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Digital Earth from vision to practice: making sense of citizen-generated content
The results of a two-year research project exploring the extent to which it is possible to extract information useful for policy and science from the large volumes of messages and photos being posted daily through social networks indicate that six of eight major fires in France in the summer of 2011 were detected accurately.
Automated geographic context analysis for volunteered information
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…
Automatic identification of eyewitness messages on twitter during disasters
Citizen-based sensing of crisis events: sensor web enablement for volunteered geographic information
This paper extends previous efforts describing a workflow for VGI integration into SDI and further advance an initial set of VGI Sensing and event detection techniques, serving central building blocks for a Digital Earth's nervous system, which is required to develop the next generation of (geospatial) information infrastructures.
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.
Geospatial Analysis and the Internet of Things
The survey investigates the opportunities of location-aware IoT, and examines the potential of geospatial analysis in this research area, maps and analyzes the IoT based on its location dimension, categorizing IoT applications and projects according to the geosp spatial analytical methods performed.
Modeling aggregated expertise of user contributions to assess the credibility of OpenStreetMap features
This study proposes an intrinsic measure of quality by developing the concept of aggregated expertise based on the characteristics of a feature's contributors and operationalizes this concept and examines its feasibility through a case study using OpenStreetMap.