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Publikationen von Prof. Dr. Timpf


Referierte Artikel - Referierte Konferenzbeiträge - Andere Artikel - Andere Konferenzbeiträge - Buchkapitel - Editierte Bücher - Beiträge vor 2008

 

Antrittsvorlesung am 21.7.2010: "Geoinformatik im Dienst des Menschen" (pdf 46MB)

 

Referierte Artikel in Fachzeitschriften (fully reviewed)

  • Mazimpaka, J. D. & S. Timpf (2016) Trajectory data mining: A review of methods and applications. Journal Of Spatial Information Science, 13, 61-99.

  • Schwer, J., Timpf, S. (2016): Local-Level Site-Selection Model for Integrated Carsharing Services. In: GI_Forum 1, S. 243–249. DOI: 10.1553/giscience2016_01_s243

  • Bitsch, J., D. Jonietz & S. Timpf (2016) Eine agentenbasierte Fußgängersimulation zur Bewertung der Bewegungs- und Nutzungsmuster eines städtischen Platzes. AGIT - Journal für Angewandte Geoinformatik, 2, 353-363.

  • Jonietz, D. & S. Timpf (2015) On the Relevance of Gibson's Affordance Concept for Geographical Information Science (GISc). Cognitive Processing - International Quaterly of Cognitive Science, 16 (1 suppl.), 265-269.

  • Grashey-Jansen, S. and Timpf, S., 2010, Soil Hydrology of irrigated orchards and agent-based simulation of a soil-dependent precision irrigation system. Advanced Science Letters, 3, pp. 259-272.

  • Ostermann, F. und Timpf, S., 2009, Use and appropriation of space in urban public parks – GIS methods in social geography, Geographica Helvetica, 64 (1), pp.30-36.

  • Caduff, D. and Timpf, S., 2008, On the assessment of landmark salience for human navigation. Cognitive Processing, 9, pp. 249-267.

  • Timpf, S., 2008, Location-based Services - Personalisierung mobiler Dienste durch Verortung. Informatik Spektrum, 31, pp. 70-74.

Referierte Konferenzbeiträge (fully reviewed)

  • Mazimpaka, J. D. & S. Timpf. 2016. A visual and computational analysis approach for exploring significant locations and time periods along a bus route. In Proceedings of the 9th ACM SIGSPATIAL International Workshop on Computational Transportation Science (IWCTS ’16), eds. S. Winter, G. S. Thakur & N. Ronald, 43-48. New York: ACM.

  • Mazimpaka, J. D. & S. Timpf. 2015. Exploring the Potential of Combining Taxi GPS and Flickr Data for Discovering Functional Regions. In AGILE 2015: Geographic Information Science as an Enabler of Smarter Cities and Communities, eds. F. Bacao, M. Y. Santos & M. Painho, 3-18. Springer.
  • Von Groote-Bidlingmaier, C., Timpf S. (2010): GIS-gestützte Bestimmung von Nah- und Fernzielen auf Radwanderwegen. In: ZIPF, A., Behncke K., Hillen F., Schaefermeyer, J. [Hrsg.]: Geoinformatik 2010: Die Welt im Netz. Konferenzband 17.-19. März 2010 Kiel, Heidelberg, 118 - 125

  • Jonietz, D., C. v. Groote-Bidlingmaier & S. Timpf. 2015. Assessing the Influence of Road Network Connectivity on the Predictive Quality of a Route Probability Calculation Model. In Progress in Location-based Services, ed. J. M. Krisp, 19-32. Heidelberg, Berlin: Springer.

  • Jonietz, D., C. v. Groote-Bidlingmaier & S. Timpf. 2015. Testing a Route Probability Model with Floating Car Data. In AGILE 2015 Short papers. Lisbon, Portugal.

  • von Groote-Bidlingmaier, C., S. Timpf & K. Hilbert. 2014. Estimating Moving Regions out of Point Data – from Excavation Sites in the Amazon region to Areas of Influence of Prehistoric Cultures. In Connecting a Digital Europe through Location and Place. Proceedings of the AGILE'2014, eds. J. Huerta, S. Schade & C. Granell, 133-137.

