Publications

  • Yiqun Chen, Abbas Rajabifard, & Jennifer Day. (2017). An Advanced Web API for Isochrones Calculation Using OpenStreetMap Data. In Geertman, S., Allan, A., Pettit, C., Stillwell, J.(Eds.), Planning Support Science for Smarter Urban Futures (pp. 185-205). Springer.
  • Jennifer Day, Yiqun Chen, Peter D. Ellis and Mark Roberts (2017). A Free, Open Source Tool for Identifying Urban Agglomerations using Polygon Data, Environment Systems and Decisions, 37-1, pp 68–87. DOI: 10.1007/s10669-017-9623-z
  • Jennifer Day, Yiqun Chen (forthcoming 2017). The Extents of China’s Seven Giant City-Regions: Demonstration of a Free, Open-Source Software Tool for Identifying and Distinguishing Metropolitan Regions, Healthy Future Cities, Tsinghua Press.
  • Loshaka Perera, Russell G. Thompson, Yiqun Chen (2017). Understanding Road Freight Movements In Melbourne, The 10th International Conference on City Logistics, 14-16 June 2017, Phuket, Thailand.
  • Alireza Kashian, Abbas Rajabifard, Yiqun Chen, Kai-Florian Richter (2017). OSM POI Analyzer: A Platform For Assessing Position Of Pois In Openstreetmap. International Symposium on Spatial Data Quality (ISSDQ) 2017 – ISPRS Geospatial Week 2017, Wuhan, China, 19-20 Sept 2017
  • Yiqun Chen, Abbas Rajabifard, Geoff Spring, Judy Gouldbourn, Gerald Francis Griffin, David John Williams. (2016). The Impact of Spatial Enablement and Visualization on Business Enterprise Databases – What your data have been trying to tell you. In Coleman, D., Rajabifard, A.,Crompvoets., J. (Eds.), Spatial Enablement in a Smart World (pp.155-171). GSDI ASSOCIATION PRESS.
  • Alireza Kashian, Abbas Rajabifard, Kai-Florian Richter, Yiqun Chen (2016), “Mining the Co-existence of POIs in OpenStreetMap for Faulty Entry Detection”, Locate16 Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 12-14 April, 2016.
  • Abbas Rajabifard, Russell G. Thompson and Yiqun Chen (2015). “An intelligent disaster decision support system for increasing the sustainability of transport networks“, Natural Resources Forum 39, 83-96. (DOI: 10.1111/1477-8947.12070).
  • Jennifer Day, Yiqun Chen, Peter Ellis & Mark Roberts (2015). “A Free, Open-Source Tool for Identifying Urban Agglomerations using Point Data“, Spatial Economic Analysis (DOI: 10.1080/17421772.2016.1102957).
  • Muhammad H. Rahman, Mehmet Ulubasoglu, Prasad Bhattacharya, Yiqun Chen, Mohsen Kalantari, Katie E. Potts and Abbas Rajabifard (2015). “Climate Variability, Natural Disasters and Sectoral Economic Growth: Evidence from Australia”, Australian Conference of Economists (ACE 2015), Brisbane, Australia, 7-10 July, 2015.
  • Muhammad H. Rahman, Yiqun Chen, Abbas Rajabifard, Mehmet Ulubasoglu, Mohsen Kalantari, Prasad Bhattacharya and Katie E. Potts (2015). “Bringing Hazard and Economic Modellers Together: A Spatial Platform for Damage and Losses Visualisation”, Annual Conference of the Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council (AFAC 2015), Adelaide, Australia, 1-3 Sept, 2015
  • Abbas Rajabifard, Russell G. Thompson, Arash Kaviani, Ged Griffin and Yiqun Chen (2015). “A decision support system for improving the management of traffic networks during disasters”, 37th Australasian Transport Research Forum (ATRF 2015), Sydney, Australia, 30 Sept – 2 Oct, 2015.
  • Sophie Sturup, Jennifer Day, Yiqun Chen, Amy Wu, Matthew Budahazy (2015). “Clustering Policy Effects on Industrial Agglomerations: A Spatial Study of Industrial Growth in Melbourne”, State of Australian Cities Conference (SOAC 2015), Gold Coast, Australia, 9-11 December, 2015.
  • Russell Thompson, Yiqun Chen and Abbas Rajabifard (2014). “Understanding the impacts of severe storms and floods on the Victorian road network”. The Australian & New Zealand Management Conference (ANZDEM 2014), Gold Coast, Australia, May 2014.
  • Jennifer Day, Sophie Sturup, Yiqun Chen and Matt Budahazy (2014). “An Open-Source Tool for Identifying Industry Clusters: A Demonstration in the Northwest Corridor of Melbourne, Australia.” Australian Regional Development Conference, Albury, 15-17 October.
  • Jennifer Day, Sophie Sturup, and Yiqun Chen (2013). “Chapter 6: An Open-source Tool for Identifying Industrial Clusters in a Data-Poor Environment”, in Rahabifard, A., Eagleson, S. (Eds) “Spatial Data Access And Integration to Support Liveability”, 2013, CSDILA, The University of Melbourne.
  • Jennifer Day, Sophie Sturup, and Yiqun Chen (2013). “An Open-source Tool for Identifying Industrial Clusters in a Data-Poor Environment”, State of Australian Cities Conference, Sydney, Australia, November 2013.
  • Jennifer Day, Sophie Sturup, and Yiqun Chen (2013). “An Open-Source Tool for Identifying Industrial Clusters in a Data-Poor Environment: The Case of Australia.” AESOP-ACSP Joint Congress, Dublin, 15-19 July.
  • Margalit Levin, Yiqun Chen. “TOWARD A GREATER UNDERSTANDING OF FOOD ACCESS IN MELBOURNE”, State of Australian Cities Conference, Sydney, Australia, November 2013.
  • Yiqun Chen, Ian D. Bishop. “SIMULATING VISITORS RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES IN A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT”, IASTED 2011 Conference, Calgary, Canada, July 2011.
  • Yiqun Chen, Ian D. Bishop. “iSurv: Using iPhone to Collect Visitor Data for Behaviour Simulation System”, CUPUM 2011 Conference, Calgary, Canada, July 2011.
  • Yiqun Chen, Qunxiong Zhu. “Application of Cortona ActiveX to development of a virtual reality system” The Journal of Beijing University of Chemical Technology. 2005, 32(5): 102-105.
  • Qunxiong Zhu, Jamal Abourgigah, Yiqun Chen. “On Web-VRGIS and its application” International Symposium on Computer Science and Technology. 2005, Ningbo. P. R. China.
  • Yun Cong, Qunxiong Zhu, and Yiqun Chen. “Virtual reality modeling platform based on VRML and its applications” Journal of Jilin University (Engineering and Technology Edition). 2004, Z1:41-45.
  • Translated chapter 3,4,5 of《System Analysis and Design Tutorial》(ISBN 7-5053-9085-6), the 5th edition, published by China Machine Press, April 2004.
  • Translated chapter 3,4 of《System Analysis and Design》(ISBN 7-111-13863-5), the 2nd edition, published by Publishing House of Electronics Industry, September 2003.

 

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