Max J. Egenhofer's Articles in Refereed Journals

  1. Spatial-Scene Similarity Queries
    K. Nedas and M. Egenhofer
    Transactions in GIS 12 (6): 661-681, 2008.

  2. The Arrow-Semantics Interpreter
    Y. Kurata and M. Egenhofer
    Spatial Cognition and Computation 8 (4): 306-332, 2008.

  3. Geo-Mobile Query-by-Sketch
    D. Caduff and M. Egenhofer
    International Journal of Web Engineering and Technologies 3 (2): 157-175, 2007.

  4. Metric Details of Topological Line-Line Relations
    K. Nedas, M. Egenhofer, and D. Wilmsen
    International Journal of Geographical Information Science 21 (1): 21-48, 2007.

  5. Ontology-Driven Map Generalization
    L. Kulik, M. Duckham, and M. Egenhofer
    Journal of Visual Languages and Computing 16 (3): 245-267, 2005.

  6. Spherical Topological Relations
    M. Egenhofer
    Journal on Data Semantics III: 25-49, 2005.

  7. Comparing Geospatial Entity Classes: An Asymmetric and Context-Dependent Similarity Measure
    A. Rodríguez and M. Egenhofer
    International Journal of Geographical Information Science 18 (3): 229-256, 2004.

  8. A Model for Exploring Virtual Reality Environments
    J. Campos, K. Hornsby, and M. Egenhofer
    Journal of Visual Languages and Computing 14 (5): 469-492, 2003.

  9. Determining Semantic Similarity Among Entity Classes from Different Ontologies
    A. Rodríguez and M. Egenhofer
    IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering 15 (2): 442-456, 2003.

  10. Using Ontologies for Integrated Geographic Information Systems
    F. Fonseca, M. Egenhofer, P. Agouris, and G. Câmara
    Transactions in GIS 6 (3): 231-257, 2002.

  11. Semantic Granularity in Ontology-Driven Geographic Information Systems
    F. Fonseca, M. Egenhofer, C. Davis, and G. Câmara
    Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence 36 (1-2): 121-151, 2002.

  12. Modeling Moving Objects over Multiple Granularities
    K. Hornsby and M. Egenhofer
    Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence 36 (1-2): 177-194, 2002.

  13. Progressive Transmission of Vector Map Data over the World Wide Web
    M. Bertolotto and M. Egenhofer
    GeoInformatica 5 (4): 345-373, 2001.

  14. A Comparison of Inferences about Containers and Surfaces in Small-Scale and Large-Scale Spaces
    A. Rodríguez and M. Egenhofer
    Journal of Visual Languages and Computing 11 (6): 639-662, 2000.

  15. Ontologies and Knowledge Sharing in Urban GIS
    F. Fonseca, M. Egenhofer, C. Davis, and K. Borges
    Computer, Environment and Urban Systems 24 (3): 251-272, 2000.

  16. Identity-Based Change: A Foundation for Spatio-Temporal Knowledge Representation
    K. Hornsby and M. Egenhofer
    International Journal of Geographical Information Science 14 (3): 207-224, 2000.

  17. Visualization in an Early Stage of the Problem Solving Process in GIS
    A. Blaser, M. Sester, and M. Egenhofer
    Computers and Geosciences 26 (1): 57-66, 2000.

  18. Relation Algebras over Containers and Surfaces: An Ontological Study of a Room Space
    M. Egenhofer and A. Rodríguez
    Spatial Cognition and Computation 1 (2): 155-180, 1999.

  19. Sistemas de Informação Geográficos Baseados em Ontologias
    F. Fonseca and M. Egenhofer
    Informática Pública 1 (2): 47-65, 1999.

  20. Progress in Computational Methods for Representing Geographic Concepts
    M. Egenhofer, J. Glasgow, O. Gunther, J. Herring, and D. Peuquet
    International Journal of Geographical Information Science 13 (8): 775-796, 1999.

  21. Introduction to the Varenius Project
    M. Goodchild, M. Egenhofer, K. Kemp, D. Mark, and E. Sheppard
    International Journal of Geographical Information Science 13 (8): 731-745, 1999.

  22. Using Digital Spatial Archives Effectively
    D. Flewelling and M. Egenhofer
    International Journal of Geographical Information Science 13 (1): 1-8, 1999.

  23. Metric Details for Natural-Language Spatial Relations
    M. Egenhofer and A. R. Shariff
    ACM Transactions on Information Systems 16 (4): 295-321, 1998.

  24. Comparing the Complexity of Wayfinding Tasks in Built Environments
    M. Raubal and M. Egenhofer
    Environment and Planning B 25 (6): 895-913, 1998.

