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Book and Book Chapters

Mackaness W.A. and Chaudhry, O (2008) ‘Cartographic Generalisation’ in International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Kitchin, R. & Nigel Thrift, N.(eds) pdf

Jardine, A. and Mackaness, W.A. (2008) Visualising Risk for Hill Walkers Innovations in GIS 13 pdf

Mackaness W.A. and Chaudhry (2008) Generalization and Symbolization Encyclopedia of GIS. Shekhar, Shashi; Xiong, Hui (Eds.) ISBN: 978-0-387-30858-6 pdf

Mackaness W A. (2008)  ‘Chapter 12 Generalization of Spatial Databases’ in Wilson and Fotheringham (eds) The Handbook of Geographic Information Science. Blackwell MA, USA. pp 222-238. ISBN 978-1-4051-0795-2 pdf

Mackaness, W.A., Ruas, A, and L. Tiina Sarjakoski, T.(eds) (2007) Generalisation of Geographic Information: Cartographic Modelling and Applications. Elsevier, Oxford

Horita, M., Mackaness, W.A., Clarke, I. (2007) Composite Mapping, The Sage Dictionary of Qualitative Management Research. Richard Thorpe and Robin Holt (eds). Sage Publications 50-53.  978-1-4129-3528-9 pdfnot

Mackaness W A and Ruas A.(2007)  ‘Evaluation techniques in Automated Cartography’ in Mackaness W.A., Ruas, A, and L. Tiina Sarjakoski, T.(eds)  Generalisation of Geographic Information: Cartographic Modelling and Applications. Elsevier.

Mackaness, W. A. and Towers, A. (2002). Chapter 6: Handling and accessing census boundary data. In The Census Data System, P. Rees, D. Martin and P. Williamson, (ed). John Wiley ISBN: 0-470-84688-7

Purves, R., Dowers, S., and Mackaness, W. (2001), Providing Context in Virtual Reality: The example of a CAL for mountain navigation. in Virtual Reality in Geography, D. Unwin and P. Fisher, eds., (Taylor & Francis, London), pp. 175-189. pdf

Purves, R., Mackaness, W.A., D. E. Sugden and J. Barton. (1999). The Application of GIS to the Modelling of Snow Drift. In Innovations in GIS 6- Integrating Information Infrastructures with Geographical Information Technology, B. M. Gittings, ed., (Taylor and Francis, London), pp. 243-254.

Mackaness, W.A. 1996 Automated Cartography and the Human Paradigm  in Cartographic Design: Theoretical and Practical Perspectives. C H Wood and C P Keller (ed) John Wiley and Sons. pp. 55-66, ISBN 0471 965871

Mackaness, W.A. 1991 'Integration and evaluation of map generalisation' in Map Generalisation  Buttenfield B P and McMaster R (eds), Longman, London. pp: 217-226.

Buttenfield B P and Mackaness, W.A. 1990 'Visualisation' in section III.d of McGuire D J, Goodchild M F,  and Rhind D W (ed) Geographic Information Systems: Overview, Principles and Applications London: Longman Vol 1: pp: 427 - 443. ISBN 0-582-05661-6

 

Articles in Refereed Journals

Mackaness,W.A., S. Perikleous and O. Z. Chaudhry (2008) Representing Forested Regions at Small Scales: Automatic Derivation from Very Large Scale Data The Cartographic Journal Vol. 45 No. 1 pp. 6–17 pdf

Chaudhry, O.Z and Mackaness, W.A. (2008) Creating mountains out of molehills: Automatic identification of hills and Ranges using Morphometric Analysis. Transactions in GIS. pdf

Chaudhry, O.Z and Mackaness, W.A. (2008) Automatic Identification of Urban Settlement Boundaries in Multiple Representation Databases. Computer Environment and Urban Systems. 32(2), 95-109 pdf

Cornelius, S., Medyckyj-Scott, D. J., Forrest, D. Williams, A and Mackaness, W. A., (2008), The Virtual Placement - an Alternative To The Traditional Work Placement in the Geographical Sciences? Journal of Geography in Higher Education. pdfnot

Mackaness, W. A., (2006) Automated Cartography in a Bush of Ghosts. Cartography and Geographic Information Science 33(4) 245-256. pdf

Mackaness, W. A., and Steven, M. (2006), An Algorithm for Localised Contour Removal over Steep Terrain, The Cartographic Journal. 43 (2) 144-156. pdf

