List of publications

Please note – many of my publications are available on the UCL Eprints repository .  If a specific paper is not available, please contact me.

Books:

Haklay, M. (ed.), 2010, Interacting with Geospatial technologies , John Wiley & Sons, Chichester

Haklay, M., Morley, J., and Rahemtulla, H.(Eds.), 2010, Proceedings of the GIS Research UK 18th Annual Conference GISRUK 2010, UCL, London.

Book Chapters:

Haklay, M., 2013, Citizen Science and Volunteered Geographic Information – overview and typology of participation in Sui, D.Z., Elwood, S. and M.F. Goodchild (eds.), 2013. Crowdsourcing Geographic Knowledge. Berlin: Springer. pp. 105-122

Ellul, C., Gupta. S., Haklay, M. and Bryson, K., 2013, A Platform for Location Based App Development for Citizen Science and Community Mapping in Krisp, J. M. (Ed.) Progress in Location-Based Services Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography, Springer, Berlin pp 71-90

Ellul, C., Francis, L., and Haklay, M., 2012, Engaging with local communities: A review of three years of community mapping. Urban and Regional Data Management, UDMS Annual 2011 – Proceedings of the Urban Data Management Society Symposium pp. 165 – 177

Skarlatidou, A., Wardlaw, J., Haklay, M., and Cheng, T., 2011, Understanding the influence of specific Web GIS attributes in the formation of non-experts’ trust perceptions, in Ruas, A. (Ed.) Advances in Cartography and GIScience, Volume 1 Selection from ICC 2011, Paris Springer, Berlin. pp. 219-238

Haklay, M. And Jones, C., 2010, Comment on Guelke’s ‘Cartographic Communication and geographic understanding’, in Dodge, M. (Ed.), Classics in Cartography – Reflections on Influential Articles from Cartographica, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester.

Haklay, M., and Skarlatidou, A., 2010, Human-computer interaction and geospatial technologies – context, in Haklay, M. (ed.) Interacting with Geospatial Technologies,  John Wiley & Sons, Chichester. pp. 3-18

Haklay, M., 2010, Computer-mediated communication, collaboration and groupware, in Haklay, M. (ed.) Interacting with Geospatial Technologies, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester. pp. 67-87.
Haklay, M., and Nivala, A-M, 2010, User-centred design, in Haklay, M. (ed.) Interacting with Geospatial Technologies, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester. pp. 91-106.

Haklay, M., Skarlatidou, A., and Tobon, C., 2010, Usability Engineering, in Haklay, M. (ed.) Interacting with Geospatial Technologies, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester. pp. 107-123.

Marsh, S.L., and Haklay, M., 2010, Evaluation and deployment, in Haklay, M. (ed.) Interacting with Geospatial Technologies, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester. pp. 199-221.

Haklay, M. And Li, C., 2010, Single user environments: desktop to mobile, in Haklay, M. (ed.) Interacting with Geospatial Technologies, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester. pp. 223-243.

Ellul C, Rahemtulla H and Haklay M, 2009, Beyond the Internet – Increasing Participation in Community Events by Text Messaging, in: Krek, A, Rumor, M, Zlatanova, S and Fendel E.M (eds) Urban and Regional Data Management: UDMS 2009 Annual, CRC Press, London. Pp. 409-420.

Haklay, M., 2008, Open Source Geospatial Foundation, in Kemp, K. K. (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of Geographic Information Science, Sage, Thousand Oaks. pp. 330-331

Haklay, M., 2007, Comparing Map Calculus and Map Algebra in Dynamic GIS, in Drummond, J., Billen, R., Forrest, D. and João, E. (eds),Dynamic & Mobile GIS: Investigating Change in Space and Time . Taylor & Francis. pp. 89-104

Haklay, M., 2006, Usability Dimensions in Collaborative GIS, in . S. Dragicevic and S. Balram (Eds.) Collaborative Geographical Information Systems. Idea group. pp. 24-42

Lloyd, D., Haklay, M., Thurstain-Goodwin M., and Tobón, C., 2003, Visualising Structure in New Data Systems, in: Advanced Spatial Analysis, Longley, P. and Batty, M. (Eds.) ESRI Press Redland. pp. 267-286

Tobón, C., and Haklay, M., 2003, Usability and GIS: Towards a User-Centred Design of GIS Applications, in: Advanced Spatial Analysis, Longley, P. and Batty, M. (Eds.) ESRI Press Redland. pp. 391-405

Batty, M., Chapman, D., Evans, S., Haklay, M., Kueppers, S., Shiode, N., Smith, A., Torrens, P. M., 2001, Visualizing the City: Communicating Urban Design to Planners and Decision-Makers, in Planning Support Systems, Models and Visualization Tools, Brail, R. K., Klosterman, R. E. (Eds.), ESRI Press / Center for Urban Policy Research Press, Redland. pp. 405-443.

