Vol. 41 Nbr. 3, June - June 2014
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- Introduction to 'Geographic information science: a multi-disciplinary and multi-paradigmatic discipline'.
- Geographic information science as a multidisciplinary and multiparadigmatic field.
- Geons--domain-specific regionalization of space.
- A new geospatial overlay method for the analysis and visualization of spatial change patterns using object-oriented data modeling concepts.
- Web-based 4D visualization of marine geo-data using WebGL.
- The GeoCitizen-approach: community-based spatial planning--an Ecuadorian case study.
- Geo-located Twitter as proxy for global mobility patterns.
- Mapping collective human activity in an urban environment based on mobile phone data.
- How to compare movement? A review of physical movement similarity measures in geographic information science and beyond.