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An assessment of Public Participation GIS and Web 2.0 technologies in urban planning practice in Canela, Brazil
Service-oriented applications for environmental models: Reusable geospatial services
Managing user-generated information in geospatial cyberinfrastructures
Beyond data collection: Objectives and methods of research using VGI and geo-social media for disaster management
Advancing Science with VGI: Reproducibility and Replicability of Recent Studies using VGI
In scientific research, reproducibility and replicability are requirements to ensure the advancement of our body of knowledge. This holds true also for VGI‐related research and studies. However, the…
Opening up Smart Cities: Citizen-Centric Challenges and Opportunities from GIScience
- Auriol Degbelo, C. Granell, S. Trilles, D. Bhattacharya, Sven Casteleyn, C. Kray
- Computer ScienceISPRS Int. J. Geo Inf.
- 1 February 2016
This position paper points out six citizen-related challenges: the engagement of citizens, the improvement of citizens’ data literacy, the pairing of quantitative and qualitative data, the need for open standards, theDevelopment of personal services, and the development of persuasive interfaces.
Integrating Semantic and Syntactic Descriptions to Chain Geographic Services
- R. Lemmens, A. Wytzisk, R. D. By, C. Granell, M. Gould, P. V. Oosterom
- Computer ScienceIEEE Internet Computing
- 1 September 2006
This method facilitates the use of XML-based service description languages to build a geoservice-reuse architecture based on common ontologies and shared service descriptions.
Reproducible research and GIScience: an evaluation using AGILE conference papers
To support researchers in producing reproducible work, the GIScience conference series could offer awards and paper badges, provide author guidelines for computational research, and publish articles in Open Access formats.
Smartphone Apps for the Treatment of Mental Disorders: Systematic Review
There is a need for designing interventions for the full breadth of mental disorders, rather than primarily focusing on most prevalent disorders, and an increasingly systematic focus, involving RCTs, is needed to improve the robustness and trustworthiness of assessments.
gvSOS: A New Client for the OGC® Sensor Observation Service Interface Standard
GvSOS client module allows gvSIG users to interact with SOS servers, displaying the information gathered by sensors as a layer composed by features, and the software engineering development process followed to build the module is presented.