Vandenbroucke, Danny

Geographic Information Science at the Heart of Europe

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Table of contents

Part I. User Generated Data, Social Network Data

1. What You See is What You Map: Geometry-Preserving Micro-Mapping for Smaller Geographic Objects with mapIT

Falko Schmid, Lutz Frommberger, Cai Cai, Christian Freksa

2. Trust as a Proxy Measure for the Quality of Volunteered Geographic Information in the Case of OpenStreetMap
Carsten Keßler, René Theodore Anton Groot

3. A Thematic Approach to User Similarity Built on Geosocial Check-ins
Grant McKenzie, Benjamin Adams, Krzysztof Janowicz

4. Using Data from Location Based Social Networks for Urban Activity Clustering
Roberto Rösler, Thomas Liebig

Part II. Remote Sensing

5. Automatic Extraction of Complex Objects from Land Cover Maps
Eliseo Clementini, Enrico Ippoliti

6. Automatic Extraction of Forests from Historical Maps Based on Unsupervised Classification in the CIELab Color Space
P.-A. Herrault, D. Sheeren, M. Fauvel, M. Paegelow

Part III. Data Quality

7. Selecting a Representation for Spatial Vagueness: A Decision Making Approach
Mohammed I. Humayun, Angela Schwering

8. Provenance Information in Geodata Infrastructures
Christin Henzen, Stephan Mäs, Lars Bernard

Part IV. Formal Semantics

9. Matching Formal and Informal Geospatial Ontologies
Heshan Du, Natasha Alechina, Mike Jackson, Glen Hart

10. On the Formulation of Conceptual Spaces for Land Cover Classification Systems
Alkyoni Baglatzi, Werner Kuhn

Part V. Data Mining, Agregation and Disagregation

11. The Impact of Classification Approaches on the Detection of Hierarchies in Place Descriptions
Daniela Richter, Kai-Florian Richter, Stephan Winter

12. Error-Aware Spatio-Temporal Aggregation in the Model Web
Christoph Stasch, Edzer Pebesma, Benedikt Graeler, Lydia Gerharz

13. Privacy-Preserving Distributed Movement Data Aggregation
Anna Monreale, Wendy Hui Wang, Francesca Pratesi, Salvatore Rinzivillo, Dino Pedreschi, Gennady Andrienko, Natalia Andrienko

14. Moving and Calling: Mobile Phone Data Quality Measurements and Spatiotemporal Uncertainty in Human Mobility Studies
Corina Iovan, Ana-Maria Olteanu-Raimond, Thomas Couronné, Zbigniew Smoreda

15. Spatial Accuracy Evaluation of Population Density Grid Disaggregations with Corine Landcover
Johannes Scholz, Michael Andorfer, Manfred Mittlboeck

16. Tailoring Trajectories and their Moving Patterns to Contexts
Monica Wachowicz, Rebecca Ong, Chiara Renso

Part VI. Decision Support Systems Related to Mobility

17. Facility Use-Choice Model with Travel Costs Incorporating Means of Transportation and Travel Direction
Toshihiro Osaragi, Sayaka Tsuda

18. Design Principles for Spatio-Temporally Enabled PIM Tools: A Qualitative Analysis of Trip Planning
Amin Abdalla, Paul Weiser, Andrew U. Frank

19. Publish/Subscribe System Based on Event Calculus to Support Real-Time Multi-Agent Evacuation Simulation
Mohamed Bakillah, Alexander Zipf, Steve H. L. Liang

20. A Visual Analytics Approach for Assessing Pedestrian Friendliness of Urban Environments
Tobias Schreck, Itzhak Omer, Peter Bak, Yoav Lerman

21. Modelling the Suitability of Urban Networks for Pedestrians: An Affordance-Based Framework
David Jonietz, Wolfgang Schuster, Sabine Timpf

22. The Effects of Configurational and Functional Factors on the Spatial Distribution of Pedestrians
Yoav Lerman, Itzhak Omer

23. Examining the Influence of Political Factors on the Design of a New Road
Paulo Rui Anciaes

Keywords: Geography, Geographical Information Systems/Cartography

Publication year
Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography
Natural Sciences

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