Open Lecture by Prof. Mike Worboys on Modeling movement in geographic space, Monday June 8, 16:30-17:30 @tudelft

On June 8, Mike Worboys, professor of spatial informatics in the Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Greenwich, London, UK, will give a lecture at TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment.

This presentation considers some of the fundamental strategies for modeling geographic-scale movement. We discuss object-field extensions, Eulerian and Lagrangian paradigms, and SNAP/SPAN ontologies. One issue is how we transition between such modeling approaches, and the importance of information granularity in this transitioning. The latter part of the talk outlines the beginnings of some work on the representation and analysis of pedestrian movement.

Date/time: 8 June 2015, 16:30-17:30 hours

Location: Lecture room P (Julianalaan 134, Delft)

Title: Modeling movement in geographic space
Presenter: Mike Worboys, professor of spatial informatics in the Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Greenwich, London, England.

Registration: before 5 june’15 email to Secretariaat-OTB@tudelft.nl

Note: GEOS (http://geostudelft.nl/) organizes a Geomatics BBQ & Drinks after this lecture. More information & registration:
 http://bit.do/geosbbq (https://www.facebook.com/events/1428479370803965/)

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