João Porto de Albuquerque
João Porto de Albuquerque
Professor and Director, Institute for Global Sustainable Development, University of Warwick
Vahvistettu sähköpostiosoite verkkotunnuksessa - Kotisivu
A Geographic Approach for Combining Social Media and Authoritative Data towards Identifying Useful Information for Disaster Management
JP de Albuquerque, B Herfort, A Brenning, A Zipf
International Journal of Geographic Information Science, 2015
An advanced systematic literature review on spatiotemporal analyses of t witter data
E Steiger, JP De Albuquerque, A Zipf
Transactions in GIS 19 (6), 809-834, 2015
Development of a spatial decision support system for flood risk management in brazil that combines volunteered geographic information with wireless sensor networks
FEA Horita, JP Albuquerque, LC Degrossi, EM Mendiondo, J Ueyama
Computers & Geosciences 80, 84-94, 2015
The use of volunteered geographic information (VGI) and crowdsourcing in disaster management: a systematic literature review
FEA Horita, LC Degrossi, LFG de Assis, A Zipf, JP de Albuquerque
Bridging the gap between decision-making and emerging big data sources: An application of a model-based framework to disaster management in Brazil
FEA Horita, JP de Albuquerque, V Marchezini, EM Mendiondo
Decision Support Systems 97, 12-22, 2017
Mobile money and payment: A literature review based on academic and practitioner
EH Diniz, JP De Albuquerque, AK Cernev
Proceedings of SIG GlobDev, Fourth Annual Workshop, 2011
Flood Citizen Observatory: a crowdsourcing-based approach for flood risk management in Brazil.
LC Degrossi, JP de Albuquerque, MC Fava, EM Mendiondo
SEKE, 570-575, 2014
The relationship between greenspace and the mental wellbeing of adults: A systematic review
V Houlden, S Weich, J Porto de Albuquerque, S Jarvis, K Rees
PloS one 13 (9), e0203000, 2018
Potential of collaborative mapping for disaster relief: A case study of OpenStreetMap in the Nepal earthquake 2015
TH Poiani, R dos Santos Rocha, LC Degrossi, JP De Albuquerque
2016 49th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), 188-197, 2016
Flexibility and modeling in business processes: a multi-dimensional relationship
Revista de Administração de Empresas 52 (3), 313-329, 2012
Volunteered geographic information in natural hazard analysis: a systematic literature review of current approaches with a focus on preparedness and mitigation
C Klonner, S Marx, T Usón, J Porto de Albuquerque, B Höfle
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 5 (7), 103, 2016
Mobile payments: a scoping study of the literature and issues for future research
JP de Albuquerque, EH Diniz, AK Cernev
Information Development 32 (3), 527-553, 2016
The tasks of the crowd: A typology of tasks in geographic information crowdsourcing and a case study in humanitarian mapping
JP Albuquerque, B Herfort, M Eckle
Remote Sensing 8 (10), 859, 2016
Quality Assessment of Remote Mapping in OpenStreetMap for Disaster Management Purposes
M Eckle, JP Albuquerque
Proceedings of the ISCRAM 2015 Conference - Kristiansand, May 24-27, 2015
Exploring the geographical relations between social media and flood phenomena to improve situational awareness
B Herfort, JP de Albuquerque, SJ Schelhorn, A Zipf
Connecting a digital Europe through location and place, 55-71, 2014
Policy modeling and refinement for network security systems
JP De Albuquerque, H Krumm, PL de Geus
Sixth IEEE International Workshop on Policies for Distributed Systems and …, 2005
Assessing open government budgetary data in Brazil
GS Craveiro, MT Santana, JP de Albuquerque
International Conference on Digital Society-ICDS 2013, 2013
Geo-social media as a proxy for hydrometeorological data for streamflow estimation and to improve flood monitoring
C Restrepo-Estrada, SC de Andrade, N Abe, MC Fava, EM Mendiondo, ...
Computers & Geosciences 111, 148-158, 2018
The tension between business process modelling and flexibility: Revealing multiple dimensions with a sociomaterial approach
JP de Albuquerque, M Christ
The Journal of Strategic Information Systems 24 (3), 189-202, 2015
Identifying elements at risk from OpenStreetMap: The case of flooding.
SJ Schelhorn, B Herfort, R Leiner, A Zipf, JP De Albuquerque
ISCRAM, 2014
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