17th AGILE Conference on Geographic Information Science
17th AGILE Conference on Geographic Information Science. Connecting a Digital Europe through Location and Place.3-6 june 2014, Castelló de la Plana
Session: Data Capture and Mapping
Session: Geospatial Algorithms
Session: Analysis and Education
Session: Linked Data Web
Session: Urban Dimension
Session: Qualitative Information
Session: Policy Dimension
Session: Data Mining
Session: Mapping and the Citizen Sensor COST TD1202
Session: Theory and Practice
Session: Observation Integration
Session: Land Cover and Use COST TD1202
Session: Best Papers
Due to pressure of food demand, increased price competition and demand for sustainable farming practices, it’s increasingly important to optimize agricultural practices. The European FP7 project ERMES focuses specifically ...
The agriculture sector is a unique sector due to its strategic importance for both European citizens (consumers) and European economy (regional and global) which, ideally, should make the whole sector a network of interacting ...
CartoCiudad is a seamless cartographic database all over Spain where all road network is topologically structured and connected. This database, built from data managed by public organizations, is the result of harmonization ...
Public transport planning requires consideration of equity in access of the population to the transport service. This paper presents a methodology for the analysis of public transport in the city of Palma and its evaluation ...
Data Scarcity or low Representativeness?: What hinders accuracy and precision of spatial interpolation of climate data? Data scarcity is a major scientific challenge for accuracy and precision of spatial interpolation of climatic fields, especially in climatestressed developing countries. Methodologies have been suggested for coping up ...