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Bai, Zhengdong, Feng, Yanming, & Zheng, Yi (2005) Grid Residual Tropospheric Corrections for Improved Differential GPS Positioning over the Victoria GPS Network (GPSnet). Journal of Global Positioning Systems, 4(1-2), pp. 284-290.
Baishen, Zhou, Donghang, Li, Feng, Yanming, Jingjun, Guo, Pinggen, Zhou, & Zhigang, Ding (2005) A Demonstrative GPS-aided Automatic Landslide Monitoring System in Sichuan Province. Journal of Global Positioning Systems, 4(1-2), pp. 184-191.
Feng, Yanming & Zheng, Yi (2005) Efficient Interpolations to GPS Orbits for Precise Wide Area Applications. GPS Solutions, 9(4), pp. 273-282.
Gudes, Ori, Kendall, Elizabeth, Yigitcanlar, Tan, & Pathak, Virendra (2010) Knowledge-based approach for planning healthy cities : the case of Logan-Beaudesert, Australia. In The Third Knowledge Cities World Summit (KCWS) 2010, Melbourne - Australia.
Gudes, Ori, Kendall, Elizabeth, Yigitcanlar, Tan, & Pathak, Virendra (2011) Online geographic information systems for improving health planning practice : lessons learned from the case study of Logan-Beaudesert, Australia. In The 2011 URISA GIS in Public Health Conference, 27-30 June 2011, Atlanta, Georgia.
Gudes, Ori, Kendall, Elizabeth, Yigitcanlar, Tan, Pathak, Virendra, & Scott, Baum (2010) Rethinking health planning : a framework for organising information to underpin collaborative health planning. Health Information Management Journal, 39(2), pp. 18-29.
Gudes, Ori, Yigitcanlar, Tan, Tal, Yoav, & Bar-Lavi, Yaakov (2009) Innovative cartography standards for Web-GIS portals : case study of the 'Survey of Israel's' Web-GIS Portal. In Proceeding of the International Federation of Surveyors (FIG) Working Week 2009 Surveyors Key Role in Accelerated Development, 3-8 May 2009, Dan Eilat Hotel, Eilat.
Hall, Carly & Heffernan, Maree E. (2006) Where is it and why is it there? : GIS and its potential use in the human services sector. In Fehlhaber, Les (Ed.) Combined 5th Trans Tasman Survey Conference & 2nd Queensland Spatial Industry Conference 2006 – Cairns, 18-23 September 2006, 19-23 September 2006, Cairns, Qld..
Hannigan, Brian J. & Webb, Robert M. (1995) Final Report: Rearrangement of Property Boundaries to Facilitate Optimum Rural Land Use.
Hannigan, Brian J. & Webb, Robert M. (1993) LIS Technology and the Process of Rural Reconstruction: AKCLIS Final Report.
Hannigan, Brian J. & Webb, Robert M. (1996) Rearrangement of Property Boundaries to Facilitate Optimum Rural Land Use. In Roderick, Michael (Ed.) 37th Australian Surveyors Congress: Beyond the Telescope, 13th April - 18th April 1996, Perth, Western Australia.
Jin, Hang & Feng, Yanming (2010) Automated road pavement marking detection from high resolution aerial images based on Multi-resolution image analysis and anisotropic Gaussian filtering. In 2nd International Conference on Signal Processing Systems (ICSPS 2010), 5-7 July 2010, Dalian, China.
Jin, Hang, Feng, Yanming, & Li, Bofeng (2008) Road network extraction with new vectorization and pruning from high-resolution RS images. In Image and Vision Computing New Zealand, 2008. IVCNZ 2008. 23rd International Conference, IEEE , Lincoln University, Christchurch, New Zealand, pp. 1-6.
Jin, Hang, Feng, Yanming, & Li, Maoxun (2012) Towards an automatic system for road lane marking extraction in large-scale aerial images acquired over rural areas by hierarchical image analysis and Gabor filter. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 33(9), pp. 2747-2769.
Jin, Hang, Feng, Yanming, & Li, Zhengrong (2009) Extraction of road lanes from high-resolution stereo aerial imagery based on maximum likelihood segmentation and texture enhancement. In Proceedings of DICTA 2009 : Digital Image Computing :Techniques and Applications, IEEE Computer Society, Medina Grand Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria.