  • von Groote-Bidlingmaier, C., S. Timpf & K. Hilbert. 2014. Erstellung von potenziellen Einflussgebieten auf der Basis von archäologischen Ausgrabungsorten – am Beispiel prähistorischer Kulturen im Amazonasgebiet. In Angewandte Geoinformatik 2014 - Beiträge zum 26. AGIT-Symposium, eds. J. Strobl, T. Blaschke, G. Griesebner & B. Zagel, 77-86. Wichmann.

  • von Groote-Bidlingmaier, C., D. Jonietz & S. Timpf. 2014. Calculating Route Probability from Uncertain Origins to a Destination. In Progress in Location-Based Services, eds. G. Gartner & H. Huang, 19-32. Springer.

  • Karrais, N., A. Keler & S. Timpf. 2014. Routing through a continuous field constrained by a network. In Extended Abstract Proceedings of the GIScience 2014. Movement and Context, eds. K. Stewart, E. Pebesma, G. Navratil, P. Fogliaroni & M. Duckham, 57-61. Vienna.

  • Jonietz, D. & S. Timpf. 2014. Modelling the Suitability of Places for Actions. In Geodesign Summit Europe. Delft, Netherlands.

  • Benedek, M., C. von Groote-Bidlingmaier & S. Timpf. 2014. GIS-gestützte Analyse und Optimierung von Bike-Sharing-Systemen. In Angewandte Geoinformatik 2014 - Beiträge zum 26. AGIT-Symposium, eds. J. Strobl, T. Blaschke, G. Griesebner & B. Zagel, 414-423. Berlin und Offenbach: Wichmann.

  • Vasardani, M., S. Timpf, S. Winter & M. Tomko. 2013. From Descriptions to Depictions – a conceptual framework. In COSIT 2013 - 11th International Conference, , eds. T. Tenbrink, J. Stell, A. Galton & Z. Wood, 299-319.

  • Jonietz, D. & S. Timpf. 2013. An Affordance-Based Simulation Framework for Assessing Spatial Suitability. In COSIT'2013 - 11th International Conference, eds. T. Tenbrink, J. Stell, A. Galton & Z. Wood, 169-184. Springer.

  • Jonietz, D., W. Schuster & S. Timpf. 2013. Modelling the Suitability of Urban Networks for Pedestrians: An Affordance-Based Framework. In Geographic Information Science at the Heart of Europe (AGILE'13), eds. D. Vandenbroucke, B. Bucher & J. Crompvoets, 369-382. Springer.

  • Hirtle, S., S. Timpf & T. Tenbrink. 2011. The Effect of Activity on Relevance and Granularity for Navigation. In COSIT'11 - International Conference on Spatial Information Theory, eds. M. Egenhofer, N. Giudice, R. Moratz & M. Worboys, 73-89. Berlin / Heidelberg: Springer.

  • Von Groote-Bidlingmaier, C., Timpf S. (2010): GIS-gestützte Bestimmung von Nah- und Fernzielen auf Radwanderwegen. In: Strobl, J., Blaschke J., Griesebner G. [Hrsg.]: Angewandte Geoinformatik 2010 - Beiträge zum 22. AGIT-Symposium Salzburg, 443 - 452

  • Timpf, S. and Klügl, F., 2008, Grounding geo-spatial agents in multi-agent simulations. In Simulation in Umwelt- und Geowissenschaften - Workshop Dübendorf, J. Wittmann, H.-P. Bader and R. Scheidegger (Eds.), Shaker Verlag Aachen, pp. S. 45-54.

  • Timpf, S., 2008, Appropriating Places in Public Spaces - a Multi-Agent Simulation. In Workshop 1: Agent-Based Simulation - From Cognitive Modelling to Engineering Practice, F. Klügl, S. Timpf and U. Schmid (Eds.) (Gesellschaft für Informatik - Workshop Proceedings der KI'08 Kaiserslautern), pp. 13-24.

