Publications 2018
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Publications about the DK


*Albrecht, F., Blaschke, T., Lang, S., Abdulmutalib, H.M., SzabĂł, G., Barsi, Ă., Batini, C., Bartsch, A., Kugler, Z. & Tiede, D. (2018) Providing data quality information for remote sensing applications. International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing & Spatial Information Sciences, 42(3).
*Belgiu, M. & Csillik, O. (2018) Sentinel-2 cropland mapping using pixel-based and object-based time-weighted dynamic time warping analysis. Remote Sensing of Environment, 204, 509-523.
*Bergstedt, H., Ristea, A., Resch, B. & Bartsch, A. (2018) Public Perception of Climate Change in Alaska: A Case Study of Opinion-Mining using Twitter. GI_Forum 2018, 1, 47-64.
*Bergstedt, H., Zwieback, S., Bartsch, A. & Leibman, M. (2018) Dependence of C-Band Backscatter on Ground Temperature, Air Temperature and Snow Depth in Arctic Permafrost Regions. Remote Sensing, 10(1), 142.
*Cabrera Barona, P., Blaschke, T. & Gaona, G. (2018) Deprivation, healthcare accessibility and satisfaction: Geographical context and scale implications. . Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy , 11(2), 313-332.
*Cabrera-Barona, P. & Ghorbanzadeh, O. (2018) Comparing Classic and Interval Analytical Hierarchy Process Methodologies for Measuring Area-Level Deprivation to Analyze Health Inequalities. International journal of environmental research and public health, 15(1), 140.
*Chapman, L., Resch, B., Sadler, J., Zimmer, S., Roberts, H. & Petutschnig, A. (2018) Investigating the Emotional Responses of Individuals to Urban Green Space Using Twitter Data: A Critical Comparison of Three Different Methods of Sentiment Analysis. Urban Planning, 3(1), 21-33.
*Contreras, D., Forino, G. & Blaschke, T. (2018) Measuring the progress of a recovery process after an earthquake: The case of L'aquila, Italy. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 28, 450-464.
*de Castro, A., Torres-Sånchez, J., Peña, J., Jiménez-Brenes, F., Csillik, O. & López-Granados, F. (2018) An Automatic Random Forest-OBIA Algorithm for Early Weed Mapping between and within Crop Rows Using UAV Imagery. Remote Sensing, 10(2), 285.
*Georg, I., Blaschke, T. & Taubenböck, H. (2018) Are we in boswash yet? A multi-source geodata approach to spatially delimit urban corridors. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 7(1).
*Ghorbanzadeh, O., Blaschke, T., Aryal, J. & Gholaminia, K. (2018) A new GIS-based technique using an adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system for land subsidence susceptibility mapping. Journal of Spatial Science.
*Ghorbanzadeh, O., Feizizadeh, B. & Blaschke, T. (2018) An interval matrix method used to optimize the decision matrix in AHP technique for land subsidence susceptibility mapping. . Environmental Earth Sciences .
*Ghorbanzadeh, O., Feizizadeh, B. & Blaschke, T. (2018) Multi-criteria risk evaluation by integrating an analytical network process approach into GIS-based sensitivity and uncertainty analyses. Geomatics, Natural Hazards and Risk, 9(1), 127-151.
*Gu, H., Han, Y., Yang, Y., Li, H., Liu, Z., Soergel, U., Blaschke, T. & Cui, S. (2018) An Efficient Parallel Multi-Scale Segmentation Method for Remote Sensing Imagery. Remote Sensing, 10(4), 590.
*Kounadi, O., Ristea, A., Leitner, M. & Langford, C. (2018) Population at risk: using areal interpolation and Twitter messages to create population models for burglaries and robberies. Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 45(3), 205-220.
*Kovacs-Gyori, A., Ristea, A., Havas, C., Resch, B. & Cabrera-Barona, P. (2018) #London2012: Towards Citizen-Contributed Urban Planning Through Sentiment Analysis of Twitter Data. Urban Planning, 3(1), 25.
*Kovacs-Györi, A., Ristea, A., Kolcsar, R., Resch, B., Crivellari, A. & Blaschke, T. (2018) Beyond Spatial Proximity—Classifying Parks and Their Visitors in London Based on Spatiotemporal and Sentiment Analysis of Twitter Data. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 7(9), 378.
*Kroisleitner, C., Bartsch, A. & Bergstedt, H. (2018) Circumpolar patterns of potential mean annual ground temperature based on surface state obtained from microwave satellite data. The Cryosphere, 12(7), 2349-2370.
*Lehner, A., Erlacher, C., Schlögl, M., Wegerer, J., Blaschke, T. & Steinnocher, K. (2018) Can ISO-defined urban sustainability indicators be derived from remote sensing: An expert weighting approach. Sustainability (Switzerland), 10(4).
*Leitner, M.G. (2018) Laws of geography. Oxford Encyclopedia of Criminology.
*Merschdorf, H. & Blaschke, T. (2018) Revisiting the role of place in geographic information science. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 7(9).
*Merschdorf, H. & Blaschke, t. (2018) The role of place in geographic information science. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 7(9), 364.
*Oloo, F., Pagany, R. & Kothencz, G. (2018) Multi-Dimensionality of Uncertainty in Big Geospatial Sensor Data. GI_Forum 2018, 1, 3-15.
*Pointner, G., Bartsch, A., Forbes, B.C. & Kumpula, T. (2018) The role of lake size and local phenomena for monitoring ground-fast lake ice. International Journal of Remote Sensing, pages 1-27.
*Resch, B., UslÀnder, F. & Havas, C. (2018) Combining machine-learning topic models and spatiotemporal analysis of social media data for disaster footprint and damage assessment. Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 45(4), 362-376.
*Ristea, A., Andresen, M.A. & Leitner, M. (2018) Using tweets to understand changes in the spatial crime distribution for hockey events in Vancouver. The Canadian Geographer/Le GĂ©ographe canadien.
*Ristea, A., Kurland, J., Resch, B., Leitner, M. & Langford, C. (2018) Estimating the Spatial Distribution of Crime Events around a Football Stadium from Georeferenced Tweets. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 7(2), 43.
*Sudmanns, M., Lang, S. & Tiede, D. (2018) Big Earth Data: From Data to Information. GI_Forum, 1, 184-193.
*Zeb, B., Alam, K., Sorooshian, A., Blaschke, T., Ahmad, I. & Shahid, I. (2018) On the morphology and composition of particulate matter in an urban environment. Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 18(6), 1431-1447.