  25. Natural-Language Spatial Relations Between Linear and Areal Objects: The Topology and Metric of English-Language Terms
    A. R. Shariff, M. Egenhofer, and D. Mark
    International Journal of Geographical Information Science 12 (3): 215-246, 1998.

  26. Human Conceptions of Spaces: Implications for GIS
    S. Freundschuh and M. Egenhofer
    Transactions in GIS 2 (4): 361-375, 1997.

  27. Formalizing Behavior of Geographic Feature Types
    R. Rugg, M. Egenhofer, and W. Kuhn
    Geographical Systems 4 (2): 159-179, 1997.

  28. Consistency Revisited
    M. Egenhofer
    GeoInformatica 1(4): 323-325, 1997.

  29. Hierarchical Spatial Reasoning about Direction Relations
    D. Papadias and M. Egenhofer
    GeoInformatica 1 (3): 251-273, 1997.

  30. Query Processing in Spatial-Query-by-Sketch
    M. Egenhofer
    Journal of Visual Languages and Computing 8 (4): 403-424, 1997.

  31. User Interfaces for Map Algebra
    T. Bruns and M. Egenhofer
    Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association 9 (1): 44-54, 1997.

  32. Consistency among Parts and Aggregates: A Computational Model
    N. Tryfona and M. Egenhofer
    Transactions in GIS 1 (3): 189-206, 1997.

  33. A Comparison of Two Direct-Manipulation GIS User Interfaces for Map Overlay
    J. Richards and M. Egenhofer
    Geographical Systems 2 (4): 267-290, 1995.

  34. Modeling Conceptual Neighborhoods of Topological Line-Region Relations
    M. Egenhofer and D. Mark
    International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 9 (5): 555-565, 1995.

  35. On the Equivalence of Topological Relations
    M. Egenhofer and R. Franzosa
    International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 9 (2): 133-152, 1995.

  36. Modeling Topological Spatial Relations: Strategies for Query Processing
    E. Clementini, J. Sharma, and M. Egenhofer
    Computers and Graphics 18 (6): 815-822, 1994.

  37. Modeling Spatial Relations Between Lines and Regions: Combining Formal Mathematical Models and Human Subjects Testing
    D. Mark and M. Egenhofer
    Cartography and Geographical Information Systems 21 (3): 195-212, 1994.

  38. Deriving the Composition of Binary Topological Relations
    M. Egenhofer
    Journal of Visual Languages and Computing 5 (2): 133-149, 1994.

  39. Topological Relations between Regions with Holes
    M. Egenhofer, E. Clementini, and P. di Felice
    International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 8 (2): 129-144, 1994.

  40. Pre-Processing Queries with Spatial Constraints
    M. Egenhofer
    Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 60 (6): 783-790, 1994.

  41. Spatial SQL: A Query and Presentation Language
    M. Egenhofer
    IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering 6 (1): 86-95, 1994.

  42. A Model for Detailed Binary Topological Relationships
    M. Egenhofer
    Geomatica 47 (3&4): 261-273, 1993.

  43. Assessing the Consistency of Complete and Incomplete Topological Information
    M. Egenhofer and J. Sharma
    Geographical Systems 1 (1): 47-68, 1993.

  44. Modeling Spatial Relations and Operations with Partially Ordered Sets
    W. Kainz, M. Egenhofer, and I. Greasley
    International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 7 (3): 215-229, 1993.

  45. Exploratory Access to Geographic Data Based on the Map-Overlay Metaphor
    M. Egenhofer and J. Richards
    Journal of Visual Languages and Computing 4 (2): 105-125, 1993.

  46. Object-Oriented Modeling for GIS
    M. Egenhofer and A. Frank
    Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association 4 (2): 3-19, 1992.

  47. Computer Cartography for GIS: an Object-Oriented View on the Display Transformation
    A. Frank and M. Egenhofer
    Computers and Geosciences 18 (8): 975-987, 1992.

  48. Why not SQL!
    M. Egenhofer
    International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 6 (2): 71-85, 1992.

  49. A Perspective on GIS Technology in the Nineties
    A. Frank, M. Egenhofer, and W. Kuhn
    Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 57 (11): 1431-1436, 1991.

  50. Point-Set Topological Spatial Relations
    M. Egenhofer and R. Franzosa
    International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 5 (2): 161-174, 1991.

  51. Extending SQL for Graphical Display
    M. Egenhofer
    Cartography and Geographic Information Systems 18 (4): 230-245, 1991.

  52. Interaction with Geographic Information Systems via Spatial Queries
    M. Egenhofer
    Journal of Visual Languages and Computing 1 (4): 389-413, 1990.

  53. LOBSTER: Combining AI and Database Techniques
    M. Egenhofer and A. Frank
    Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 56 (6): 919-926, 1990.

Last updated on December 9, 2008.




Max Egenhofer
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