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Sécurité et mobilité des adolescents piétons dans l’espace urbain : l’exemple de la communauté urbaine de Lille. 1 Cette valeur concerne l’année 2010.

Sécurité et mobilité des adolescents piétons dans l’espace urbain : l’exemple de la communauté urbaine de Lille

Journal of Interdisciplinary Methodologies and Issues in Sciences - Vol 2 - Graphs and social systems. .: Call for Papers :.

Journal of Interdisciplinary Methodologies and Issues in Sciences - Vol 2 - Graphs and social systems

Graphs & Social Systems. Bases de mathématiques pour la géologie et la géographie. Getting Started with SQL - O'Reilly Media. The animal on the cover of Getting Started with SQL is a Natterjack toad (Epidalea calamita).

Getting Started with SQL - O'Reilly Media

It is part of the Bufonidae family and can be found in sand dune systems, heathlands, and coastlines with low coverings of grass throughout western European. An identifying feature of natterjack toads is the yellow line that runs down the middle of their backs. Adults range in length from 50–70 mm, with females being larger than males. Amazon. Read Free Books Online and Download eBooks for Free. Mobile Technologies for Activity-Travel Data Collection and Analysis. Hacker Cartography: Crowdsourced Geography, OpenStreetMap, and the Hacker Political Imaginary.

Vient de paraître: Histoire et Informatique vol. 18/19 - La visualisation des données en histoire. Parution de l’ouvrage “Traces numériques et territoires” Traces numériques et Territoires. Mobilité en transitions - Connaître, comprendre et représenter. Anthropogenic Resource Subsidies Determine Space Use by Australian Arid Zone Dingoes: An Improved Resource Selection Modelling Approach.

Abstract Dingoes (Canis lupus dingo) were introduced to Australia and became feral at least 4,000 years ago.

Anthropogenic Resource Subsidies Determine Space Use by Australian Arid Zone Dingoes: An Improved Resource Selection Modelling Approach

We hypothesized that dingoes, being of domestic origin, would be adaptable to anthropogenic resource subsidies and that their space use would be affected by the dispersion of those resources. We tested this by analyzing Resource Selection Functions (RSFs) developed from GPS fixes (locations) of dingoes in arid central Australia. Using Generalized Linear Mixed-effect Models (GLMMs), we investigated resource relationships for dingoes that had access to abundant food near mine facilities, and for those that did not. 1505.06311v1. Présentation. Les données personnelles et la vie privée (privacy) sont devenues un des sujets majeurs de l’ère numérique.

Présentation

Mais c’est un sujet complexe car il a deux faces. D’un côté, la multiplication des sources d’extraction de données personnelles et la montée en puissance de la capacité de les traiter et de les exploiter submergent aussi bien les individus que les autorités de régulation. D’un autre côté, services innovants et promesses de croissance fleurissent à l’ombre de ce Grand Dérangement numérique.

Repeatability & reproducibility: Implications of using GPS data for freight activity chains. Centre of Transport Development, Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering, University of Pretoria, South Africa Received 9 December 2014, Revised 10 March 2015, Accepted 11 March 2015, Available online 27 March 2015 Choose an option to locate/access this article: Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution Check access doi:10.1016/j.trb.2015.03.007.

Repeatability & reproducibility: Implications of using GPS data for freight activity chains

Public open space, physical activity, urban design and public health: Concepts, methods and research agenda. A McCaughey VicHealth Community Wellbeing Unit, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, VIC, Australiab Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne, VIC, Australiac Spatial Epidemiology and Evaluation Research Group, Sansom Institute for Health Research & School of Population Health, University of South Australia, Adelaide, SA, Australiad Prevention Research Center, Arnold School of Public Health, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USAe Behavioural Epidemiology Laboratory, Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute, Melbourne, VIC, Australia Received 21 October 2014, Revised 18 February 2015, Accepted 19 February 2015, Available online 19 March 2015 Choose an option to locate/access this article:

Public open space, physical activity, urban design and public health: Concepts, methods and research agenda

[1311.7676] Constructing Gazetteers from Volunteered Big Geo-Data Based on Hadoop. [1311.7676] Constructing Gazetteers from Volunteered Big Geo-Data Based on Hadoop. Spatio-temporal Approaches: Geographic Objects and Change Process - Hélène Mathian, Lena Sanders. INTRODUCTION ix 1.1.

