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*2009
98EEMaria Vasardani, Max J. Egenhofer: Comparing Relations with a Multi-holed Region. COSIT 2009: 159-176
97EEMatthew P. Dube, Max J. Egenhofer: Establishing Similarity across Multi-granular Topological-Relation Ontologies. QuaCon 2009: 98-108
2008
96EEMaria Vasardani, Max J. Egenhofer: Single-Holed Regions: Their Relations and Inferences. GIScience 2008: 337-353
95EEMarkus Wuersch, Max J. Egenhofer: Perceptual Sketch Interpretation. SDH 2008: 19-38
94EERui M. P. Reis, Max J. Egenhofer, João L. G. Matos: Conceptual Neighborhoods of Topological Relations Between Lines. SDH 2008: 557-574
93EEKonstantinos A. Nedas, Max J. Egenhofer: Integral vs. Separable Attributes in Spatial Similarity Assessments. Spatial Cognition 2008: 295-310
92EEKonstantinos A. Nedas, Max J. Egenhofer: Spatial-Scene Similarity Queries. T. GIS 12(6): 661-681 (2008)
2007
91 Bernd Bank, Max J. Egenhofer, Bart Kuijpers: Constraint Databases, Geometric Elimination and Geographic Information Systems, 20.05. - 25.05.2007 Internationales Begegnungs- und Forschungszentrum fuer Informatik (IBFI), Schloss Dagstuhl, Germany 2007
90EEYohei Kurata, Max J. Egenhofer: The 9+-Intersection for Topological Relations between a Directed Line Segment and a Region. BMI 2007: 62-76
89EEMax J. Egenhofer, Maria Vasardani: Spatial Reasoning with a Hole. COSIT 2007: 303-320
88EEBernd Bank, Max J. Egenhofer, Bart Kuijpers: 07212 Abstracts Collection -- Constraint Databases, Geometric Elimination ang Geographic Information Systems. Constraint Databases, Geometric Elimination and Geographic Information Systems 2007
87EEBernd Bank, Max J. Egenhofer, Joos Heintz, Bart Kuijpers, Peter Z. Revesz: 07212 Manifesto -- Constraint Databases, Geometric Elimination ang Geographic Information Systems. Constraint Databases, Geometric Elimination and Geographic Information Systems 2007
86EEMax J. Egenhofer: Temporal Relations of Intervals with a Gap. TIME 2007: 169-174
85EEDavid Caduff, Max J. Egenhofer: Geo-Mobile Query-by-Sketch. Int. J. Web Eng. Technol. 3(2): 157-175 (2007)
84EEKonstantinos A. Nedas, Max J. Egenhofer, D. Wilmsen: Metric details of topological line-line relations. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 21(1): 21-48 (2007)
2006
83EEYohei Kurata, Max J. Egenhofer: Topological Relations of Arrow Symbols in Complex Diagrams. Diagrams 2006: 112-126
82EEYohei Kurata, Max J. Egenhofer: The Head-Body-Tail Intersection for Spatial Relations Between Directed Line Segments. GIScience 2006: 269-286
2005
81 Claudia Bauzer Medeiros, Max J. Egenhofer, Elisa Bertino: Advances in Spatial and Temporal Databases, 9th International Symposium, SSTD 2005, Angra dos Reis, Brazil, August 22-24, 2005, Proceedings Springer 2005
80 M. Andrea Rodríguez, Isabel F. Cruz, Max J. Egenhofer, Sergei Levashkin: GeoSpatial Semantics, First International Conference, GeoS 2005, Mexico City, Mexico, November 29-30, 2005, Proceedings Springer 2005
79EEYohei Kurata, Max J. Egenhofer: Structure and Semantics of Arrow Diagrams. COSIT 2005: 232-250
78EEDavid Caduff, Max J. Egenhofer: Geo-Mobile Queries: Sketch-Based Queries in Mobile GIS-Environments. W2GIS 2005: 143-154
77EEMax J. Egenhofer: Spherical Topological Relations. J. Data Semantics III: 25-49 (2005)
76EELars Kulik, Matt Duckham, Max J. Egenhofer: Ontology-driven map generalization. J. Vis. Lang. Comput. 16(3): 245-267 (2005)
