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Rohrbach, Beni; Laube, Patrick; Weibel, Robert (2018). Comparing multi-criteria evaluation and participatory mapping to projecting land use. Landscape and Urban Planning, 176:38-50.

Long, J A; Weibel, Robert; Dodge, Somayeh; Laube, Patrick (2018). Moving ahead with computational movement analysis. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 32(7):1275-1281.

Rohrbach, Beni; Weibel, Robert; Laube, Patrick (2018). Parameter-free aggregation of value functions from multiple experts and uncertainty assessment in multi-criteria evaluation. Journal of Spatial Information Science, (16):27-51.

Rohrbach, Beni; Anderson, Sharolyn; Laube, Patrick (2016). The effects of sample size on data quality in participatory mapping of past land use. Environment and Planning B: Planning & Design, 43(4):681-697.

Gschwend, Christian; Laube, Patrick (2014). Scale effects in relating movement to geographic context. In: 8th International Conference on Geographic Information Science, Wien (A), 23 September 2014 - 26 September 2014, 40-45.

Rohrbach, Beni; Laube, Patrick (2014). Spatial variation of participants’ coverage in participatory mapping. In: GIScience 2014: Eighth International Conference on Geographic Information Science, Vienna (A), 23 September 2014 - 26 September 2014, 390-395.

Purves, Ross S; Laube, Patrick; Buchin, Maike; Speckmann, Bettina (2014). Moving beyond the point: An agenda for research in movement analysis with real data. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 47:1-4.

Rohrbach, Beni; Laube, Patrick (2013). A participatory method for agrobiodiversity conservation. In: 5th Symposium for Research in Protected Areas, Mittersill (A), 10 June 2013 - 12 June 2013, 669-670.

Bleisch, Susanne; Duckham, Matt; Laube, Patrick; Lyon, Jarod (2013). Identifying candidate causal relationships in fish movement patterns. In: GISRUK 2013, Liverpool, England, 3 April 2013 - 5 April 2013, online.

Advances in spatial data handling. Geospatial dynamics, geosimulation and exploratory visualization. Edited by: Timpf, Sabine; Laube, Patrick (2013). Heidelberg: Springer.

Both, Alan; Duckham, Matt; Laube, Patrick; Wark, Tim; Yeoman, Jeremy (2013). Decentralized monitoring of moving objects in a transportation network augmented with checkpoints. The Computer Journal, 56(12):1432-1449.

Timpf, Sabine; Laube, Patrick (2013). Preface. In: Timpf, Sabine; Laube, Patrick. Advances in spatial data handling: Geospatial dynamics, geosimulation and exploratory visualization. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer, v-vii.

Bleisch, Susanne; Laube, Patrick; Duckham, Matt (2013). Raum­‐zeitliches Data Mining – Ein Werkzeug zur Analyse von Fischbewegungen im Murray River. Geomatik Schweiz, 111(5):247-249.

Laube, Patrick; Hermann, Daniel; Haller, Rudolf; Filli, Flurin (2013). Rothirsche in der Val Foraz, Komplexe Karten machen Veränderungen sichtbar. In: Haller, Heinrich; Eisenhut, Antonia; Haller, Rudolf. Atlas des Schweizerischen Nationalparks: Die ersten 100 Jahre. Bern: Hauptverlag, 154-155.

Gantner, Felix; Waldvogel, Bettina; Meile, Rolf; Laube, Patrick (2013). The basic formal ontology as a reference framework for modeling the evolution of administrative units. Transactions in GIS, 17(2):206-226.

Bleisch, Susanne; Duckham, Matt; Kealy, Allison; Richter, Kai-Florian; Winter, Stephan; Kininmonth, Stuart; Klippel, Alexander; Laube, Patrick; Lyon, Jarod; Medyckyj-Scott, David; Wark, Tim (2012). Challenges in supporting extraction of knowledge about environmental objects and events from geosensor data. In: The 2012 AutoCarto International Symposium on Automated Cartography, Columbus, Ohio, USA, 16 September 2012 - 18 September 2012, online.

Gschwend, Christian; Laube, Patrick (2012). Challenges of context-aware movement analysis – lessons learned about crucial data requirements and pre-processing. In: Rowlingson, Barry; Whyatt, Duncan. Proceedings of the GIS Research UK 20th Annual Conference, Volume 1 - Presentations. Lancaster: GIS Research UK, 241-246.

Gudmundsson, Joachim; Laube, Patrick; Wolle, Thomas (2012). Computational movement analysis. In: Kresse, Wolfgang; Danko, David M. Springer Handbook of Geographic Information. Dordrecht: Springer, 725-741.

Merki, Michael; Laube, Patrick (2012). Detecting reaction movement patterns in trajectory data. In: Gensel, Jérôme; Josselin, Didier; Vandenbroucke, Danny. Multidisciplinary Research on Geographical Information in Europe and Beyond. Proceedings of the AGILE'2012 International Conference on Geographic Information Science, Avignon, April, 24-27, 2012. Avignon: Association of Geographic Information Laboratories for Europe (AGILE), 169-174.

Richter, Kai-Florian; Schmid, Falko; Laube, Patrick (2012). Semantic trajectory compression: Representing urban movement in a nutshell. Journal of Spatial Information Science, (4):3-30.

Laube, Patrick; Purves, Ross S (2011). How fast is a cow? Cross-scale analysis of movement data. Transactions in GIS, 15(3):401-418.

Laube, Patrick; Purves, Ross S (2010). Cross-scale movement trajectory analysis. In: Haklay, Muki. Proceedings of the GIS Research UK 18th Annual Conference GISRUK 2010. London, UK: University College London, 103-107.

Laube, Patrick; Purves, Ross S; Imfeld, Stephan; Weibel, Robert (2007). Analysing point motion with geographic knowledge discovery techniques. In: Drummond, Jane; Billen, Roland; Joao, Elsa; Forrest, David. Dynamic and Mobile GIS: Investigating Changes in Space and Time. Boca Raton (USA): C R C Press, LLC, 263-286.

Imfeld, Stephan; Haller, Ruedi; Laube, Patrick (2006). Positional accuracy of biological research data in GIS – A case study in the Swiss National Park. In: 7th International Symposium on Spatial Accuracy Assessment in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, Lissabon (P), 5 July 2006 - 7 July 2006, 275-280.

Laube, Patrick; Purves, Ross S (2006). An approach to evaluating motion pattern detection techniques in spatio-temporal data. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 30(3):347-374.

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