Jin, Hang, Li, Zhengrong, & Feng, Yanming (2009) Enhancing digital road map with lane details extracted from large-scale stereo aerial imagery using object-oriented image analysis. In Proceedings of Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute Biennial International Conference, Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, South Australia.
Pathak, Virendra & Webb, Robert M. (2010) The big brother : monitoring urban growth and change for sustainable infrastructure provision. In Tan , Yigitcanlar (Ed.) Sustainable Urban and Regional Infrastructure : Technology, Planning and Management. Information Science Reference (IGI Global), Hersey, Pa, pp. 246-258.
Soon, Chien Jon & Roe, Paul (2008) Annotation Architecture for Mobile Collaborative Mapping. In 6th International Conference on Advances in Mobile Computing and Multimedia (MOMM2008), 24-26 November 2008, Linz, Austria. (In Press)
Stern, Eliahu, Gudes, Ori, & Svoray, Tal (2009) Web-based and traditional public participation in comprehensive planning : a comparative study. Environment and Planning B: Planning & Design, 36, pp. 1067-1085.
Walker, Arron R. & Baker, Douglas C. (2008) Meeting the challenges of increased passenger movements for airports in Australia. In Queensland Spatial Conference 2008 : Global Warning: What’s Happening In Paradise?, 17-19 July 2008, Gold Coast, Qld, Australia.
Walker, Arron R. & Baker, Douglas C. (2010) A planning support system for airport city development. In Proceedings of the 14th Air Transport Research Society Conference, Air Transport Research Society (ATRS), Porto, Portugal.
Walker, Arron R., Moody, Miles P., & Pham, Binh L. (2006) A Spatial Similarity Ranking Framework for Spatial Metadata Retrieval. In Combined 5th Trans Tasman Survey Conference & 2nd Queensland Spatial Industry Conference 2006, 18-23 September, Cairns.
Walker, Arron R. & Stevens, Nicholas J. (2008) Airport city developments in Australia : land use classification and analyses. In 10th TRAIL Congress and Knowledge Market, 14-15 October 2008, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Webb, Robert M. (2009) The BEE Undergraduate Model for Knowledge Development applied to the QUT Spatial Science Course : Diversity in Surveying Curriculum. In XXIV FIG International Congress 2010 : Facing the Challenges - Building the Capacity, 11 - 16 April 2010, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Webb, Robert M. (1994) Developing a Geographic Information System for Resource Mapping and Farm Boundary Re-Arrangement in a Rural Darling Downs Catchment. In Hannigan, Brian J. (Ed.) Proceedings of seminar: Farm Reconstruction and Rearrangement of Farm Boundaries, 12 December 1994, Pittsworth, Darling Downs, Queensland.
Webb, Robert M. (2000) Entering the Real World. 4D: The Dirt Digger Newsletter, p. 4.
Webb, Robert M. (2006) Spatial Science News from QUT:Industry Report,September 2006. Spatial Science Queensland, 2006(4), pp. 28-29.
Webb, Robert M. (2005) Spatial Science at QUT NEWS: Industry Report AUG 2005. Spatial Science Queensland, 2005(4), pp. 28-30.
Webb, Robert M. (2005) Spatial Science at QUT NEWS: Industry Report, Dec 2005. Spatial Science Queensland, 2005(6), p. 31.
Webb, Robert M. (2006) Spatial Science at QUT: Industry Report, March 2006. Spatial Science Queensland, 2006(1), pp. 20-21.
Webb, Robert M. (1995) Technical Report on Geographic Information and Digital Mapping Activities in Linthorpe Valley, Pittsworth Shire, Darling Downs, Qld. (Unpublished)
Webb, Robert M. (2010) A new undergraduate model for broadly based spatial science curriculum at Queensland University of Technology : diversity in surveying curriculum. In Proceedings of XXIV FIG International Congress 2010, International Federation of Surveyors (FIG), Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, pp. 1-16.
Webb, Robert M. & Hayes, John F. (2008) Work Integrated Learning: Will it Work for Spatial Science Wilers? In McDougall, Kevin (Ed.) Queensland Spatial Conference 2008 : Global Warning: What’s Happening In Paradise?, 17-19 July 2008, Gold Coast, Qld, Australia.