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Using Ontologies for Proposing Adequate Geovisual Analytics Solutions in the Analysis of Trajectories

Abstract : This paper presents an original approach for supporting the use of geovisual analytics solutions. Many models have been proposed to characterize information visualization methods, but few have been integrated to an intelligent process for supporting user in geo-information usage. Moreover, several new solutions are continuously proposed by research, but few of them are really used in operational world. For instance, the maritime surveillance systems could gain much more identification capabilities of ship behaviors with adequate geovisual analytics solutions. Therefore, we investigated the use of geovisual methods for the analysis of mobility data, such as ship trajectories. We propose a knowledge-based system using ontologies and rules. These allow modeling the domain of geovisual analytics solutions, and their capacities in the exploration and the analysis of trajectories. This system would be used to support users in geovisual analytics of movement, based on their context of use.
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Gabriel Vatin, Aldo Napoli. Using Ontologies for Proposing Adequate Geovisual Analytics Solutions in the Analysis of Trajectories. iV 2014 : 18th International Conference on Information Visualisation, Jul 2014, Paris, France. pp.176-182, ⟨10.1109/IV.2014.26⟩. ⟨hal-01026364⟩



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