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 +You are in [[http://​| Geoinformatics Creative Commons Resources]] :: [[http://​​doku.php?​id=geo-ontology|Geospatial Ontology]] :: ISAO 2016
 +===== Geospatial Ontology: ISAO 2016 =====
 +This short course is part of the [[http://​​| 2016 International School for Applied Ontology]].
 +=== 1. Describing socially-agreed entities: Geographical Objects ===
 +Lecture: [[http://​​gilberto/​cursos/​isao2016/​lecture-objects-isao2016.pptx|Geographical Objects]]
 +Suggested Reading: ​
 +  * Barry Smith and David Mark, [[http://​​gilberto/​references/​SmithMark_SDH1998.pdf| Ontology and geographic kinds]]. Proceedings,​ International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, Vancouver, Canada, 1998.
 +  * Barry Smith and David Mark, [[http://​​gilberto/​references/​smith_mark_geographical_categories.pdf| Geographical categories: an ontological investigation]]. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 15(7)591-612,​ 2001.
 +  * Barry Smith and David Mark, [[http://​​gilberto/​references/​smith_mark_mountains.pdf|"​Do mountains exist? Towards an ontology of landforms"​]]. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 30(3):​411–427,​ 2003.
 +  * Antony Galton, [[http://​​gilberto/​references/​galton_boundaries.pdf|"​On the ontological status of geographical boundaries"​]]. In Matt Duckham, Michael F. Goodchild and Michael F. Worboys (eds.), Foundations of Geographic Information Science, Taylor and Francis, 2003, pages 151-171.
 +  * Edward Robinson, [[http://​​gilberto/​references/​robinson_boundaries.pdf|"​Reexamining fiat, bona fide and force dynamic boundaries for geopolitical entities and their placement in DOLCE."​]]. Applied Ontology 7.1 (2012): 93-108.
 +  * Fred Fonseca, Max Egenhofer, Peggy Agouris, Gilberto Camara, [[http://​​gilberto/​papers/​fonseca_tgis_2002.pdf|Ontologies for Integrated GIS]]. Transactions on GIS, 6(3):​231-257,​ 2002.
 +[[http://​​gilberto/​cursos/​isao2016/​reading_objects.pdf|Questions to Ponder]]
 +=== 2. Describing the natural world: Geographical fields ===
 +Lecture: [[http://​​gilberto/​cursos/​isao2016/​lecture-fields-isao2016.pptx|Fields]]
 +Suggested Reading:
 +  * Helen Couclelis, [[http://​​gilberto/​references/​couclelis_1992_objects_fields.pdf|"​People manipulate objects (but cultivate fields): Beyond the raster-vector debate in GIS"​]]. In: Frank, A., Campari, I., Formentini, U. (eds.) Theories and Methods of Spatio-Temporal Reasoning in Geographic Space. LNCS, vol. 639. Springer, 1992.
 +  * Gilberto Camara, Max Egenhofer, Karine Ferreira, Pedro Andrade, Gilberto Queiroz, Alber Sanchez, Jim Jones, Lubia Vinhas, [[http://​​gilberto/​papers/​camara_fields_giscience2014.pdf|"​Fields as a Generic Type for Big Spatial Data"​]]. GIScience 2014 Conference.
 +  * Karen Kemp, [[http://​​gilberto/​references/​kemp_fields.pdf|"​Fields as a framework for integrating GIS and environmental process models"​]]. Transactions in GIS 1(3):​219–234,​ 1996.
 +[[http://​​gilberto/​cursos/​isao2016/​reading_fields.pdf| Questions to Ponder]]
 +=== 3. Describing changes in our world: Dynamic spatial ontologies ===
 +Lecture: [[http://​​gilberto/​cursos/​isao2016/​lecture-change-isao2016.pptx|Dynamic Spatial Ontologies]]
 +Suggested reading:
 +  * Andrew Frank, [[http://​​gilberto/​references/​frank_spatio_temporal_ontology.pdf| "​Ontology for Spatio-temporal Databases"​]]. In Spatio-Temporal Databases: The Chorochronos Approach (Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2520), edited by Manoulis Koubarakis and Timos Sellis, 9-78. Berlin: Springer-Verlag,​ 2003.
 +  * Mike Worboys, [[http://​​gilberto/​references/​worboys_ijgis2003event.pdf|Event-oriented approaches to geographic phenomena]]. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 19(1):1-28, 2005.
 +  * Antony Galton, [[http://​​gilberto/​references/​galton_fields_objects_space_time.pdf|"​Fields and Objects in Space, Time, and Space-time"​]]. Spatial Cognition and Computation,​ 4(1):39-68, 2004. 