Regnauld, N., and Mackaness, W. A., (2006), Creating a hydrographic network from its cartographic representation: a case study using Ordnance Survey MasterMap data, International Journal of Geographical Information Science. pdf

Bartie, P. and Mackaness W.A (2006). "A Speech Based Augmented Reality System for City Tourists." Transactions in GIS (special issue) 10 (1): 63-86. pdf

Purves, R. S., Medyckyj-Scott, D. J., and Mackaness, W. A., (2005), The e-MapScholar Project - An example of interoperability in Giscience Education. Computers & Geosciences, Volume 31, Issue 2, March 2005, Pages 189-198. pdf

Smith, J., Mackaness, W.A., Kealy, A., and Williamson, I., 2004, Spatial Data Infrastructure Requirements for Mobile Location Based Journey Planning: Transactions in GIS, v. 8, p. 23-44. pdf

Clarke, I., Mackaness, W. A., Ball, B., (2003) Modelling Intuition in Retail Site Assessment (MIRSA): Making sense of retail location using retailers' intuitive judgements as a support for decision-making. International Review of Retail Distribution and Consumer Research 13(2): 175-193.

Clarke, I., Mackaness, W. A., Ball, B., and Horita, M. (2003), The devil is in the detail: visualising analogical thought in retail location decision making. Environment and Planning B Planning and Design. 30 15-36 pdf

Regnauld, N., Mackaness, W. A., and Hart, G. (2002), Automated Relief Representation of Archaeological Monuments and Other Anthropogenic Forms, Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 26, (2-3), March-May 2002, pp 219-239. pdf

Clarke, I., Horita, M., and Mackaness, W.A (2002), Intuition et evaluation des sites commerciaux: apprehender la connaissance des commerçants (Intuition in Store Site Assessment: Capturing retailers knowledge). in Strategies de localisation des entreprises commerciales et industrielles  G. Cliquet and J.-M. Josselin, eds., (De Boeck Universite, Hermes, Paris). 9-782804-139483. pp97 – 114.

Downs, T C and Mackaness, W.A. (2002) Automating the Generalisation of Geological Maps: The Need for an Integrated Approach The Cartographic Journal. 39(2): 137-152 pdf

Rainsford, D. and Mackaness, W.A. (2002). Mobile Journey Planning for Bus Passengers. In Geographic Information Science: Second International Conference, GIScience 2002, Boulder, CO, USA Sept 26-28, pp 228-242, Springer LNCS 2478. pdf

Rainsford, D. and Mackaness, W.A., 2002. Template Matching in Support of Generalisation of Rural Buildings. In: D. Richardson and P.v. Oosterom (Editors), Advances in Spatial Data Handling 10th International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling. (fully refereed proceedings). Springer, Berlin, pp. 137-152. pdf

Mackaness, W. A., and Purves, R. (2001), Automated Displacement For Large Numbers of Discrete Map Objects. Algorithmica, 30, 302-311. pdfnot

Clarke, I. A., and Mackaness, W. A. (2001), Management 'Intuition': An interpretative account of structure and content of decision schemas using cognitive maps. Journal of Management Studies, 38, 147-172. pdf

Clarke, I., Mackaness, W.A, and Horita, M. (2000), The spatial knowledge of retail decision-makers: Capturing and interpreting group insight using a composite cognitive map. 'International Review of Retail, Distribution & Consumer Research, 10: 3; 265-285. pdf

Edwardes, A., and Mackaness, W. A. 1999 “Modelling Knowledge for Generalisation of Categorical Maps.” Innovations in GIS 7 GeoComputation Chapter 12.

Ormsby, D., and Mackaness, W. A. (1999), The Development of Phenomenonological Generalisation Within an Object Oriented Paradigm. Cartography and Geographical Information Systems, 26, 70-80.

Purves, R., Barton, J., Mackaness, W. A., and Sugden, D. E. (1999), The Application of GIS to the Modelling of Snow Drift. in Innovations in GIS 6- Integrating Information Infrastructures with Geographical Information Technology, B. M. Gittings, ed., (Taylor and Francis, London), pp. 243-254.

Ormsby, D., and Mackaness, W. A., 1999, The Development of Phenomenonological Generalisation Within an Object Oriented Paradigm: Cartography and Geographical Information Systems, v. 26, p. 70-80. pdfnot

Mackaness, W. A., and Mackechnie, G. (1999), Detection and Simplification of Road Junctions in Automated Map Generalization. GeoInformatica, 3, 185-200. pdf

Purves, R. S., Mackaness, W. A., and Sugden, D. E., 1999, An Approach To Modelling The Impact Of Snow Drift On Glaciation In The Cairngorm Mountains, Scotland: Journal of Quaternary Science, v. 14, p. 313-321.

