Spatial Analysis and Modeling Specialty Group Sessions
                          The 101th AAG Annual Meeting
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Presenters(s):
10:00 AM Yongwan Chun - The Ohio State University
Abstract Title: Spatial filtering by eigenvectors in iter...
2439 Emerging Scholar Paper Competition is scheduled on Wednesday, 4/6/05, from
1:00 PM - 2:40 PM

Organizer(s): Fahui Wan...
Chair(s): Breandán Ó HUallacháin - Arizona State University

Presenters(s):
8:00 AM Introduction: Breandán Ó HUallacháin -...
10:20 AM May Yuan - Univ of Oklahoma
 Abstract Title: Modeling GIS data for geographic dynamics discovery

10:40 AM Terry ...
Chair(s): Alan T. Murray - Ohio State University

Presenters(s):
2:00 PM Hu Wei
 Abstract Title: Solving the Continuous Sp...
4132 Perspectives on Geographic Complexity I: Issues in methods and models is
scheduled on Friday, 4/8/05, from 8:00 AM - ...
11:20 AM Luke Bergmann - University of Minnesota
 Abstract Title: From Social Relations to a Capitalist Space Economy: Sim...
Abstract Title: Individual rationality, institutional structure, and power-law
distributions: Exploring the distribution o...
Chair(s): Mei-Po Kwan - Ohio State University

Presenters(s):
4:00 PM Donald Janelle - University of California, Santa Bar...
Presenters(s):
4:00 PM Jay Lee - Kent State University
 Abstract Title: Modeling Urban Sprawl As A Spatiotemporal Phenomen...
Discussant(s):
Lan Mu - University Of Illinois


2239 Student Paper Competition II is scheduled on Wednesday, 4/6/05, from...
4:40 PM Barry Joel Kronenfeld - George Mason University
 Abstract Title: Algorithms for Cartographic Enhancement of Soft-C...
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Association of American Geographers' 2005 Meeting

  1. 1. Spatial Analysis and Modeling Specialty Group Sessions The 101th AAG Annual Meeting 5-9 April, 2005, Denver, CO • 1 plenary session and 1 reception (sponsored by Geographical Analysis) • 1 session for Emerging Scholar Paper Competition • 2 sessions for Student Paper Competition • 18 SAM (co-) sponsored sessions • 1 panel session • 95 papers across 18 sponsored session • Advances in Geostatistics and Spatial Statistics • Applications of Spatial Data Mining and Visualization Techniques • Emerging Scholar Paper Competition • Empirical Economic Approaches to the Geographies of Globalization • Establishing GIS Professional Masters Degrees • Geographic Information Science in Mountain Geography • Issues on Spatial Data Mining • Issues with Spatial Analysis and Modeling • Location Analysis • Migration Analysis and Estimation • Perspectives on Geographic Complexity I: Issues in methods and models • Perspectives on Geographic Complexity II: Approaching complex problems • Perspectives on Geographic Complexity III: Land and society • Perspectives on Geographic Complexity IV: Urban-rural land dynamics • Research Frontiers in Time Geography: A Tribute to Torsten Hagerstrand 1 • Research Frontiers in Time Geography: A Tribute to Torsten Hagerstrand 2 • Spatial Analysis and Modeling Plenary Lecture and Geographical Analysis Reception • Spatial Analysis and Modeling Specialty Group Business Meeting • Spatial Dimensions of the Small World • Spatial/Spatiotemporal Models • Student Paper Competition I • Student Paper Competition II • The Roles of Visualization in Spatial Data Mining • Transportation Implications of Canada s Aging Population: A GEOIDE Project 5248 Advances in Geostatistics and Spatial Statistics is scheduled on Saturday, 4/9/05, from 10:00 AM - 11:40 AM Organizer(s): David Wong - George Mason University Chair(s): Michael Tiefelsdorf - Ohio State University
