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Enabling Technology for Participatory Spatial Decision Making. Hans Voss Gennady Andrienko Natalia Andrienko Spatial Decision Support Team http://www.ais.fhg.de/and/. Participatory Spatial Decision Making. Interactive, web-based GIS Multi-Criteria, spatial decision support tools.

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Enabling technology for participatory spatial decision making

Enabling Technology for Participatory Spatial Decision Making

Hans Voss

Gennady Andrienko

Natalia Andrienko

Spatial Decision Support Team

http://www.ais.fhg.de/and/


Participatory spatial decision making

Participatory Spatial Decision Making

Interactive, web-based GIS

Multi-Criteria, spatial decision support tools

  • Collaboration support

    • Discussion fora

    • Argumentation structure

    • Shared documents

    • Voting

Geocoding of discussion elements, linking map objects and arguments


The context

The Context

Past:production of thematic maps and their analysis is a business of professional designers and cartographers

  • Wide spread availability of statistical graphics and GIS software

  • Appearance of visualization and mapping services in the Internet

Now:

Problem:

  • Thematic mapping and decision support tools become principally available to novice and casual users, but

  • Many potential users lack the required knowledge to utilize the tools


Commongis approach

Common Access to Geographically Referenced Data

CommonGIS Approach

CommonGIS Project and Software

Provide intuitive tools and build semantics and smart user support into the software

  • www.commongis.de

  • Esprit Project No. 28983

  • 10/1998-06/2001

 Enable learning while doing


Basic characteristics

Basic characteristics

  • Automated map design

  • Interactive maps for visual data exploration

  • Linked statistical graphics displays

  • Intelligent problem solving support

    … same interactivity in local application and on web client (Java applet)


Interactive displays

Interactive displays

  • Dot plot

  • Scatter-plot (matrix)

  • Parallel coordinates plot

  • Table lens view

  • Dynamic query device

  • Various classification tools

    … and

  • Various styles of interactive maps


Multi criteria decision making

Multi-Criteria Decision Making


The wallis example

The Wallis Example


Scores and ranks of options

Scores and ranks of Options

assigning weights to criteria

aggregating values


Comparison of results obtained with different preferences weights

Comparison of results obtained with different preferences (weights)


Sensitivity analysis

Sensitivity analysis


Enabling technology for participatory spatial decision making

Spatial Decision Support

with CommonGIS

Multiple Criteria

A variety of highly interactive, integrated, computational and visual tools

Cost/Benefit Criteria Priorities

Ranking and Classification of options

Manual editing of ranks

Parallel Coordinate Plots

Utility Bars

Utility Wheels


Enabling technology for participatory spatial decision making

Cooperative

Decision Support

Various kinds of voting procedures

Collection and analysis of votes

Integration with web-based groupware tool Zeno

Jankowski, P., Andrienko, N., and Andrienko, G.: Map-Centered Exploratory Approach to Multiple Criteria Spatial Decision Making, International Journal Geographical Information Science, 2001, V.15 (2), pp. 101-127


Thanks for your attention

Thanks for Your Attention!

  • CommonGIS online demos:www.ais.fhg.de/and/

  • Free download for non-commercial use (local and web variant):www.commongis.de


Commongis architecture

CommonGIS Architecture

map

Effectiveness knowledge

wants to perform

task

takes into account

creates

CommonGIS system

selects

creates

data

Data characteristics

map manipulator

Conceptual data description

Cartographic rules


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