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12th International Symposium on Spatial and Temporal Databases SSTD 2011. Report by Manish Gupta. Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota. About the conference. Biannual Research in spatial, temporal and spatio -temporal data management 3 days conference Single Track 24 accepted papers
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12th International Symposium on Spatial and Temporal DatabasesSSTD 2011 Report by Manish Gupta
About the conference • Biannual • Research in spatial, temporal and spatio-temporal data management • 3 days conference • Single Track • 24 accepted papers • Best Paper • Mohamed Sarwat, Mohamed Mokbel, Xun Zhou and SumanNath • FAST: A Generic Framework for Flash-Aware Spatial Trees Text
Sessions • 6 sessions • Moving objects and sensor networks • Temporal and streaming data • Knowledge discovery • Spatial networks • Multidimensional query processing • Access methods • Demonstration Track • Discussions about trajectory data, time series, open data, sensor data and industrial tools • 8 demos • Vision/Challenges track • 8 presentations
Session Details • Multidimensional query processing • Geodetic Point-in-Polygon Query Processing in Oracle Spatial. • MSSQ: Manhattan Spatial Skyline Queries. • Inverse Queries For Multidimensional Spaces. • Efficient Evaluation of k-NN Queries Using Spatial Mashups. • Access methods • FAST: A Generic Framework for Flash-Aware Spatial Trees. • MIDAS: Multi-Attribute Indexing for Distributed Architecture Systems. • Thread-Level Parallel Indexing of Update Intensive Moving-Object Workloads. • Efficient and Scalable Method for Processing Top-k Spatial Keyword Queries.
Session Details • Moving objects and sensor networks • Retrieving k-Nearest Neighboring Trajectories by a Set of Point Locations. • Towards Reducing Taxicab Cruising Time Using Spatio-Temporal Profitability Maps. • Computing the Cardinal Direction Development between Moving Points in Spatio-temporal Databases. • Continuous Probabilistic Count Queries in Wireless Sensor Networks. • Temporal and streaming data • SeTraStream: Semantic-aware Trajectory Construction over Streaming Movement Data. • Mining Significant Time Intervals for Relationship Detection. • A framework for temporal functional dependencies with multiple granularities. • Quality of Similarity Rankings in Time Series.
Session Details • Knowledge discovery • Mining Statistically Significant Co-location Patterns. • An Ontology-based Traffic Accident Risk Mapping Framework. • Comparing Predictive Power in Climate Data: Clustering Matters. • Region of Interest Queries in CT Scans. • Spatial networks • A Critical-Time-Point Approach to All-start-time Lagrangian Shortest Paths: A Summary. • Online Computation of Fastest Path in Time-Dependent Spatial Networks. • Dynamic Pickup and Delivery with Transfers. • Finding Top-k Shortest Path Distance Changes in an Evolutionary Network.
Other interesting events • Keynote talk by Erik Hoel, ESRI • “Underexplored Research Topics An Industry Perspective” • Talked about spatio-temporal problems related to imagery and video, lidar, point clouds, 3D data, data from mobile devices, geostreams and dynamic GIS. • The early career panel at the end of the conference • 1 industry researcher and 4 faculty at different stages of experience • Boat Cruise over Mississippi River