ACM SIGSPATIAL 2014 @ Dallas, Texas

ACM SIGSPATIAL aka GIS 2014 conference notes

GIR 2014 Workshop (4/11/2014)

[Presented] Indirect Location Recommendation, André Sabino and Armanda Rodrigues. The paper describes the Productive Network model with a spatial extension.

Using Minimaps to Enable Toponym Resolution with an Effective 100% Rate of Recall, Hanan Samet

Spatial and Data Processing and Querying

TAREEG: A MapReduce-Based Web System for Extracting Spatial Data from OpenStreetMap, Louai Alarabi (University of Minnesota, USA), Ahmed Eldawy (University of Minnesota, USA), Rami Alghamdi (University of Minnesota, USA), Mohamed F. Mokbel (University of Minnesota, USA)

Recommendation and LBS

Parameter-Free Discovery and Recommendation of Areas-of-Interest, Dmitry Laptev (ETH Zurich, Switzerland), Alexey Tikhonov (Yandex, Russia), Pavel Serdyukov (Yandex, Russia), Gleb Gusev (Yandex, Russia)

Spatial Data Mining

Hourly Pedestrian Population Trends Estimation using Location Data from Smartphones Dealing with Temporal and Spatial Sparsity, Kentaro Nishi (The University of Tokyo, Japan), Kota Tsubouchi (Yahoo Japan Research, Japan), Masamichi Shimosaka (The University of Tokyo, Japan)

Dallas, Texas

The conference venue was the Renaissance Dallas Hotel, at the Dallas Market Center.

Hotel: Holiday Inn Dallas Market Center, 4500 Harry Hines Boulevard

Run: Sat, 8 Nov 2014 7:44 Central Time (US & Canada)

Distance: 6,56 km
Time: 40:09
Avg Pace: 6:07 min/km
Elevation Gain: 36 m

Dallas Run

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