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Proceedings of the 2010 Workshop on Geographic Information Retrieval

Fullname:Proceedings of the 6th Workshop on Geographic Information Retrieval
Editors:Ross Purves; Paul Clough; Chris Jones
Location:Zurich, Switzerland
Dates:2010-Feb-18 to 2010-Feb-19
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISBN: 1-60558-826-1, 978-1-60558-826-1; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: GIR10
Papers:24
Pages:130
  1. Ontologies and natural language
  2. Georeferencing
  3. Geographic queries
  4. Toponym detection and vernacular names
  5. Scope and time
  6. Annotation, relevance ranking and evaluation

Ontologies and natural language

Linkable geographic ontologies BIBAKFull-Text 1
  Francisco J. Lopez-Pellicer; Mário J. Silva; Marcirio Chaves
Towards mapping of alpine route descriptions BIBAKFull-Text 2
  Michael Piotrowski; Samuel Läubli; Martin Volk
Unnamed locations, underspecified regions, and other linguistic phenomena in geographic annotation of water-based locations BIBAKFull-Text 3
  Johannes Leveling
An ontology of place and service types to facilitate place-affordance geographic information retrieval BIBAKFull-Text 4
  Ahmed N. Alazzawi; Alia I. Abdelmoty; Christopher B. Jones

Georeferencing

Towards automated georeferencing of Flickr photos BIBAKFull-Text 5
  Olivier Van Laere; Steven Schockaert; Bart Dhoedt
Geotagging: using proximity, sibling, and prominence clues to understand comma groups BIBAKFull-Text 6
  Michael D. Lieberman; Hanan Samet; Jagan Sankaranayananan
Evaluation of georeferencing BIBAKFull-Text 7
  Richard Tobin; Claire Grover; Kate Byrne; James Reid; Jo Walsh

Geographic queries

A GIR architecture with semantic-flavored query reformulation BIBAKFull-Text 8
  Nuno Cardoso; Mário J. Silva
OGC catalog service for heterogeneous earth observation metadata using extensible search indices BIBAKFull-Text 9
  Isao Kojima; Masahiro Kimoto; Akiyoshi Matono
TWinner: understanding news queries with geo-content using Twitter BIBAKFull-Text 10
  Satyen Abrol; Latifur Khan
Getting context on the go: mobile urban exploration with ambient tag clouds BIBAKFull-Text 11
  Matthias Baldauf; Rainer Simon

Toponym detection and vernacular names

Geographical classification of documents using evidence from Wikipedia BIBAKFull-Text 12
  Rafael Odon de Alencar; Clodoveu Augusto, Jr. Davis; Marcos André Gonçalves
Images and perceptions of neighbourhood extents BIBAKFull-Text 13
  Paul Clough; Robert Pasley
A web platform for the evaluation of vernacular place names in automatically constructed gazetteers BIBAKFull-Text 14
  Florian A. Twaroch; Christopher B. Jones
Grounding toponyms in an Italian local news corpus BIBAKFull-Text 15
  Davide Buscaldi; Bernardo Magnini

Scope and time

Extraction and exploration of spatio-temporal information in documents BIBAKFull-Text 16
  Jannik Strötgen; Michael Gertz; Pavel Popov
Leveraging back-of-the-book indices to enable spatial browsing of a historical document collection BIBAKFull-Text 17
  Michael Piotrowski
Using the geographic scopes of web documents for contextual advertising BIBAKFull-Text 18
  Ivo Anastácio; Bruno Martins; Pável Calado
Geographic signatures for semantic retrieval BIBAKFull-Text 19
  David S. Batista; Mário J. Silva; Francisco M. Couto; Bibek Behera

Annotation, relevance ranking and evaluation

Annotating data to support decision-making: a case study BIBAKFull-Text 20
  Carla Geovana N. Macário; Jefersson A. dos Santos; Claudia Bauzer Medeiros; Ricardo da S. Torres
Learning to rank for geographic information retrieval BIBAKFull-Text 21
  Bruno Martins; Pável Calado
Spatial diversity, do users appreciate it? BIBAKFull-Text 22
  Jiayu Tang; Mark Sanderson
A probabilistic model of geographic relevance BIBAKFull-Text 23
  Stefano De Sabbata; Tumasch Reichenbacher
How geographic was GikiCLEF?: a GIR-critical review BIBAKFull-Text 24
  Diana Santos; Nuno Cardoso; Luís Miguel Cabral