By Antony Galton (auth.), Walter Kuhn, Michael F. Worboys, Sabine Timpf (eds.)
COSIT,theseriesofConferencesonSpatialInformationTheory,hasbeenaround for greater than ten years. Its hallmarks are a fruitful interdisciplinary discussion among computational and human views on spatio-temporal details and an intensive evaluate approach that selects the simplest papers whereas giving all - thors exact suggestions on the right way to enhance their paintings. a transparent pro?le of the COSIT group has emerged from the sequence of convention court cases, all released as Springer Lecture Notes in machine technological know-how, and from the consistent with- nent site at http://www. cosit. information, containing hyperlinks to the convention sites and complaints, a background and software of the sequence, an effect examine, interviews with individuals, and images. The court cases of this 6th convention supply considerable proof that COSIT is fit and maturing, whereas maintaining its adolescence. Out of the sixty one submissions, this system committee chosen 26 papers for presentation, in discussions in accordance with at the very least 3 double-blind reports and a number of meta-review from computing device participants for every paper. Classical COSIT topics, equivalent to spatial reasoning (about distances and instructions, areas and shapes) or vagueness are being f- ther re?ned; themes like way?nding and landmarks are boosted via new synergies betweencognitiveandcomputationalapproaches;andthestudyofontologiesfor area and time, a subject matter because the ?rst COSIT, is gaining extra depth.
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Au Abstract. This paper describes categories for landscape elements in the language of the Yindjibarndi people, a community of Indigenous Australians. Yindjibarndi terms for topographic features were obtained from dictionaries, and augmented and refined through discussions with local language experts in the Yindjibarndi community. In this paper, the Yindjibarndi terms for convex landforms and for water bodies are compared to English-language terms used to describe the Australian landscape, both in general terms and in the AUSLIG Gazetteer.
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Comparison of Water Terms and Categories. AUSLIG category LAKE Language Terms English: Yindjibarndi: lake, tarn, loch, lough (some yinda are large enough to be considered to be lakes in English) SOAK English: Yindjibarndi: native well, soak, soakage yurrama SPRG English: Yindjibarndi: spring, pool spring, hotsprings, mineral spring jinbi (permanent spring) STRM English: stream, brook, watercourse, anabranch, backwash, backwater, run, creek, river, gully, rivulet, beck, backwater, burn Wundu (riverbed), yijirdi (small stream of water), garga (gully) Yindjibarndi: WRFL English: Yindjibarndi: waterfall, cascade, cataract, falls, rapids (no Yindjibarndi term for waterfall, however yijirdi is used for a small running stream of water over rocks) WTRH English: Yindjibarndi: waterhole, lagoon, hole, pool, washpool, billabong, oxbow yinda Fig.
Spatial Information Theory. Foundations of Geographic Information Science: International Conference, COSIT 2003, Kartause Ittingen, Switzerland, September 24-28, 2003. Proceedings by Antony Galton (auth.), Walter Kuhn, Michael F. Worboys, Sabine Timpf (eds.)