seattle[1]2009 International Workshop on Location Based Social Networks (LBSN¡¯09)

Nov. 3, 2009, Seattle, WA, USA

Held in conjunction with the 17th ACM SIGSPATIAL International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems

 

 

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LBSN 2009 Accepted Papers

 

List of Accepted Full Papers

        Yukun Chen, Kai Jiang, Yu Zheng, Chunping Li and Nenghai Yu. Trajectory Simplification Method for Location-Based Social Networking Services

        Dong-Po Deng, Tyng-Ruey Chuang and Rob Lemmens. Conceptualization of Place via Spatial Clustering and Co-occurrence Analysis

        Hassan Karimi, Benjamin Zimmerman, Alper Ozcelik and Duangduen Roongpiboonsopit. SoNavNet: A Framework for Social Navigation Networks

        Kazuki Kodama, Yuichi Iijima, Xi Guo and Yoshiharu Ishikawa. Skyline Queries Based on User Locations and Preferences for Location-Based Recommendations

        Daniel Leung and Shawn Newsam. Proximate Sensing Using Georeferenced Community Contributed Photo Collections

        Bertrand De Longueville, Robin S. Smith and Gianluca Luraschi. ¡°OMG, from here, I can see the flames!¡±: a use case of mining Location Based Social Networks to acquire spatiotemporal data on forest fires

        Chih-Chieh Hung, Chih-Wen Chang, Wen-Chih Peng. Mining Trajectory Profiles for Discovering User Communities

        Kexin Xie, Ke Deng and Xiaofang Zhou. From Trajectories to Activities: A Spatio-Temporal Join Approach

 

List of Accepted Short Papers

        Tobias Lange, Marek Kowalkiewicz, Thomas Springer and Tobias Raub. Overcoming challenges in delivering services to social networks in location centric scenarios

        Edward Pultar and Martin Raubal. A Case for Space: Physical and Virtual Location Requirements for Internet-based Social Networks

        Kazutoshi Sumiya. Less-Conscious Information Retrieval Techniques for Location Based Services (Vision Paper)

        guangzhong sun, zhong Zhang and Jing Yuan. An Efficient Pre-Computation Technique for Approximation KNN Search in Road Networks

        handong wang, Haixiang ZOU, Yang Yue and Qingquan Li. Visualizing Taxi Trajectory Data Analysis Result Using Microsoft Virtual Earth

        Vincent Wenchen Zheng, Yu Zheng and Qiang Yang. Joint Learning User's Activities and Profiles from GPS Data

        Daisuke Yamamoto, Itsu Takumi and Hiroshi Matsuo. Location-Based Social Network Services Employing Student Cards for University

        Xin Lu, Yanwei Pang, Qiang Hao and Lei Zhang. Visualizing Textual Travelogue with Location-Relevant Images