Journal of Geographic Information System
ISSN Print:2151-1950
ISSN Online: 2151-1969
Google-based IF: 1.42  Citations h5-index & Ranking

Aims & Scope


Journal of Geographic Information System (JGIS) is an international refereed journal dedicated to the latest advancements in geographic information system. The goal of this journal is to keep a record of the state-of-the-art research and promote the research work in these fast moving areas. The journal publishes the highest quality, original papers included but not limited to the fields:


· Cartography and Geodesy

· Computational Geometry

· Computer Vision Applications in GIS

· Distributed, Parallel, and GPU Algorithms for GIS

· Earth Observation

· Environmental Geomatics — GIS, RS and Other Spatial Information Technologies

· Geographic Information Retrieval

· Geographical Analysis for Urban and Regional Development

· GIS and Cloud Computing

· GIS and High Performance Computing

· Human Computer Interaction and Visualization

· Image and Video Understanding

· Location Privacy, Data Sharing and Security

· Location-Based Services

· Performance Evaluation

· Photogrammetry

· Similarity Searching

· Social Networks and Volunteer Geographic

· Spatial Analysis and Integration

· Spatial and Spatio-Temporal Information Acquisition

· Spatial Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery

· Spatial Data Quality and Uncertainty

· Spatial Data Structures and Algorithms

· Spatial Data Warehousing, OLAP, and Decision Support

· Spatial Information and Society

· Spatial Modeling and Reasoning

· Spatial Query Processing and Optimization

· Spatial Semantic Web

· Spatio-Temporal Data Handling

· Spatio-Temporal Sensor Networks

· Spatio-Temporal Stream Processing

· Spatio-Textual Searching

· Standardization and Interoperability for GIS

· Storage and Indexing

· Systems, Architectures and Middleware for GIS

· Traffic Telematics

· Transportation

· Visual Languages and Querying

· Wireless, Web, and Real-Time Applications


We are also interested in short papers, as in the form of a letter, that clearly address a specific narrow problem and in papers that survey problems and new results pertaining to a certain topic. Authors may be invited to write short papers on the same topic in more than one successive issue of JGIS.

 
 
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