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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2009Addressing Vagueness in Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI) - A Case StudyDE LONGUEVILLE Bertrand; OSTLAENDER Nicole; KESKITALO E. Carina H.Contributions to Conferences
2010Citizens as Sensors for Crisis Event: Sensor Web Enablement for Volunteered Geographic InformationSCHADE SVEN; LURASCHI Gianluca; DE LONGUEVILLE Bertrand; COX SIMON; DIAZ SANCHEZ LAURAContributions to Conferences
2010Citizens as Sensors for Natural Hazards: A VGI integration WorkflowDE LONGUEVILLE Bertrand; LURASCHI Gianluca; SMITS Paul; PEEDELL Stephen; DE GROEVE TomArticles in Journals
2010Community-Based Geoportals: The Next Generation? - Concepts and Methods for the Geospatial Web 2.0DE LONGUEVILLE BertrandArticles in Journals
2010Digital Earth's Nervous System for Crisis Events: Real-Time Sensor Web Enablement of Volunteered Geographic InformationDE LONGUEVILLE Bertrand; ANNONI Alessandro; SCHADE SVEN; OSTLAENDER Nicole; WHITMORE Ceri JamesArticles in Journals
2010IT Convergence between Data Centres Pilot StudyHARDY Matthew; DE LONGUEVILLE Bertrand; DUSART JeanEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009"OMG, from Here, I Can See the Flames!": A Use case of Mining Location Based Social Networks to Acquire Spatiotemporal Data on Forest FiresDE LONGUEVILLE Bertrand; SMITH Robin; LURASCHI GianlucaContributions to Conferences
2010What Volunteered Geographic Information Is (good for) - Designing a Methodology for Comparative Analysis of Existing Applications to Classify VGI and Its UsesOSTLAENDER Nicole; SMITH Robin; DE LONGUEVILLE Bertrand; SMITS PaulContributions to Conferences
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