Lecture13b

Lecture13b - Context New Research Directions for the...

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1 New Research Directions for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Workshop Report Mapping Sciences Committee NGA Sponsor Keith C. Clarke, MSC Chair Context • 2006 Mapping Science Committee report Priorities for GEOINT Research at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency “Hard” research problems Top ten priorities Prioritized Recommendations 2006 Priorities Report Priority 1: Spatiotemporal data mining and knowledge discovery from heterogeneous sensor systems • Multilevel security Priority 2: Spatiotemporal database management systems • Process automation versus human cognition Visualization • HPC and Grid computing for geospatial data • Role of text and place name search in data integration • Reuse and preservation of data • Detection of moving objects from multiple heterogeneous intelligence sources Committee Task “Within this context, H. Gregory Smith, NGA Chief Scientist, asked the National Research Council to convene a workshop to explore the evolution of the five core areas and to identify emerging disciplines that may improve the quality of geospatial intelligence over the next fifteen years. This report summarizes the discussions at the workshop.”
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2 Historically, NGA has supported research in five core areas • Photogrammetry and Geomatics • Remote sensing and Imagery science • Geodesy and Geophysics • Cartographic science • Geographic information systems and Geospatial analysis The Process • Steering Committee: 7 people, met to plan workshop February 19th, 2010. Selected cross cutting themes • Invited White Paper authors and keynote Speakers • Workshop: May 17-19, 2010. Keck Center. • Report-writing: Steering committee • Report review: NRC • Report release, briefing Cross-cutting themes Visual Analytics Participatory Sensing Beyond fusion Forecasting Human terrain ht p:/ vita.itn.liu.se/gav/gav/1.174303/GAV-Demo.png ht p:/ www.natural-environment.com/images/blog/space_junk_2.jpg ht p:/ kot kegae.appspot.com/images/taxi-flow-nyc.jpg ht p:/ ajperez.net/Images/InfoViz_smal 2.gif ht p:/ 2.bp.blogspot.com/_InzW19CnouI/SaMDNpGClZI/AAAAAAAAAA8/3DGaPvuW7-Q/s1600-h/Grif eyWordle.png ht p:/ www.perceptualedge.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/horizon-graph-large.jpg Visual analytics : the science of analytic reasoning, facilitated by interactive visual interfaces.
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3 Participatory sensing
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