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The Development of Epistemological Theories: Beliefs About Knowledge and Knowing and Their Relation to Learning
There have been a number of research programs that have investigated students’ thinking and beliefs about the nature of knowledge and knowing, including definitions of knowledge, how knowledge isExpand
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Epistemological Understanding as a Metacognitive Process: Thinking Aloud During Online Searching
Personal epistemology has typically been conceptualized in one of two primary ways: as a cognitive developmental process or as a system of beliefs. The approach that is elaborated here is to conceiveExpand
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Reproducible research and GIScience: an evaluation using AGILE conference papers
The demand for reproducible research is on the rise in disciplines concerned with data analysis and computational methods. Therefore, we reviewed current recommendations for reproducible research andExpand
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The Development and Interlinkage of a Drought Vocabulary in the EuroGEOSS Interoperable Catalogue Infrastructure
Metadata catalogues are used for facilitating the discovery of data and web services in, e.g., growing collections of Earth observation resources. Two conditions need to be met in order toExpand
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Coupling formalized knowledge bases with object-based image analysis
Object-based image analysis (OBIA) is a widely used method for knowledge-based interpretation of very high resolution imagery. It relies on expert knowledge to classify the desired classes from theExpand
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Assessment of Workforce Demands to Shape GIS&T Education
The Body of Knowledge for Geographic Information Science and Technology (GIST (2) a lack of competences in programming and application development; and (3) a poor coverage of web-related aspects.Expand
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Coupling Knowledge with GIS Operations: The Benefits of Extended Operation Descriptions
The automated development of spatial analysis workflows is one of the envisioned benefits of Web services that provide geoprocessing functionality. Automated workflow development requires the meansExpand
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Demography of Twitter Users in the City of London: An Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis Approach
Geolocated tweets are not evenly spread across space, but appear in accumulations. By exploring a collection of 3 months of geolocated tweets for London, this work analyses tweet hotspots andExpand
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Innovation in geoprocessing for a Digital Earth
Online geoprocessing, the provision and the use of spatial analysis functionality on the Web, is a powerful technological approach to fully realise the vision of a Digital Earth. The Digital EarthExpand
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