Course on temporal GIS at University of Tehran
Andrew U. Frank
This is the outline of a course I taught at the University of Tehran in the Department of Surveying and Geomatics for their Ph.D. students in GIS in September 2004. It consisted of 10 units, each consists of abut 3 hours of lecturing.
I list at the end some research questions which I think might be interesting to get a research project started. I also include a list of all the papers and books I mentioned during the course. In the summary presented here you find links to files showing the black-board images I produced during the course; they are not edited; they contain certainly many errors and shortcomings and are likely difficult to understand without the verbal explanation which accompanied them.