> Special Issue of Algorithmica:
> -- Algorithms for Geographical Information --
>Submission deadline: December 21, 1998
>Expected publication: Early 2000
>Guest editor: Marc van Kreveld
>Algorithmica is planning a special issue on algorithms for
>geographical information. Papers describing original research are
>solicited that deal with algorithmic issues for handling geographic
>information. Survey and state-of-the-art papers will also be considered;
>in that case, please contact the guest editor as soon as possible with
>the intended contents to avoid conflicts.
>Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, algorithmic issues in:
>* map overlay
>* map generalization
>* label placement
>* terrain models
>* spatial interpolation
>* spatio-temporal data
>* error handling and uncertainty
>* feature extraction
>* visualization, animation, and simulation
>* network analysis
>* mathematical modeling of geographic problems
>* optimization, parallel, distributed, geometric, graph, and
> evolutionary algorithms applied to geographical data
>Papers that extend well-known algorithms in nontrivial ways in order to
>be relevant to geographic data handling are also solicited. Every paper
>should explicitly address its relevance to geographical data handling.
>Theoretical and/or experimental analysis is encouraged.
>Manuscripts should be prepared according to the standard submission
>guidelines of Algorithmica. All submissions will be subject to the
>regular refereeing process of the journal. Submit five copies of a
>full paper to the guest editor (address below) by December 21, 1998.
>Algorithmica is an international journal in computer science, by
>Marc van Kreveld
>Dept. of Computer Science
>3508 TB Utrecht
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