Conference Proceedings

*Blaschke, T. & Tavakkoli Piralilou, S. (2018) The near-decomposability paradigm re-interpreted for place-based GIS. . In PLATIAL’18, pages 13-20.
*Blaschke, T., Tiede, D., Lang, S., Baraldi, A., Kovacs-Gyoeri, A. & Sudmanns, M. (2018) Big Earth Data: new applications for well-being and livability. . In 7th Digital Earth Summit 2018, pages 152-155.
*Kovacs-Gyori, A. & Reinel, B. (2018) Reflecting Individual Preferences and Spatiality in Livability Measurements: A Livability Assessment Platform for the City of Salzburg. In Cities, Communities and Homes: Is the Urban Future Livable? AMPS, Architecture_MPS; University of Derby, pages 211-221.
*Papadakis, E., Baryannis, G. & Blaschke, T. (2018) From Space to Place and Back Again: Towards an Interface Between Space and Place. . In PLATIAL’18, pages 37-44 Heidelberg.
*Papadakis, E., Petutschnig, A. & Blaschke, T. (2018) Flexible Patterns of Place for Function-based Search of Space (Short Paper). In LIPIcs-Leibniz International Proceedings in Informatics, 114: Schloss Dagstuhl-Leibniz-Zentrum fuer Informatik.

Book Chapters

*Baraldi, A., Lang, S., Tiede, D. & Blaschke, T. (2018) Earth observation big data analytics in operating mode for GIScience applications – The (GE) OBIA acronym (s) reconsidered. . In GEOBIA 2018 Montpellier, France.
*Lang, S., Baraldi, A., Tiede, D., Hay, G. & Blaschke, T. (2018) Towards a (GE) OBIA 2.0 manifesto–achievements and open challenges in information & knowledge extraction from big Earth data. . In GEOBIA 2018 Montpellier, France.
*Lang, S., Blaschke, T., Kothencz, G. & Hölbling, D. (2018) Urban green mapping and valuation. In Urban Remote Sensing, pages 287-308 Boca Raton: CRC Press .
*Sudmanns, M., Lang, S., Tiede, D., Werner, C., Augustin, H. & Baraldi, A. (2018) Abstract Data Types for Spatio-Temporal Remote Sensing Analysis (Short Paper). In 10th International Conference on Geographic Information Science (GIScience 2018), 114, 60:1–60:7 Dagstuhl, Germany: Schloss Dagstuhl‐Leibniz-Zentrum fuer Informatik.