By Martin Breunig, Edgar Butwilowski, Paul Vincent Kuper (auth.), Sabine Timpf, Patrick Laube (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3642323154

ISBN-13: 9783642323157

ISBN-10: 3642323162

ISBN-13: 9783642323164

This quantity is predicated at the reviewed and edited complaints of the overseas Symposium on Spatial information dealing with 2012, held in Bonn. The fifteenth SDH introduced jointly students and execs from the overseas GIScience group to provide the most recent study achievements and to proportion reports in Geospatial dynamics, geosimulation and exploratory visualization.

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Goodrich (1992) proposed an algorithm to find a separator decomposition and a suitable subdivision in O(n) time. For k > 0, the k-level network is generated from the (k − 1)-level network. A vertex v is in the k-level network if it belongs to two different (k −1)-level regions. Note that the k-level network has only border vertices. There is an edge connecting two k-level vertices in the k-level network if there is a path connecting them in the same (k − 1)-level region. The k-level network is subdivided into connected k-level regions containing c adjacent (k −1)-level regions such that each (k −1)-level region belongs to only one k-level region.

In a hierarchy of networks, the graph G associated with the original network is represented by a set G 0 of r subgraphs G 00 , G 10 , . . , G r0−1 . 1 This way, all regions at a particular level have about the same number of vertices. Each subgraph is denoted by G ik Vki , E ki , where k is the level in the hierarchy and i represents a region. The set of subgraphs representing regions for a k-level is denoted by G k . The set of border vertices in a subgraph G ik is represented by Bki and Bk denotes the border vertex set for the k-level.

G. lakes). Varying parameter. We varied the angle parameter for heading angular range, as demonstrated in Fig. 4. A smaller angle results in a higher segmentation of the pieces of flight, whereas a too large angle results in wrongly classifying pieces of stopover as flight. We choose an angle of 120◦ , which adds only few (artificial) cutting points, and coincides with the expert knowledge of this parameter, since the geese are known to sometimes change their heading. We compared the segmentation with and without speed and time criterion for flight, and with and without allowing outliers.

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