Position Papers


Knowledge Extraction from Spatially Referenced Databases: a Project of an Integrated Environment
Natalia Andrienko
German National Research Center for Information Technology, Sankt-Augustin, Germany

GIS, Spatial Econometrics and Social Science Research
Luc Anselin
Bruton Center for Development Studies, University of Texas at Dallas

Status of GIS Use in Physical Sciences
Ling Bian
Department of Geography, State University of New York, Buffalo

Nancy E. Bockstael
Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maryland

How Succesful has GIS been at making Spatial Analysis widely available to Physical and Social Scientists?
Barry Boots
Wilfrid Laurier University

Paul Box
Department of Geography and Earth Resources, Utah State University, Utah

The GIS/SA Interface for Substantive Research(ers): A Critical Need
Lawrence A. Brown
Department of Geography, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio

Focus on Field-Based Geographic Analysis
Aileen Buckley
Department of Geography, University of Oregon, Oregon

Beyond GIS: the development of spatial analysis tools for modelling the physical environment
Peter A. Burrough
Faculty of Geographical Sciences, Ultrecht University, The Netherlands

Visualizing Multivariate Spatial Data
Dianne Cook
Department of Statistics, Iowa State University

Mapping Rates Associated with Polygons
Noel Cressie
Department of Statistics, The Ohio State University

Stressing the Local
A. Stewart Fotheringham
Department of Geography, University of Newcastle, United Kingdom

GIS for Politics
Andrew Frank
Geoinformation, Technical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria

Janet Franklin
Department of Geography, San Diego State University

The Application of Neural and Visual Techniques to the Analysis of Spatial Data
Mark Gahegan
Department of Geographic Information Science, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia

Jacqueline Geoghegan
Department of Economics, Clark University,Worcester, MA

Arthur Getis
Department of Geography, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA

How unsuccessful has GIS been in helping disseminate spatial statistical technology?
Daniel A. Griffith
Department of Geography, Syracuse University

Spatial Analysis of Vector Borne Diseases
Steve Guptill
U. S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA

Bob Haining
Department of Geography, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK

Placing the Horse in Front of the Cart: Spatial Analysis and GIS
Geoffrey M. Jacquez
BioMedWare, Ann Arbor, Michigan

1: GIS and Geostatistics: Spatial Analysis of Chernobyl Consequences in Belarus
2: Linking GIS and Geostatistics.
Konstantin Krivoruchko
Environmental Systems Research Institute, Redlands, California

Analysis of Human Spatial Behavior Within GIS: Recent Developments and Future Prospect
Mei Po Kwan
Department of Geography, The Ohio State University, Ohio

GIS and The Promotion of Geographical Analysis in Business - A Pessimistic View From The Trenches
Tony Lea
Micromarketing Data and Systems, Toronto, Canada

Michael Leitner
Department of Geography and Anthropology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge

Yee Leung
Department of Geography, Center for Environmental Studies,
Joint Laboratory for Geoinformation Science, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Paul Longley
Department of Geography, University of Bristol

The Future of Spatial Analysis and Geographic Information Systems
Duane Marble
Center for Mapping & the Department of Geography, The Ohio State University, Columbus

Beyond the Isotropic Plane: Towards a Geospatial Analysis
Harvey Miller
Department of Geography, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah

Morton O'Kelly
Geography, Ohio State University

Toward a Toolbox for Analyzing Spatial Relations
Atsuyuki Okabe
Center for Spatial Information Science, University of Tokyo, Tokyo

Pat Pellegrini
Department of Geography, The Ohio State University, Columbus

Deterministic Uncertainty and Spatial Analysis
Jonathan D. Phillips
Department of Geography, College of Geosciences, Texas A&M University

Rhonda Ryznar
Department of City and Regional Planning, University of North Carolina

GIS-based Spatial Analysis and Modeling (A&M): From syntax to semantics
Dan Sui
Department of Geography, Texas A&M University, College Station

Some Thoughts on GIS as a Spatial Analysis Tool
Lance A. Waller
Department of Biostatistics, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University

Elizabeth A. Wentz
Department of Geography, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

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