Ellen-Wien Augustijn
Ellen-Wien Augustijn
university of Twente, the Netherlands
Verified email at utwente.nl
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The SCS/ARS/CES pesticide properties database for environmental decision-making
RD Wauchope, TM Buttler, AG Hornsby, PWM Augustijn-Beckers, JP Burt
Reviews of environmental contamination and toxicology, 1-155, 1992
The SCS/ARS/CES pesticide properties database for environmental decision-making. II. Additional compounds
PWM Augustijn-Beckers, AG Hornsby, RD Wauchope
Reviews of environmental contamination and toxicology, 1-82, 1994
Simulating informal settlement growth in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: An agent-based housing model
EW Augustijn-Beckers, J Flacke, B Retsios
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 35 (2), 93-103, 2011
Investigating the effect of different pre-evacuation behavior and exit choice strategies using agent-based modeling
EW Augustijn-Beckers, J Flacke, B Retsios
Procedia Engineering 3, 23-35, 2010
Spatial dependency of cholera prevalence on potential cholera reservoirs in an urban area, Kumasi, Ghana
FB Osei, AA Duker, EW Augustijn, A Stein
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 12 (5 …, 2010
Exploring spatiotemporal phenological patterns and trajectories using self-organizing maps
R Zurita-Milla, JAE Van Gijsel, NAS Hamm, PWM Augustijn, A Vrieling
IEEE Transactions on geoscience and remote sensing 51 (4), 1914-1921, 2012
Self-organizing maps as an approach to exploring spatiotemporal diffusion patterns
EW Augustijn, R Zurita-Milla
International journal of health geographics 12 (1), 60, 2013
Quantifying the spatial implications of future land use policies in South Africa
A Le Roux, PWM Augustijn
South African geographical journal 99 (1), 29-51, 2017
Risk perception and behavioral change during epidemics: Comparing models of individual and collective learning
SA Abdulkareem, EW Augustijn, T Filatova, K Musial, YT Mustafa
PloS one 15 (1), e0226483, 2020
Bayesian networks for spatial learning: a workflow on using limited survey data for intelligent learning in spatial agent-based models
SA Abdulkareem, YT Mustafa, EW Augustijn, T Filatova
Geoinformatica 23 (2), 243-268, 2019
Intelligent judgements over health risks in a spatial agent-based model
SA Abdulkareem, EW Augustijn, YT Mustafa, T Filatova
International journal of health geographics 17 (1), 8, 2018
Geospatial analysis of HIV-Related social stigma: a study of tested females across mandals of Andhra Pradesh in India
R Kandwal, EW Augustijn, A Stein, G Miscione, PK Garg, RD Garg
International journal of health geographics 9 (1), 18, 2010
Agent-based modelling of cholera diffusion
EW Augustijn, T Doldersum, J Useya, D Augustijn
Stochastic environmental research and risk assessment 30 (8), 2079-2095, 2016
Simulation of cholera diffusion to compare transmission mechanisms
E Augustijn-Beckers, J Useya, R Zurita-Milla, F Osei
Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Geocomputation, 39-42, 2011
Checking the consistency of volunteered phenological observations while analysing their synchrony
H Mehdipoor, R Zurita-Milla, EW Augustijn, AJH Van Vliet
ISPRS international journal of geo-information 7 (12), 487, 2018
Integrating Spatial Intelligence for risk perception in an Agent Based Disease Model
SA Abdulkareem, EW Augustijn, YT Mustafa, T Filatova
GeoComputation, 1-7, 2017
Explorative research of methods for discrete space/time simulation integrated with the event-based approach and agent concept
Y Zhou, R de By, EW Augustijn
Geoinformatics 2006: Geospatial Information Technology 6421, 64211D, 2006
The living textbook: Towards a new way of teaching geo-science
EW Augustijn, R Lemmens, MJ Verkroost, S Ronzhin, N Walsh
Agile, Lund, Sweden, 2018
Explorative research on methods for discrete space
Proceedings of SPIE, the International Society for Optical Engineering …, 2006
Teaching Agent-Based Modelling and Machine Learning in an integrated way
EW Augustijn, O Kounadi, T Kuznecova, R Zurita-Milla
The University of Auckland, 2019
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