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Applied GIS - journal contents 2005–2006

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Monash Universiry ePress published the first two volumes (only) of Applied GIS. Please see below for links to the full-text articles published by Monash University ePress.

For all articles published in subsequent volumes of Applied GIS, please see the Applied GIS website.

Note that all material published on this site is protected by copyright; although published online, this material is not in the public domain.

Volume 1

Volume 1 issue 1 2005

1. Editorial (PDF, 82kb)
- Jim Peterson

2. Harbour-side land parcel land-use changes: Significance in re-development planning permit appraisal in Melbourne, Australia (PDF, 2mb)
- Damien Luxford and Shobhit Chandra

3. Towards automation of impervious surface mapping using high resolution orthophoto (PDF, 10.4mb)
- Joshphar Kunapo, Pua Tai Sim and Shobhit Chandra

4. Suburban socio-spatial polarisation and house price change in Melbourne: 1986 - 1996 (PDF, 6,4mb)
- Margaret Reynolds and Maryann Wulff

5. Improving spatial decision support systems: Methodological developments for natural resources and land management (PDF, 1.5mb)
- Hedia Chakroun and Goze Bertin Benie

Volume 1 issue 2 2005

6. Foreword (PDF, 71kb)
- Gregoire Dubois

7. Spatial interpolation comparison 2004: Reviewers and editorial committee (PDF 34kb)

8. Acknowledgements (PDF, 61kb)
- Gregoire Dubois

9. Introduction to the Spatial Interpolation Comparison (SIC) 2004 exercise and presentation of the datasets (PDF, 419kb)
- Gregoire Dubois and S. Galmarini

10. Using ordinary kriging to model radioactive contamination data (PDF, 398kb)
- Elena Savelieva

11. Mapping radioactivity from monitoring data: Automating the classical geostatistical approach (PDF, 1mb)
- Edzer J. Pebesma

12. Automatic mapping in the presence of substitutive errors:A robust kriging approach (PDF, 600kb)
- Baptiste Fournier and Reinhard Furrer

13. Automatic mapping of monitoring data (PDF, 241kb)
- Soren Lophaven, Hans Bruun Nielsen and Jacob Sondergaard

14. Bayesian automating fitting functions for spatial predictions (PDF, 1mb)
- Monica Palaseanu-Lovejoy

15. Fast spatial interpolation using sparse Gaussian processes (PDF, 706kb)
- Ben Ingram, Lehel Csato and David Evans

16. Interpolation of radioactivity data using regularized spline with tension (PDF, 700kb)
- Jaroslav Hofierka

17. Automated mapping using multilevel B-Splines (PDF, 1.3mb)
- Anatoly A. Saveliev, Andrey V. Romanov and Svetlana S. Mukharamova

18. Spatial interpolation of natural radiation levels with prior information using back-propagation artificial neural networks (PDF, 562kb)
- J.P. Rigol-Sanchez

19. Spatial prediction of radioactivity using general regression neural network (PDF, 477kb)
- Vadim Timonin and Elena Savelieva

20. Investigation of two neural network methods in an automatic mapping exercise (PDF, 864kb)
- Sridhar Dutta, Rajive Ganguli and Biswajit Samanta

21. Support vector regression for automated robust spatial mapping of natural radioactivity (PDF, 293kb)
- Alexei Pozdnoukhov


Volume 1 issue 3 2005

22. (Expired notice. Not included.)

23. Editorial (PDF, 71kb)
- Jim Peterson and Ray Wyatt

24. Analysis of pre/post flood bathymetric change using a GIS: A case study from the Gippsland Lakes, Victoria, Australia (PDF, 14.3mb)
- Peter Wheeler

25. Land use history of central Lulea: a case study in the use of historical maps together with modern geographic municipal information (PDF, 26.5mb)
- Lynette Peterson and Christian Lundberg

26. Spatial data integration for classification of 3D point clouds from digital photogrammetry (PDF, 6.4mb)
- Joshphar Kunapo

27. Modelling the driving forces of Sydney's urban development (1971-1996) in a cellular environment (PDF, 7mb)
- Yan Liu and Stuart Phinn

