Our paper The Impact of Classification Approaches on the Detection of Hierarchies in Place Descriptions has been published in the AGILE conference proceedings that appeared in Springer’s Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography.
Daniela presented our work last week at the conference in Leuven, Belgium.
Since April 2013, I am a Senior Lecturer (Oberassistent) in the Geographic Information Visualization and Analysis group at the Department of Geography, University of Zurich, Switzerland.
I can now be found here.
Our paper Decentralized Evacuation Management has now been published in Vol. 31 of Transportation Research Part C.
The paper Granularity of Locations Referred to by Place Descriptions written by Daniela Richter, Stephan Winter, myself, and Lesley Stirling has been accepted for publication in Computers, Environment and Urban Systems.
This paper continues our work on analyzing the (spatial) structure of place descriptions previously reported here, here, here, or indeed here.
The paper Locating Place Names from Place Descriptions written by Maria Vasardani, Stephan Winter, and myself has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Geographic Information Science. It will become part of the special issue on the Scholarship and Impacts of Professor David M. Mark.
Well done, Maria!
The paper Decentralized Evacuation Management co-authored by myself, Mingzheng Shi, Heng-Soon Gan, and Stephan Winter has just been accepted for publication in Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies.
The paper expands our work on peer-to-peer evacuation simulation previously presented here.
The book Cognitive and Linguistic Aspects of Geographic Space – New Perspectives in Geographic Information Research, edited by Martin Raubal, David Mark, and Andrew Frank, has now been published by Springer in their Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography series.
I have a chapter in this book, entitled Prospects and Challenges of Landmarks in Navigation Services.
Our paper The Impact of Classification Approaches on the Detection of Hierarchies in Place Descriptions has been accepted for this year’s AGILE conference in Leuven, Belgium (14-17/5). The paper has been authored by Daniela Richter, myself, and Stephan Winter.
Two of our papers in the context of the Talking About Place project have been accepted at the First International Workshop on Crowdsourced and Volunteered Geographic Information to be held at the 20th ACM SIGSPATIAL International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Science. The papers are:
- Spatial Interpretations of Preposition “at”, authored by Maria Vasardani, Stephan Winter, myself, Lesley Stirling and Daniela Richter
- How People Describe their Place: Identifying Predominant Types of Place Descriptions, authored by Daniela Richter, myself, Stephan Winter and Lesley Stirling