  2. 2. Presenters(s): 10:00 AM Yongwan Chun - The Ohio State University Abstract Title: Spatial filtering by eigenvectors in iteratively re-weighted regression models 10:20 AM Shing Lin Abstract Title: Evaluating Local Non-stationarity when considering the Spatial Variation of Large-Scale Autocorrelation 10:40 AM Sara McLafferty - University of Illinois Abstract Title: Analyzing why health inequalities change: A space-time decomposition approach 11:00 AM George Lu Abstract Title: AN ADAPTIVE AND OPTIMAL WEIGHTING FRAMEWORK FOR INVERSE DISTANCE WEIGHT INTERPOLATION TECHNIQUE 11:20 AM Phaedon Kyriakidis - University of California Abstract Title: A Geostatistical Framework for Area-to-Point Spatial Interpolation 2201 Applications of Spatial Data Mining and Visualization Techniques is scheduled on Wednesday, 4/6/05, from 10:00 AM - 11:40 AM Organizer(s): David Wong - George Mason University Chair(s): James E. Burt - UNIV OF WISCONSIN-MADISON Presenters(s): 10:00 AM James E. Burt - UNIV OF WISCONSIN-MADISON Abstract Title: Spatial Data Mining for Predictive Soil Modeling 10:20 AM Jonathan P. Schroeder - University of Minnesota - Twin Cities Abstract Title: Challenges and new possibilities for visual exploration of historical U.S. census data 10:40 AM Jun Yan - Western Kentucky University Abstract Title: Spatio-temporal data mining in US domestic airline market using Self- organizing Maps 11:00 AM Vince Breneman - USDA-Economic Research Service Abstract Title: Developing a Data Visualization platform for Agricultural Economic and Demographic data Discussant(s): David Wong - George Mason University
  3. 3. 2439 Emerging Scholar Paper Competition is scheduled on Wednesday, 4/6/05, from 1:00 PM - 2:40 PM Organizer(s): Fahui Wang - Northern Illinois University Chair(s): Fahui Wang - Northern Illinois University Presenters(s): 1:00 PM Ikuho Yamada - Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis Abstract Title: Local Indicators of Network-constrained Clusters for a Spatial Point Pattern 1:20 PM Mr. Sudhir K. Thakur - University of North Dakota Abstract Title: Identification of Temporal and Regional Fundamental Economic Structure (FES) in India: An Input-Output Analysis 1:40 PM Darla Munroe - Ohio State University Abstract Title: “Empirical” Scale Effects, Domains of Scale, and Land Use/Cover Change Research 2:00 PM Xun Shi - Dartmouth College Abstract Title: A Monte Carlo Approach to Comparing Two Surfaces 2:20 PM Daniel Mueller - Humboldt University Berlin Abstract Title: Spatial Determinants od Land-cover Changes in Postsocialist Albania 5507 Empirical Economic Approaches to the Geographies of Globalization is scheduled on Saturday, 4/9/05, from 4:00 PM - 5:40 PM Organizer(s): Raymond J. Dezzani - University Of Idaho Chair(s): Andrew E.G. Jonas - University of Hull Presenters(s): 4:00 PM Raymond J. Dezzani - University Of Idaho Abstract Title: Empirical Analysis of Competing Globalization Frameworks: World- Systems, Trade Regionalization and the New Economic Geography 4:20 PM Daisaku Yamamoto - Univ of Minnesota Abstract Title: Evolution of Regional Per Capita Income Differentials in the United States and Japan: A Comparative Study 3101 Establishing GIS Professional Masters Degrees is scheduled on Thursday, 4/7/05, from 8:00 AM - 9:40 AM Organizer(s): Breandán Ó HUallacháin - Arizona State University
  4. 4. Chair(s): Breandán Ó HUallacháin - Arizona State University Presenters(s): 8:00 AM Introduction: Breandán Ó HUallacháin - Arizona State University Panelist(s): Steven M. Manson - University Of Minnesota John Rogan - Clark University Robert Balling, Jr. - Arizona State University 3105 Geographic Information Science in Mountain Geography is scheduled on Thursday, 4/7/05, from 8:00 AM - 9:40 AM Organizer(s): Ulrich Kamp - DePaul University Chair(s): Michael P. Bishop - University of Nebraska-Omaha Presenters(s): 8:00 AM Jose G. Roa - University Of Maryland - College Park Abstract Title: VULNERABILITY vs. PREDICTABILITY IN LANDSLIDE HAZARD ZONATION: A COMPARISON BETWEEN “INCLUSIVE” STATISTICAL AND “EXCLUSIVE” TOPOGRAPHICAL APPROACHES 8:20 