Workshop Program
MobiGIS 2016 Workshop Program

08:50-09:00:   Opening Remarks
09:00-10:30:   Session 1 - Trajectory Computing
09:00-09:30:   Recommending Most Popular Travel Path within a Region of Interest from Historical Trajectory Data
Samia Shafique and Mohammed Eunus Ali (Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Bangladesh)

09:30-10:00:   Taxi Cab Service Optimization Using Spatio-temporal Implementation to Hot-spot Analysis with Taxi Trajectories:
A Case Study in Seoul, Korea

Sung Bum Yun, Sanghyun Yoon, Sungha Ju, Wonseob Oh, Jong Won Ma, and Joon Heo (Yonsei University, Korea)

10:00-10:30:   A Low-Dimensional Feature Vector Representation for Alignment-Free Spatial Trajectory Analysis
Martin Werner and Marie Kiermeier (Ludwig-Maximilians University München, Germany)
10:30-11:00:   Coffee Break
11:00-12:30:   Session 2 - Keynote and Location-based Query Processing
11:00-11:30:   Temporally Enhanced Network-Constrained (TENC) R-tree
Mohammadhani Fouladgar and Ramez Elmasri (University of Texas at Arlington, USA)

11:30-12:30:   (Keynote) Spatial Trajectories Segmentation: Trends and Challenges
Maria Luisa Damiani (University of Milan, Italy)

12:30-14:00:   Lunch
14:00-15:30:   Session 3 - Mobile Data Analytics
14:00-14:30:   Lightweight Road Manager: Smartphone-based Automatic Determination of Road Damage Status by Deep Neural Network
Hiroya Maeda, Toshikazu Seto, and Yoshihide Sekimoto (The University of Tokyo, Japan)

14:30-15:00:   Discovering Spatiotemporal Event Sequences
Berkay Aydin and Rafal Angryk (Georgia State University, USA)

15:00-15:30:   System Architecture of Cloud-based Web GIS for Real-Time Macroeconomics Loss Estimation
Reza Nourjou (Independent GIS Researcher, Washington D.C., USA) and Joel Thomas (SPIN Global LLC, Washington D.C., USA)
15:30-16:00:   Coffee Break
16:00-17:40:   Session 4 - Urban Computing, Mapping, and Positioning
16:00-16:30:   Capturing Complex Behaviour for Predicting Distant Future Trajectories
Bertil Chapuis, Arielle Moro, Vaibhav Kulkarni, and Benoît Garbinato (University of Lausanne, Switzerland)

16:30-17:00:   Map Construction Algorithms: An Evaluation through Hiking Data
David Duran, Vera Sacristán, and Rodrigo I. Silveira (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya)

17:00-17:20:   Pedestrian Flow Detection Using Bluetooth for Evacuation Route Finding
Miku Hoshino, Masaki Ito, and Kaoru Sezaki (The University of Tokyo, Japan)

17:20-17:40:   Deviation Maps - Enhancing Robustness and Predictability of Indoor Positioning Systems
Henrik Blunck, Sylvie Temme, and Jan Vahrenhold (University of Münster, Germany)
17:40-17:45:   Closing Remarks

Last Updated: July 14, 2015