2004
75 Max J. Egenhofer, Christian Freksa, Harvey J. Miller: Geographic Information Science, Third International Conference, GIScience 2004, Adelphi, MD, USA, October 20-23, 2004, Proceedings Springer 2004
74 Konstantinos A. Nedas, Max J. Egenhofer: Splitting Ratios: Metric Details of Topological Line-Line Relations. FLAIRS Conference 2004
73EEM. Andrea Rodríguez, Max J. Egenhofer: Comparing geospatial entity classes: an asymmetric and context-dependent similarity measure. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 18(3): 229-256 (2004)
72EESilvia Nittel, Anthony Stefanidis, Isabel F. Cruz, Max J. Egenhofer, Dina Q. Goldin, A. Howard, Alexandros Labrinidis, Samuel Madden, Agnès Voisard, Michael F. Worboys: Report from the First Workshop on Geo Sensor Networks. SIGMOD Record 33(1): 141-144 (2004)
71EEJohn F. Roddick, Max J. Egenhofer, Erik G. Hoel, Dimitris Papadias, Betty Salzberg: Spatial, Temporal and Spatio-Temporal Databases - Hot Issues and Directions for PhD Research. SIGMOD Record 33(2): 126-131 (2004)
2003
70EELars Kulik, Max J. Egenhofer: Linearized Terrain: Languages for Silhouette Representations. COSIT 2003: 118-135
69EEMichael D. Hendricks, Max J. Egenhofer, Kathleen Hornsby: Structuring a Wayfinder's Dynamic Space-Time Environment. COSIT 2003: 75-92
68EEM. Andrea Rodríguez, Max J. Egenhofer, Andreas D. Blaser: Query Pre-processing of Topological Constraints: Comparing a Composition-Based with Neighborhood-Based Approach. SSTD 2003: 362-379
67EEKonstantinos A. Nedas, Max J. Egenhofer: Spatial Similarity Queries with Logical Operators. SSTD 2003: 430-448
66EEM. Andrea Rodríguez, Max J. Egenhofer: Determining Semantic Similarity among Entity Classes from Different Ontologies. IEEE Trans. Knowl. Data Eng. 15(2): 442-456 (2003)
65EEJorge Campos, Kathleen Hornsby, Max J. Egenhofer: A model for exploring virtual reality environments. J. Vis. Lang. Comput. 14(5): 471-494 (2003)
2002
64 Max J. Egenhofer, David M. Mark: Geographic Information Science, Second International Conference, GIScience 2002, Boulder, CO, USA, September 25-28, 2002, Proceedings Springer 2002
63EEMax J. Egenhofer: Toward the semantic geospatial web. ACM-GIS 2002: 1-4
62 James Farrugia, Max J. Egenhofer: Presentations and Bearers of Semantics on the Web. FLAIRS Conference 2002: 408-412
61 Frederico T. Fonseca, Max J. Egenhofer, Clodoveu A. Davis, Gilberto Câmara: Semantic Granularity in Ontology-Driven Geographic Information Systems. Ann. Math. Artif. Intell. 36(1-2): 121-151 (2002)
60 Kathleen Hornsby, Max J. Egenhofer: Modeling Moving Objects over Multiple Granularities. Ann. Math. Artif. Intell. 36(1-2): 177-194 (2002)
59EEFrederico T. Fonseca, Max J. Egenhofer, Peggy Agouris, Gilberto Câmara: Using Ontologies for Integrated Geographic Information Systems. T. GIS 6(3): 231-257 (2002)
2001
58EEGilberto Câmara, Max J. Egenhofer, Frederico T. Fonseca, Antônio Miguel Vieira Monteiro: What's in an Image? COSIT 2001: 474-488
57 Isolde Schlaisich, Max J. Egenhofer: Multimodal spatial querying: what people sketch and talk about. HCI 2001: 732-736
56EERoop K. Goyal, Max J. Egenhofer: Similarity of Cardinal Directions. SSTD 2001: 36-58
55 Michela Bertolotto, Max J. Egenhofer: Progressive Transmission of Vector Map Data over the World Wide Web. GeoInformatica 5(4): 345-373 (2001)
2000
