AURIN supports the Australian research community with a world-leading e-Infrastructure and network that allows access to data and analysis know-how to assist researchers in gathering the evidence base for decisions to improve our urban and regional towns, cities and communities.

Our eInfrastructure has been used to by thousands of researchers from academia, government and industry.  Below is a collection of academic journal articles, national, state and local government reports, conference papers and book chapters that have cited AURIN.

Addressing transit mode location bias in built environment-transit mode use research

Researchers from Monash University, University of California, Berkeley and the Victorian Department of Transport investigate approaches to account for mode location bias, that is,  the differences in the type of location that are serviced by different transport modes. They found that planning and forecasting should consider the specific associations of different modes to their surrounding land use to accurately predict and match transit supply and demand. 
This research supports the evidence base needed for efficient planning of effective integrated transport services that meets the needs of the population.  Metro-Melbourne has been used as an example but the methodology can be applied 
to any regional or urban area.

COVID-19 – Using spatial analysis to identify service gaps and inform delivery for vulnerable communities

Researcher Ali Lakhani, from La Trobe University in Victoria accessed data from AURIN partners Healthdirect, ABS and the Hugo Centre for Migration and Population Research via the AURIN Portal to conduct spatial analysis to identify service priority areas of ageing adults with disability & low access to health services, those deemed at higher risk for COVID-19.


This research supports the evidence base needed for efficient planning and effective distribution of services that meets the needs of the population.  Metro-Melbourne has been used as an example but the methodology can be applied to any regional or urban area.


Open-system Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) & Property Values

Researchers from University of Queensland have accessed free commercial housing data from AURIN partners Corelogic via the AURIN Portal to investigate the spatial variation in the association between the BRT system and property values.


This research supports the evidence base needed for more transit oriented development and investment in sustainable transport.


Water and Energy Supply and Consumption Data

Given increasing pressures from population growth and land use change, Australian researchers require access to high value water and energy (WE) supply and consumption data for planning and decision-making purposes.


AURIN partnered with CSIRO to develop a protocol for improving access and use of WE data that led to the creation of the WE Supply and Consumption (WESC) model




Cheung, K. S. & Yiu, C. Y. (2022). Touristification, Airbnb and the tourism-led rent gap: Evidence from a revealed preference approach, Tourism Management, 92.

Dodson, J. and Li, T. (2022). 5 Maps that show why free public transport benefits the affluent most. Planning News, 48 (3) p.22-23.

Fatima, K., Moridpour, S. & Saghapour, T. (2022). Development of a Public Transport Accessibility Index for Older Commuters: A Time-based Approach,
Research Square.

Gaisie, E., Oppong-Yeboah, N. Y., & Cobbinah, P. B. (2022). Geographies of infections: built environment and COVID-19 pandemic in metropolitan Melbourne, Sustainable Cities and Society, 81

Graham, J. & Read, A. (2022). House Prices, Monetary Policy, and Commodities: Evidence from Australia

Gunn, L. D., Saghapour, T, Giles-Corti, B. & Turrell, G.(2022). Exploring inequities in housing affordability through an analysis of walkability and house prices by neighbourhood socioeconomic disadvantage, Cities & Health

Grincheva, N. (2022) Beyond the scorecard diplomacy: From soft power rankings to critical inductive geography. Convergence, 28(1): 70-91.

Iftekhar, M. S., Polyakov, M. & Roger, A. (2022). Valuing the improvement of a decommissioned heritage site to a multifunctional water senitive greenspace, Journal of Environmental Management, 313.

Jiang, H., Geertman, S. & Witte, P. (2022). Planning first, tools second: Evaluating the evolving roles of planning support systems in urban planning, Journal of Urban Technology.

Liang, J., Lee, C. L., & Li, Q. ()2022). How much are you willing to pay for freedom? The effect of COVID-19 lockdowns on the housing market.

Liang, J. & Koo, K. (2022). A View to Die For? Housing Value, Wildfire Risk, and Environmental Amenities.

Martino, E., Mansour, A. & Bentley, R. (2022). Housing Vulnerability and COVID-19 Outbreaks: When Crises Collide, Urban Policy and Research.

Morawakage, P.S., Earl, G., Liu, B. et al. (2022). Housing Risk and Returns in Submarkets with Spatial Dependence and Heterogeneity. J Real Estate Finan Econ.

Newton, P. W., et al., (2022) Greening the Greyfields: New Models for Regenerating the Middle Suburbs of Low-Density Cities, Palgrave Macmillan.

Pettit, C.J.; Zarpelon Leao, S.; Lock, O.; Ng, M.; Reades, J. (2022). Big Data: The Engine to Future Cities – A Reflective Case Study in Urban Transport. Sustainability, 14 (3), 1727.

Thornton, L.E., Schroers, RD., Lamb, K.E. et al. (2022). Operationalising the 20-minute neighbourhood. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act 19, 15.

Ulpiani, G., Duhirwe, P. N., Yun, G. Y., Lipson, M. J. (2022). Meteorological influence on forecasting urban pollutants: Long-term predictability versus extreme events in a spatially heterogeneous urban ecosystem, Science of The Total Environment, 814.

