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Dynamic Object-Oriented Geospatial Modeling

Originální název

Dynamic Object-Oriented Geospatial Modeling

Anglický název

Dynamic Object-Oriented Geospatial Modeling

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Published literature about moving objects (MO) simplifies the problem to the representation and storage of moving points, moving lines, or moving regions. The main insufficiency of this approach is lack of MO inner structure and dynamics modeling - the autonomy of moving agent. This paper describes basics of the object-oriented geospatial methodology for modeling complex systems consisting of agents, which move within spatial environment. The main idea is that during the agent movement, different kinds of connections with other moving or stationary objects are established or disposed, based on some spatial constraint satisfaction or nonfulfilment respectively. The methodology is constructed with regard to following two main conditions - 1) the inner behavior of agents should be represented by any formalism, e.g. Petri net, finite state machine, etc., and 2) the spatial characteristic of environment should be supplied by any information system, that is able to store defined set of spatial types, and support defined set of spatial operations. Finally, the methodology is demonstrated on simple simulation model of tram transportation system.

Anglický abstrakt

Published literature about moving objects (MO) simplifies the problem to the representation and storage of moving points, moving lines, or moving regions. The main insufficiency of this approach is lack of MO inner structure and dynamics modeling - the autonomy of moving agent. This paper describes basics of the object-oriented geospatial methodology for modeling complex systems consisting of agents, which move within spatial environment. The main idea is that during the agent movement, different kinds of connections with other moving or stationary objects are established or disposed, based on some spatial constraint satisfaction or nonfulfilment respectively. The methodology is constructed with regard to following two main conditions - 1) the inner behavior of agents should be represented by any formalism, e.g. Petri net, finite state machine, etc., and 2) the spatial characteristic of environment should be supplied by any information system, that is able to store defined set of spatial types, and support defined set of spatial operations. Finally, the methodology is demonstrated on simple simulation model of tram transportation system.

BibTex


@article{BUT50538,
  author="Tomáš {Richta} and Martin {Hrubý}",
  title="Dynamic Object-Oriented Geospatial Modeling",
  annote="Published literature about moving objects (MO) simplifies the problem to the
representation and storage of moving points, moving lines, or moving regions. The
main insufficiency of this approach is lack of MO inner structure and dynamics
modeling - the autonomy of moving agent. This paper describes basics of the
object-oriented geospatial methodology for modeling
complex systems consisting of agents, which move within spatial environment. The
main idea is that during the agent movement, different kinds of connections with
other moving or stationary objects are established or disposed, based on some
spatial constraint satisfaction or nonfulfilment respectively. The methodology is
constructed with regard to following two main conditions - 1) the inner behavior
of agents should be represented by any formalism, e.g. Petri net, finite state
machine, etc., and 2) the spatial characteristic of environment should be
supplied by any information system, that is able to store defined set of spatial
types, and support defined set of spatial operations. Finally, the methodology is
demonstrated on simple simulation model of tram transportation system.",
  address="NEUVEDEN",
  chapter="50538",
  edition="NEUVEDEN",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="NEUVEDEN",
  journal="Proceedings of the Workshop Geoinformatics FCE CTU 2006",
  number="1",
  volume="4",
  year="2009",
  month="december",
  pages="29--45",
  publisher="NEUVEDEN",
  type="journal article - other"
}