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Spatial Cognition�Expressive Representation Formalisms and Effective Reasoning Mechanisms [ 2009 - 2013 ]

Research Grant

[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/FT0990811]

Researchers Dr S Li

Brief description The project will contribute significantly to the advancement of knowledge in breakthrough science in qualitative spatial reasoning and smart information use in geographic information systems. Expressive spatial languages are important in organising spatial knowledge, defining spatial query languages and guiding spatial data mining. Effective spatial reasoning mechanisms bring theory closer to applications including consistency checking and spatial query pre-processing. The project will help in extracting knowledge from massive spatial databases, meeting the growing needs of naive users for spatial information and establishing Australia as a major player in spatial cognition research and in the development of geo-location services.

Funding Amount $686,400

Funding Scheme Future Fellowships

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