54 Andreas D. Blaser, Max J. Egenhofer: A Visual Tool for Querying Geographic Databases. Advanced Visual Interfaces 2000: 211-216
53EERoop K. Goyal, Max J. Egenhofer: Consistent Queries over Cardinal Directions across Different Levels of Detail. DEXA Workshop 2000: 876-880
52EEKathleen Hornsby, Max J. Egenhofer: Identity-based change: a foundation for spatio-temporal knowledge representation. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 14(3): 207-224 (2000)
51 M. Andrea Rodríguez, Max J. Egenhofer: A Comparison of Inferences about Containers and Surfaces in Small-Scale and Large-Scale Spaces. J. Vis. Lang. Comput. 11(6): 639-662 (2000)
1999
50EEFrederico T. Fonseca, Max J. Egenhofer: Ontology-Driven Geographic Information Systems. ACM-GIS 1999: 14-19
49EEMichela Bertolotto, Max J. Egenhofer: Progressive Vector Transmission. ACM-GIS 1999: 152-157
48EEM. Andrea Rodríguez, Max J. Egenhofer: Putting Similarity Assessments into Context: Matching Functions with the User's Intended Operations. CONTEXT 1999: 310-323
47EEKathleen Hornsby, Max J. Egenhofer: Shifts in Detail through Temporal Zooming. DEXA Workshop 1999: 487-491
46EEKathleen Hornsby, Max J. Egenhofer, Patrick J. Hayes: Modeling Cyclic Change. ER (Workshops) 1999: 98-109
45 M. Andrea Rodríguez, Max J. Egenhofer, Robert D. Rugg: Asessing Semnatic Similarities among Geospatial Feature Class Definitions. INTEROP 1999: 189-202
44EEMichael F. Goodchild, Max J. Egenhofer, Karen K. Kemp, David M. Mark, Eric Sheppard: Introduction to the Varenius project. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 13(8): 731-745 (1999)
43EEMax J. Egenhofer, Janice I. Glasgow, Oliver Günther, John R. Herring, Donna Peuquet: Progress in computational methods for representing geographical concepts. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 13(8): 775-796 (1999)
1998
42EEMax J. Egenhofer, A. Rashid B. M. Shariff: Metric Details for Natural-Language Spatial Relations. ACM Trans. Inf. Syst. 16(4): 295-321 (1998)
41 A. Rashid B. M. Shariff, Max J. Egenhofer, David M. Mark: Natural-Language Spatial Relations Between Linear and Areal Objects: The Topology and Metric of English-Language Terms. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 12(3): 215-245 (1998)
1997
40 Kathleen Hornsby, Max J. Egenhofer: Qualitative Representation of Change. COSIT 1997: 15-33
39 M. Andrea Rodríguez, Max J. Egenhofer: Image-Schemata-Based Spatial Inferences: The Container-Surface Algebra. COSIT 1997: 35-52
38 Martin Raubal, Max J. Egenhofer, Dieter Pfoser, Nectaria Tryfona: Structuring Space with Image Schemata: Wayfinding in Airports as a Case Study. COSIT 1997: 85-102
37EEThierry Ubeda, Max J. Egenhofer: Topological Error Correcting in GIS. SSD 1997: 283-297
36 Dimitris Papadias, Max J. Egenhofer: Algorithms for Hierarchical Spatial Reasoning. GeoInformatica 1(3): 251-273 (1997)
35 Max J. Egenhofer: Query Processing in Spatial-Query-by-Sketch. J. Vis. Lang. Comput. 8(4): 403-424 (1997)
1996
34EEDimitris Papadias, Max J. Egenhofer, Jayant Sharma: Hierarchical Reasoning about Direction Relations. ACM-GIS 1996: 105-112
33EENectaria Tryfona, Max J. Egenhofer: Multi-Resolution Spatial Databases: Consistency Among Networks. FMLDO 1996: 119-132
32EEMax J. Egenhofer: Geographic Database Systems: Issues and Research Needs (Abstract). PODS 1996: 80
31 Max J. Egenhofer: Spatial-Query-by-Sketch. VL 1996: 60-67
