AutoCarto 2022 Presentations (Old)


1. Inclusion in Cartography and GIScience

Cartographic Aspects of Animated Epidemiological Dashboards: A Human Subjects Experiment
Kwang-il Yoo and Barry Kronenfeld

Mapping the Unequal Risk of Police Violence: A Critical Response to Predictive Policing
Elisabeth Sedano and Christopher Hayner

Subjective and Objective Evaluation of Data Quality Visualization Methods on Navigational Charts
Christos Kastrisios and Colin Ware

Thematic Tactile Maps for Blind and Visually-Impaired People: A Conceptual Cartographic Framework for Map Creation using Open-Source Data and LCD Printing Technology
Yi-Rong Chen and Stephan van Gasselt

2. Diversity, Ethics, and Equality

On Cognitive Justice and Trans-Ontological Approaches for Ecosystem Services and Earth Observation (Eo) Ecosystem Accounting
Christy Caudill, Fraser Taylor, Peter Pulsifer and Gordon Osinski

Can There Be a Spatial Data Science Ethics?
David DiBiase and Anthony Robinson

Learning Proper and Ethical Data Classification for Thematic Maps
Rex Cammack

Analyze emergency-vehicle dispatches in Dallas, Texas, USA
Yanan Wu, Yalin Yang and May Yuan

3. Uncertainty in Geospatial Data

Mapping Spatial and Temporal Variability in Mobility Patterns in California During 2020-2022
Evgeny Noi, Alexander Rudolph and Somayeh Dodge

Forest Composition Assessment from High-Resolution Remotely Sensed Imagery
Abishek Poudel and Eddie Bevilacqua

Spatial Data In the Age of COVID-19. Lessons learned in managing, serving, and teaching with public health data
Stacy Curry-Johnson, Natalie Robbins and Wernke Steven

Enhancing and Validating GeoNames Data with Digital Nautical Charts Data: A Case Study in the Papping of Freeform Map Label
Dakotah Maguire, Jason Kaufman, Alexandre Sorokine and Robert Stewart

4. Power of Maps for Equity and Social Justice (1)

Overlooked Voices under Strict Lockdown: Mapping Humanitarian Needs in 2022 Shanghai COVID-19 Outbreak
Bing Zhou, Lei Zou, Mingzheng Yang, Binbin Lin and Debayan Mandal

MixMap: Exploring User-Driven Semantic Similarity of Places
Grant McKenzie, Sarah Battersby and Vidya Setlur

The unequal impact of COVID-19: An analysis of mobility behaviors of socially vulnerable populations
Hoeyun Kwon and Caglar Koylu

Spatiotemporal Flood Exposure Changes in the CONUS from 2001 – 2016
Jinwen Xu and Yi Qiang

5. Power of Maps for Equity and Social Justice (2)

Understanding perception of different urban thermal model visualizations
Gunjan Barua, Thomas J. Pingel and Theodore C. Lim

Towards Humanitarian GIScience: Myriad Maps in an Applied Forensic Humanitarian Context
Molly Miranker and Alberto Giordano

Exploring the health disparity of long-term PM2.5 exposure with advanced PM2.5 mapping and hospital admission records
Guofeng Cao

Interactive Web Mapping for Multi-Criteria Assessment of Redistricting Plans
Jacob Kruse, Song Gao, Yuhan Ji and Kenneth Mayer

6. Geotracking and Social Networks

A Geospatial Analysis of Animal Movement: Why did the elephant cross the Zambezi?
Molly Azami, Marguerite Madden, Ferrell Osborn, Andrea Presotto, William Langbauer and Malvern Karidozo

Multi-Granular Geovisualizations of Public Perceptions of COVID-19 through the Lens of Twitter
Binbin Lin, Lei Zou, Mingzheng Yang and Bing Zhou

Quantifying the impacts of social infrastructure on human networks
Yalin Yang, Yanan Wu and May Yuan

Examining Journey to Overdose Using Spatial Social Network Analysis
Amir Masoud Forati, Rina Ghose and John Mantsch

7. Use and Misuse of Geographic Information in Social Media

Uncertainties in Geolocating Social Media Data for Disaster Research
Debayan Mandal, Lei Zou, Heng Cai, Binbin Lin, Bing Zhou, Joynal Abedin and Mingzheng Yang

Empowering Disaster Response with Social Media and GeoAI: Opportunities and Challenges
Lei Zou, Bing Zhou, Binbin Lin, Debayan Mandal, Heng Cai, Mingzheng Yang and Joynal Abedin

Ethical Analysis of Geosocial Data to Balance Social and Individual Interests
Dirk Burghardt and Alexander Dunkel

A Web-Based Geographic Framework to Detect and Visualize Space-Time Clusters of Covid-19
Yu Lan and Eric Delmelle

8. Empathy and Integrity in Cartography and GIScience

Developing racial equity and social justice learning content with inclusive and culturally sensitive considerations
Niki Wong

Mapping the Historical Landscapes of the Underground Railroad
Jeremy Mennis

Visual Storytelling with Maps: Update and Outlook from an Empirical Study
Zihan Song, Robert Roth, Lily Houtman, Tim Prestby, Alicia Iverson and Song Gao

Developing synthetic individual-level population datasets: The case of contextualizing maps of privacy-preserving census data
Yue Lin and Ningchuan Xiao

9. Machine Learning and GeoAI in Cartography

Neural Networks for Generalized Relief Shading, Contour Lines and Coastlines
Bernhard Jenny, Dilpreet Singh, Bridget Walker, Tom Patterson, Magnus Heitzler, Marianna Farmakis-Serebryakova, Lorenz Hurni and Timofey Samsonov

May AI Help You? Automatic Settlement Selection for Small-Scale Maps Using Selected Machine Learning Models
Izabela Karsznia, Robert Weibel and Stefan Leyk

A Review and Synthesis of Recent GeoAI Research for Cartography: Methods, Applications, and Ethics
Yuhao Kang, Song Gao and Robert Roth

10. Spatialization and Modeling

CroScalar: A Muti-Scale Modeling Framework for Spatio-Temporal Data
Yi Qiang and Barbara Buttenfield

Lowering the bar for lidar point cloud exploration and use in mapping
Ethan Shavers and Lawrence Stanislawski

Towards a Geomorphologically-Plausible Spatialization of Graph Data
Antoni Moore

11. Special Session in Memory of Lynn Usery

Modeling the spatiotemporally dynamic transmissibility of Covid-19
Hao Yang and Angela Yao

Comparing Line Feature Morphology with Scale Specific Sinuosity Distributions: A Modified Earth Mover’s Distance
Barry Kronenfeld, Barbara Buttenfield, Ethan Shavers and Larry Stanislawski

Cognition and Perception of Map Projections: A Review
Fritz Kessler and Sarah Battersby

Evaluating methods for automated mapping of apexes of non-linear eminences
Genevieve Joly, Gaurav Sinha and Wael Hassan

12. Student Success in Empowering Social Goods with Cartography & GIScience (Panel Session)


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