AM Suzanne Schmidt Abstract Title: Mesoscale Snow Cover Monitoring with Digital Terrestrial Images in a high Alpine Valley (Loetschental, Switzerland) 8:40 AM Mr. Tobias Bolch Abstract Title: Using DEMs, Landsat and ASTER Data to study and visualize Geomorphology and Glaciers in Northern Tien Shan (Kazakhstan/Kyrgyzstan) 9:00 AM Michael P. Bishop - University of Nebraska-Omaha Abstract Title: Studying Climate Forcing and Surface Processes using a Mountain Hillslope Evolution Model 3210 Issues on Spatial Data Mining is scheduled on Thursday, 4/7/05, from 10:00 AM - 11:40 AM Organizer(s): David Wong - George Mason University Chair(s): May Yuan - Univ of Oklahoma Presenters(s): 10:00 AM Ying Cao - GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY Abstract Title: Data repository environment for spatial data mining
  5. 5. 10:20 AM May Yuan - Univ of Oklahoma Abstract Title: Modeling GIS data for geographic dynamics discovery 10:40 AM Terry Janssen - Lockheed Martin Abstract Title: Towards a Mining and Discovery Environment Using Semantic Integration 11:00 AM Mr. Yingqi Tang Abstract Title: XML based Spatial-Temporal Data Mining and Dissemination of Sea Ice Data 11:20 AM Chetan Tiwari - University Of Iowa Abstract Title: Problems in developing an agent-based system to detect spatial variations in disease risk 5138 Issues with Spatial Analysis and Modeling is scheduled on Saturday, 4/9/05, from 8:00 AM - 9:40 AM Organizer(s): David Wong - George Mason University Chair(s): Fahui Wang - Northern Illinois University Presenters(s): 8:00 AM Marco Millones - University of Miami Abstract Title: Settlement Classification in Cusco, Peru: hierarchy and urban-rural continuum and 8:20 AM Petra A. Zimmermann - Ball State University Abstract Title: Rules-based population modeling and environmental factors: are climate variables necessary? 8:40 AM Jason (Guangquan) Su - University of British Columbia Abstract Title: Developing a Geomatics Protocol for Urban Air Pollution Sampling Based on a Range of Input Data 9:00 AM Satoh Toshiaki Abstract Title: METHODS FOR FINDING HOT SPOTS ON A NETWORK 9:20 AM Fahui Wang - Northern Illinois University Abstract Title: GIS-Based Spatial Analysis of Tai Place Names in Southern China 1504 Location Analysis is scheduled on Tuesday, 4/5/05, from 2:00 PM - 3:40 PM Organizer(s): David Wong - George Mason University
  6. 6. Chair(s): Alan T. Murray - Ohio State University Presenters(s): 2:00 PM Hu Wei Abstract Title: Solving the Continuous Space p-Center Problem: Planning Application Issues 2:20 PM Alan T. Murray - Ohio State University Abstract Title: Coverage Optimization to Support Security Monitoring 2:40 PM Guoxiang Ding - The Ohio State University Abstract Title: Choice-Based Estimation of Retailing Area Delimitation Using Alonso's Theory of Movement 3:00 PM Bryan Chastain - Ohio State University Abstract Title: Spatial Structure in Harvest Scheduling Optimization 3:20 PM Michael Tiefelsdorf - Ohio State University Abstract Title: Alternative Specifications of Spatial Link Matrices in the Behavioral Sciences 5548 Migration Analysis and Estimation is scheduled on Saturday, 4/9/05, from 4:00 PM - 5:40 PM Organizer(s): James Raymer - University of Southampton Chair(s): James Raymer - University of Southampton Presenters(s): 4:00 PM James Raymer - University of Southampton Abstract Title: The Estimation of International Migration Flows in the European Union 4:20 PM Junwei Liu - University Of Colorado Abstract Title: Indirect Estimation of Directional Migration Flow using Age-specific Net Migration Data 4:40 PM Bruce Newbold - McMaster University Abstract Title: Applying Population Projection Models at Small Spatial Scales 5:00 PM Jani Little - UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO Abstract Title: What Can the Age Composition of the Population Tell Us about the Age Composition of Migrants?