Zhang, M. and Shukla, J. (2022). Measuring the impact of heavy rail transport infrastructure on house prices in Melbourne, Australia: a case study of Mernda rail extension project, Property Management.

Zhang, G. H., Meng, L. L., Gardner, N., Yu, D. & Haeusler, M. H. (2022). Transit-Oriented Development Assitive Interface (TODAI) – A Machine Learning-Powered Computational Urban Design Tool to Enhance TOD Planning Processes, CAADRIA 2022 Post-Carbon.


Acuto, M., Pejic, D., & Briggs, J. (2021). Taking city rankings seriously: engaging with benchmarking practices in global urbanism. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.

Arthur, P. L., Hearn, L., Montgomery, L., Craig, H., Arbuckle, A., Siemens, R (2021). Open scholarship in Australia: A review of needs, barriers, an opportunities. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities.
Belbin, L., Wallis, E., Hobern, D., Zerger, A. (2021). The Atlas of Living Australia: History, current state and future directions. Biodiversity Data Journal 9: e65023.
Chen, L., Pan, Y., and Sinnott, R. (2020). Auto-scaling Walkability Analytics through Kubernetes and Docker SWARM on the Cloud. In Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Cloud Computing and Services Science – CLOSER, ISBN 978-989-758-424-4; ISSN 2184-5042, pages 261-272. DOI: 10.5220/0009337902610272
Daniel, C., Pettit, C. (2021). Digital disruption and planning – use of data and digital technology by professional planners, and perceptions of change to planning work, Australian Planner, DOI: 10.1080/07293682.2021.1920995
Degkwitz, T., Schulz, D., & Noennig, J. R. (2021). Cockpit Social Infrastructure: A Case for Planning Support Infrastructure. International Journal of E-Planning Research (IJEPR), 10(4), 1-17.
Jacobs, J., Crooks, N., Allender, S., Strugnell, C., Backholer, K., & Nichols, M. (2021). Is the physical activity environment surrounding primary schools associated with students’ weight status, physical activity or active transport, in regional areas of Victoria, Australia? A cross-sectional study. BMJ open, 11(7), 
Lovelace, R. (2021). Open source tools for geographic analysis in transport planning. Journal of Geographical Systems, 1-32.
Parsons, M., Reeve, I., McGregor, J., Hastings, P., Marshall, G. R., McNeill, J., … & Glavac, S. (2021). Disaster resilience in Australia: A geographic assessment using an index of coping and adaptive capacity. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 102422.
Peppa, M. V., Komar, T., Xiao, W., James, P., Robson, C., Xing, J., & Barr, S (2021). Towards an End-to-End Framework of CCTV-Based Urban Traffic Volume Detection and Prediction. Sensors, 21(2), 629.
Phelps, C., Harris, M. N., Ong, R., Rowley, S., & Wood, G. A. (2021). Within-city dwelling price growth and convergence: trends from Australia’s large cities. International Journal of Housing Policy, 21:1, 103-126.
Sugiyama, T., Sugiyama, M., Mavoa, S., Barnett, A., Kamruzzaman, M., Turrell, G. (2021) Neighborhood environmental attributes and walking mobility decline: A longitudinal ecological study of mid-to-older aged Australian adults. PLoS ONE 16(6): e0252017.

Arthur, P. L., Champion, E., Craig, H., Gu, N., Harvey, M., Haskins, V., . . . Verhoeven, D. (2020). Time-Layered Cultural Map of Australia.

Aston, L., Currie, G., Kamruzzaman, M., Delbosc, A., Fournier, N., & Teller, D. (2020, July). Addressing transit mode location bias in built environment-transit mode use research. Journal of Transport Geography, 87(102786). 

Athanassiadis, A. (2020). Urban Metabolism and Open Data: Opportunities and Challenges for Urban Resource Efficiency. In S. Hawken, H. Han, & C. Pettit, Open Cities | Open Data: Collaborative Cities in the Information Era. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan. 

Box, P., Lee, A., Smith, G., Mackenzie, A., Sanderson, T., Reeson, A., . . . Fleet, R. (2020). Data Platforms for Smart Cities A Landscape Scan and Recommendations for Smart City Practice. Data 61. Melbourne: The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO). 

Burry, M. (2020). Urban Futures: Designing the Digitalised City. John Wiley & Sons. 

Çöltekin, A., Griffin, A. L., Slingsby, A., Robinson, A. C., Christophe, S., Rautenbach, V., . . . Klippel, A. (2019). Geospatial Information Visualization and Extended Reality Displays. Manual of Digital Earth, 229-277. 

Geertman, S., & Stillwell, J. (2020). Planning support science: Developments and challenges. Urban Analytics and City Science B, 1-17. 

Hawken, S., Han, H., & Pettit, C. (2020). Introduction: Open Data and the Generation of Urban Value. In S. Hawken, H. Han, & C. Pettit, Open Cities | Open Data: Collaborative Cities in the Information Era (pp. 1-25). Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan. 

