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Geoinformatica - An International Journal (GIIJ)
An International peer-review journal operated under CSC-OpenAccess Policy.
ISSN - 2180-1231
Published - Bi-Monthly   |   Established -    |   Year of Publication - 2017
Published by CSC Journals, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.

ABOUT GIIJ

Fast and mobile Internet access as well as a comprehensive standardization of the data exchange has opened the door to many new applications. Typical examples are spatial data infrastructures. They enable an overlay of data that reside on different computers but are geometrically referred to the same area. Spatial data infrastructures revolutionize the relations of citizens with administration and economy. Another booming field is location based services. This links mobile devices with spatial and temporal data. The most advanced concept is called Ubiquitous GIS which handles a great number of position-coded mobile objects such as containers within one system. The automatic administration of those objects has already gained importance within logistic enterprises.

According to the above mentioned thoughts, Geoinformatica An International Journal (GIIJ) aims at publishing scientific and technical developments in the diverse field of Geoinformatica. GIIJ is a peer review open access journal that covers all aspects and information on scientific and technical advances in the geoinformatica sciences. GIIJ is providing a platform for exploring research, development and innovative applications in geographic information science and related areas. GIIJ provides a privileged view of what is currently happening in the field of geoinformatics as well as a preview of what could be the hottest developments and research topics in the near future. Additionally, it includes recent research results on computational geometry and visualization, geographic data, geographic information science, geospatial databases, geospatial processing, global positioning system, spatial data analysis and innovative applications of geo technologies.

The journal welcomes professors, researchers, specialists and scientists to share their ideas, common interests, approaches and identify problems and their solutions with respect to geo-technologies.

READERSHIP

GIIJ aims to publish the scientific and technical information related to applied geography, computational geography and visualization, digital mapping, geo tags and geographic information. The journal provides a productive forum for the scientists, research centers, specialists and industrial experts to disseminate original and scientific research and to share their ideas, interests and latest researches relevant to geoinformatica. By covering both the original research papers and industrial experience-analysis studies and reports, the journal is targeted to be read by geologists, geographers, professors, researchers and scientists.

GIIJ publishes high quality research papers with a view to provide original and practical results to its readers so to assist them in making new researches in the field of spatial and other relevant sciences.

LIST OF TOPICS

Applied Geography
Close Range and Videometric Photogrammetry
Computational Geometry and Visualization
Digital Mapping
Distributed GIS/GIS and the Internet
Geo Tags
Geodata: Capture, Sources and Standards
Geographic Data
Geographic Information
Geographic Information Science
Geoinformatics
Geospatial Applications
Geospatial Databases
Geospatial Processing
Geospatial Web
Geostatistics
Global Positioning System
Guidance Systems
Integrated Geodesy
land and Geographic Information Systems
Location-Based Services
Map Services
Mobile Maps
Remote Sensing
Sensor Networks
Sensor Web
Spatial Cognition
Spatial Data Analysis
Spatial Databases
Spatial Ontologies and Interoperability
Surface Modelling
Web Services

ABSTRACTING & INDEXING

 

CITATION ANALYSIS

The publications of GIIJ are abstracted and indexed in following databases and websites.
The Citation Report will be finalized by June 2016. Below calculations are based on in-process citations that are extracted through Google Scholar.


Total Citations = 19
Self Citations = 0
Total Publications = 9


Citation Impact
(Total Citations - Self Citations) / Total Publications

Citation Impact
(19 - 0) / 9 = 2.111

 
In-Process Citation Report for GIIJ
 
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Bielefeld Academic Search Engine (BASE)
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