30EENectaria Tryfona, Max J. Egenhofer: Consistency among parts and aggregates: A computational model. T. GIS 1(3): 189-206 (1996)
1995
29 Max J. Egenhofer, John R. Herring: Advances in Spatial Databases, 4th International Symposium, SSD'95, Portland, Maine, USA, August 6-9, 1995, Proceedings Springer 1995
28 Nikos I. Karacapilidis, Dimitris Papadias, Max J. Egenhofer: Collaborative Spatial Decision Making with Qualitative Constraints. ACM-GIS 1995: 53-59
27 Max J. Egenhofer, David M. Mark: Naive Geography. COSIT 1995: 1-15
26 David M. Mark, David Comas, Max J. Egenhofer, Scott M. Freundschuh, Michael D. Gould, Joan Nunes: Evaluating and Refining Computational Models of Spatial Relations Through Cross-Linguistic Human-Subjects Testing. COSIT 1995: 553-568
25EEDimitris Papadias, Yannis Theodoridis, Timos K. Sellis, Max J. Egenhofer: Topological Relations in the World of Minimum Bounding Rectangles: A Study with R-trees. SIGMOD Conference 1995: 92-103
24 Max J. Egenhofer, Tom Bruns: Visual Map Algebra: A Direct-Manipulation User Interface for GIS. VDB 1995: 235-253
23 Max J. Egenhofer, Robert D. Franzosa: On the Equivalence of Topological Relations. International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 9(2): 133-152 (1995)
22 Max J. Egenhofer, David M. Mark: Modelling Conceptual Neighbourhoods of Toplogical Line-Region Relations. International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 9(5): 555-565 (1995)
1994
21EEEliseo Clementini, Jayant Sharma, Max J. Egenhofer: Modelling topological spatial relations: Strategies for query processing. Computers & Graphics 18(6): 815-822 (1994)
20EEMax J. Egenhofer: Spatial SQL: A Query and Presentation Language. IEEE Trans. Knowl. Data Eng. 6(1): 86-95 (1994)
19 Max J. Egenhofer, Eliseo Clementini, Paolino Di Felice: Topological Relations Between Regions with Holes. International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 8(2): 129-142 (1994)
18 Max J. Egenhofer: Deriving the Composition of Binary Topological Relations. J. Vis. Lang. Comput. 5(2): 133-149 (1994)
1993
17 Gary S. Volta, Max J. Egenhofer: Interaction with GIS Attribute Data Based on Categorial Coverages. COSIT 1993: 215-233
16EEMax J. Egenhofer: What's Special about Spatial? Database Requirements for Vehicle Navigation in Geographic Space (Extended Abstract). SIGMOD Conference 1993: 398-402
15EEMax J. Egenhofer, Jayant Sharma: Topological Relations Between Regions in R² and Z². SSD 1993: 316-336
14EEMax J. Egenhofer: Definitions of Line-Line Relations for Geographic Databases. IEEE Data Eng. Bull. 16(3): 40-45 (1993)
13 Wolfgang Kainz, Max J. Egenhofer, Ian Greasley: Modelling Spatial Relations and Operations with Partially Ordered Sets. International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 7(3): 215-229 (1993)
12 Max J. Egenhofer, James R. Richards: Exploratory Access to Geographic Data Based on the Map-overlay Metaphor. J. Vis. Lang. Comput. 4(2): 105-125 (1993)
1992
11EEMax J. Egenhofer, Khaled K. Al-Taha: Reasoning about Gradual Changes of Topological Relationships. Spatio-Temporal Reasoning 1992: 196-219
10EESabine Timpf, Gary S. Volta, David W. Pollock, Max J. Egenhofer: A Conceptual Model of Wayfinding Using Multiple Levels of Abstraction. Spatio-Temporal Reasoning 1992: 348-367
1991
9EEMax J. Egenhofer: Reasoning about Binary Topological Relations. SSD 1991: 143-160