Andere Artikel in Fachzeitschriften (abstract reviewed)

  • Geers, D. G., S. Timpf & S. Liang (2011) CTS 2010 workshop report: The Third International Workshop on Computational Transportation Science (San Jose, California - November 2, 2010). SIGSPATIAL Special, 3, 5-5.

  • Timpf, S. and Klügl, F., 2008, Räumliche Mobilität und KI. Künstliche Intelligenz, 2008 (3), pp. 5-7.

  • Timpf, S., 2008, Interview mit Kai Nagel. Künstliche Intelligenz, 2008 (3), pp. 33-36.

Andere Konferenzbeiträge (abstract reviewed oder Poster)

  • Von Groote-Bidlingmaier, C., Hilbert, K., Schwer, J., Timpf, S. (2015): Interactive WebGIS for Archaeological Settlement Pattern Analysis – A Requirement Analysis. 27th International Cartographic Conference (ICC). August 2015, Rio de Janeiro. ISBN: 978-85-88783-11-9 

  • Jonietz, D. & S. Timpf. 2012. Incorporating the Influence of Urban Pedestrian Infrastructure into a Walking Accessibility Model (Abstract for Poster: Winner of mobil.TUM 2012 Poster Award). In mobil.TUM 2012 International Scientific Conference on Mobility and Transport.

  • von Groote-Bidlingmaier, C. & S. Timpf. 2012. Modeling and analysis of migration movement of pre-colonial cultures in the Amazon basin. In Proceedings 1st AGILE PhD School 13.-14.03.2012 Wernigerode/Harz, eds. H. Pundt & L. Bernard.

  • von Groote-Bidlingmaier, C. & S. Timpf. 2012. Optimierung eines netzwerkgestützten Beschilderungskonzepts. In Geoinformatik 2012: Mobilität und Umwelt, eds. M.-O. Löwner, H. F. & R. Wohlfahrt, 17-23.

  • Jonietz, D. & S. Timpf. 2012. Entwicklung eines GIS-basierten Bikeablity-Index am Beispiel der Stadt Augsburg. In Geoinformatik 2012: Mobilität und Umwelt, eds. M.-O. Löwner, H. F. & R. Wohlfahrt, 83-90.

  • Klügl, F., M. Wissner, S. Timpf & E. Andre. 2011. Bridging Virtual World Visualization and Multiagent Simulation (short paper). In SCAI 2011. Trondheim.

  • Timpf, S. and Grashey-Jansen, S., 2009, Simulating a wireless soil moisture sensor network using a multi-agent toolkit (extended abstract). In AGILE'09, Hannover.

Buchkapitel

  • Timpf, S., 2009, Towards Simulating Cognitive Agents in Public Transport Systems. In: Multi-Agent Systems for Traffic and Transportation, A.L. Bazzan and F. Klügl (Eds.), pp. 176-191 (Hershey, PA, USA: IGI Global).
  • Timpf, S., 2008, Hierarchies and Level of Detail. In Encyclopedia of GIS, S. Shekhar and H. Xiong (Eds.), pp. 431-434, Springer Verlag.

Editierte Bücher

  • Timpf, S. & P. Laube. 2013. Advances in Spatial Data Handling – Geospatial Dynamics, Geosimulation and Exploratory Visualization. Springer.

  • Klügl, F., Timpf, S., & Schmid, U. (Eds.). (2008). Workshop 1: Agent-Based Simulation - From Cognitive Modelling to Engineering Practice Kaiserslautern: Gesellschaft für Informatik - Workshop Proceedings der KI'08 Kaiserslautern

Reports

 

Publikationen vor 2008

 

Referierte Artikel in Fachzeitschriften (fully reviewed)

  • Timpf, S. “Ontologies of Wayfinding: a traveler’s perspective.” Networks and Spatial Economics 2(1): 9-22, 2002.
  • Frank, A.U. and S. Timpf. “Multiple Representations for cartographic objects in a multi-scale tree – an intelligent graphical zoom.” Computers and Graphics, Special Issue on Modelling and Visualization of Spatial Data in GIS, 18(6): 823-829, 1994.