  7. 7. 4132 Perspectives on Geographic Complexity I: Issues in methods and models is scheduled on Friday, 4/8/05, from 8:00 AM - 9:40 AM Organizer(s): Steven M. Manson - University Of Minnesota Dawn C. Parker - George Mason University Chair(s): Tom Evans - Indiana University Presenters(s): 8:00 AM Claudio Cioffi-Revilla Abstract Title: MASON: A New Multi-Agent Simulation Toolkit 8:20 AM Mr. Robert Najlis - Argonne National Laboratory Abstract Title: REPAST GIS INTEGRATION 8:40 AM Suzana Dragicevic - SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY Abstract Title: Spatio-temporal uncertainty of cellular automata models 9:00 AM Anna Versluis - Clark University Abstract Title: Visualizing the rate at which the accuracy of a land change prediction decays 9:20 AM Steven M. Manson - University Of Minnesota Abstract Title: Evaluating models of geographic complexity: challenges of policy, method, and theory 4232 Perspectives on Geographic Complexity II: Approaching complex problems is scheduled on Friday, 4/8/05, from 10:00 AM - 11:40 AM Organizer(s): Steven M. Manson - University Of Minnesota Dawn C. Parker - George Mason University Chair(s): Tom Evans - Indiana University Presenters(s): 10:00 AM Roger White Abstract Title: An Individual Based Model of the Lobster Fishery of St. John Bay, Newfoundland 10:20 AM Paul Torrens - University of Utah Abstract Title: Spatial intelligence for agent-based models of human movement 10:40 AM Bas Straatman - MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY OF NEWFOUNDLAND Abstract Title: Modeling of a spatial evolutionary economy 11:00 AM Mr. Benoit Glisse Abstract Title: Design Multi-Agent Based Simulation for Geography
  8. 8. 11:20 AM Luke Bergmann - University of Minnesota Abstract Title: From Social Relations to a Capitalist Space Economy: Simulation Beyond the Rational Actor 4332 Perspectives on Geographic Complexity III: Land and society is scheduled on Friday, 4/8/05, from 12:00 PM - 1:40 PM Organizer(s): Steven M. Manson - University Of Minnesota Paul Torrens - University of Utah Chair(s): Dawn C. Parker - George Mason University Presenters(s): 12:00 PM Marco Huigen - Institute for Environmental Sciences, Leiden (CML) Abstract Title: A spatially and temporally explicit agent-based simulation of Philippine farm household- and collective decision-making processes using the MameLuke policy- scenarios model 12:20 PM Mr. Koen Overmars - Institute of Environmental Sciences (CML), Leiden University, Netherlands Abstract Title: Using an actor-based framework in a spatially explicit land use model (CLUE) 12:40 PM Peter J. Deadman - UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO Abstract Title: Comparing models of agent decision making with patterns of land use change in LUCITA: A simulation of the Altamira region, Brazil. 1:00 PM Tom Evans - Indiana University Abstract Title: Spatial Decision-Making, Heterogeneity, and Agent-based Models of Landcover Change 1:20 PM David A. Bennett - University Of Iowa Abstract Title: Modeling Complex Trophic Relations among Elk, Wolves, and Humans in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem 4432 Perspectives on Geographic Complexity IV: Urban-rural land dynamics is scheduled on Friday, 4/8/05, from 2:00 PM - 3:40 PM Organizer(s): Steven M. Manson - University Of Minnesota Paul Torrens - University of Utah Chair(s): Tom Evans - Indiana University Presenters(s): 2:00 PM Dawn C. Parker - George Mason University
