Supporting geographically-aware web document foraging and sensemaking

@article{Tomaszewski2011SupportingGW,
  title={Supporting geographically-aware web document foraging and sensemaking},
  author={Brian M. Tomaszewski and Justine I. Blanford and Kevin S. Ross and Scott Pezanowski and Alan M. MacEachren},
  journal={Computers, Environment and Urban Systems},
  year={2011},
  volume={35},
  pages={192-207}
}
This paper reports on the development and application of strategies and tools for geographic information seeking and knowledge building that leverages unstructured text resources found on the web. Geographic knowledge building from unstructured web sources starts with web document foraging during which the quantity, scope and diversity of web-based information create incredible cognitive burdens on an analyst’s or researcher’s ability to judge information relevancy. Determining information… CONTINUE READING
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