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Book Chapters

  • Wang, J., CHENG, T., Haworth, J. (2012). Space-time kernels. In Shi, W., Goodchild, M., Lees, B. (Eds.). Advances in geospatial information science ( ). Leiden, NL: CRC Press.
  • Skarlatidou, A., Wardlaw, J., Haklay, M., 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 ( pp.219-238). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
  • CHENG, T., Anbaroglu, B. (2010). Spatio-temporal clustering of road network data. In Deng, H., Wang, L., Wang, F. L., Lei, J. (Eds.). Artificial Intelligence and Computational Intelligence ( pp.116-123). New York: Springer-Verlag New York Inc. Publisher URL
  • Cheng, T., Li, Z., Gong, J. (2008). An activity-based spatio-temporal data model for epidemic transmission analysis. In Tang, X., Liu, Y., Zhang, J., Kainz, W. (Eds.). Advances in Spatio-Temporal Analysis ( pp.135-146). Taylor & Francis.
  • Cheng, T., Molenaar, M., Stein, A. (2008). Fuzzy approach for integrated coastal zone management. In Yang, X. (Ed.). Remote Sensing and GIS for Coastal Ecosystem Assessment and Management: Principles and Application (1 ed. pp.67-90). Berlin, Germany: Springer-Verlag.
  • CHENG, T., Wang, J. (2007). Application of a dynamic recurrent neural network in spatio-temporal forecasting. In Popovich, V. V., Schrenk, M., Korolenko, K. V. (Eds.). Information fusion and geographic information systems ( pp.173-186). Berlin: Springer Verlag.
  • CHENG, T., Li, Z., Li, D., Li, D. (2006). An integrated cloud model for measurement errors and fuzziness. In Riedl, A., Kainz, W., Elmes, G. A. (Eds.). Progress in Spatial Data Handling ( pp.699-718). Springer Verlag.
  • Cheng, T. (2005). Modelling and visualising linear and cyclic Changes. In Fisher, P., Unwin, D. (Eds.). Re-Presenting GIS ( pp.205-213). John Wiley & Son.
  • CHENG, T., Fisher, P., Li, Z. (2005). Double vagueness: effect of scale on the modelling of fuzzy spatial objects. In Fisher, P. F. (Ed.). Developments in spatial data handling ( pp.299-313). Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
  • Fisher, P., Wood, J., Cheng, T. (2005). Fuzziness and ambiguity in multi-scale analysis of landscape morphometry. In Cobb, M., Petry, F., Robinson, V. (Eds.). Fuzzy Modeling with Spatial Information for Geographic Problems ( pp.209-232). New York: Springer.
  • Raper, J., Miller, H., Guhathakurta, S., Muetzelfeldt, R., Cheng, T. (2005). Time as well: an introduction. In Fisher, P., Unwin, D. (Eds.). Re-Presenting GIS ( pp.195-198). John Wiley & Sons.
  • CHENG, T., Molenaar, M., Bouloucos, T. (1997). Identification of fuzzy objects from field observation data. In Hirtle, S. C., Frank, A. U. (Eds.). Spatial information theory ( pp.241-259). Springer Verlag. 

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