  9. 9. Abstract Title: Individual rationality, institutional structure, and power-law distributions: Exploring the distribution of rural land-use holdings using FEARLUS 2:20 PM Moira Zellner - University Of Michigan Abstract Title: The emergence of zoning policy games in exurban jurisdictions 2:40 PM Arika Ligmann-Zielinska - SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY Abstract Title: Land Use Based Community Growth Forecasting Using Agent-Based Modeling 3:00 PM Li Yin - University at Buffalo Abstract Title: The Dynamics of Density Increase in Resort Communities 3:20 PM Brian Muller - University of Colorado at Denver Abstract Title: Mores and Misbehaving: The Effect of Regulatory Regimes on Land Developers 4416 Research Frontiers in Time Geography: A Tribute to Torsten Hagerstrand 1 is scheduled on Friday, 4/8/05, from 2:00 PM - 3:40 PM Organizer(s): Scott Bridwell - University of Utah Mei-Po Kwan - Ohio State University Chair(s): Harvey J. Miller - University Of Utah Presenters(s): 2:00 PM Shih-Lung Shaw - University of Tennessee Abstract Title: An Extended Time-Geographic Framework for Human Activities and Interactions in Physical and Virtual Spaces 2:20 PM Tim Schwanen - Utrecht University Abstract Title: Managing and coordinating activities in space and time: An evaluation of proximity in everyday life 2:40 PM Nobbir Ahmed - University of Utah Abstract Title: Time-space transformations of geographic space for exploring, analyzing and visualizing transportation system. 3:00 PM Menzie McEachern - CLARK UNIVERSITY Abstract Title: Solar PV Diffusion in Sri Lanka and the Energy Cost of Snakes 4516 Research Frontiers in Time Geography: A Tribute to Torsten Hagerstrand 2 is scheduled on Friday, 4/8/05, from 4:00 PM - 5:40 PM Organizer(s): Scott Bridwell - University of Utah Harvey J. Miller - University Of Utah
  10. 10. Chair(s): Mei-Po Kwan - Ohio State University Presenters(s): 4:00 PM Donald Janelle - University of California, Santa Barbara Abstract Title: Time Geography and the Behavioral Ecology of Cities 4:20 PM Gillian AvRuskin - BioMedware, Inc. Abstract Title: Individual exposure reconstruction using a time geographic approach 4:40 PM Scott Bridwell - University of Utah Abstract Title: Locational privacy metrics for mobile objects 5:00 PM Arnaud BANOS Abstract Title: Micro-simulation and visualization of individual space-time paths within a GIS 2504 Spatial Dimensions of the Small World is scheduled on Wednesday, 4/6/05, from 3:00 PM - 4:40 PM Organizer(s): Daniel Z. Sui - Texas A&M Chair(s): Daniel Z. Sui - Texas A&M Presenters(s): 3:00 PM Introduction: Daniel Z. Sui - Texas A&M 3:05 PM Prof. Catherine Dibble - University Of Maryland Abstract Title: Synthesis and Calibration of Spatial Small-world Networks 3:25 PM Bin Jiang - University of Gaule Abstract Title: On Small World and Information Structures of the Built Environments 3:45 PM Zengwang Xu Abstract Title: A spatial diffusion model based on the small world theory Discussant(s): Rui Carvalho - UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON Prof. Paul C. Adams - University of Texas at Austin 1604 Spatial/Spatiotemporal Models is scheduled on Tuesday, 4/5/05, from 4:00 PM - 5:40 PM Organizer(s): David Wong - George Mason University Chair(s): John Odland - Indiana University
  11. 11. Presenters(s): 4:00 PM Jay Lee - Kent State University Abstract Title: Modeling Urban Sprawl As A Spatiotemporal Phenomenon 4:20 PM Kang Shou Lu - Clemson University Abstract Title: Approximating Complex Urban Systems Using Cellular Computational Neural Networks 4:40 PM Kalle Kronholm - MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY Abstract Title: Including spatial complexity in snow avalanche release models 5:00 PM Jared Aldstadt - San Diego State University Abstract Title: Exploratory Space-time Analysis of Dengue Fever Transmission in Kamphaeng Phet, Thailand 5:20 PM John Odland - Indiana University Abstract Title: Concentration of Periodical Cicadas in Human-Modified Environments 2139 Student Paper Competition I is scheduled on Wednesday, 4/6/05, from 8:00 AM - 9:40 AM