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    Chair of Computer Science I - Algorithms, Complexity, and Knowledge-Based Systems

    Dongliang Peng, M.Eng.

    Foto Peng

    Chair of Computer Science I
    University of Würzburg
    Am Hubland
    D-97074 Würzburg

    Room E17

    Tel.: +49 (0) 931-31-81395
    Fax: +49 (0) 931-31-825200

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    Research Interests

    • Algorithms for Geographic Information Systems
    • Optimization-Based Approaches for Cartography
    • Multi-Scale Map Representation
    • Continuous Map Generalization 

    CV

    • since Oct. 2012:
      PhD in Computer Science at the University of Würzburg
    • Sep. 2009 - Jun. 2012:
      Master in Cartography and GIS at Central South University
    • Sep. 2005 - Jun. 2009:
      Bachelor in Mapping Engineering at Central South University
    • I had a scholarship of the China Scholarship Council (CSC) from 2012-2014

    Key Publications

    An Optimization-Based Approach for Continuous Map Generalization
    Dissertation, 2017
    Dongliang Peng
    [paper.pdf]   [slides.pdf]

    Continuously Generalizing Buildings to Built-up Areas by Aggregating and Growing
    In 3rd ACM SIGSPATIAL Workshop on Smart Cities and Urban Analytics (UrbanGIS'17), 2017
    Dongliang Peng and Guillaume Touya
    [paper.pdf]   [slides.pdf]

    Using the A* Algorithm to Find Optimal Sequences for Area Aggregation
    In Advances in Cartography and GIScienceLecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography (ICC'17), 2017
    Dongliang Peng, Alexander Wolff and Jan-Henrik Haunert
    [paper.pdf]   [slides.pdf]

    Continuous Generalization of Administrative Boundaries Based on Compatible Triangulations
    In Geospatial Data in a Changing WorldLecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography (AGILE'16), 2016
    Dongliang Peng, Alexander Wolff and Jan-Henrik Haunert
    [paper.pdf]   [slides.pdf]   [animations]

    Morphing Linear Features Based on Their Entire Structures
    Transactions in GIS, 19(5): 653–677, 2015, 
    Min Deng and Dongliang Peng 
    [paper.pdf]


    Complete List of Publications

    An Optimization-Based Approach for Continuous Map Generalization
    Dissertation, 2017
    Dongliang Peng
    [paper.pdf]   [slides.pdf]

    Continuously Generalizing Buildings to Built-up Areas by Aggregating and Growing
    In 3rd ACM SIGSPATIAL Workshop on Smart Cities and Urban Analytics (UrbanGIS'17), 2017
    Dongliang Peng and Guillaume Touya
    [paper.pdf]   [slides.pdf]

    Using the A* Algorithm to Find Optimal Sequences for Area Aggregation
    In Advances in Cartography and GIScienceLecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography (ICC'17), 2017
    Dongliang Peng, Alexander Wolff and Jan-Henrik Haunert
    [paper.pdf]   [slides.pdf]

    Continuous Generalization of Administrative Boundaries Based on Compatible Triangulations
    In Geospatial Data in a Changing WorldLecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography (AGILE'16), 2016
    Dongliang Peng, Alexander Wolff and Jan-Henrik Haunert
    [paper.pdf]   [slides.pdf]   [animations]

    A Methodology of Handling Inconsistencies Between Line Objects in Multi-scale Maps based on the Optimum Correspondence Algorithm (in Chinese)
    基于整体极优对应的不同比例尺线目标一致化处理方法
    Geomatics and Information Science of Wuhan University, 41(8): 1046–1054, 2016
    Binbin Zhao, Min Deng, Dongliang Peng and Jianjun Zhu   
    [paper.pdf (in Chinese)]

    An Assimilation Method of Inconsistency Between Area Objects at Different Scales with Respect to Spatial Relation Constraints (in Chinese)
    顾及空间关系约束的不同比例尺面目标不一致性同化处理
    Geomatics and Information Science of Wuhan University, 41(7): 911–917, 2016 
    Binbin Zhao, Dongliang Peng, Shanshan Zhang, Shangshang Liu, Xuping Xiong and Quanfa Dai  
    [paper.pdf (in Chinese)]