Referierte Konferenzbeiträge (fully reviewed)

  • Würth, R. and Timpf, S. “Ein Navigationsassistent für Fußgänger in der Stadt aufbauend auf den Strukturelementen von Kevin Lynch.” Angewandte Geographische Informationsverarbeitung XVIII, Salzburg, 2006.
  • Pearce, O. and Timpf, S. “Erreichbarkeit von Haltestellen des öffentlichen Verkehrs zu verschiedenen Tageszeiten.” Angewandte Geographische Informationsverarbeitung XVIII, Salzburg, 2006.
  • Caduff, D. and Timpf, S. “The Landmark Spider – Representing Landmark Knowledge for Wayfinding Tasks”. AAAI 2005 Spring Symposium on "Reasoning with Mental and External Diagrams: Computational Modeling and Spatial Assistance", Barkowsky, T., Freksa, C., Hegarty, M. and Lowe, R. (Eds.), Technical Report SS-05-06, AAAI Press, Stanford, CA, 2005.
  • Rüetschi, U.J. and Timpf, S. “Using Image Schemata to Represent Meaningful Spatial Configurations.” In: R. Meersman, Z. Tari and P. Herrero (Editors), On the Move to Meaningful Internet Systems 2005. Springer Verlag, pp. 1047-1055, 2005.
  • Rüetschi, U.J. and Timpf, S. “Modelling Wayfinding in Public Transport: Network Space and Scene Space”. In: C. Freksa and et.al. (Editors), Spatial Cognition 2004. Springer, Lake Chiemsee, Bavaria, Germany, pp. 24-41, 2004.
  • Heye, C., Rüetschi, U. J., and Timpf, S. “Komplexität von Routen in öffentlichen Verkehrssystemen.” Angewandte Geographische Informationsverarbeitung XV, Salzburg, pp.159-168, 2003.
  • Timpf, S. and Kuhn, W. “Granularity Transformations in Wayfinding.” In: Spatial Cognition III, edited by Freksa, C., Habel, C., Brauer, W., Wender, K.F. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer Verlag, pp. 77-88, 2003.
  • Timpf, S. “Abstraction, levels of detail, and hierarchies in map series.” In: Spatial Information Theory – Cognitive and computational foundations of geographic information science (COSIT’99), edited by Freksa, C. and Mark, D.M. Lecture Notes in Computer science 1661, Springer Verlag, pp. 125-140, 1999.
  • Timpf, S. “Map Cube Model – a model for multi-scale data.” In 8th International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling (SDH’98) in Vancouver, Canada, edited by Poiker, Thomas K. and Chrisman, Nicholas, International Geographical Union, pp. 190-201, 1998.
  • Twaroch, F., Heisler, M., & Timpf, S. Zur Verfuegbarkeit von Geodaten im Internet. In J. S. u. F. Dollinger (Ed.), AGIT’98 (Vol. 1, pp. 393-402). Salzburg: Wichmann Verlag, 1998.
  • Timpf, S. and Frank, A.U. “Exploring the life of screen objects.” In Auto-Carto 13 in Seattle, WA, USA, ACSM, pp. 195-203, 1997.
  • Timpf, S and Frank, A.U. “Using hierarchical spatial data structures for hierarchical spatial reasoning.” In: Spatial Information Theory – A Theoretical Basis for GIS (COSIT’97), edited by Hirtle, S.C. and Frank, A.U. Lecture Notes in Computer Science Vol.1329. Springer Verlag, pp. 69-83, 1997.
  • Timpf, S. and Frank, A. U. “Metadaten – multimedial ?” In Angewandte Geographische Informationsverarbeitung IX (AGIT) in Salzburg, edited by Dollinger, F. and Strobl, J., Institut fuer Geographie, Universitaet Salzburg, pp. 163-172, 1997.
  • Timpf, S., Raubal, M., and Kuhn, W. “Experiences with Metadata.” In 7th Int. Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, SDH’96, Advances in GIS Research II in Delft, The Netherlands (August 12-16, 1996), edited by Kraak, Menno-Jan and Molenaar, M., IGU, pp. 12B.31 – 12B.43, 1996.
  • Timpf, S., and Frank, A. U. “A Multi-Scale DAG for Cartographic Objects.” In Auto-Carto 12 in Charlotte, NC (Feb. 27 – March 1, 1995), ACM/ASPRS, 157-163, 1995.
  • Timpf, S., G. S. Volta, D.W. Pollock, and M.J. Egenhofer. “A Conceptual Model of Wayfinding Using Multiple Levels of Abstractions”. In: Theories and Methods of Spatio-Temporal Reasoning in Geographic Space, edited by A.U. Frank, I. Campari and U. Formentini. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 639, Springer Verlag, pp. 348-367, 1992.

