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An analysis of the public perception of flood risk on the Belgian coast.
In recent years, perception of flood risks has become an important topic to policy makers concerned with risk management and safety issues. Knowledge of the public risk perception is considered aExpand
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Equity of Urban Service Delivery: A Comparison of Different Accessibility Measures
This paper evaluates the use of various place-based and people-based measures of accessibility in the context of public service delivery. While place-based measures examine the spatial separationExpand
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Accessibility, equity and health care: review and research directions for transport geographers
Research at the confluence of accessibility, equity and health is flourishing. And yet, there is only slow and modest progress in terms of improving the spatial and temporal accuracy of measuringExpand
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The use of Bluetooth for analysing spatiotemporal dynamics of human movement at mass events: a case study of the Ghent Festivities.
Abstract In this paper, proximity-based Bluetooth tracking is postulated as an efficient and effective methodology for analysing the complex spatiotemporal dynamics of visitor movements at massExpand
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Dynamic assessment of exposure to air pollution using mobile phone data
BackgroundExposure to air pollution can have major health impacts, such as respiratory and cardiovascular diseases. Traditionally, only the air pollution concentration at the home location is takenExpand
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Rethinking the links between social exclusion and transport disadvantage through the lens of social capital
This paper provides a critical review of the progress in understanding the linkages between transport disadvantage and social exclusion. It follows earlier work in proposing social capital as aExpand
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Identifying public transport gaps using time-dependent accessibility levels
One of the concerns that has aroused much scholarly attention in transport geography lately is the extent to which public transport provision enables the less privileged population segments,Expand
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Pattern mining in tourist attraction visits through association rule learning on Bluetooth tracking data: A case study of Ghent, Belgium
The rapid evolution of information and positioning technologies, and their increasing adoption in tourism management practices allows for new and challenging research avenues. This paper presents anExpand
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Evaluating the Temporal Organization of Public Service Provision Using Space-Time Accessibility Analysis
In recent years, there has been increasing awareness about the impact of urban time policies on the quality of people's everyday lives. However, within the urban planning field, evaluations of publicExpand
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Using urban commuting data to calculate a spatiotemporal accessibility measure for food environment studies.
Improving spatial access to healthy foods in urban regions is recognized as an important component of reducing the prevalence of chronic illness and achieving better health outcomes. Previously,Expand
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