    Change Classification and Detection of Hydrographic Objects from Maps of Different Scales (in Chinese)
    不同比例尺地图水系目标变化探测方法研究
    Geography and Geo-Information Science, 31(6): 25–29, 2015
    Xiaomi Wang, Binbin Zhao, Min Deng and Dongliang Peng
    [paper.pdf (in Chinese)]

    Morphing Linear Features Based on Their Entire Structures
    Transactions in GIS, 19(5): 653–677, 2015, 
    Min Deng and Dongliang Peng 
    [paper.pdf]

    Morphing Transformation of Linear Features by Using Independent Bend Structures More Sufficiently (in Chinese)
    更充分利用独立弯曲结构的线状要素Morphing变换方法
    Acta Geodaetica et Cartographica Sinica, 43(6): 637–644, 2014
    Dongliang Peng, Min Deng and Huimin Liu
    [paper.pdf (in Chinese)]

    Watch Your Data Structures!
    In 22nd GIS Research UK Conference, 371–381, 2014
    Dongliang Peng and Alexander Wolff
    [paper.pdf]   [slides.pdf]

    Morphing Polylines Based on Least Squares Adjustment
    In 16th ICA Workshop on Generalisation and Map Production, 2013
    Dongliang Peng, Jan-Henrik Haunert, Alexander Wolff and Christophe Hurter
    [paper.pdf]   [slides.pptx]

    A Method of Measuring Shape Similarity Between Multi-Scale Objects
    In 12th International Conference on GeoComputation, 2013
    Dongliang Peng and Min Deng
    [paper.pdf]

    An Investigation on the Change Law of Lengths of Interpolated Linear Features in Morphing Transformation (in Chinese)
    线状要素Morphing变换长度变化规律的探讨
    Geography and Geo-Information Science, 29(1): 22–27, 2013
    Dongliang Peng, Huimin Liu, Min Deng and Siyang Liu
    [paper.pdf (in Chinese)]

    A Methodology of Morphing Transformation of Linear Features for Map Continuous Generalization (in Chinese)
    面向地图连续综合的线状要素Morphing变换方法
    Master's Thesis, 2012
    Dongliang Peng
    [thesis.caj (in Chinese)]

    Multi-Scale Transformation of River Networks based on Morphing Technology
    河网多尺度Morphing的变换方法研究
    Journal of Remote Sensing, 16(5): 953–968, 2012
    Dongliang Peng, Min Deng and Binbin Zhao
    [paper.pdf]   [paper.pdf (in Chinese)]

    A Morphing method based on bend structures for linear features (in Chinese)
    一种基于弯曲结构的线状要素Morphing 方法
    Journal of Central South University (Science and Technology), 43(7): 2674–2682, 2012
    Min Deng, Dongliang Peng, Zhen Xu and Huimin Liu
    [paper.pdf (in Chinese)]

    A New Morphing Method of Linear Features Based on Bend Structures
    In ISPRS Workshop on Dynamic and Multi-Dimensional GIS, 2011
    Dongliang Peng, Min Deng, Zhen Xu and Huimin Liu
    [paper.pdf]

    A Novel Spatial Clustering Method Based on Multi-Constraints (in Chinese)
    一种基于多约束的空间聚类方法
    Geomatics and Information Science of Wuhan University, 40(4): 509–516, 2011
    Qiliang Liu, Min Deng, Yan Shi and Dongliang Peng
    [paper.pdf (in Chinese)]

    Validity Assessment of Spatial Clustering Methods Based on Gravitational Theory (in Chinese)
    基于力学思想的空间聚类有效性评价
    Geomatics and Information Science of Wuhan University, 36(8): 982–986, 2011
    Qiliang Liu, Min Deng, Dongliang Peng and Jiaqiu Wang
    [paper.pdf (in Chinese)]

    A Hierarchical Spatial Clustering Algorithm Based on Field Theory (in Chinese)
    一种基于场论的层次空间聚类算法
    Geomatics and Information Science of Wuhan University, 36(7): 847–852, 2011
    Min Deng, Dongliang Peng, Qiliang Liu and Yan Shi
    [paper.pdf (in Chinese)]

    Structural Property Analysis of Urban Street Networks Based on Complex Network Theory (in Chinese)
    基于复杂网络理论的城市路网结构特性分析
    Geography and Geo-Information Science, 26(5): 11–15, 2010
    Ling Zhao, Min Deng, Jiaqiu Wang and Dongliang Peng
    [paper.pdf (in Chinese)]

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