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EPLA: efficient personal location anonymity

A lot of researchers utilize side-information, such as the map which is likely to be exploited by some attackers, to protect users’ location privacy in location-based service (LBS). However, current technologies universally model the …


FTS: a feature-preserving trajectory synthesis model

Driven by the GPS-enabled devices and wireless communication technologies, the researches and applications on spatio-temporal databases have received significant attentions during the past decade. Hence, large trajectory datasets are extremely …


Human mobility semantics analysis: a probabilistic and scalable approach

The popularity of smart mobile devices generated data, e.g., check-ins and geo-tagged status, offers new opportunity for better understanding human mobility regularity. Existing works on this problem usually resort to explicit frequency statistics …


Combined geo-social search: computing top-k join queries over incomplete information

Geo-social data sets, which fuse the social and the geospatial facets of data, are vibrant data sources that associate people and activities with locations. In a combined geo-social search, several search queries are posed over geospatial and …


Strategies for combining Twitter users geo-location methods

Twitter has become a major player in the social media scene with over half billion users and over 500 million tweets published daily. With this abundant data, researchers saw the opportunity to explore this data for monitoring events and tracking …

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Located at the confluence of two rapidly advancing domains, GeoInformatica provides an effective forum for disseminating original and fundamental research and experience in the expanding uses of computer science for spatial studies.
Contemporary Earth studies require more and more sophisticated computing tools, and computer processing of Earth observations through Geographic Information Systems (GIS) currently attracts a great deal of attention from governmental, industrial and research worlds.
The journal covers spatial modeling and databases; human-computer interfaces for GIS; digital cartography; space imagery; parallelism, distribution and communication through GIS; spatio-temporal reasoning and more.

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