Purves, R. S., J. S. Barton, Mackaness, W.A. and D. E. Sugden. 1998. The development of a rule based spatial model of wind transport and deposition of snow. Annals of Glaciology, vol. 26, pp. 197-202

Mackaness, W. A., 1998. Self Evaluating Generalisation Algorithms for the Derivation of Multi Scale Products from the UK Borders Data of the Census. In Geocomputation, pp. 42-51 / CD-ROM

Mackaness, W.A. 1995 Analysis of Urban Road Networks to Support Cartographic Generalization  Cartography and Geographic Information Systems  vol. 22 no 4 pp. 306-316 ISSN 1050-9844

Turk A  G and Mackaness, W.A. 1995 Design Considerations For Spatial Information Systems And Maps To Support Native Title Negotiation And Arbitration, Journal of Cartography  Vol. 24, No. 2, pp. 17-28.

Mackaness, W.A. 1994 An Algorithm for Conflict Identification and Feature Displacement in Automated Map Generalization Cartography and Geographic Information Systems vol. 21 no 4 pp. 219-232.  ISSN 1050-9844

Mackaness, W.A. and Beard M K 1993 ‘Use of Graph Theory to Support Map Generalization’ Cartography and Geographic Information Systems  vol. 20, No. 4, pp. 210 - 221. pdf

 

Conference Proceedings

Lüscher, P, Weibel, R. and Mackaness W.A. (2008) Where is the terraced House? On the use of Ontologies for Recognition of Urban Concepts in Cartographic Databases. Proceedings of Spatial Data Handling Conference, Montpellier, June 2008. pdf

Chaudhry, O. and  W.A Mackaness (2008) Partitioning Techniques to Make Manageable the Generalisation of National Spatial Datasets, ICA Workshop, Montpellier, June 2008. pdf

Chaudhry, O. and  W.A Mackaness (2007) Utilising Partonomic Information in the Creation of Hierarchical Geographies 10th ICA Workshop on Map Generalisation  Moscow, 2-3 August 2007. pdf

Chaudhry, O. and  W.A Mackaness (2007) Automated scale dependent views of hills and ranges via morphometric analysis. Proceedings of International Cartographic Conference August, Moscow.

Mackaness, W.A. Perikleous, S. Chaudhry, O. (2007) Representing Forested Regions at Small Scales: Automatic Derivation from the Very Large Scale. Proceedings of International Cartographic Conference August, Moscow.

Schroder, C, Mackaness, W.A., Reitsma, F. (2007) Quantifying Urban Visibility Using 3D Space Syntax. Proceedings of International Cartographic Conference August, Moscow.

Schroder, C, Mackaness, W.A., Reitsma, F. (2007) Quantifying Urban Visibility Using 3D Space Syntax Proceedings of GISRUK 2007 (Winstanley, A.C. ed), Maynooth, Ireland, 11-13th April 2007, pp 359-366. pdf

Mackaness, W.A. Perikleous, S. Chaudhry, O. (2007) Representing Forested Regions at Small Scales: Automatic Derivation from the Very Large Scale. Proceedings of GISRUK 2007 (Winstanley, A.C. ed), Maynooth, Ireland, 11-13th April 2007, pp 406-413

Chaudhry, O. and Mackaness, W.A. (2007) Automatic Identification of Hills and Ranges Using Morphometric Analysis. Proceedings of GISRUK 2007 (Winstanley, A.C. ed), Maynooth, Ireland, 11-13th April 2007, pp 333-342. pdf

Chaudhry, O. and Mackaness, W.A. (2006) Modelling Geographic Phenomena at varying levels of Detail: Generalisation in Spatial Databases (part of the Postgraduate Forum – Annual International Conference Royal Geographical Society with  IBG, 30 Aug – 1 Sept Kensington Gore, London.

Jardine, A. and Mackaness, W.A. (2006) Visualising Risk for Hill Walkers, ‘, Proceedings of Auto Carto 2006, Vancouver, Washington, June 23-30.

Chaudhry O. and Mackaness W.A. 2006 Creation of Fiat Boundaries in Higher Order Phenomenon Workshop of the ICA Commission on Map Generalisation and Multiple Representation – June 25th 2006, Vancouver Washington. pdf

Mackaness W.A., Steven, M. (2006) Optimal Portrayal of Contour Information over Steep Terrain, Proceedings of Auto Carto 2006, Vancouver, Washington, June 23-30.

