User Assessment as Input for Useful Geospatial Representations within Mobile Location-Based Services

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Mobile Location-Based Services (mLBS) are an increasingly consumer-based concept borne from, and continually driven by, technology-centred development; as opposed to the needs of end users. Where users have been made a focus, the research generally concerns issues of overall system appearance, functionality, information content and interaction methods, with… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9671.2007.01045.x

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@article{Wealands2007UserAA, title={User Assessment as Input for Useful Geospatial Representations within Mobile Location-Based Services}, author={Karen Wealands and Peter Benda and Suzette Miller and William E. Cartwright}, journal={Trans. GIS}, year={2007}, volume={11}, pages={283-309} }