Spatial Database Research Group
Dr. Max J. Egenhofer leads the Spatial Database Research Group
at the University of Maine. This group's work focuses on
Currently funded research projects:
Previously funded research projects:
Assessments Based on Spatial Relations and Attributes, funded
by the National Imagery and Mapping Agency, 1997-2002. Ontology-Based Aerial Image Integration, funded by
Spatial Querying, funded by the National Science
Information Science, funded by the National Science Foundation
(subcontract to UC Santa Barbara), 1997-2001. Spatial Sketches on a Palm Pilot, funded by Lockheed-Martin
Using Ontologies for Aerial Image Integration, funded by
Application of Spatial
Concepts to Genome Data, funded by the National Science
Foundation, 1997-2000. Semantics in Distributed Web Mapping, funded by Lockheed-Martin
Semantic Similarity Assessment, funded by Lockheed-Martin
Geographic Databases: Qualitative Spatio-Temporal Inferences,
funded by the Advanced Research and Development Committee of the
Community Management Staff.
Framework for the Dissemination, Use and Storage of Geospatial
Images for Field Data Collection, funded by the National
Object-Oriented Concepts in Smallworld GIS, funded by Bangor
Hydro-Electric Co. and Smallworld Systems Inc. Predicting Spatial Locations from Spatio-Temporal Change
Parameters, funded by GE Corporate Research and Development Center,
funded by Air Force Research Laboratory.
of Excellence in Remote Sensing Applications, funded by NASA,
Retrieval by Sketch, funded by the Office of Research and
National Center for
Geographic Information and Analysis, funded by the National
Science Foundation (subcontract to UC Santa Barbara),
Formalization, Inference, and Query Processing of Spatial Relations
in Geographic Space, funded by the National Science Foundation,
Modeling Language Standards Review and Recommendations, funded
by the Federal Geographic Data Committee, 1997-1998.
Geographic Databases: Spatial Similarity, funded by the
Advanced Research and Development Committee of the Community
Management Staff, 1996-1997.
Geographic Databases, funded by the Advanced Research and
Development Committee of the Community Management Staff,
1995-1996. Cross-Cultural Differences in Spatial Concepts: Application to
Spatial Information System Use, funded by the Scientific and
Environmental Affairs Division of the North Atlantic Treaty
BASINA Browsable HyperArchive of Spatial Information on
the Net, funded by the Academic Computing Advisory Committee of the
University of Maine, 1994-1996.
Large Image Archives: User Interface Design, funded by Space
Imaging, Inc., 1994-1995. Cognitive Aspects of User Interface Design for Geographic
Information Systems, funded by ARPA, 1994-1995.
GIS for Local Educational Agencies in the State of Maine,
funded by the Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance, 1994.
User Interface Design Tools for GISs, funded by Environmental
Systems Research Institute, Inc., 1993-1994.
Requirements for Vehicle Navigation Systems, funded by the
University of Maine Faculty Summer Research Award, 1993. Spatial Reasoning, funded by Intergraph Corporation,
Integrated Service Delivery System, Digital Equipment
Last updated on September 5, 2002.
Max J. Egenhofer ¦
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[ Department of Spatial
Information Science and Engineering ¦ University of Maine ]