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Carsten Keßler
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Carsten Keßler (2017) Extracting Central Places from the Link Structure in Wikipedia. Transactions in GIS 21(3):488–502. Abstract: Explicit information about places is captured in an increasing number of geospatial datasets. This article presents evidence…

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The results of our our evaluation of the RG Score were rather discouraging: while there are some innovative ideas in the way ResearchGate approached the measure, we also found that the RG Score ignores a number of fundamental bibliometric guidelines and…

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Handy tool if you want to cite a book, but are too lazy to put together the BibTex entry yourself. To comply with the Amazon API that it uses to generate the BibTex code, the entry includes the link to the book on Amazon, but that’s easy enough to remove.

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I almost forgot to mention that our group finally has a proper website.

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I’ll be presenting a short paper at AGILE in Wageningen next week that outlines some of the stuff I’ve been working on with Peter Marcotullio: Carsten Keßler and Peter J. Marcotullio (2017) A Geosimulation for the Future Spatial Distribution of the Global…

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Running our Free and Open Source GIS training course again this summer, June 22–26 here in NYC.

http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/ceprograms/partnerships/gis

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I have two new papers accepted, one for AGILE 2015 in Lisbon, and one for the AAAI Spring Symposium 2015 on Structured Data for Humanitarian Technologies in Stanford. The latter was a collaboration with +Tim Clark  and +Hemant Purohit .

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Volume 6 Number 1 published:

    Christophe Guéret, Stephane Boyera, Mike Powell, Martin Murillo
    The Semantic Web for all
    Editorial, pp. 3-4.
    Carsten Keßler, Chad Hendrix
    The Humanitarian eXchange Language: Coordinating Disaster Response with Semantic Web Technologies
    pp. 6-21.
    Victor de Boer, Nana Baah Gyan, Anna Bon, Wendelien Tuyp, Chris van Aart, Hans Akkermans
    A Dialogue with Linked Data: Voice-based Access to Market Data in the Sahel
    pp. 23-33.
    Wei Tai, John Keeney, Declan O'Sullivan
    Resource-Constrained Reasoning Using a Reasoner Composition Approach
    pp. 35-59.
    Markus Krötzsch, Sebastian Rudolph, Peter H. Schmitt
    A Closer Look at the Semantic Relationship between Datalog and Description Logics
    pp. 63-79.
    Hui Wan, Michael Kifer, Benjamin Grosof
    Defeasibility in Answer Set Programs with Defaults and Argumentation Rules
    pp. 81-98.

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Another iteration of our open source GIS training course will be offered in January '15, featuring +Carson Farmer and yours truly: 
http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/ceprograms/partnerships/gis

Is anybody aware of an app (iOS or Android) that records GPS tracks, along with the accuracy of the GPS measurements?
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