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    • COSIT at Twenty: Measuring Research Trends and Interdisciplinarity 

      Grossner K; Adams BT (2011)
      We have performed a topic classification procedure on a text corpus consisting of the proceedings for all ten meetings of the Conference on Spatial Information Theory (COSIT) held between 1992 and 2009, providing a measure ...
    • A general framework for conflation 

      Adams BT; Li, Linna; Raubal, Martin; Goodchild, Michael F. (2010)
      To date GIS-based conflation research has primarily been concerned with specific algorithms and tools for performing conflation on specific types of datasets. Most of these techniques focus on matching the geometry of ...
    • Geographic Information Observatories for Supporting Science 

      Adams BT; Gahegan M; Gupta P; Hosking R (CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 2014)
      In this paper we explore two questions that we feel are im- portant to investigate further if geographic information observatories are to be fruitful research endeavor in GIScience. The rst question is sim- ply `what ...
    • Juxtaposing thematic regions derived from spatial and platial user-generated content 

      McKenzie G; Adams BT (Schloss Dagstuhl -- Leibniz-Zentrum fur Informatik, 2017)
      Typical approaches to defining regions, districts or neighborhoods within a city often focus on place instances of a similar type that are grouped together. For example, most cities have at least one bar district defined ...
    • On the Geo-Indicativeness of Non-Georeferenced Text 

      Adams BT; Janowicz K (2012)
      Geographic location is a key component for information retrieval on the Web, recommendation systems in mobile computing and social networks, and place-based integration on the Linked Data cloud. Previous work has addressed ...
    • Semantic Referencing - Determining Context Weights for Similarity Measurement 

      Adams BT; Janowicz, Krzysztof; Raubal, Martin (Springer, 2010)
      Semantic similarity measurement is a key methodology in various domains ranging from cognitive science to geographic information retrieval on the Web. Meaningful notions of similarity, however, cannot be determined ...