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Improving institutional address data with volunteered geographic information

Project leader: Prof Serena Coetzee
StudentsNoh Tewolde, Daniel Sebake, Shazia Vawda, Nicole Govender, Heinrich van den Berg
Duration: 2010-2012

Publications:
Malete Daniel Sebake and Serena Coetzee. Results of three case studies for assessing motivators and barriers of address data sharing in South Africa. South African Journal of Geomatics, 1(1), January 2012.

Serena Coetzee. Reference model for a data grid approach to address data in a dynamic SDI. Geoinformatica, (2012) 16:111-129, DOI: 10.1007/s10707-011-0129-4.

Serena Coetzee, Antony K Cooper and Jeofrey Ditsela, Towards good principles for the design of a national address assignment scheme. 25th International Cartographic Conference (ICC), Paris, France, 3-8 July 2011.

Daniel Sebake and Serena Coetzee. On motivators and barriers of interorganizational GIS data sharing for address organizations in a South African SDI. AfricaGEO 2011, Cape Town, South Africa, 31 May-2 June.

Jeofrey Ditsela, Serena Coetzee and Antony K Cooper. Proposed criteria for the evaluation of an address assignment scheme in Botswana, AfricaGEO 2011, Cape Town, South Africa, 31 May-2 June.

Heinrich van den Berg, Serena Coetzee and Antony K Cooper. Analysing commons to improve the design of volunteered geographic information repositories, AfricaGEO 2011, Cape Town, South Africa, 31 May-2 June.