Andere Artikel in Fachzeitschriften (abstract reviewed)

  • Timpf, S., Egenhofer, M. J., and Frank, A.U. “Ein konzeptionelles Modell für Navigation in Fernstrassennetzen.” Zeitschrift für Vermessungswesen, 122 (1): 1997.
  • Timpf, S. and Frank, A.U. “Metadaten – vom Datenfriedhof zur multimedialen Datenbank.” Nachrichten aus dem Karten- und Vermessungswesen, Reihe I, no. 117, pp. 115 – 123, 1997.
  • Frank, A.U., and Timpf, S. “Forschungsprojekte der Abteilung Geoinformation an der TU Wien.” Nachrichten aus dem Karten- und Vermessungswesen, Reihe I, no. 113, pp. 51-63, 1995.

Andere Konferenzbeiträge (abstract reviewed oder Poster)

  • Timpf, S., Ostermann, F., Lusti, A. and Böckli, L. “Claiming personal space in public parks” (poster), Conference on Geographic Information Science, Münster, September 2006.
  • Rüetschi, U.J., Caduff, D., Timpf, S., Schulz, F. and Wolff, A. “Network Routing by Landmarks” (extended abstract), Swiss Transport Research Conference, Monte Verita, CD-ROM, March 2006.
  • Bühler-Conrad, E., Timpf, S., Elsasser, H., Kaspar, H. and Ostermann, F. “Sustainable design and management of urban public parks” (poster). Kick-off meeting for the National Focus Programme NFP54, Bern, October 3, 2005.
  • Rüetschi, U.J. and Timpf, S. “Representing Scenes” (poster). COSIT, Ellicottville, USA, September 16-18, 2005.
  • Timpf, S., Rüetschi, U.J., Caduff, D. “Cognitive Wayfinding Agents in Public Transportation Networks” (abstract). Cognitive Science Conference, Stresa, Italy, CD-ROM, July 20-23, 2005.
  • Timpf, S. “Cognitive Wayfinding Agents in Public Transportation”. Swiss Transport Research Conference, Monte Verita, CD-ROM, March 2005.
  • Caduff, D. and Timpf, S. “Weaving the Landmark Web”. Swiss Transport Research Conference, Monte Verita, CD-ROM, March 2005.
  • Rüetschi, U.J. and Timpf, S. “Schematic Geometry of Public Transport Spaces for Wayfinding”. In: M. Raubal, A. Sliwinski and W. Kuhn (Editors), Münsteraner GI-Tage. IfGIprints. Institut für Geoinformatik, Münster, Münster, Westphalia, Germany, pp. 191-203, 2004.
  • Timpf, S. “Notes on the timely presentation of route related information.” In: Location based services & Telecartography edited by G. Gartner. Geowissenschaftliche Mitteilungen, Heft Nr. 66, Technische Universität Wien, pp.157-160, 2004.
  • Heye, C., and Timpf, S. “Factors influencing the physical complexity of routes in public transportation systems.” International Conference on Travel Behavior Research, Luzern, Switzerland, 2003.
  • Timpf, S., and Heye, C. “Complexity of Routes in multi-modal wayfinding (extended abstract)”. In: GIScience 2002, at Boulder, CO, edited by M.J. Egenhofer, D.M. Mark and M. Goodchild, 2002.
  • Hakimpour, F. and Timpf. S. “A Step towards Geodata Integration using Formal Ontologies.” AGILE 2002 in Palma di Mallorca, Spain. Eds. Ruiz, M., Gould, M., Ramon, J.. Universitat de les Illes Balears, pp. 55-60, 2002.
  • Timpf, S. “The Information Broker: problem-solving knowledge for location-based services.” Extended Abstract, AGILE 2001 in Brno, Czech Republic. Ed. Konecny, M., Masaryk University Brno, pp.203-204, 2001.
  • Hakimpour, F. and Timpf, S. “Using ontologies for the resolution of semantic heterogeneity in GIS.” AGILE 2001 in Brno, Czech Republic. Ed. Konecny, M., Masaryk University Brno, pp.385-395, 2001.
  • Timpf, S. and Kuhn, W. “Functional Specifications of Multilevel Highway Navigation (extended abstract).” In Workshop on Functional and Logic Programming in Benicassim, Spain, ed. Alpuente, M., Polytechnical University Valencia, pp.480-485, 2000.
  • Timpf, S. and Devogele, T. “Multi-scale representations – why do we need them and what tools exist in GIS?” In ICC’97 in Stockholm, Editor: Lars Ottoson, pp.1381-1386, 1997.
  • Timpf, S., and Frank, A. “A multi-scale data structure for cartographic objects.” In ICC’95 in Barcelona, edited by ICA, pp.1389-1396, 1995.

