Two new papers:
(1) Mennis, J.L., Peuquet, D.J. and Guo, D., Representing multiple levels
of abstraction in GIS using object-oriented techniques, and (2) Peuquet,
D.J. and Guo, D., Mining
spatial data using an interactive rule-based approach, presented
at GIScience 2000: The First International Conference on Geographic
Information Science. Univerrsity of California Regents, Savannah, GA,
Oct. 28-31, 2000
New Paper entitled:
Visualization: Enabling shared understanding of environmental processes,
presented at the IEEE Information Visualization Symposium in Salt Lake
City, Utah, Oct. 2000. Read
it here first!
Authors: Brewer, I., A. M. MacEachren, H. Abdo, J. Gundrum, and G. Otto.
in press. (In PDF format)
for knowledge construction: Developing
a DX-Tcl/Tk interface
Plots Research: Everything
you'll ever need to know. Be sure to try out the interactive "Tclets".
We are offering a sneak peak at our latest Apoala effort. Look for the
paper Constructing Knowledge
from Multivariate Spatiotemporal Data in an upcoming issue of
a road map through the jargon? Have a look at our online glossary.
Virtual Tour have been added! See the latest exhibit now.
For a brief outline
on some other projects, click here.
is composed of three primary interrelated research areas: (1) space-time
database modeling and analysis techniques, (2) space-time visualization,
and (3) parallel computing techniques. Although all three components
of the project have independent utility, the principle contribution
of this research will be the basis it establishes for building integrated
Temporal Geographic Information and Visualization systems (TGIS/geovisualization)
that will support a full range of environmental science and decision