Katarzyna Sila-Nowicka
Katarzyna Sila-Nowicka
Senior Lecturer in GIScience
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Analysis of human mobility patterns from GPS trajectories and contextual information
K Siła-Nowicka, J Vandrol, T Oshan, JA Long, U Demšar, ...
International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 1-26, 2015
Applying human mobility and water consumption data for short-term water demand forecasting using classical and machine learning models
K Smolak, B Kasieczka, W Fialkiewicz, W Rohm, K Siła-Nowicka, ...
Urban Water Journal 17 (1), 32-42, 2020
: Older learning engagement in the modern city
C Lido, M Osborne, M Livingston, P Thakuriah, K Sila-Nowicka
Fresh Perspectives on Later Life Learning, 18-36, 2018
Establishing the integrated science of movement: bringing together concepts and methods from animal and human movement analysis
U Demšar, JA Long, F Benitez-Paez, V Brum Bastos, S Marion, G Martin, ...
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 35 (7), 1273-1308, 2021
Calibrating spatial interaction models from GPS tracking data: An example of retail behaviour
K Siła-Nowicka, AS Fotheringham
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 74, 136-150, 2019
Exploring spatiotemporal dynamics of urban fires: A case of Nanjing, China
X Zhang, J Yao, K Sila-Nowicka
ISPRS international journal of geo-information 7 (1), 7, 2018
Urban fire dynamics and its association with urban growth: Evidence from Nanjing, China
X Zhang, J Yao, K Sila-Nowicka, Y Jin
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 9 (4), 218, 2020
Integrated Multimedia City Data (iMCD): A composite survey and sensing approach to understanding urban living and mobility
PV Thakuriah, K Sila-Nowicka, J Hong, C Boididou, M Osborne, C Lido, ...
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 80, 101427, 2020
Multi-sensor movement analysis for transport safety and health applications
K Sila-Nowicka, P Thakuriah
Plos one 14 (1), e0210090, 2019
Population mobility modelling for mobility data simulation
K Smolak, W Rohm, K Knop, K Siła-Nowicka
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 84, 101526, 2020
Sensing spatiotemporal patterns in urban areas: analytics and visualizations using the integrated multimedia city data platform
K Sila-Nowicka, JG Paule
Built Environment 42 (3), 415-429, 2016
The trade-off between privacy and geographic data resolution. A case of GPS trajectories combined with the social survey results
K Sila-Nowicka, P Thakuriah
The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial …, 2016
The impact of human mobility data scales and processing on movement predictability
K Smolak, K Siła-Nowicka, JC Delvenne, M Wierzbiński, W Rohm
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 15177, 2021
Is the popularity of social networking services beneficial for public health? Focusing on active travel and BMI
J Hong, K Sila-Nowicka, DP McArthur
Journal of Transport & Health 11, 183-192, 2018
Geographic concentration of industries in Jiangsu, China: a spatial point pattern analysis using micro-geographic data
X Zhang, J Yao, K Sila-Nowicka, C Song
The Annals of Regional Science 66, 439-461, 2021
Changes of forestland in China's coastal areas (1996-2015): Regional variations and driving forces
X Zhang, J Yao, J Wang, K Sila-Nowicka
Land use policy 99, 105018, 2020
Integrated science of movement
U Demšar, JA Long, K Siła-Nowicka
Journal of Spatial Information Science 21, 25-31, 2020
Driving forces of population change following the Canterbury Earthquake Sequence, New Zealand: A multiscale geographically weighted regression approach
J Colbert, K Sila‐Nowicka, J Yao
Population, Space and Place 28 (8), e2583, 2022
Urban hourly water demand prediction using human mobility data
K Smolak, B Kasieczka, K Siła-Nowicka, K Kopańczyk, W Rohm, ...
2018 IEEE/ACM 5th International Conference on Big Data Computing …, 2018
Analysis of actual versus permitted driving speed: a case study from Glasgow, Scotland
K Siła-Nowicka
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