Haklay, M., 2001, Virtual Reality and Geographical Information Systems: Analysis and trends, in Virtual Reality and Geography, Fisher, P. and Unwin, D. (Eds.), Taylor and Francis, London. pp. 47-57.

Brodlie, K., Dykes, J., Gillings, M., Haklay, M.E., Kitchin, R., and Kraak, M-J., 2002, Geography in VR: Context, in: Virtual Reality and Geography, Fisher, P. and Unwin, D. (Eds.), Taylor and Francis, London. pp. 7-17.

Boott, R., Haklay, M., Heppell, K. and Morley, J., 2001, The Use of GIS in Brownfield Redevelopment in Innovations in GIS 8: Spatial Information and the Environment, Halls, P. (Ed.), Taylor and Francis, London. pp. 241-258.

Journal Articles

Becker, M., Caminiti, S., Fiorella, D., Francis, L., Gravino, P., Haklay, M., Hotho, A., Loreto, V., Mueller, J., Ricchiuti, F., Servedio, V. DP., Sîrbu, A., and Tria F., Awareness and learning in Participatory Noise Sensing. PLoS One 8(12):e81638

Skarlatidou, A., Cheng, T. and Haklay, M., 2013, Guidelines for trust interface design for public engagement Web GIS. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 27(8):1668-1687.

Brown, M., Sharples,  S., Harding, J., Parker, C.J. ,Bearman, N., Maguire, M., Forrest, D, Haklay, M. and Jackson, M., 2013, Usability of Geographic Information: Current challenges and future directions. Applied Ergonomics 44(6):855-865

Haklay, M. ,2013 ,Neogeography and the delusion of democratisation, Environment and Planning A, 45(1):55-69

Buckingham Shum, S., Aberer, K., Schmidt, A., Bishop, S., Lukowicz, P., Anderson, S., Charalabidis, Y., Domingue, J., de Freitas, S., Dunwell, I., Edmonds, B., Grey, F., Haklay, M., Jelasity, M., Karpištšenko, A., Kohlhammer, J., Lewis, J., Pitt, J., Sumner, R., and Helbing, D., 2012, Towards a global participatory platform, The European Physical Journal Special Topics, 214(1) 109-152

Haklay, M., 2012, Geographic information science: tribe, badge and sub-discipline, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, NS 37, 477-481

Skarlatidou, A., Cheng, T. and Haklay, M., 2012, What Do Lay People Want to Know About the Disposal of Nuclear Waste? A Mental Model Approach to the Design and Development of an Online Risk Communication. Risk Analysis 32(9), 1496-511

Koukoletsos, T., Haklay, M., and Ellul, C., 2012, Assessing Data Completeness of VGI through an Automated Matching Procedure for Linear Data, Transactions in GIS, 16(4), 478 – 498

Paskins, J.O., Bell, S., Croxford, B., Haklay, M., and Julier, S., 2012, Crossing disciplines to address urban sustainability, Sustainability: the journal of record, 5(1), 34 – 37

Skarlatidou, A., Haklay, M., and Cheng, T., 2011, Trust in Web GIS: the role of the trustee attributes in the design of trustworthy Web GIS applications, International Journal of Geographical Information Science 25(12). 1913-1930

Doron, U., Teh, T.-H., Haklay, M. And Bell, S., 2011, Public engagement with water conservation in London, Water and Environment Journal. 25(4), 555-562

Haklay, M., Basiouka, S., Antoniou, V., Ather, A, 2010, How Many Volunteers Does It Take To Map An Area Well? The Cartographic Journal 47(4), 315-322

Griffiths, S., Jones, C. E., Vaughan, L. and Haklay, M. (2010) ‘The persistence of suburban centres in Greater London: combining Conzenian and space syntax approaches’, Urban Morphology.

