[Geowanking] looking for paper and domain suggestions
Tom Longson (nym)
tomlong at gmail.com
Tue Jan 8 13:59:57 PST 2008
I'm particularly interested in traffic-congestion analysis for areas
other than freeways. It is geographic, changes over time (especially
when roads close), supports commuters and possibly emergency services,
and can be studied for future trends, e.g. "If you leave your house
now, you'll arrive in 40 minutes. If you leave your house in thirty
minutes, you'll arrive in 20."
I have no real experience in this area though, so there may be work
that I'm unaware of in progress.
On Jan 8, 2008 12:10 PM, Reid Priedhorsky <reid at umn.edu> wrote:
> Dear geowankers,
> I'm a researcher at the University of Minnesota, and I was hoping some
> of you might help point me to background material and related work for
> our upcoming geographic wiki paper. We'd like to relate our results as
> broadly as possible.
> 1. We are studying domains which are:
> a. geographic
> b. changing over time, especially when the geography itself changes
> c. the domain supports real activities
> d. the activities require planning
> For example, such domains might be bicycling (weather, construction,
> new roads come and old ones go, navigating a bicycle requires deciding
> where to go and how to get there), shopping in a mall, finding one's way
> around a new city or neighborhood, or natural resource management (e.g.
> monitoring routes and use patterns).
> Do you have suggestions for other domains that meet these criteria?
> The more unrelated to what I've mentioned already, the better.
> 2. Any suggestions for important collaborative GIS work that we should
> look at?
> Many thanks, and please let me know what questions you all have.
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