Ian Gregory

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In this paper, we present the LoMAK framework which enables non-programmers (e.g., people working in the Digital Humanities, History, Geography, Geology and Archaeology areas) to generate locative media mobile apps from KML files, a format that these non-programmers are familiar with. The framework has two primary components: a KML processor web application(More)
Finite point percentile estimates of Demos and Sentana (1998) and Andrews (2001) deviance statistics are determined for the case of fitting a null of a random walk and the parameters lie on the boundary against the alternate univariate (G)ARCH(1, 1) and the likelihood maximising parameter set Ω possibly lie in the adjacent neighbourhood. We present a way to(More)
Geographical Information Systems (GIS) originated as a quantitative technology with a social science paradigm. Its early uses in humanities disciplines followed this approach such that much of the best developed research in 'Historical GIS' is associated with quantitative statistical analysis. Technological advances mean that it has become increasingly easy(More)
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