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Disaster Prediction Knowledge Graph Based on Multi-Source Spatio-Temporal Information

Xingtong Ge, Yi Yang, Jiahui Chen, Weichao Li, Zhisheng Huang, Wenyue Zhang, Ling Peng
2022 Remote Sensing  
It is hard to build an analysis model that can integrate the remote sensing and the large-scale relevant information, particularly at the sematic level.  ...  This paper constructs the conceptual layer and instance layer of the knowledge graph by building a common semantic ontology of disasters and a unified spatio-temporal framework benchmark.  ...  Data Availability Statement: Data sharing not applicable. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs14051214 fatcat:ecjm6q6kujg67enufsmmn7vil4

CHARACTERISTICS COGNITION OF TYPICAL SURFACE GEOHAZARDS SCENE IN MINING AREAS AND REPRESENTATION OF GEO-INFOGRAPHICS SPECTRUM

J. Zhang
2022 ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
The field presentations of spatial morphological structure and geo-environmental conditions and spatio-temporal process in surface geohazards characteristic area are summarized as data fields, which express  ...  the shape, structure, location and distribution of geohazard bodies, action and physical fields which is all fields affected the data field and the coupled field which is scalar or vector field formed  ...  From the aspects of data abstraction, concept description, classification, clustering, correlation analysis, association modeling, change and deviation analysis, etc., design the principle of mining surface  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprs-annals-v-4-2022-25-2022 fatcat:sxzckmeovbdl3ely32d6dgysne

A Semantic Model to Query Spatial–Temporal Data [chapter]

Benjamin Harbelot, Helbert Arenas, Christophe Cruz
2013 Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography  
The results of our analysis are later added to our knowledge base enhancing it. Our preliminary results are promising and we plan to further develop the model in the near future.  ...  Our approach is based on the 4D fluent, which is extended to obtain spatial-temporal qualitative information from the analysis of objects and their relationships.  ...  A customized language was developed by the authors for this model similar on structure to SQL. The SOWL language allows simple spatial-temporal querying for both static and dynamic data.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-31833-7_5 fatcat:lviu7eotgvc7jen4rxig6rliim

Challenges in Bridging Social Semantics and Formal Semantics on the Web [article]

Fabien Lucien Gandon , Michel Buffa, Elena Cabrio (INRIA Sophia Antipolis / Laboratoire I3S), Catherine Faron-Zucker (INRIA Sophia Antipolis / Laboratoire I3S), Alain Giboin (INRIA Sophia Antipolis / Laboratoire I3S), Nhan Le Thanh , Isabelle Mirbel, Peter Sander, Andrea G. B. Tettamanzi (INRIA Sophia Antipolis / Laboratoire I3S), Serena Villata (INRIA Sophia Antipolis / Laboratoire I3S)
2014 arXiv   pre-print
This paper describes several results of Wimmics, a research lab which names stands for: web-instrumented man-machine interactions, communities, and semantics.  ...  The approaches introduced here rely on graph-oriented knowledge representation, reasoning and operationalization to model and support actors, actions and interactions in web-based epistemic communities  ...  to scale them (e.g. random walks) to support the analysis of epistemic communities' structures, resources and dynamics.  ... 
arXiv:1408.7092v1 fatcat:ppdm5lkc55f5ln3dm6sadcbco4

Deeply Semantic Inductive Spatio-Temporal Learning [article]

Jakob Suchan and Mehul Bhatt and Carl Schultz
2016 arXiv   pre-print
With an emphasis on visuo-spatial language, logic, and cognition, the framework supports learning with relational spatio-temporal features identifiable in a range of domains involving the processing and  ...  We present a prototypical system, and an example application in the domain of computing for visual arts and computational cognitive science.  ...  DEEP VISUO-SPATIAL SEMANTICS The high-level semantic interpretation and qualitative analysis of dynamic visuo-spatial imagery requires the representational and inferential mediation of commonsense abstractions  ... 
arXiv:1608.02693v1 fatcat:dg4tu36lbjcidpyp3tz2zxxwai

Scenario Expression Method for Regional Geological Structures

Handong He, Yanrong Liu, Jing Cui, Di Hu
2022 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
is designed based on the temporal model.  ...  According to the geological time scale, a temporal reference coordinate system is defined to dynamically express the evolution of regional geological structures.  ...  [17, 18] , and process-oriented spatial-temporal data organization and analysis methods [19, 20] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi11010047 fatcat:wb5egpffjjcfhlliwtvmn3ixou

Annotation of causal and aspectual structure of events in RED: a preliminary report

William Croft, Pavlina Peskova, Michael Regan
2016 Proceedings of the Fourth Workshop on Events  
We propose an annotation scheme for the resulting analysis of event structure types.  ...  By decomposing complex events in a clause, we will ultimately model the overall dynamic causal network of entities interacting over time described in a text.  ...  The aspect and force-dynamic annotations provide the event structure from which the semantic roles of the numbered arguments can be derived.  ... 
doi:10.18653/v1/w16-1002 dblp:conf/aclevents/CroftPR16 fatcat:3dgxb2vr4nezxp4vurb7bqawgm