Chaudhry, O. and Mackaness, W.A. 2006. , ‘Modelling Geographic Phenomena at Multiple Levels of Detail’, Proceedings of Auto Carto 2006, Vancouver, Washington, June 23-30.

Jardine, A. and Mackaness, W.A. (2006) Visualising Risk for Hill Walkers, ‘AGI Conference Proceedings, Business Design Centre, Islington 12-14 September.

Mackaness W.A., Dugmore, A., Edgar, S., Hulton, N. Serafin E. (2006) Virtual Iceland: Enhancing Fieldwork Experiences Through E-Learning, Proceedings of GISRUK 2006, University of Nottingham,  Nottingham, April 5-7 2006. pp 368-373. Nottingham: The University of Nottinghahm ISBN 0853582262

Mackaness W.A., Steven, M. (2006) Optimal Portrayal of Contour Information over Steep Terrain, Proceedings of GISRUK 2006, University of Nottingham,  Nottingham, April 5-7 2006. pp. 34-40. Nottingham: The University of Nottinghahm ISBN 0853582262

Jardine, A. and Mackaness, W.A. (2006) Visualising Risk for Hill Walkers, Proceedings of GISRUK 2006, University of Nottingham,  Nottingham, April 5-7 2006., pp. 319-327. Nottingham: The University of Nottinghahm ISBN 0853582262.

Chaudhry, O and Mackaness, W.A. (2006)  Density Modelling in Support of Automatic Recognition of Geographical

Phenomena in Large Scale Topographic Databases, Proceedings of GISRUK 2006, University of Nottingham,  Nottingham, April 5-7 2006. pp. 112. Nottingham: The University of Nottinghahm ISBN 0853582262

Mackaness, W. A., and Bartie, P. 2005 Mobile City Guide using Speech Based Interaction and Augmented Reality Technology, ‘AGI Conference Proceedings,London 8-10 November

W. A., Mackaness and Chaudhry, O. 2005, ‘Exploring representational issues in the visualisation of geographical phenomena over large changes in scale.’  GISRUK 2005, University of Glasgow  pdfno

Chaudhry O, Mackaness WA (2005) Rural and Urban Road Network Generalization Deriving 1:250,000 From 1:1250. In:  International Cartographic Conference. ICA, A Coruna 9-16 July, pp 93 pdf

Mackaness, W. A., and Bartie, P. 2005, ‘EARS – Edinburgh Augmented Reality Sysem – Guiding tourists in Urban Landscapes.’  GISRK 2005, University of Glasgow

Purves, R. S., Mackaness, W. A., Medyjckyi-Scott, D. J., and Weibel, R., 2004, Learning from difference: GITTA and e-MapScholar - contrasting experiences in developing e-learning for GIScience,  EUGISES 2004, Villach, Austria 2-5 September 2004. pdf

Purves, R.S., Medyckyj-Scott D.J. and Mackaness, W.A., (2003). The e-MapScholar Project - An example of interoperability in Giscience Education, 6th AGILE conference on Geographic Information Science "The Science behind the Infrastructure", Lyon, campus de la Doua, INSA - 24-26 avril 2003, pp231-238.

Pickering, A. and Mackaness, W.A. (2003) Virtual Placements in the context of e-learning: A Case Study in the use of Geographic Information in Proceedings of GISRUK 2003 11th Annual Conference J. Wood (ed), City University, April 9-11 2003. pp 260-267.

Greenwood, J and Mackaness, W.A. (2002) Revealing Associative Relationships for Complex Object Creation  Geoscience 2002 Abstracts: The Second International Conference on GIS, Sept 25-28, Boulder Colorado. pp 48-55.

Mackaness, W.A. (2002) Conveying Route Information on Mobile Devices Using Communicative Acts Geoscience 2002 Abstracts: The Second International Conference on GIS, Sept 25-28, Boulder Colorado. pp 101-104. pdf

Clarke, I., Mackaness, W. A., Ball, B., (2002) Modelling Intuition in Retail Site Assessment (MIRSA): Making sense of retail location using retailers' intuitive judgements as a support for decision-making.  Academy of Marketing Annual Conference  Nottingham University Business School 2nd July - 5th July.

