Phil Bartie
TitleCited byYear
Neighborhood deprivation and access to fast-food retailing: a national study
J Pearce, T Blakely, K Witten, P Bartie
American journal of preventive medicine 32 (5), 375-382, 2007
3192007
Neighbourhoods and health: a GIS approach to measuring community resource accessibility
J Pearce, K Witten, P Bartie
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 60 (5), 389-395, 2006
2912006
Development of a Speech‐Based Augmented Reality System to Support Exploration of Cityscape
PJ Bartie, WA Mackaness
Transactions in GIS 10 (1), 63-86, 2006
692006
Road traffic accident simulation modelling-a kernel estimation approach
CE Sabel, S Kingham, A Nicholson, P Bartie
The 17th annual colloquium of the spatial information research Centre†…, 2005
562005
Advancing visibility modelling algorithms for urban environments
P Bartie, F Reitsma, S Kingham, S Mills
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 34 (6), 518-531, 2010
552010
The impact of the ‘school run’on road traffic accidents: A spatio-temporal analysis
S Kingham, CE Sabel, P Bartie
Journal of transport geography 19 (4), 705-711, 2011
472011
Integrating location, visibility, and question-answering in a spoken dialogue system for pedestrian city exploration
S Janarthanam, O Lemon, X Liu, P Bartie, W Mackaness, T Dalmas, ...
Proceedings of the 13th Annual Meeting of the Special Interest Group on†…, 2012
252012
Evaluating a city exploration dialogue system combining question-answering and pedestrian navigation
S Janarthanam, O Lemon, P Bartie, T Dalmas, A Dickinson, X Liu, ...
ACL 2013: 51st Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational†…, 2013
232013
Incorporating vegetation into visual exposure modelling in urban environments
P Bartie, F Reitsma, S Kingham, S Mills
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 25 (5), 851-868, 2011
202011
Technology in tourism: Handheld guide systems and museum technologies
E Hornecker, P Bartie
Human Interface Technology Laboratory New Zealand, 2006
202006
An empirical model for estimating census unit population exposure in areas lacking air quality monitoring
S Kingham, G Fisher, S Hales, I Wilson, P Bartie
Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology 18 (2), 200, 2008
172008
Design of a decision support tool for visualising E. coli risk on agricultural land using a stakeholder-driven approach
DM Oliver, PJ Bartie, AL Heathwaite, L Pschetz, RS Quilliam
Land Use Policy 66, 227-234, 2017
152017
From the virtual to the realworld: referring to objects in real-world spatial scenes
D Gkatzia, V Rieser, P Bartie, W Mackaness
Proceedings of the 2015 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language†…, 2015
132015
An egocentric urban viewshed: A method for landmark visibility mapping for pedestrian location based services
P Bartie, S Mills, S Kingham
Geospatial Vision, 61-85, 2008
132008
A multithreaded conversational interface for pedestrian navigation and question answering
S Janarthanam, O Lemon, X Liu, P Bartie, W Mackaness, T Dalmas
Proceedings of the SIGDIAL 2013 Conference, 151-153, 2013
112013
A qualitative model for describing the arrangement of visible cityscape objects from an egocentric viewpoint
P Bartie, E Clementini, F Reitsma
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 38, 21-34, 2013
102013
Kernel density estimation as a spatial-temporal data mining tool: exploring road traffic accident trends
CE Sabel, P Bartie, S Kingham, A Nicholson
GISRUK'06, 191-196, 2006
102006
Identifying related landmark tags in urban scenes using spatial and semantic clustering
P Bartie, W Mackaness, P Petrenz, A Dickinson
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 52, 48-57, 2015
82015
Understanding information requirements in “Text Only” pedestrian wayfinding systems
W Mackaness, P Bartie, CSR Espeso
International Conference on Geographic Information Science, 235-252, 2014
82014
Referring expressions in location based services: The case of the ‘opposite’relation
P Bartie, F Reitsma, E Clementini, S Kingham
International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, 231-240, 2011
82011
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