Advances in an Event-Based Spatiotemporal Data Modeling

Xinming Zhu, Haiyan Liu, Qing Xu, Jun'nan Liu, Xiaoyang Lihua, Ahmed Farouk
2021 Scientific Programming  
This manuscript studies the event-based spatiotemporal data modeling theory based on three aspects of the cognitive theory, which are the spatiotemporal object, the concept of the spatiotemporal dynamic  ...  Finally, the key points and difficulties of an event-based spatiotemporal data modeling and prospective developmental trends were discussed to provide insights with spatiotemporal data modeling.  ...  Based on the two-layer structure of both event and process, the method contributes to the temporal and spatial granularity of change semantics of the spatiotemporal data models through both subdivision  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/3532845 fatcat:nodh5csq4ndn5m3wvbvj5zi5ju

Information systems development using a combination of process and rule based approaches [chapter]

John Krogstie, Peter McBrien, Richard Owens, Anne Helga Seltveit
1991 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Organisations axe dynamic by nature and thus, the importance of modelling time explicitly in systems engineering approaches is crucial.  ...  This paper proposes a way of integrating process and rule based approaches in information systems development. Both static and dyn~mlc aspects including the temporal dimension can be described.  ...  The partners in the TEMPORA consortium are: BIM (Belgium), Hitec (Greece), Imperial College (UK), Logic Programming Associates (UK), SINTEF (Norway), SISU (Sweden), University of Liege (Belgium) and UMIST  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-54059-8_92 fatcat:erp74xzzafecxlcxespd3zw6lm

Research on Spatio-temporal Data Construction of Library under the Background of Digital Humanities-Take the Northeast Anti-Japanese United Forces as an example

Hong Ni, Baorui Liu
2020 Scientific and Social Research  
In the era of big data, spatio-temporal data, as a new type of resource, its construction and research enriched and developed traditional data structure relatively.  ...  based on the analysis of user demand then discussed its collection, processing, storage and the construction process of user service that provided with the spatio-temporal data.  ...  In terms of modeling theory and technology, the structure, scale, significance of spatio-temporal information and storage and indexing mechanism of spatio-temporal model are further studied.  ... 
doi:10.36922/ssr.v2i3.1008 fatcat:w7mvqy4ydjaghlphs27s76nzy4

Organisational dynamics, social norms and information systems

Stamper, Liu
1994 Proceedings of the Twenty-Seventh Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences HICSS-94  
The concept of a norm is the social analogue of the concept of an afforrdance which Gibson introduced to account for perception of the physical world.  ...  Their conjunction is a logic of Norms and Aflordances, Norma, which serves as a meta-model for &namic organisational systems. All elements in a Norma model have bounded periods of existence.  ...  13: Acknowledgements We should like to acknowledge the work of the members of the research team, especially the current members, Yasser Ades, Lena Chen, Martin Kolkman, Karel Thonissen and Joost Zuurbier  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.1994.323455 fatcat:5cv4vsce5zfhrllcevbvefbncm

Modeling and Reasoning about Geospatial Event Dynamics Using Semantic Web Technologies

Junchuan Fan, Kathleen Stewart
2016 International Conference Geographic Information Science  
A data model that explicitly represents events is an important step towards revealing underlying mechanisms for geographic changes, and facilitating the explanatory and predictive analysis of geographic  ...  In this paper, we propose a Resource Description Framework (RDF) model for spacetime events that integrates spatial, temporal and semantic aspects.  ...  A data model that explicitly represents events is important for revealing underlying mechanisms for geographic changes, thus facilitating the explanatory and predictive analysis of geographic dynamics  ... 
dblp:conf/giscience/FanS16 fatcat:lo6cpnytqzf3fojlywqgi22tru

Understanding What We See: How We Derive Meaning From Vision

Alex Clarke, Lorraine K. Tyler
2015 Trends in Cognitive Sciences  
The posterior fusiform and perirhinal cortex are shown to process complementary aspects of object semantics.  ...  Recognising objects goes beyond vision, and requires models that incorporate different aspects of meaning.  ...  The research leading to these results has  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tics.2015.08.008 pmid:26440124 pmcid:PMC4636429 fatcat:gjymy5rzhzaeripj6bppax5pli

Challenges in Bridging Social Semantics and Formal Semantics on the Web [chapter]

Fabien Gandon, Michel Buffa, Elena Cabrio, Olivier Corby, Catherine Faron-Zucker, Alain Giboin, Nhan Le Thanh, Isabelle Mirbel, Peter Sander, Andrea Tettamanzi, Serena Villata
2014 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
This paper describes several results of Wimmics, a research lab which names stands for: web-instrumented man-machine interactions, communities, and semantics.  ...  The approaches introduced here rely on graph-oriented knowledge representation, reasoning and operationalization to model and support actors, actions and interactions in web-based epistemic communities  ...  to scale them (e.g. random walks) to support the analysis of epistemic communities' structures, resources and dynamics.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-09492-2_1 fatcat:rkh47ihvrrasxfirqmt43jmsqy

From Motion Patterns to Visual Concepts for Event Analysis in Dynamic Scenes [chapter]

Lun Xin, Tieniu Tan
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The analysis of events in dynamic scenes has become an important and challenging problem increasingly in recent years.  ...  Furthermore we also analyze latent spatial-temporal relationships among these basic visual concepts for event modeling and analysis.  ...  Acknowledgement The work reported in this paper was funded by research grants from the National  ... 
doi:10.1007/11612032_83 fatcat:wyomd4fos5b6xok7virw7msz5q
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