Fairbairn, D, Purves R, Abele, S., Mackaness W.A., Medyckyj-Scott, D., Robertson, L. and Wood, J. (2002) Using the Internet to Deliver Customisable Map-based Educational Experiences, Geowissenschaftliche Mitteilungen (Technische Universitat Wien) , Proceedings of the ICA Workshop on Maps and the Internet, Karlsruhe, Germany, September 24-25Vol 60, pp15-20.

Smith, J., Mackaness W.A, A. Kealy, and I. Williamson, 2002, Spatial Data Infrastructure Concepts for Location Based Services - a case study in public transportation: Joint AURISA and Institution of Surveyors Conference, Adelaide, November 25-30.

Purves, R.S., Medycki-Scott, D.J.M., Fairbairn, D., Mackaness, W.A.,  Robertson, L. and Wood, J. (2002) Bridging the gap – delivering customisable teaching materials to enhance utilisation of geographic data. Proceedings of the GIS Research UK 10th Annual Conference GISRUK 2002 3-5th April, University of Sheffield. Wise, S, Brindley P, Young-Hoon K, Openshaw C (eds).

Clarke, I, Mackaness, W A , Ball B. & Masahide Horita, M. 2002 ‘Making Sense’ – Supporting Reflective Decision-Making Using Qualitative Decision-Support Systems, British Academy of Management (BAM) Special Research Forum on Mode 2 Knowledge Production, Exploring Practice-oriented Research Approaches, 18-19 March 2002, Forest Hills Hotel, Loch Ard, Stirlingshire, Scotland.

Barrault, M., Regnauld, N., Duchene, C., Haire, K., Baeijs, C., Demazeau, Y., Hardy, P., Mackaness, W.A., Ruas, A., Weibel, R. 2001. Integrating multi agent, object oriented and algorithmic techniques for improved automated map generalisation. In Integrating multi agent, object oriented and algorithmic techniques for improved automated map generalisation, vol 3 pp. 2110-2116. 6-10 August, Beijing

Clarke, I., Mackaness, W.A, B. Ball and Horita, M.,(2001) The visualisation of interactive analogical thought in retail decision making,  Book of abstracts 8th Recent Advances in Retailing & Services Science Conference, June 16-19, 2001, Vancouver, Canada.

Edwardes, A., and Mackaness, W. A. (2001), Mobile Mapping on Demand - Redefining the Needs of Cartographic Generalisation. Proceedings of the GIS Research UK 9th Annual Conference, (Glamorgan), 333-335.

Regnauld, N., Mackaness, W. A., and Hart, G. (2001), Automated Relief Representation for Visualisation of Archaeological Monuments and Other Anthropogenic Forms. Proceedings of the GIS Research UK 9th Annual Conference, (Glamorgan), 447-451.

Stother, C., Morrison, K., Mackaness, W. A., and Bevan, B. (2001), Visualisation Methodologies Required to Recreate Archaeological Site of Tin Town in the Upper Derwent Valley, the Peak District. Proceedings of the GIS Research UK 9th Annual Conference, 207-211.

Edwardes, A.J. and Mackaness, W.A. 2000 Intelligent generalisation of urban road networks Proceedings of GIS Research UK 2000 Conference University of York pp 81-85. pdf  pdf

Jackson, M., and Mackaness, W. A. (2000), GI and Telecoms. GI News.

Clarke, I., Horita, M., and Mackaness, W.A (1999), Intuition in Retail Site Assessment: Development of A Retail Spatial Decision Support System Using Cognitive Mapping and Neuro-Fuzzy Networks. Proceedings of The 22nd Annual Applied Geography Conference, (University of North Carolina - Charlotte.

Mackaness, W. A., and Purves, R. (1999), Issues and Solutions to Displacement in Map Generalisation. Proceedings of the19th International Cartographic Conference, (Ottawa), 1081-1090.

O'Loughlin, A. L., and Mackaness, W. A. (1999), Automated Relief Representation for Visualisation of Archaeological Monuments. Proceedings of the19th International Cartographic Conference, (Ottawa), 1029-1035.

Edwardes, A., and Mackaness, W. (1999), Modelling Knowledge For Automated Generalisation of Categorical Maps - A Constraint Based Approach. Proceedings of theWorkshop of the ICA Commission on Map Generalisation, (2 Rideau St, Ottawa Canada. pdf

Clarke, I., Horita, M., and Mackaness, W., 1999, Capturing Intuition in Retail Site Assessment: Towards the integration of 'hard' and 'soft' modelling approaches: 'Store, Industrial, and Public facility location in a European context: theories and practices.

