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Evaluating location-based services (a position paper)
(GeoCHI Workshop 2013 at CHI 2013 ConferenceUniversity of Canterbury. Geography, 2013)
This position paper outlines a central question at the intersection of geography and human-computer interaction (HCI): how to evaluate location-based services with users? Systems that incorporate spatial information and ...
Live & Web-based Parcel Monitoring with Low-cost Sensors
(University of Canterbury. Geography, 2013)
User-centred mobile navigation system interface development for improved personal geo-identification and navigation
(University of Canterbury. Geography, 2009)
Introduction Orientating and navigating with the use of mobile navigation systems involves interaction with different sources of information. Landmarks are very important into linking these sources. However, ...
Testing the usability of well scaled mobile maps for consumers
(University of Canterbury. Geography, 2007)
Modelling Information Quality and Source Reliability to Improve the Trust of Volunteered Geographic Information
Crowdsourcing and volunteered geographic information (VGI) can improve the way we collect information about the world we live in, but they are not without limitations. Traditionally sourced geographic information (GI) ...
Semantic Referencing - Determining Context Weights for Similarity Measurement
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 ...