The GIScience group attended the AGILE 2018 conference to present about a diversity of topics. More participants than ever have attended the conference in Lund, Sweden (12–15 June 2018). They discussed scientific topics related to the general theme of the conference, Geospatial Technologies for All.
The following short papers have been presented and been published in the conference proceedings:
- F.-B. Mocnik (2018): Tradition as a Spatiotemporal Process – The Case of Swedish Folk Music. Proceedings of the 21st AGILE Conference on Geographic Information Science 2018, Lund, Sweden.
- R. Westerholt (2018): The impact of the spatial superimposition of point based statistical configurations on assessing spatial autocorrelation. Proceedings of the 21st AGILE Conference on Geographic Information Science 2018, Lund, Sweden.
- F.-B. Mocnik and M. Raifer (2018): The Effect of Tectonic Plate Motion on OpenStreetMap Data. Proceedings of the 21st AGILE Conference on Geographic Information Science 2018, Lund, Sweden.
In addition, our group has co-organized the VGI ALIVE workshop (A Zipf and F-B Mocnik):
- Identifying the Effects of Mobility Domains on VGI: Towards an Analytical Approach
A. Y. Grinberger
- Enhancing Crowdsourced Classification on Human Settlements Utilizing Logistic Regression Aggregation and Intrinsic Context Factors
B. Herfort and A. Zipf
- Associating OpenStreetMap tags to CORINE land-cover classes using text and semantic similarity measures
T. Novack, J. Voss, M. Schultz, and A. Zipf
- A discussion of crowdsourced geographic information initiatives and big Earth observation data architectures for land-use and land-cover monitoring
L. F. de Assis, K. R. Ferreira, L. Vinhas, T. Novack, and A. Zipf