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Conference Papers

  • Haworth, J., Cheng, T., Manley, E. Improving forecasting under missing data on sparse spatial networks. Author URL Publisher URL
  • Haworth, J., Cheng, T., Manley, E. Improving forecasting under missing data on sparse spatial networks. International Conference of GeoComputation2013Author URLPublisher URL
  • Manley, E., Cheng, T., Haworth, J. Markov Chain Topological Route Selection.International Conference of GeoComputation2013Author URL Publisher URL
  • Skarlatidou, A., Haklay, M., Cheng, T., Bolbol, A. Investigating non-experts trust perceptions in Spatial Decision Support Systems for public use. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting
  • Cheng, T., Adepejue, M. (2013). Detecting Emerging Space-Time Crime Patterns by Prospective STSS. International Conference of GeoComputation. Author URL Publisher URL
  • Bolbol, A., CHENG, T., Tsapakis, I. (2012). Inferring the travel mode from sparse GPS data using SVM classification: Case study of Greater London. Conference of Transportation Research Arena. [Submitted]
  • Bolbol, A., Tsapakis, I., Cheng, T., Chow, A. H. F. (2012). Sample Size Calculation for Studying Transportation Modes from GPS Data. Transport Research Arena. [Submitted]
  • Chow, A. H. F., Santecreu, A., Tsapakis, I., Tanaksaranond, G., CHENG, T. (2012). Nature and causes of urban traffic congestion - a case study of London. Transportation Research Board 91st Annual Meeting. [Accepted]
  • Tsapakis, I., Turner, J. T., CHENG, T., Heydecker, B., Emmonds, A. E., Bolbol, A. B. (2012). Effects of tube strikes on journey times in transport network of London. Transportation Research Board 91st Annual Meeting. [Submitted]
  • Tsapakis, I., Turner, J., Heydecker, B., CHENG, T. (2012). Understanding the effects of tube strikes on macroscopic and link travel times. Conference of Transportation Arena. [Submitted]
  • Anbaroglu, B., CHENG, T. (2011). Where and when does the traffic congestion begin and end? A spatio-temporal clustering approach to detect congestion. Proceedings of the international symposium on spatial-temporal analysis and data mining. ( pp.11-13). London, UK: University College London.
  • Bolbol, A., CHENG, T., Haworth, J. (2011). Using a moving window SVM classification to infer travel mode from GPS data. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on GeoComputation. ( pp.262-270).
  • CHENG, T., Haworth, J., Shawe-Taylor, J. (2011). Kernel regression for traffic prediction under missing data. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on GeoComputation. ( pp.280-284). London, UK: University College London.
  • CHENG, T., Skarlatidou, A., Wardlaw, J., Haklay, M. (2011). Understanding the influence of specific Web GIS attributes in the formation of non-experts’ trust perceptions. Proceedings of the 25th International Cartographic Conference.
  • CHENG, T., Wang, J., Haworth, J., Heydecker, B., Chow, A. (2011). Modelling dynamic space-time autocorrelations of urban transport network. Proceedings of the 11th international conference on GeoComputation. ( pp.215-220). London, UK: University College London.
  • Manley, E., CHENG, T. (2011). Multi-agent simulation of drivers reactions to unexpected incidents on urban road networks. Proceedings of the 19th annual conference of GIS Research UK (GISRUK 2011).. ( pp.280-285).
  • Manley, E., CHENG, T., Emmonds, A. (2011). Understanding route choice by using agent-based simulation. Proceedings of the 11th international conference on GeoComputation. ( pp.54-58). London, UK: University College London.
  • Tanaksaranond, G., CHENG, T., Chow, A. (2011). A star-schema OLAP to support multi-dimensional traffic analysis. Proceedings of the international symposium on spatial-temporal analysis and data mining. ( pp.50-52). London, UK: University College London. [Accepted]
  • Wang, J., CHENG, T., Heydecker, B., Chow, A. (2011). Parameter calibration of STARIMA model. Proceedings of the international symposium on spatial-temporal analysis and data mining. ( pp.1-4). London, UK: University College London.
  • Bolbol, A., CHENG, T. (2010). GPS data collection setting for pedestrian activity modelling. Proceedings of the 18th Annual Conference of GIS Research UK. ( pp.337-344).
  • Bolbol, A., CHENG, T. (2010). On-line travel diary: towards automatic travel behaviour detection. ISPRS Proceedings.
  • Cao, Z., Haklay, M., Cheng, T. (2010). IDW implementation in Map calculus and commercial GIS products. Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on Spatial Accuracy Assessment in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences. ( pp.141-144).
  • CHENG, T., Anbaroglu, B. (2010). Spatio-Temporal Clustering of Road Network Data. AICI'10 Proceedings of the 2010 international conference on Artificial intelligence and computational intelligence: Part I. ( pp.116-123).
