4th ICA Workshop on Geospatial Analysis and Modeling (ICA GAM)





  Suzana Dragicevic. Opening Remarks.








Jingyi Lin and Bin Jiang. Modeling complex transportation networks.

Vincent Robinson. An experiment to investigate the influence DEM uncertainty on the simulation of dispersal behavior using a fuzzy decision model.

Ma Yan, Zhenjiang Shen and Mitsuhiko Kawakami. Policy simulation for planning support of downtown revitalization in Kanazawa City, Japan.

Christina Semeniuk, Marco Musiani, Mark Hebblewhite, Scott Grindal and Danielle Marceau. Evaluating risk effects of industrial features on woodland caribou habitat selection in west central Alberta using agent-based modelling.








Zhaoya Gong, Wenwu Tang, David Bennett and Jean-Claude Thill. Development of a shared-memory parallel agent-based model of opinion exchange within a multi-core computing environment.

Tyler Bonnell, Raja Sengupta, Colin Chapman and Tony Goldberg. Linking Diseases to Landscapes: An Agent-Based Model simulating the impact of forest composition on the spread of disease in red colobus monkeys.

Ryohei Yamashita and Satoshi Hoshino. Development of an agent-based model for estimation of agricultural land preservation and validity of collective farming systems in rural Japan.

Clément Chion, Lael Parrott, Benoit Dubeau, Danielle Marceau, Jacques-André Landry, Samuel Turgeon, Robert Michaud, Cristiane C. A. Martins, Nadia Ménard, Guy Cantin and Suzan Dionne. How agent-based modelling can be used to inform environmental management of a marine park.

Liliana Perez and Suzana Dragicevic.  Swarm intelligence, agents and cellular automata for modeling mountain pine beetle forest disturbance.






Spatial Patterns

Makoto Tsukai, Syuhei Kayahara, Masashi Kuwano and Makoto Okumura. Spatial statistics model with spatial aggregation matrix avoiding the modifiable area unit problem.

Vijay Mago, Richard Frank, Andrew Reid, Natalia Iwanski and Vahid Dabbaghian. Modelling crime dynamics near shopping malls.

Seth Spielman. Lifestyles and Lifelines: Are there group-specific patterns in activity traces?

Valerie Spicer, Jordan Ginther and Katie Wuschke. Patterns of Perception: Forecasting the perception of crime.

Geoffrey Jacquez, Janice Barlow, Andy Kaufmann, Gillian Avruskin, Robert Rommel and Jawaid Rasul. Residential mobility and breast cancer in Marin County, California.







Jung-Rack Kim, Shih-Yuan Lin, Eunmi Chang, Inhee Lee and Hewon Yun. Land cover analysis with high-resolution multispectral satellite imagery and its application for the CO2 flux estimation.

Anthony Smith and Brian Klinkenberg. Mapping the population ecumene of British Columbia: A multilevel binary dasymetric GIS methodology.

Guangwei Huang. Linking urban road network to flood disaster mitigation.






Spatial Dynamics

Suzana Dragicevic, Terence Lai, Shivanand Balram and Margaret Schmidt. Modeling the dynamics of physical processes as complex systems: A case of urban landslides.

Hédia Sammari and Mir Abolfazl Mostafavi. Toward a cellular automata simulation of surface water flow based on a hierarchical voronoi lattice within GIS.

Diego Silva Ardila, Moira Zellner, Antonio Aguilera and Luis Fernandez. Land market dynamics in Latin American urban peripheries.


David Bennett, Wenwu Tang, Shuang Xu and Yu Zeng. The influence of population dynamics on consensus building and land use policies.






Spatial Topology


Xintao Liu and Bin Jiang. Defining and generating axial lines from street center lines for better understanding of urban morphologies.

Carson J. Q. Farmer and A. Stewart Fotheringham.  Communities in commuting networks.

Zhenjiang Shen, Mitsuhuko Kawakami and Kentichi Sugihara. Historical landscape restoration using Google technology in a traditional temple area, Kanazawa, Japan.


Bin Jiang. Exploring the scaling of geographic space using volunteered geographic information.


2nd ISPRS Workshop on Pervasive Web Mapping, Geoprocessing
and Services (WebMGIS)










Web-GIS Applications

Milan Kilibarda and Branislav Bajat. R software package Plot-Google-Maps for the web-mapping of thematic data.


Ming-Hsiang Tsou. Visualizing and analyzing the spread of radical ideas on the World Wide Web.

Jonas Eberle, Christian Strobl and Christiane Schmullius. Web-based geoprocessing and workflow creation to generate and provide remote sensing products.


Songnian Li. Updating road network using GPS data collected from smart phones






GeoWeb Design and Modeling

Bert Veenendaal and Geoff West. Transforming Location Intelligence through Geospatial Web-based Technologies. 

Maria Antonia Brovelli, Luana Valentini and Giorgio Zamboni. Multi-dimensional and multi-frame web visualization of historical maps.

Huang Wei, Sun Min and Li Songnian. Augmented-reality GIS for interactions during emergency rescue.

Suzana Dragicevic. Closing Remarks.