Douglas A. Shoemaker

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The Center for Neighborhood Technology and Center for Transit-Oriented Development would like to thank Miguel Garcia and the Ford Foundation, as well as Paul Brophy, whose generous support made this possible. We also would like to acknowledge the following individuals who made a contribution to this final product. The team responsible for(More)
We present a probe-based interface for the exploration of the results of a geospatial simulation of urban growth. Because our interface allows the user great freedom in how they choose to define regions-of-interest to examine and compare, the classic geospatial analytic issue known as the modifiable areal unit problem (MAUP) quickly arises. The user may(More)
Big Sur is one of the most ecologically diverse regions in California and well recognized as a biodiversity hotspot for global conservation priority. Currently the region is experiencing substantial environmental change due to the invasion of Phytophthora ramorum, the plant pathogen causing the forest disease known as sudden oak death. First confirmed in(More)
Nowadays most of the attention is on instantiating undergraduate programs in Software Engineering. Given that many of the master programs are well established, certainly there are lessons learned and advances in pragmatics of instruction that will be of help to new Undergraduate Programs. Furthermore variations of intent and organization of existing master(More)
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