Muki Haklay
Muki Haklay
Professor of Geographical Information Science, UCL
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OpenStreetMap: User-generated street maps
M Haklay, P Weber
Pervasive Computing, IEEE 7 (4), 12-18, 2008
23082008
How good is volunteered geographical information? A comparative study of OpenStreetMap and Ordnance Survey datasets
M Haklay
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 37 (4), 682-703, 2010
15802010
Citizen Science and volunteered geographic information: Overview and typology of participation
M Haklay
Crowdsourcing Geographic Knowledge, 105-122, 2013
7842013
Web mapping 2.0: the Neogeography of the Geoweb
M Haklay, A Singleton, C Parker
Geography Compass 2 (6), 2011-2039, 2008
7492008
How many volunteers does it take to map an area well? The validity of Linus’ law to volunteered geographic information
M Haklay, S Basiouka, V Antoniou, A Ather
The Cartographic Journal 47 (4), 315-322, 2010
4142010
A review of volunteered geographic information quality assessment methods
H Senaratne, A Mobasheri, AL Ali, C Capineri, M Haklay
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 31 (1), 139-167, 2017
2872017
Usability evaluation and PPGIS: towards a user-centred design approach
M Haklay, C Tobón
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 17 (6), 577-592, 2003
2822003
Web-based GIS for collaborative planning and public participation: An application to the strategic planning of wind farm sites
A Simao, PJ Densham, M Haklay
Journal of Environmental Management 90 (6), 2027-2040, 2009
2622009
Neogeography and the delusion of democratisation
MM Haklay
Environment and Planning A 45 (1), 55-69, 2013
2592013
Agent-based models and individualism: is the world agent-based?
D O'Sullivan, M Haklay
Environ Plann A 32 (8), 1409-1425, 2000
2442000
“So go downtown”: Simulating pedestrian movement in town centres
M Haklay, D O'Sullivan, M Thurstain-Goodwin, T Schelhorn
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 28 (3), 343-359, 2001
2222001
Citizen Science Terminology Matters: Exploring Key Terms
MV Eitzel, JL Cappadonna, C Santos-Lang, RE Duerr, A Virapongse, ...
Citizen Science: Theory and Practice 2 (1), 2017
2052017
Visualising the city: communicating urban design to planners and decision-makers
M Batty, D Chapman, S Evans, M Haklay, S Keuppers, N Shiode, ...
Centre for Advnaced Spacial Analysis (CASA), Univeristy College London, 2000
1982000
STREETS: an agent-based pedestrian model.
T Schelhorn, D O'Sullivan, M Haklay, M Thurstain-Goodwin
FrancoAngeli, 1999
1981999
Virtual Reality in Geography
K Brodlie, MJ Kraak, R Kitchin, M Gillings, ME Haklay, J Dykes
Taylor and Francis, 2002
175*2002
Assessing Data Completeness of VGI through an Automated Matching Procedure for Linear Data
T Koukoletsos, M Haklay, C Ellul
Transactions in GIS 16 (4), 477-498, 2012
1582012
Citizen Science and Policy: A European Perspective
M Haklay
The Wodrow Wilson Center, Commons Lab, 2015
1532015
Usability engineering for GIS: learning from a screenshot
M Haklay, A Zafiri
The Cartographic Journal 45 (2), 87-97, 2008
1352008
Crowdsourced Geographic Information Use in Government
ME Haklay, V Antoniou, S Basiouka, R Soden, P Mooney
Global Facility for Disaster Reduction & Recovery (GFDRR), World Bank, 2014
1082014
Beyond 9-Intersections-Modifications to a Boundary-Representation Topological Structure to Identify Additional Relationships in 3D
C Ellul, M Haklay
Transactions in GIS 10 (2), 157-175, 2005
108*2005
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