Buchkapitel

  • Timpf, S. “Wayfinding with mobile devices – decision support for the mobile citizen”. In: S. Rana and J. Sharma (Editors), Frontiers in GI-Technology. Springer Verlag, expected publication December 2005.
  • Timpf, S. “Geographic Activity Models.” In Foundations of Geographic Information Science, edited by M. Duckham, M. Goodchild and M.F. Worboys, pp. 241-54. London and New York: Taylor & Francis, 2003.
  • Timpf, S. “Cartographic objects in a multi-scale data structure.” In: Geographic Information Research: Bridging the Atlantic, edited by Craglia, M., and Couclelis, H. Taylor & Francis, pp. 224-234, 1997.

Editierte Bücher

  • Kuhn, W., Worboys, M., and Timpf, S.: “Spatial Information Theory: Foundations of Geographic Information Science.” Springer Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, p.399, 2003.
  • Kuhn, W., and Timpf, S.: Cosit’95 Doctoral Consortium. Vol. 9, Geoinfo Series. Vienna: Dept. of Geoinformation, 1995.

Monographien

  • Timpf, S. “Hierarchical structures in map series.” Dissertation, Technical University Vienna, 1998.
  • Timpf, S. “Ein konzeptionelles Modell für Navigation in Fernstrassennetzen”. Institut für Photogrammetrie und Ingenieurvermessung. Hannover, Universität Hannover 1993.
  • Timpf, S. “Conceptual Modeling of Highway Navigation.” Master thesis, Department of Surveying Engineering. University of Maine, 1992.

Weitere Publikationen

  • Timpf, S. “Task models for geographic information processing.” Technical Report, University of Zürich, 2001.
  • Timpf, S. “A collage metaphor to support multi-modal wayfinding.” Technical Report, University of Zürich, 2001.
  • Timpf, S., Kottik, P., and Frank, A.U. “Morphing between map scales.” Technical Report, University of Zürich, 2000.
  • Timpf, S. “A multi-scale data structure for zooming.” In COSIT’95 Doctoral Consortium, edited by Kuhn, W. and Timpf, S. 9. Vienna: Dept. of Geoinformation, pp. 15-23, 1996.
  • Timpf, S., P. Burrough, et al. (1994). “Concepts and paradigms for spatial data: geographical objects with indeterminate boundaries”. Report on the ESF workshop in Baden, Austria. GISDATA Newsletter No.4, 1994.