Clarke, I., Mackaness, W., and Horita, M., 1999, Integrating 'Hard' and 'Soft' Approaches to Modelling Intuition in Retail Site Assessment: Human-Computer Interaction - INTERACT'99, Vol 2: 15-16

Glover, L., and Mackaness, W. A., 1999, Dynamic generalisation from single detailed database to support web based interaction: 19th International Cartographic Conference, vol 2, p. 1175-1183. pdf

Lamy, S., Ruas, A., Demazeau, Y., Baeijs, C., Jackson, M., Mackaness, W., and Weibel, R. (1999),  AGENT  Project: Automated Generalisation New Technology. Proceedings of thePaper presented at the 5th EC-GIS Workshop, Stresa Italy. pdf

Lamy, S., Ruas, A., Demazeau, Y., Jackson, M., Mackaness, W. A., and Weibel, R., 1999, The Application of Agents in Automated Map Generalisation: 19th International Cartographic Conference, vol 2, p. 1225-1234.

Mackaness, W. A., and Purves, R., 1999, Issues and Solutions to Displacement in Map Generalisation: 19th International Cartographic Conference, vol 2, p. 1081-1090. pdf

O'Loughlin, A. L., and Mackaness, W. A., 1999, Automated Relief Representation for Visualisation of Archaeological Monuments: 19th International Cartographic Conference, vol 2, p. 1029-1035.

Edwardes, A. and Mackaness, W.A. 1998. Information requirements for self evaluating generalization algorithms. In 18 International Conference on Spatial Data Handling, vol.1 pp. 233-243.

Purves, R. S., Mackaness, W.A. and S. Dowers. 1998. Teaching Mountain Navigation Skills Unsing Interactive Visualisation Techniques. InVirtual Reality: Proceedings on Multimedia in Geoinformation, vol. pp. 173-184.

Mackechnie, G. and Mackaness, W.A. 1997. Detection and Simplification of Road Junctions in Automated Map Generalization. In Proceedings of the ACSM-ASPRS Annual meeting, vol. pp. 72-82.

Ruas, A. and Mackaness, W.A. 1997. Strategies for Urban Map Generalization. In Proceedings of the 18th ICA/ACI International Cartographic Conference, vol. 3, pp. 1387-1394.

Mackaness, W. A., R. Weibel and B. P. Buttenfield. 1997. Report of the 1997 ICA Workshop on Map Generalization. Gävle, Sweden, 19-21 June. Santa Barbara California: NCGIA Technical report 97-3.

Mackaness, W. A. and G. Mackechnie. 1997. Detection and Simplification of Road Junctions in Automated Map Generalization. In Proceedings of the 18th ICA/ACI International Cartographic Conference, vol. 2, pp. 1013-1021.

Ormsby, D. and Mackaness, W.A. 1997. The Development of a Phenomenonological Approach to Cartographic Generalization. In Proceedings of the ACSM-ASPRS Annual Convention, vol. 1, pp. 62-71.

Mackaness, W. A., R. Weibel and B. P. Buttenfield. 1997. Report of the 1997 ICA Workshop on Map Generalization. Gävle, Sweden, 19-21 June. Santa Barbara California: NCGIA Technical report 97-3.

Smith, S. C., Mackaness,W.A. and M. A. K. Smith. 1997. Towards a Protocol for Evaluating the Feasibility of Environmental Projects. In Urban Regional Environmental Planning and Informatics to Planning in an Era of Transition, vol. pp. 547-559.

Clarke, I., Mackaness, W.A. and M. Culligan-Dunsmore. 1997. Intuition in Strategic Investment Decision Making: More than just a 'good guess'? InBritish Academy of Management Annual Conference, 8-10 September. p.579.

Cattran, S. and Mackaness, W.A. 1997. Rapid Prototyping: A Customisation Strategy. InESRI User Conference, USA, vol 1, pp231-239

Smith, S. and Mackaness, W. A. 1996. The Role of Intelligent Agents in Integrated Environmental Management. In GeoComputation 96, vol. 2, pp. 751-765.

Mackaness, W.A. 1996 Visualization in GIS - Still Technology Driven! Chimera, vol. 11, pp. 54-61, Journal of the Geography Department, University of Cork, Ireland.

Mackaness, W. A. 1995. A Constraint Based Approach to Human Computer Interaction in Automated Cartography. In Proceedings of ICA 17, vol. 2, pp. 1423 - 1433.

 

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