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Tag Archive 'Urban Analytics'

A recently published paper presents an approach for classifying urban blocks according to their built-up structure based on high-resolution spaceborne InSAR images. Most attributes considered in the classification describe the geometric structure and spatial disposition of the polygon and line features extracted from each block. The feature extraction is carried out on two intensity images [...]

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GIScience Heidelberg recently contributed to the Annual International Conference, which was held in the premises of the Royal Geographical Society and at the Imperial College in London. Together with João Porto de Albuquerque from the University of Warwick, our member René Westerholt convened two workshop sessions about “spatial urban analytics” on Friday 01 September (link [...]

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We’ve recently finalised the programme of a workshop on “spatial urban analytics with user-generated geographic information”. The event is conjoined with the 2017 International Conference at the Royal Geographical Society in London and is co-chaired by René Westerholt (GIScience Heidelberg). We received methodological as well as empirical contributions, which reflects the breadth of the complex [...]

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