28. Bathymetric evolution at a coastal inlet after channel-edge groyne emplacement (PDF, 19.6mb)
- Peter Wheeler

Volume 2

Volume 2 issue 1 2006

1. Editorial (PDF, 71kb)
- Jim Peterson

2. Validation and sensitivity analysis of a mineral potential model using favourability functions (PDF, 4.9mb)
- Tsehaie Woldai, Alberto Pistocchi and Sharad Master

3. Ore grade estimation of a limestone deposit in India using an Artificial Neural Network (PDF, 2.6mb)
- S. Chatterjee, A. Bhattacherjee, B. Samanta and S.K. Pal

4. The effect of cell resolution on depressions in Digital Elevation Models (PDF, 4.1mb)
- Paul A Zandbergen

5. Spatial information for Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM): An example from the artificial Entrance Channel of the Gippsland Lakes, Australia (PDF, 5.2mb)
- Peter Wheeler

6. Spatial data compression and denoising via wavelet transformation (PDF, 2.5mb)
- Biswajeet Pradhan, Sandeep Kumar, Shattri Mansor, Abdul Rahman Ramli and Abdul Rashid B. Mohamed Sharif


Volume 2 issue 2 2006

7. A brief history of metropolitan planning in Melbourne, Australia (PDF, 1.8mb)
- Jun Tsutsumi and Ray Wyatt

8. Time series analysis of the skyline and employment changes in the CBD of Melbourne (PDF, 1.4mb)
- Jun Tsutsumi and Kevin O'Connor

9. The development of diverse suburban activity centres in Melbourne, Australia: Planning policies and retails locations (PDF, 3.3mb)
- Hiroki Yamashita, Tadashi Fujii and Satoru Itoh

10. The changing socio-economic structure of Dallas, US (PDF, 5.8mb)
- Yuichi Ishikawa and Jun Tsutsumi

11. A comparative study of metropolitan multi-nucleation: Suburban centres and commuter flows within the metropolitan areas of Atlanta, USA, and Melbourne, Australia (PDF, 2.6mb)
- Tadashi Fujii, Hiroki Yamashita and Satoru Itoh

12. GIS-based evaluation of Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) for reducing car dependence within Melbourne, Australia (PDF, 10.1mb)
- Ray Wyatt

13. Accessibility analysis for housing development in Singapore with GIS and multi-criteria analysis methods (PDF, 3.3mb)
- Xuan Zhu, Suxia Liu and Mun-Ching Yeow

14. The spatial analysis of spectral data: Extracting the neglected data (PDF, 585kb)
- Brian Lees

Volume 2 issue 3 2005

15. Strategic thinking for improved regional planning and natural resources management (PDF, 340kb)
- Victor A. Sposito, Ray Wyatt and Christopher J.Pettit

16. Applying an index of adaptive capacity to climate change in north-western Victoria, Australia (PDF, 5.6mb)
- Remy Sietchiping

17. Spatial (GIS-based) decision support system for the Westernport region (PDF, 2mb)
- Claudia Pelizaro and David McDonald

18. Using GIS in Landscape Visual Quality Assessment (PDF, 2.8mb)
- Yingxin Wu, Ian Bishop, Hemayet Hossain and Victor Sposito

19. Using GIS and a land use impact model to assess risk of soil erosion in West Gippsland (PDF, 4.1mb)
- Joanne McNeill, Richard MacEwan and Doug Crawford

20. GIS-based modelling of regional conservation significance (PDF, 6.1mb)
- Victor Sposito and Elizabeth Morse-McNabb

21. Evolutionary computing for optimizing a region's distribution of agricultural production (PDF, 3.1mb)
- Ray Wyatt and Hemayet Hossain

22. Geographical visualization: A participatory planning support tool for imagining landscape futures (PDF, 2.3mb)
- Christopher J. Pettit, William Cartwright and Michael Berry

23. A strategic approach to climate change impacts and adaptation (PDF, 2.1mb)
- Victor A.Sposito

24. Sustainable land resource assessment in regional and urban systems (PDF, 6.2mb)
- Hemayet Hossain, Victor Sposito and Carys Evans

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