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COSIT 2009 : Ninth International Conference on Spatial Information Theory


Conference Series : Conference On Spatial Information Theory
When Sep 21, 2009 - Sep 25, 2009
Where Aber Wrac'h, France
Submission Deadline Mar 2, 2009
Notification Due May 15, 2009
Final Version Due Jun 22, 2009

Call For Papers


COSIT 2009
Ninth International Conference on Spatial Information Theory
September 21-25, 2009
Aber Wrac'h, Brittany, France

General Chairs
Christophe Claramunt (Naval Academy Research Institute, France)
Michel Denis (University of Paris-Sud)
Program Chairs
Kathleen Stewart Hornsby (The University of Iowa)
G?rard Ligozat (University of Paris-Sud)

Full papers due 2 March 2009
Notification of acceptance 15 May 2009
Proposals for posters due 22 May 2009
Final camera-ready digital manuscripts due 22 June 2009
Author registration deadline 22 June 2009
Early registration deadline 22 June 2009

COSIT 2009 Workshops 21 September 2009
COSIT 2009 Technical Program 22-24 September 2009
COSIT 2009 Doctoral Colloquium 25 September 2009

The Tenth International Conference on Spatial Information Theory, COSIT 2009, is
concerned with theoretical aspects of space, time, and spatial information. Of special
interest are aspects of "large-scale" space, i.e. spaces too large to be apprehended at once
without technological aid. These include spaces of geographic and environmental scales
in which humans make decisions and carry out actions. Spatial information theory also
deals with the formal and natural description of processes and events in spatial
environments, thus providing a foundation for the design and construction of geographic
information systems (GIS) and for spatial information systems (SIS) in general.
Empirical investigations, formal models, and the use of spatial information technologies
reveal a large number of interesting research questions which require an interdisciplinary
approach for their solution. The COSIT conference series brings together researchers
from many disciplines and topics, in particular:

* Cognitive, Perceptual, and Environmental Psychology
* Geography and Geoinformation Science
* Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence, and Cognitive Science
* Engineering and Human Factors
* Cognitive Anthropology, Psycholinguistics and Linguistics
* Ontology of the Geospatial Domain
* Architecture, Planning, and Environmental Design

An idea of the conference's orientation can be gained from the previous COSIT
proceedings published by Springer-Verlag in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science
series. The following (non-exclusive) topics are indicative of the field of interest:

? activity-based models of spatial
? cognitive structure of spatial
? cooperative work with spatial
? events and processes in geographic
? incomplete or imprecise spatial
? languages of spatial relations
? naive geography/behavioral geography
? navigation by organisms and robots
? ontology of space
? presentation/communication of spatial
? quality issues in geographic
? semantics of geographic information
? social and cultural organization of
? spatial and temporal reasoning
? spatial and social networks
? spatial data integration/interoperability
? spatial decision-support systems
? structure of geographic information
? time in geographic information
? user-interface design/spatialization of
? virtual spaces

At the conference, results from recent research are presented and discussions about
advanced work in progress take place. An international and multidisciplinary program
committee establishes the conference program. Papers are selected through a rigorous
review of full paper contributions by internationally renowned reviewers, based on
relevance to the conference, intellectual quality, scientific significance, novelty, relation
to previously published literature, and clarity of presentation. The proceedings are
published by Springer-Verlag in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series by the
time of conference. COSIT is also intended as a forum where PhD students can meet,
present their research, and hold discussions with others at a similar stage in their careers.

Prospective authors must submit full papers in PDF format by the deadline above. Papers
should be original works by the authors, not be currently under review by another outlet,
and not submitted elsewhere prior to the notification date. Papers must be in English, and
formatted using the Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science style. For formatting
instructions, please refer to the information for authors of the Lecture Notes in Computer
Science ( by Springer. The total length of the paper must not
exceed 18 pages, including figures and bibliography; this is approximately 6000 words.

Anthony Cohn, University of Leeds
Michel Denis, LIMSI-CNRS, Paris
Matt Duckham, University of Melbourne
Max Egenhofer, University of Maine, Orono
Andrew Frank, Technical University Vienna
Christian Freksa, University of Bremen
Stephen Hirtle, University of Pittsburgh
Werner Kuhn, University of M?nster
Benjamin Kuipers, University of Texas, Austin
David Mark, SUNY Buffalo
Dan Montello, UCSB
Barry Smith, SUNY Buffalo
Sabine Timpf, University of Z?rich
Barbara Tversky, Stanford University
Stephan Winter, University of Melbourne
Michael Worboys , University of Maine, Orono


Pragya Agarwal, UK
Thomas Barkowsky, Germany
John Bateman, Germany
Brandon Bennett, UK
Michela Bertolotto, Ireland
Thomas Bittner, USA
Mark Blades, UK
Gilberto Camara, Brazil
Roberto Casati, France
Eliseo Clementini, Italy
Anthony Cohn, UK
Helen Couclelis, USA
Clare Davies, UK
Leila de Floriani, Italy
Matt Duckham, Australia
Geoffrey Edwards, Canada
Max Egenhofer, USA
Carola Eschenbach, Germany
Sara Fabrikant, Switzerland
Andrew Frank, Austria
Christian Freksa, Germany
Mark Gahegan, New Zealand
Antony Galton, UK
Chris Gold, UK
Reg Golledge, USA
Mary Hegarty, USA
Stephen Hirtle, USA
Gabriele Janzen, Netherlands
Christopher Jones, UK
Marinos Kavouras, Greece
Alexander Klippel, USA
Barry Kronenfeld, USA
Markus Knauff, Germany
Werner Kuhn, Germany
Lars Kulik, Australia
Michael Lutz, Italy
David Mark, USA
Damir Medak, Croatia
Harvey Miller, USA
Daniel Montello, USA
Bernard Moulin, Canada
Reinhard Moratz, USA
Gerhard Navratil, Austria
Matthijs Noordzij, Netherlands
Juval Portugali, Israel
Jonathan Raper, UK
Martin Raubal, USA
Jochen Renz, Australia
Andrea Rodriguez, Chile
Christoph Schlieder, Germany
Michel Scholl, France
Angela Schwering, Germany
Barry Smith, USA
John Stell, UK
Holly Taylor, USA
Sabine Timpf, Germany
Andrew Turk, Australia
Barbara Tversky, USA
David Uttal, USA
Nico Van de Weghe, Belgium
Robert Weibel, Switzerland
Stephan Winter, Australia
Michael Worboys, USA
May Yuan, USA

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