Vaughan, L. and Jones, C.E. and Griffiths, S. and Haklay, M. (2010) The spatial signature of suburban town centres. The Journal of Space Syntax, 1(1), 77-91.

Haklay, M., 2010, The end of the ‘ARC/INFO driving licence’ era (editorial), Cartographica 45(2), 85-88

Antoniou, B., Haklay, M., and Morley, J., 2010, Web 2.0 geotagged photos: Assessing the spatial dimension of the phenomenon, Geomatica (special issue on VGI), 64(1), 99-110

Haklay, M., 2010, How good is OpenStreetMap information? A comparative study of OpenStreetMap and Ordnance Survey datasets for London and the rest of England, Environment and Planning B, 37(4) 682 – 703

Griffiths, S., Vaughan, L., Haklay, M. and Jones, C. E, 2009, Do suburbs exist? Towards a historical-geographical theory of suburban space, Transaction of the IBG, 34(4) 475-488

Jones, C. E, Haklay. M, Griffiths, S. And Vaughan, L., 2009, A less-is-more approach to geovisualization – enhancing knowledge construction across multidisciplinary teams, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 23(8) 1077-1093

Haklay, M. And Weber, P., 2008, OpenStreetMap – User Generated Street Map, IEEE Pervasive Computing. October-December 2008, pp. 12-18.

Rahemtulla, H.A., Haklay, M., Longley, P.A., 2008, A Mobile Spatial Messaging Service for a Grassroots Environmental Network, Journal of location based services.2(2) 122-152

Haklay, M., Singleton, A., and Parker, C., 2008, Web mapping 2.0: the Neogeography of the Geoweb, Geography Compass 3, pp. 2011-2039, doi: 10.1111/j.1749-8198.2008.00167.x

Griffiths, S., Vaughan, L., Haklay, M. and Jones, C. E., 2008, The Sustainable Suburban High Street: Themes and Approaches, Geography Compass. 2 DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-8198.2008.00117.x

Haklay, M., and Zafiri, A., 2008, Usability Engineering for GIS: Learning From A Screenshot , The Cartographic Journal, 45(2) 87-97.

Griffiths, S., Vaughan, L., Haklay, M. and Jones, C. E., 2008, The Sustainable Suburban High Street: Themes and Approaches, Geography Compass. 2 DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-8198.2008.00117.x

Ellul, C. and Haklay, M., 2006, Requirements for Topology in 3D GIS, Transactions in GIS,10(2) 157-175

Vaughan, L., Chatford Clark, D.L., Sahbaz, O., and Haklay, M., 2005, Space and Exclusion: Does urban morphology play a part in social deprivation?, Area, 37(4), 402-412

Haklay, M., 2004, Map Calculus in GIS: a proposal and demonstration, International Journal of Geographical Information Science (IJGIS) ,18(1), 107-125

Haklay, M. and Tobón, C., 2003, Usability Engineering and PPGIS: Towards a User-Centred Approach, International Journal of Geographical Information Science (IJGIS), 17(6), 577-592

Haklay, M., 2003, Public Access to Environmental Information: Past, Present and Future, Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 27, 163-180

Harrison, C.M. and Haklay, M., 2002, The Potential for Public Participation GIS in UK Environmental Planning: Appraisals by Active Publics, International Journal of Environmental Planning and Management (JEPM), 45(6), 841-863

Haklay, M., 2002, Public Environmental Information – Understanding Requirements and Patterns of Likely Public Use, Area 34(1), 17-28

Haklay, M., O’Sullivan, D., Thurstain-Goodwin M. and Schelhorn, T., 2001, “So go down town”: Simulating Pedestrian Movement in Town Centres, Environment and Planning B, 28(3), 343-359.

O’Sullivan, D., and Haklay, M., 2000, Agent-based models and individualism: is the world agent-based? , Environment and Planning A 32(8), 1409-1425.

Haklay, M., Feitelson, E., and Doytsher, Y.,1998, The Potential of a GIS-Based Scoping System: an Israeli Proposal and Case Study, Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 18(5), 439-459.

PhD Thesis

Haklay, M., 2002, Public Environmental Information Systems: Challenges and Perspectives, Department of Geography, University College London.

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