Third International Workshop
Analysis of Multi-temporal Remote Sensing Images
16-18 May 2005
Beau Rivage Resort and Casino, Biloxi, Mississippi USA
The Third International Workshop on the Analysis of Multi-temporal Remote Sensing Images
(MultiTemp-2005) will continue the objective of the previous workshops to assess the
state-of-the-art of both theory and applications in the analysis of multi-temporal remote sensing
images and geospatial data.
MultiTemp-2005 is soliciting papers specifically addressing the use of multi-temporal remote
sensing imagery for serving the nine societal benefit areas identified by the Global Earth
Observation System of Systems (GEOSS). Papers may focus on benefits accruing to society from
existing or planned observations that are used in models or decision support systems, the
identification of gaps in Earth observations from space, or constraints (e.g., interoperability,
information technology, infrastructure) applicable to multi-temporal imaging. Ideally, the workshop
will have papers dealing with both the technical and applied issues surrounding the use of
multi-temporal remote sensing imagery in support of the nine societal benefit areas of GEOSS.
This year's Workshop will be held at the Beau Rivage Resort & Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi. The
Beau Rivage is conveniently located on the Mississippi Gulf Coast - approximately an hour drive
from New Orleans to the west and Mobile, Alabama to the east. A warm climate and Beau Rivage's
waterside location offer guests opportunities for boating, fishing, and relaxation on sandy
beaches along the Gulf of Mexico.