8 Max J. Egenhofer, Werner Kuhn: Visualizing Spatial Query Results: The Limitations of SQL. VDB 1991: 5-18
7 Max J. Egenhofer, Robert D. Franzosa: Point Set Topological Relations. International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 5: 161-174 (1991)
1990
6 Max J. Egenhofer: Manipulating the Graphical Representation of Query Results in Geographic Information Systems. VL 1990: 119-124
1989
5 Max J. Egenhofer, Andrew U. Frank: PANDA: An Extensible DBMS Supporting Object-Oriented Software Techniques. BTW 1989: 74-79
4 Max J. Egenhofer: A Formal Definition of Binary Topological Relationships. FODO 1989: 457-472
3EEMax J. Egenhofer, Andrew U. Frank, Jeffrey P. Jackson: A Topological Data Model for Spatial Databases. SSD 1989: 271-286
1988
2EEMax J. Egenhofer, Andrew U. Frank: Towards a Spatial Query Language: User Interface Considerations. VLDB 1988: 124-133
1EEMax J. Egenhofer, Andrew U. Frank: A precompiler for modular, transportable Pascal. SIGPLAN Notices 23(3): 22-32 (1988)

Coauthor Index

1Peggy Agouris [59]
2Khaled K. Al-Taha [11]
3Bernd Bank [87] [88] [91]
4Elisa Bertino [81]
5Michela Bertolotto [49] [55]
6Andreas D. Blaser [54] [68]
7Tom Bruns [24]
8David Caduff [78] [85]
9Gilberto Câmara [58] [59] [61]
10Jorge Campos [65]
11Eliseo Clementini [19] [21]
12David Comas [26]
13Isabel F. Cruz [72] [80]
14Clodoveu A. Davis (Clodoveu Augusto Davis Jr.) [61]
15Matthew P. Dube [97]
16Matt Duckham [76]
17James Farrugia [62]
18Paolino Di Felice [19]
19Frederico T. Fonseca [50] [58] [59] [61]
20Andrew U. Frank [1] [2] [3] [5]
21Robert D. Franzosa [7] [23]
22Christian Freksa [75]
23Scott M. Freundschuh [26]
24Janice I. Glasgow [43]
25Dina Q. Goldin [72]
26Michael F. Goodchild [44]
27Michael D. Gould [26]
28Roop K. Goyal [53] [56]
29Ian Greasley [13]
30Oliver Günther [43]
31Patrick J. Hayes [46]
32Joos Heintz [87]
33Michael D. Hendricks [69]
34John R. Herring [29] [43]
35Erik G. Hoel [71]
36Kathleen Stewart Hornsby (Kathleen Hornsby) [40] [46] [47] [52] [60] [65] [69]
37A. Howard [72]
38Jeffrey P. Jackson [3]
39Wolfgang Kainz [13]
40Nikos I. Karacapilidis [28]
41Karen K. Kemp [44]
42Werner Kuhn [8]
43Bart Kuijpers [87] [88] [91]
44Lars Kulik [70] [76]
45Yohei Kurata [79] [82] [83] [90]
46Alexandros Labrinidis [72]
47Sergei Levashkin [80]
48Samuel Madden [72]
49David M. Mark [22] [26] [27] [41] [44] [64]
50João L. G. Matos [94]
51Claudia Bauzer Medeiros [81]
52Harvey J. Miller [75]
53Antônio Miguel Vieira Monteiro [58]
54Konstantinos A. Nedas [67] [74] [84] [92] [93]
55Silvia Nittel [72]
56Joan Nunes [26]
57Dimitris Papadias [25] [28] [34] [36] [71]
58Donna Peuquet (Donna J. Peuquet) [43]
59Dieter Pfoser [38]
60David W. Pollock [10]
61Martin Raubal [38]
62Rui M. P. Reis [94]
63Peter Z. Revesz [87]
64James R. Richards [12]
65John F. Roddick [71]
66M. Andrea Rodríguez [39] [45] [48] [51] [66] [68] [73] [80]
67Robert D. Rugg [45]
68Betty Salzberg [71]
69Isolde Schlaisich [57]
70Timos K. Sellis [25]
71A. Rashid B. M. Shariff [41] [42]
72Jayant Sharma [15] [21] [34]
73Eric Sheppard [44]
74Anthony Stefanidis [72]
75Yannis Theodoridis [25]
76Sabine Timpf [10]
77Nectaria Tryfona [30] [33] [38]
78Thierry Ubeda [37]
79Maria Vasardani [89] [96] [98]
80Agnès Voisard [72]
81Gary S. Volta [10] [17]
82D. Wilmsen [84]
83Michael F. Worboys [72]
84Markus Wuersch [95]

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