Energy Consumption and Consumer Behaviour
Lars Bodum & Erik Kjems (Aalborg University)
[ABSTRACT: PDF] [SLIDES: PDF]

Visualization of Human Space Appropriation in Urban Public Parks
Frank Ostermann (University of Zurich)
[ABSTRACT: PDF] [SLIDES: PDF]

 

 

Session 7

Exploration and analysis of digital footprints through interactive visualization
Ayman Moghnieh, Fabien Girardin, David Lu, Carlo Ratti & Josep Blat (MIT; Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
[ABSTRACT: PDF] [SLIDES: PDF]

The cartographic visualization of urban sounds
Anna-Lena Kornfeld (HafenCity University Hamburg)
[ABSTRACT: PDF] [SLIDES: PDF]

Representation if thermal numeric information on three-dimensional building facades
Holger Kumke (Technical University of Munich)
[ABSTRACT: PDF]

Session 8

Visualization of three-dimensional GIS objects using rapid prototyping
Wolf-Dieter Rase (German Federal Research Institute for Building, Urban and Regional Planning)
[PAPER: PDF] [SLIDES: PDF]

Introducing level of detail to 3D thematic maps
Billur Engin (Koc University), Selim Balcisoy & Burcin Bozkaya (both Sabanci University)
[PAPER: PDF] [SLIDES: PDF] [WEBLINK TO VIDEO]

Information Aggregation: Automatized Construction of Chorematic Diagrams
Andreas Reimer (Humboldt University Berlin) & Doris Dransch (German Research Centre for Geosciences)
[PAPER: PDF]

Session 9

Procedural Facade Textures for 3D City Models
Jürgen Bogdahn & Volker Coors (University of Applied Sciences, Stuttgart)
[ABSTRACT: PDF] [SLIDES: PDF] [VIDEO1: WMA] [VIDEO2: WMA]

Smart point clouds in virtual globes - a new paradigm in city modeling?
Stephan Nebiker, Martin Christen & Susanne Bleisch (University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland)
[ABSTRACT: PDF] [SLIDES: PPT]

Building a Visual Summary of Multiple Trajectories
Natalia Andrienko & Gennady Andrienko (Fraunhofer Institute IAIS)
[ABSTRACT: PDF] [SLIDES: PPT]

Georeferencing Objects in Geographic Reference Interface for Internet Networks
Jan Kolar & Wan Wen (Aalborg University)
[PAPER: PDF] [SLIDES: PDF]

Session 10

Impact of restricted display size on spatial knowledge acquisition in the context of pedestrian navigation
Georg Gartner (Vienna University of Technology)
[ABSTRACT: PDF]

The influence of dimension, abstraction level, and map orientation on generic process and perception of cartographic products of urban areas
Christian Dette (Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg)
[ABSTRACT: PDF]

Interactive Focus+Context Visualization of spatiotemporal urban data models
Alexandre Carvalho, A. Augusto Sousa, Cristina Ribeiro, Emília Costa, Wagner Francim (University of Porto)
[ABSTRACT: PDF] [SLIDES: PDF]

Session 11

The Role of Layout and Order in Treemaps for Showing Spatial and Temporal Variation in House Prices
Aidan Slingsby, Jason Dykes, Jo Wood & Andrew Crooks (City University London; University College London)
[ABSTRACT: PDF] >[WEBLINK...]

Integration and Visualization of dynamic Sensor Data into 3D Spatial Data Infrastructures in a standardized way
Christian Mayer & Alexander Zipf (University of Bonn)
[PAPER: PDF] [SLIDES: PPS]

Potentials and Challenges of Service-Oriented 3D Geovisualization
Dieter Hildebrandt & Jürgen Döllner (University of Potsdam)
[ABSTRACT: PDF]

Session 12

Analytical Visualization Framework - a visual data processing and knowledge discovery system
Ivan Denisovich & Serge Shumilov (University of Bonn)
[ABSTRACT: PDF] [SLIDES: PPT]

Adapting and Extending Cartographic Methodology for Accessing and Presenting Multidimensional Geodata Related to Settled Areas
Lorenz Hurni (ETH Zurich)
[ABSTRACT: PDF] [SLIDES: PDF]

The national atlas in a world of change - design questions
Menno-Jan Kraak (International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation)
[ABSTRACT: PDF] [SLIDES: PDF]

 

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