Organizer(s): Fahui Wang - Northern Illinois University Chair(s): Fahui Wang - Northern Illinois University Presenters(s): 8:00 AM Michaela Buenemann - University Of Oklahoma Abstract Title: Modeling the Spatio-Temporal Dynamics of Woody Plant Encroachment Through an Integrative Remote Sensing, GIS, and Spatial Modeling Approach 8:18 AM Eric Delmelle - University at Buffalo Abstract Title: Improving second-phase spatial sampling designs using covariate information 8:36 AM Qian Yu Abstract Title: Spatial Modeling of Classification Uncertainty in an Object-based Vegetation Mapping 8:54 AM Sivagurunathan Chinniah Abstract Title: Effectiveness of using Wavelet Transform in Content-Based Image Retrieval 9:12 AM Zhijun Zou Abstract Title: Modeling and Simulating Vegetation Distribution Using Agent-Based Modeling in a GIS Environment
  12. 12. Discussant(s): Lan Mu - University Of Illinois 2239 Student Paper Competition II is scheduled on Wednesday, 4/6/05, from 10:00 AM - 11:40 AM Organizer(s): Fahui Wang - Northern Illinois University Chair(s): Fahui Wang - Northern Illinois University Presenters(s): 10:00 AM Xinyue Ye - Eastern Michigan University Abstract Title: Urban System Evolution, Modeling and Visualization: US Cities 1900-2000 10:18 AM Danlin Yu - University of Wisc. Milwaukee Abstract Title: GIS and Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis of Regional Development in the Greater Beijing, from 1978-2001 10:36 AM Eun-hye Enki Yoo Abstract Title: Area-to-point kriging prediction under boundary conditions 10:54 AM Mr. Richard Middleton Abstract Title: The p-Median Planning Problem 11:12 AM Mr. Joshua Campbell Abstract Title: Archaeological Predictive Model for the High Plains of Southwest Kansas Discussant(s): Mark W. Horner - Florida State University 4532 The Roles of Visualization in Spatial Data Mining is scheduled on Friday, 4/8/05, from 4:00 PM - 5:40 PM Organizer(s): David Wong - George Mason University Chair(s): Barbara Buttenfield - UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO Presenters(s): 4:00 PM Tong Zhang - SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY Abstract Title: Spatial Knowledge Discovery through an Integration of Visual Data Exploration with Data Mining 4:20 PM Barbara Buttenfield - UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO Abstract Title: Data Resolution as a Possible Bias in Association Rule Mining
  13. 13. 4:40 PM Barry Joel Kronenfeld - George Mason University Abstract Title: Algorithms for Cartographic Enhancement of Soft-Classified Images 5:00 PM Yukio Sadahiro - University of Tokyo Abstract Title: Spatial summarization of point distributions 5:20 PM Zhiyong Hu - University of West Florida Abstract Title: Urban Growth Modeling: Spatial Analysis, GIS, and Logistic Regression 5448 Transportation Implications of Canada s Aging Population: A GEOIDE Project is scheduled on Saturday, 4/9/05, from 2:00 PM - 3:40 PM Organizer(s): Bruce Newbold - McMaster University Darren M. Scott - McMaster University Chair(s): Bruce Newbold - McMaster University Presenters(s): 2:00 PM Darren M. Scott - McMaster University Abstract Title: Transportation Implications of Canada's Aging Population: A GEOIDE Project 2:20 PM Mr. Ruben Mercado Abstract Title: Transport Policy Responses to Elderly Mobility in Aging Societies:An International Comparison 2:40 PM Pavlos S. Kanaroglou - McMaster University Abstract Title: A GIS-Based Decision Support Tool to Study the Impact of Elderly Population on the Transportation System in Hamilton Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) 3:00 PM Mr. Dimitris Potoglou - McMaster University Abstract Title: CANADA ‘S ELDERLY TRAVEL BEHAVIOUR - EXPERIENCE FROM THE HAMILTON CENSUS METROPOLITAN AREA

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