 +  * Antony Galton & Riichiro Mizoguchi,​[[http://​​gilberto/​references/​galton_waterfall.pdf|"​The Water Falls but the Waterfall does not Fall: New perspectives on Objects, Processes and Events"​]]. Applied Ontology, 4(2):​71—107,​ 2009.
 +  * Grenon, P. & Smith, B.,​[[http://​​gilberto/​references/​smith_snap_span.pdf|SNAP and SPAN: Towards dynamic spatial ontology]]. Spatial Cognition and Computation,​ 4(1), 69--104, 2004.
 +  * Karine Ferreira, Gilberto Camara, Miguel Monteiro, [[http://​​gilberto/​papers/​stalgebra_tgis.pdf|"​An algebra for spatiotemporal data: from observations to events"​]]. Transactions in GIS,​18(2):​253–269,​2014.
 +[[http://​​gilberto/​cursos/​isao2016/​reading_change.pdf|Questions to Ponder]]
 +=== 4. Combining the natural and social perspectives:​ Land cover and land use ontologies ===
 +Lecture: [[http://​​gilberto/​cursos/​isao2016/​lecture-ontology-lucc-isao2016.pptx|Land Use and Land Cover Ontology]]
 +SUggested reading:
 +    * Robin Chazdon ​ et al., [[http://​​gilberto/​references/​Chadzon_ForestDefinitions_Ambio2016.pdf| ​ When is a forest a forest? Forest concepts and definitions in the era of forest and landscape restoration]]. Ambio, 1--13, 2016. 
 +    * Alex Comber, Wadsworth, R., & Fisher, P., [[http://​​gilberto/​references/​Comber_ForestSemantics_JLUS2008.pdf| Using semantics to clarify the conceptual confusion between land cover and land use: the example of ‘forest’]]. Journal of Land Use Science, 3(2-3), 185--198, 2008.
 +    * Ohla Ahlqvist, [[http://​​gilberto/​references/​Ahlqvist_LCCS_EnvPlan2008.pdf|In search of classification that supports the dynamics of science: the FAO Land Cover Classification System and proposed modifications]]. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 35(1), 169--186, 2008.
 +    * Martin Herold, Curtis E Woodcock, Antonio Di Gregorio, Philippe Mayaux, Alan S Belward, John Latham, Christiane C Schmullius, [[http://​​gilberto/​references/​herold_lccs.pdf| A joint initiative for harmonization and validation of land cover datasets]]. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 44(7):​1719-1727,​ 2006.
 +    * Martin Herold, Robert Hubald, Antonio Di Gregorio,​[[http://​​gilberto/​references/​herold_translation_acs_corine_umd_igbp_to_lccs.pdf|Translating and evaluating land cover legends using the UN Land Cover Classification System (LCCS)]]. GOGC-GOLD Report, 43, 2008. 
 +    * Louisa Jansen, Geoff Groom and Giancarlo Carrai, [[http://​​gilberto/​references/​jansen_land_cover_harmonisation.pdf| Land-cover harmonisation and semantic similarity: some methodological issues]]. Journal of Land Use Science, 3(2–3):​131–160,​ 2008. 
 +    * Fred Fonseca, Gilberto Câmara, Miguel Monteiro, [[http://​​gilberto/​references/​Fonseca_Camara_MeasuringInteroperability_SCC2003.pdf|A framework for measuring the interoperability of geo-ontologies]]. Spatial Cognition and Computation,​ 6(4), 309--331, 2006.
 +[[http://​​gilberto/​cursos/​isao2016/​reading_lucc.pdf|Questions to Ponder]]
 +=== 5. In Search of a General Theory for Geospatial Ontologies ===
 +Lecture: [[http://​​gilberto/​cursos/​isao2016/​lecture-axiomatic-theory-isao2016.pptx|Axiomatic Theory]]
 +Suggested reading:
 +  * Antony Galton,​[[http://​​gilberto/​references/​Galton_ProcessesEvents_COSIT2015.pdf|Outline of a Formal Theory of Processes and Events, and Why GIScience Needs One]]. In COSIT 2015 (pp. 3--22), 2015.
 +  * Mike Goodchild, May Yuan, & Tom Cova, [[http://​​gilberto/​references/​goodchild_general_theory_ijgis_2007.pdf|"​Towards a general theory of geographic representation in GIS"​]]. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 21(3), pp.239-260, 2007.
 +  * Werner Kuhn, [[http://​​gilberto/​references/​kuhn_ijgis_2012.pdf|"​Core concepts of spatial information for transdisciplinary research"​]]. International Journal of Geographic Information Science vol.26(12), 2012. 
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