  • CHENG, T., Anbaroglu, T. (2010). Defining spatio-temporal neighbourhood of network data. Proceedings of the Joint International Conference on Theory, Data Handling and Modelling in GeoSpatial Information Science. ( pp.75-79). ISPRS.
  • CHENG, T., Manley, E. (2010). Understanding road congestion as an emergent property of traffic networks. Proceedings of The International Multi-Conference on Complexity, Informatics and Cybernetics (IMCIC 2010). ( pp.109-114).
  • CHENG, T., Tanaksaranond, G., Emmonds, A., Sonoiki, D. (2010). Multi-scale visualisation of inbound and outbound traffic delays in London. Proceedings of the 18th Annual Conference of GIS Research UK. ( pp.319-324).
  • Skarlatidou, A., Cheng, T., Haklay, M. (2010). Preliminary investigation of Web GIS trust: the example of the “WIYBY” website. Proceedings of the Joint International Conference on Theory, Data Handling and Modelling in GeoSpatial Information Science. ( pp.411-416). ISPRS.
  • Skarlatidou, A., Haklay, M., Cheng, T., Francis, N. (2010). Trust in web GIS: A preliminary investigation of the environment agency’s WIYBY website with non-expert users. Proceedings of the GIS Research UK 18th Annual Conference. ( pp.439-446). London: UCL.
  • Wang, J., CHENG, T., Haworth, J. (2010). Space-time kernels. Proceedings of the Joint International Conference on Theory, Data Handling and Modelling in GeoSpatial Information Science. ( pp.57-62). ISPRS.
  • Wang, J., CHENG, T., Heydecker, B., Haworth, J. (2010). STARIMA for journey time prediction in London. Proceedings of the 5th IMA (Institute of Mathematics and its Applications) Conference on Mathematics in Transport.
  • CHENG, T., Anbaroglu, B. (2009). Methods on defining spatio-temporal neighbourhoods. Proceedings of the 10th international conference on GeoComputation.
  • CHENG, T., Anbaroglu, B. (2009). Spatio-temporal outlier detection in environmental data. Spatial and temporal reasoning for ambient intelligence systems: COSIT 2009 workshop proceedings. ( pp.1-8).
  • Cheng, T., Wang, J., Li X, Z., W, (2008). A hybrid approach to model nonstationary space-time series. The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences. ( pp.195-202).
  • Cheng, T., Wang, J., Li, X. (2008). Space-time series forecasting by artificial neural networks. International Conference on Earth Observation Data Processing and Analysis(ICEODPA). Wuhan:
  • Cheng, T., Deng, M., Li, Z. (2007). A unified representation for indeterminate spatial objects. 7th UK Workshop on Computational Intelligence. London, UK:
  • Cheng, T., Wang, J. (2007). Application of a Dynamic Recurrent Neural Network in Spatio-Temporal Forecasting. Information Fusion and Geographic Information Systems. ( Vol. XIV pp.173-186). St Petersburg, Russia: Berlin: Springer.
  • Cheng, T., Wang, J., Li, X. (2007). Spatio-temporal data mining and forecasting by support vector machines. Proceedings of the 9th international conference on GeoComputation. ( Vol. Paper 4C3 ). Maynooth, Ireland:
  • Wang, J., Cheng, T. (2007). Nonlinear integration of spatial and temporal forecasting by support vector machines. 3rd International Conference on Natural Computation and 4th International Conference on Fuzzy Systems and Knowledge Discovery. ( pp.61-66). Haikou, China:
  • Cheng, T., Li, Z. L., Li, D. A. L., D, (2006). An integrated cloud model for measurement errors and fuzziness. Progress in Spatial Data Handling 12th International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling (SDH 2006).
  • Cheng, T., Wang, J. (2006). Applications of spatio-temporal data mining and knowledge for forest fire. Remote Sensing: From Pixels to Processes. ( pp.148-153). Enschede, Netherlands:
  • Cheng, T., Li, Z. (2005). Representing cyclic change in polar coordinate systems. 22nd International Cartographic Conference. ( Vol. CD-Rom ). La Coruña, Spain:
  • Cheng, T., Li, Z., Deng, M., Xu, Z. (2005). Representing indeterminate spatial objects by cloud theory. 4th International Symposium on Spatial Data Quality. ( pp.70-77). Beijing:
  • Cheng, T., Li, Z., Gong, J. (2005). Conceptual design of an activity-based spatio-temporal data model for SARS transmission analysis. Proceedings of International Symposium on Spatio-temporal Modeling, Spatial Reasoning, Analysis, Data Mining and Data Fusion. ( pp.31-37). Beijing:
  • Fisher, P., Wood, J., Cheng, T. (2005). The uncertainty of uncertainty: higher order vagueness in geographical information. International Symposium on Spatial Data Quality. Beijing:
  • Liu, W., Chen, J., Li, Z., Zhao, R., Cheng, T. (2005). Detection of spatial conflicts between rivers and contours in topographical database updating. 4th ISPRS Workshop on Dynamic and Multi-dimensional GIS. ( pp.99-105). Pontypridd, Wales, UK:
  • Liu, W., Chen, J., Zhao, R., Cheng, T. (2005). A Refined Line-Line Spatial Relationship Model for Spatial Conflict Detection. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. ( Vol. 3770 pp.239-248). Springer-Verlag.
