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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013Automated geographic context analysis for volunteered informationSPINSANTI LAURA; OSTERMANN FRANKArticles in Journals
2011A conceptual workflow for automatically assessing the quality of volunteered geographic information for crisis managementOSTERMANN FRANK; SPINSANTI LAURAContributions to Conferences
2012Digital Earth from Vision to Practice: Making Sense of Citizen Generated ContentCRAGLIA Massimo; OSTERMANN FRANK; SPINSANTI LAURAArticles in Journals
2011Functional integration for the observation webSCHADE SVEN; OSTERMANN FRANK; SPINSANTI LAURAContributions to Conferences
2011An Integrated Quality Score for Volunteered Geographic Information on Forest FiresOSTERMANN FRANK; SPINSANTI LAURAContributions to Conferences
2011Retrieve volunteered geographic information for forest fireSPINSANTI LAURA; OSTERMANN FRANKContributions to Conferences
2012Semantic Observation IntegrationSCHADE SVEN; OSTERMANN FRANK; SPINSANTI LAURA; KUHN WernerArticles in Journals
2013User Evaluation of Automatically Generated Keywords and Toponyms for Geo-referenced ImagesOSTERMANN FRANK; PURVES Ross; TOMKO MartinArticles in Journals
2010User Generated Geographic Information and Natural Hazards - How Volunteered Geographic Information Can Contribute to the Assessment and Communication of Forest Fire RisksOSTERMANN FRANK; SPINSANTI LAURA; CRAGLIA MassimoContributions to Conferences
2010Validation and Relevance Assessment of Volunteered Geographic Information in the Case of Forest FiresOSTERMANN FRANK; SPINSANTI LAURAContributions to Conferences
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