Jan Klimke

Jan Klimke
Hasso Plattner Institute · Research Group Computer Graphics Systems

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Introduction
Jan Klimke currently works at the Research Group Computer Graphics Systems, Hasso Plattner Institute. Jan does research in Databases, Human-computer Interaction and Computer Graphics. Their current project is 'Visual Analytics for Sensor Data'.
Education
May 2009 - April 2019
Hasso Plattner Institute
Field of study
  • Computer Science
July 2007 - March 2009
Hasso Plattner Institute
Field of study
  • Computer Science
October 2003 - June 2007
Hasso Plattner Institute
Field of study
  • Computer Science

Publications

Publications (21)
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In many predictive maintenance scenarios, the costs for not accurately detecting or anticipating faults can be considerably higher than the cumulative costs for inspections or premature maintenance. However, conventional symmetric loss functions widely used in machine learning cannot reflect such different costs. In this paper, we propose a method...
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Integration and analysis of real-time and historic sensor data provides important insights into the operational status of buildings. There is a need for the integration of sensor data and digital representations of the built environment for furthering stakeholder engagement within the realms of Real Estate 4.0 and Facility Management (FM), especial...
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Integration and analysis of real-time and historic sensor data provides important insights into the operational status of buildings. There is a need for the integration of sensor data and digital representations of the built environment for furthering stakeholder engagement within the realms of Real Estate 4.0 and Facility Management (FM), especial...
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Virtual 3D city models represent and integrate a variety of spatial data and georeferenced data related to urban areas. With the help of improved remote-sensing technology, official 3D cadastral data, open data or geodata crowdsourcing, the quantity and availability of such data are constantly expanding and its quality is ever improving for many ma...
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Information cartography services provided via web-based clients using real-time rendering do not always necessitate a continuous stream of updates in the visual display. This paper shows how progressive rendering by means of multi-frame sampling and frame accumulation can introduce high-quality visual effects using robust and straightforward implem...
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Communication of cultural heritage by means of digital information systems has been gaining more and more importance over recent years. Interactive virtual 3D applications enable users to explore 3D virtual reconstructions in real-time, to directly interact with the contained digital cultural heritage artifacts, and to obtain insights into this dat...
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Presentation of Research Paper "Web-based and Mobile Provisioning of Virtual 3D Reconstructions"
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Virtual 3D city models provide powerful user interfaces for communication of 2D and 3D geoinformation. Providing high quality visualization of massive 3D geoinformation in a scalable, fast, and cost efficient manner is still a challenging task. Especially for mobile and web-based system environments, software and hardware configurations of target s...
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3D geovirtual environments (3D GeoVEs) such as virtual 3D city models serve as integration platforms for complex geospatial information and facilitate effective use and communication of that information. Recent developments towards standards and service-based, interactive 3D geovisualization systems enable the large-scale distribution of 3D GeoVEs...
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Virtual 3D city models provide powerful user interfaces for communication of 2D and 3D geoinformation. Providing high quality visualization of massive 3D geoinformation in a scalable, fast, and cost efficient manner is still a challenging task. Especially for mobile and web-based system environments, software and hardware configurations of target s...
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Design, implementation, and operation of services for interactive 3D geovisualiza-tion are faced with a large number of challenges including (a) processing and integration of massive amounts of heterogeneous and distributed 2D and 3D geodata such as terrain models, buildings models, and thematic georeferenced data, (b) assembling, styling, and rend...
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Large virtual 3D scenes play a major role in growing number of applications, systems, and technologies to effectively communicate complex spatial information. Their web-based provision, in particular on mobile devices, represents a key challenge for system and application development. In contrast to approaches based on streaming 3D scene data to cl...
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3D-geovirtuelle Umgebungen (3D GeoVE) als eine universelle Repräsentationsform für 3D-Geodaten stellen eine grundlegende technische Komponente von 3DGeoinformationssystemen dar. Virtuelle 3D-Stadtmodelle bilden die Modellgrundlage für eine wachsende Zahl von Anwendungen in unterschiedlichen Bereichen, wie z.B. Navigation, Stadtplanung, Katastrophen...
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Design, implementation, and operation of interactive 3D map services are faced with a large number of challenges including (a) processing and integration of massive amounts of heterogeneous and distributed 2D and 3D geodata such as terrain models, buildings models, and thematic georeferenced data, (b) assembling, styling, and rendering 3D map conte...
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Virtual 3D city models serve as integration platforms for complex geospatial and georeferenced information and as medium for effective communication of spatial information. In this paper, we present a system architecture for service-oriented, interactive D visualization of massive 3D city models on thin clients such as mobile phones and tablets. It...
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Georeferenced data is available from a wide range of sources, e.g., Directory Services, Sensor Observation Services, Web Feature Services or even proprietary interfaces. Many of the data originating from an Internet of Things will be three-dimensional representing outdoor as well as indoor geographic features and their properties. Based on this dat...
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This paper presents an approach for combining spatially distributed synchronous and asynchronous collaboration within 3D city models. Software applications use these models as additional communication medium to facilitate communication of georeferenced and geospatial information. Collaboration tools should support both the communication with other...
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Collaborative geovisualization provides effective means to communicate spatial information among a group of users. Annotations as one key element of collaborative geovisualization systems enable comprehension of collaboration processes and support time-shifted communication. By annotations we refer to user-generated information such as remarks, com...

Projects

Projects (4)
Project
Build visualization services that allow to build applications using massive 3D geodata also on lightweight devices and web environments.