  • Cheng, T., Fisher, P., Li, Z. (2004). Double vagueness: effect of scale on the modelling of fuzzy spatial objects. Developments in Spatial Data Handling. ( pp.299-313).
  • Cheng, T., Li, Z. (2004). A hybrid approach to detect spatio-temporal outliers. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Geoinformatics Geospatial Information Research: Bridging the Pacific and Atlantic. ( pp.173-178). Gävle, Sweden:
  • Cheng, T., Li, Z. (2004). A multi-scale approach to detect spatio-temporal outliers. International Archives of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing. ( pp.1008-1012). Istanbul, Turkey:
  • Cheng, T., Li, Z. (2003). Measure the semantic change after merging operation. International Workshop on Semantic Processing of Spatial Data. ( pp.92-101). Mexico City:
  • Cheng, T. (2001). Quality assessment of model-oriented generalization. 4th Workshop on Progress in Automated Map Generalisation,ICA. Author URL
  • Cheng, T., Wang, D. (2001). Visualizing cyclic spatio-temporal patterns in polar coordinate system. 20th International Cartographic Conference. ( pp.2460-2467). Beijing:
  • Shan, Y., Cheng, T., and Lin, H. (2001). Spatio-temporal data mining in GIS. International Workshop on GEOINFORMATICS & DMGIS 2001. ( pp.254-257). Bangkok:
  • Cheng, T., Lin, H. (2000). Uncertainties in multi-scale generalization. Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling (SDH2000). ( Vol. 5 pp.18-31). Beijing:
  • Wang, D., Cheng, T. (2000). A process-oriented spatio-temporal data model for activity-based travel demand modeling. 29th International Geographic Congress. ( pp.597-598). Seoul, Korea:
  • Cheng, T., Molenaar, M. (1999). Syntactic representation of three fuzzy object models. the International Symposium on Spatial Data Quality (ISSDQ’99). ( pp.506-516). Hong Kong:
  • CHENG, T. (1998). A process-oriented spatio-temporal data model to support physical environmental modeling. the first conference of the Association of Geographic Information Laboratories in Europe (AGILE).
  • Cheng, T. (1998). Change of fuzzy objects. the first conference of Association of Geographic Information Laboratories in Europe (AGILE). Enschede, The Netherlands:
  • Cheng, T., Molenaar, M. (1998). The identification and monitoring of objects with fuzzy spatial extent. International Archives of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing. ( Vol. 32 pp.207-212).
  • Molenaar, M., Cheng, T. (1998). Fuzzy spatial objects and their dynamics. International Archives of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS). ( Vol. 32 pp.389-394).
  • Cheng, T., Molenaar, (1997). Dynamics of fuzzy objects. the International Workshop on Dynamic and Multi-dimensional GIS, Aug.. ( pp.49-63). Hong Kong:
  • Cheng, T., Molenaar, M., Bouloucos, T. (1997). Identification of Fuzzy Objects from Field Obseravtion Data. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. ( Vol. Spatial Informat pp.241-259). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
  • Cheng, T., Kainz, W., Van Zuidam, R. A. (1996). Coupling GIS and environmental modelling: the implications for spatio-temporal data modeling. International Archives of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing. ( pp.849-856).
  • Cheng, T. (1995). Development of a spatio-temporal GIS shell to support coastal environment modelling. Conference of Spatial Information Theory Doctoral Consortium. ( pp.7-14).
  • Cheng, T., Eleveld, M. A., Van Zuidam, R. A. (1995). Creation of a 4-D GIS working platform for coastal environmental monitoring and management. Third Thematic Coference of Remote Sensing for Marine and Coastal Environments, Technology and Applications. ( Vol. 2 pp.260-272).
  • Cheng, T., Van Zuidam, R. A., Kaniz, W. (1995). A unified spatio-temporal data model for 4-D GIS. GIS/LIS 95 Annual Conference and Exposition. ( pp.967-976). Nashville, USA:
  • Eleveld, M. A., Cheng, T., Van Zuidam, R. A. (1995). Towards a decision support system for coastal zone management by applying morphodynamic modeling with remote sensing data input in a 4-D GIS environment. Third Thematic Conference of Remote Sensing for Marine and Coastal Environments, Technology and Applications. ( Vol. 1 pp.256-265). Seattle, USA:
  • Li, D., Cheng, T. (1994). KDG - Knowledge Discovery from GIS: propositions on the use of KDD in an Intelligent GIS. The Canadian Conference on GIS. ( Vol. 2 pp.1001-1012).
  • Cheng, T., Li, D., Shu, N. (1992). An expert system of grass resource investigation by using remote sensing data. International Cooloquium on Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems. Wuhan, China:

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