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. Cardinal Directions between Extended Spatial Objects
    R. Goyal and M. Egenhofer
    IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering (in press).

  14. Robust Inference of the Flow Direction in River Networks
    J. Paiva and M. Egenhofer
    Algorithmica (in press).

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

  16. 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.

  17. 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.

  18. 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.

  19. 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.

  20. 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.

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

  22. 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.

  23. 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.

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

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

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

  27. 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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  39. 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.

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

  41. 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.

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

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

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

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

  46. 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.

  47. 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.

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

  49. 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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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