The RISER project has yielded several publications in academic journals and conferences. Welcome to read the following papers for more details of the scientific impacts of the RISER project.
- Xu Zhong, Matt Duckham, Derek Chong, and Kevin Tolhurst. “Real-time estimation of wildfire perimeters from curated crowdsourcing.” Scientific reports 6 (2016).
- Xu Zhong, and Matt Duckham. “Characterizing the shapes of noisy, non-uniform, and disconnected point clusters in the plane.” Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 57 (2016): 48-58.
- Xu Zhong, Allison Kealy, and Matt Duckham. “Stream Kriging: Incremental and recursive ordinary Kriging over spatiotemporal data streams.” Computers & Geosciences 90 (2016): 134-143.
Non-peer-reviewed paper in SIGSPATIAL special issue
- Matt Duckham, Xu Zhong, and Kevin Toohey. “Challenges to using decentralized spatial algorithms in the field: the RISERnet geosensor network case study.” SIGSPATIAL Special 7, no. 2 (2015): 14-21.
Peer-reviewed full conference paper
- Xu Zhong, Allison Kealy, Guy Sharon, and Matt Duckham. “Spatial interpolation of streaming geosensor network data in the RISER system.” W2GIS 2015, pp. 161-177.
- Xu Zhong. “Real-time estimation of wildfire perimeters from curated crowdsourcing”, Locate16.
- Mark Garvey. “Using next generation spatial technologies to advance knowledge of grassland curing”, Locate16.
- Matt Duckham. “Using spatial technologies to support early education for improved community resilience — a case study from Anglesea Primary School”, Locate16.
- Mark Garvey, Matt Duckham. “Creating a grassland curing dataset from UAV imagery operational considerations”, AFAC 2015.
- Matt Duckham. “RISERnet: Situational awareness using environmental sensor networks”, ANZDMC 2014.
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