Spatio-temporal Approaches: Geographic Objects and Change Process - Hélène Mathian, Lena Sanders

Different points of view on ontology 4 1.1.1. Defining ontology 4 1.1.2. 1.1.3. 1.1.4. 1.2. 1.2.1. FYP Editions - Editeur de la prospective et des questions de société. Le temps des humanités digitales.

FYP Editions - Editeur de la prospective et des questions de société

FYP Editions - Editeur de la prospective et des questions de société. Datavision² - David MCCANDLESS, Anna POSTEL. Une nouvelle cartographie pour un monde global - Les Echos. Kinects and human kinetics: A new approach for studying pedestrian behavior. A Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT), Giefinggasse 2, 1210 Vienna, Austriab MIT Senseable City Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), 77 Massachusetts Avenue, 02139 Cambridge, MA, USA Received 11 September 2012, Revised 30 May 2014, Accepted 14 August 2014, Available online 26 September 2014 Choose an option to locate/access this article: Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution Check access DOI: 10.1016/j.trc.2014.08.012 Get rights and content Highlights Low-cost data collection approach for studying pedestrian behavior with Kinects.

Kinects and human kinetics: A new approach for studying pedestrian behavior

The capturing area is scalable by tracking people over multiple Kinects. The trajectories measured in a real world setup have a high accuracy of 4 cm. We captured 2674 trajectories to calibrate and compare three Social Force models. Abstract Microscopic pedestrian simulation models can be used to investigate pedestrian movement at the urban block and building model scale. Tracking daily travel; Assessing discrepancies between GPS-derived and self-reported travel patterns. A Department of Planning, Policy, and Design, 300 Social Ecology I, University of California, Irvine, CA 92697-7075, United Statesb Transportation Science Graduate Program, University of California, Irvine, CA, United Statesc Sol Price School of Public Policy, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, United States Received 23 October 2013, Revised 5 June 2014, Accepted 18 August 2014, Available online 16 September 2014 Choose an option to locate/access this article: Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution Check access DOI: 10.1016/j.trc.2014.08.013.

Atlas of Design. Keep the children walking: active school travel in Tirana, Albania. Highlights One of very few school travel studies conducted in a non-western context. A unique case in Europe where an overwhelming majority of students (78.9%) walk to school, despite high traffic levels. Parental concerns over safety are mitigated by the fact that many children join friends for the home-school journey. The presence of a car in the family is the chief predictor of the likelihood that a child will be driven to school. Case studies of shipping along Arctic routes. Analysis and profitability perspectives for the container sector. Highlights Many models in the literature have been published to try and assess the profitability of shipping in the Arctic.

Their conclusions differ widely depending on the selected parameters. Des autoroutes maritimes polaires ? Analyse des stratégies des transporteurs maritimes dans l’Arctique. Journal of Spatial Information Science. Traces numériques : de la présence à l'oubli - Digital traces: from actual presence to oblivion. Les Livres. Geoprocessing with Python. Geospatial data is hard to ignore. Nearly every car, phone, or camera has a GPS sensor, and aerial photos, satellite imagery, and data representing political boundaries, roads, rivers, and streams are available for free download from many websites.

Geoprocessing is the science of reading, analyzing, and presenting geospatial data programmatically. The Python language, along with dozens of open source libraries and tools, makes it possible to take on professional geoprocessing tasks without investing in expensive proprietary packages like ArcGIS and MapInfo. Geoprocessing with Python teaches you how to use the Python programming language along with free and open source tools to read, write, and process geospatial data. You'll learn how to access available data sets to make maps or perform your own analyses using free and open source tools like the GDAL, Shapely, and Fiona Python modules.

Readers need a basic knowledge of Python or a similar programming language. Mining GPS data for mobility patterns: A survey. Abstract With the help of various positioning tools, individuals’ mobility behaviors are being continuously captured from mobile phones, wireless networking devices and GPS appliances. These mobility data serve as an important foundation for understanding individuals’ mobility behaviors.

