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Geographic Information Representation, Retrieval and Visualization

- Place Questions and Human-Generated Answers: A Data Analysis Approach,

Ehsan Hamzei, Haonan Li, Maria Vasardani, Timothy Baldwin, Stephan Winter and Martin Tomko

- Relaxing Unanswerable Geographic Questions Using a Spatially Explicit Knowledge Graph Embedding Model,

Gengchen Mai, Bo Yan, Krzysztof Janowicz and Rui Zhu

- Evaluating the Effectiveness of Embeddings in Representing the Structure of Geospatial Ontologies,

Federico Dassereto, Laura Di Rocco, Giovanna Guerrini and Michela Bertolotto

- Web-Based Visualization of Big Geospatial Vector Data,

Florian Zouhar and Ivo Senner

 

Geoinformation Science and Geospatial Technologies in Transportation

- A Clustering-Based Framework for Understanding Individuals’ Travel Mode Choice Behavior,

Pengxiang Zhao, Dominik Bucher, Henry Martin and Martin Raubal

- Classification of Urban and Rural Routes Based on Motorcycle Riding Behaviour,

Gerhard Navratil, Ioannis Giannopoulos and Gilbert Kotzbek

- Route Choice Decisions of E-Bike Users: Analysis of GPS Tracking Data in the Netherlands,

Gamze Dane, Tao Feng, Floor Luub and Theo Arentze

- Route Optimisation for Winter maintenance,

Nikmal Raghestani and Carsten Keßler

 

Geoinformation Science and Geospatial Technologies in Urban/Regional Planning

- Tracing Tourism Geographies with Google Trends: A Dutch Case Study,

Andrea Ballatore, Simon Scheider and Bas Spierings

- Estimating the Spatial Distribution of Vacant Houses using Public Municipal Data,

Yuki Akiyama, Akihiro Ueda, Kenta Ouchi, Natsuki Ito, Yoshiya Ono, Hideo Takaoka and Kohta Hisadomi

- Enhancing the Use of Population Statistics Derived from Mobile Phone Users by Considering Building-Use Dependent Purpose of Stay,

Toshihiro Osaragi and Ryo Kudo

- Potential of Crowdsourced Traces for Detecting Updates in Authoritative Geographic Data,

Stefan S. Ivanovic, Ana-Maria Olteanu-Raimond, Sébastien Mustière and Thomas Devogele

- A Scalable Analytical Framework for Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Neighborhood Change: A Sequence Analysis Approach,

Nikos Patias, Francisco Rowe and Stefano Cavazzi

- Improving Business-as-Usual Scenarios in Land Change Modelling by Extending the Calibration Period and Integrating Demographic Data,

Romain Mejean, Martin Paegelow, Mehdi Saqalli and Doryan Kaced

 

Spatial Scale as a Common Thread in Geoinformation Analysis and Modeling

- Market Area Delineation for Airports to Predict the Spread of Infectious Disease,

Carmen Huber and Claus Rinner

- Reflective Practice: Lessons Learnt by Using Board Games as a Design Tool for Location-Based Games,

Catherine Jones and Konstantinos Papangelis

- Agent-Based Simulation for Indoor Manufacturing Environments – Evaluating the Effects of Spatialization,

Stefan Kern and Johannes Scholz

 

User and Workforce Dimensions of Geospatial Technologies

- Towards a Usability Scale for Participatory GIS,

Andrea Ballatore, Will McClintock, Grace Goldberg and Werner Kuhn

- Future Occupational Profiles in Earth Observation / Geoinformation – Scenarios Resulting from Changing Workflows,

Barbara Hofer, Stefan Lang and Nicole Ferber

 

Short papers

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Posters

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