Big Data & Society2053-9517, 2053-9517. We are pleased to announce that our ScholarOne manuscript submission platform is now open. Information and submission guidelines can be found here. The Journal's key purpose is to provide a space for connecting debates about the emerging field of Big Data practices and how they are reconfiguring academic, social, industry, business and government relations, expertise, methods, concepts and knowledge. BD&S moves beyond usual notions of Big Data and treats it as an emerging field of practices that is not defined by but generative of (sometimes) novel data qualities such as high volume and granularity and complex analytics such as data linking and mining.

Les techniques du tracking appliquées à la recherche sur le tourisme. Enjeux et perspectives. Borges, Carrol et la carte au 1/1. "Le monde n´existe que pour une carte" Environment and Planning B abstract. Verification Handbook: homepage. Livre: Le stage, Formation ou exploitation ?, Vincent de Briant, Dominique Glaymann, Presses universitaires de Rennes, Essais, 9782753526686. Le stage est devenu aujourd'hui une étape incontournable des parcours de formation et une condition d'obtention de la plupart des diplômes de l'enseignement supérieur. Un tel essor intéresse nombre d'acteurs de la formation et de l'emploi, mais aussi de chercheurs dans de nombreuses disciplines.

PostGIS Cookbook. Book and eBook expected January 2014. Pre-order now! eBook: $29.99 Formats: $5.00 save 83%! La Renaissance des communs. Visual Editions : Where You Are. Best of 2013: Guides and tutorials from Opensource.com. GIS chapter in ‘Introducing Human Geographies’ 10 December, 2013 There is something in the physical presence of book that is pleasurable. Receiving the copy of Introducing Human Geographies was special, as I have contributed a chapter about Geographic Information Systems to the ‘cartographies’ section.

It might be a response to Ron Johnston critique of Human Geography textbooks or a decision by the editors to extend the content of the book, but the book now contains three chapters that deal with maps and GIS. The contributions are the ‘Power of maps’ by Jeremy Crampton, a chapter about ‘Geographical information systems’ by me, and ‘Counter geographies’ by Wen Lin. To some extent, we’ve coordinated the writing, as this is a textbook for undergraduates in geography and we wanted to have a coherent message. Overall, you’ll notice a lot of references to participatory and collaborative mapping, with OpenStreetMap and PPGIS.net mentioned several times. The blog and podcast for a very different kind of Linux magazine.

Atlas des lieux maudits - O. Le Carrer. Walking and Mapping. Beyond Transparency. Un vent libertaire sur la géographie. Géographie et anarchisme sont historiquement reliés par une histoire peu connue mais essentielle qui remonte à la seconde moitié du XIXe siècle et implique des géographes comme Elisée Reclus et Pierre Kropotkine qui furent également des militants et des penseurs anarchistes de premier plan. Avec d’autres géographes anarchistes, comme Léon Metchnikoff, Charles Perron ou Mikhail Dragomanov, ils ont participé à la constitution du mouvement anarchiste au cours des années 1880 en Europe, à l’issue de la décomposition de la première Association internationale des travailleurs. Cette convergence n’est pas une coïncidence car la théorie et la pratique anarchistes offrent des points communs avec la géographie, sans que l’une ne soit inféodée à l’autre. Ces géographes ont vu dans l’espace et l’aspiration communaliste ou fédéraliste des leviers pour l’émancipation tant individuelle que collective.

La sensibilité des géographes anarchistes à l’espace et aux milieux correspond à leur expérience. Collection des thèses et mémoires électroniques de l’Université Laval. Free Ebook: Online GIS - Meet the Cloud Publication Platforms that Will Revolutionize our Industry. The FLOSS Manuals Foundation. Ubiquity Press ]u[ This is the Hand Drawn Map Association : From Here to There: A Curious Collection from the HDMA. Written by HDMA founder Kris Harzinski, From Here to There: A Curious Collection from the Hand Drawn Map Association features an exclusive collection of more than 140 maps.

About the Book The situation is as familiar as it is mundane: planning to visit friends in an unfamiliar part of the city, you draw yourself a basic map with detailed directions.