Jacobs, J., Backholer, K., Strugnell, C., Allender, S., & Nichols, M. (2020, May 29). Socio‑economic and Regional Diferences in Walkability and Greenspace Around Primary Schools: A Census of Australian Primary School Neighbourhoods. Journal of Community Health

Jonescu, E., Mercea, T., Do, K., & Sutrisna, M. (2020). In support of sustainable densification in urban planning: a proposed framework for utilising CCTV for propagation of human energy from movement within urban spaces. Urban Planning and Transport Research, 8(1), 24-43. 

Kalantari, M., Syahrudin, S., Rajabifard, A., Subagyo, H., & Hubbard, H. (2020, July). Spatial Metadata Usability Evaluation. International Journal of Geo-Information, 9(7), 463. 

Kraatz, J., & Jayawardena, N. (2020). Western Australia Social and Affordable Housing Network Maps. Perth: Sustainable Built Environment National Research Centre Australia.

Kvan, T. (2020, March). Data‐Informed Design: A Call for Theory. (N. Spiller, Ed.) Architectural Design

Lakhani, A. (2020). Which Melbourne metropolitan areas are vulnerable to COVID-19 based on age, disability and access to health services? Using spatial analysis to identify service gaps and inform delivery. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management

Langenheim, N., White, M., Tapper, N., Livesley, S. J., & Ramirez-Lovering, D. (2020). Right tree, right place, right time: A visual-functional design approach to select and place trees for optimal shade benefit to commuting pedestrians. Sustainable Cities and Society, 52(101816).

Lock, O., Bain, M., & Pettit, C. (2020, July). Towards the collaborative development of machine learning techniques in planning support systems – a Sydney example. Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science

Loh, V. H., Veitch, J., Salmon, J., Cerin, E., Mavoa, S., Villanueva, K., & Timperio, A. (2020, May). Residential vs school neighborhoods: Associations with physical activity among adolescents. Health & Place, 63(102328). 

Lope, D. J., & Dolgun, A. (2020). Measuring the inequality of accessible trams in Melbourne. Journal of Transport Geography, 102657

Mayne, D. J. (2020). The contribution of walkability to geographic variation in physical activity, high body mass and psychosocial distress in Sydney, Australia. A thesis submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. School of Public Health Faculty of Medicine and Health The University of Sydney. 

Oxoli, D., Sabri, S., Rajabifard, A., & Brovelli, M. A. (2020, June 02). A classification technique for local multivariate clusters and outliers of spatial association. 

Perez, P., Pettit, C., Barns, S., Doig, J., & Ticzon, C. (2020). An Information Management Strategy for City Data Hubs: Open Data Strategies for Large Organisations. In S. Hawken, H. Han, & C. Pettit, Open Cities | Open Data: Collaborative Cities in the Information Era. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan. 

Pettit, C., Stimson, B., Barton, J., Goldie, X., Greenwood, P., Lovelace, R., & Eagleson, S. (2020). Open Access, Open Source and Cloud Computing: a Glimpse into the Future of GIS. In S. Geertman, & J. Stillwell, Handbook of Planning Support Science. Edward Elgar Publishing. 

Rahimi, M. M., Naghizade, E., Stevenson, M., & Winter, S. (2020). Service quality monitoring in confined spaces through mining Twitter data. Journal of Spatial Information Sciences, 20

Reisi, M., Sabri, S., Agunbiade, M., Rajabifard, A., Chen, Y., Kalantari, M., . . . Li, Y. (2020). Transport Sustainability Indicators for an Enhanced Urban Analytics Data Infrastructure. Sustainable Cities and Society, 102095

ul Hussnain, M. Q., Waheed, A., Anjum, G. A., Naeem, M. A., Hussain, E., Wakil, K., & Pettit, C. J. (2020). A framework to bridge digital planning tools’ utilization gap in peri-urban spatial planning; lessons from Pakistan. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 101451

Uddin, K. F., Piracha, A. (2020). Differential application of planning policy deepening the intracity divide: The case of greater Sydney, NSW, Australia. Spatium.
Walsan, R. (2020). Comorbidity of serious mental illness and type 2 diabetes: do neighbourhoods matter?.

Zhang, M., Yen, B. T., Mulley, C., & Sipe, N. (2020). An investigation of the open-system Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) network and property values: The case of Brisbane, Australia. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 134, 16-34. 


Lyle G., & Hendrie, D. (2019). Predicting general practitioner utilisation at a small area leave across Western Australia. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 24(6), 570-576. 

Pettit, C., Bakelmun, A., Lieske, S. N., Glackin, S., Thomson, G., Shearer, H., Dia, H., & Newman, P. (2018). Planning support systems for smart cities. City, Culture and Society, 12, 13–24.
Bishop, I. D., Eagleson, S., Pettit, C. J., Rajabifard, A., Badland, H., Day, J. E., Furler, J., Kalantari, M., Sturup, S., & White, M. (2017). Using an Online Data Portal and Prototype Analysis Tools in an Investigation of Spatial Livability Planning. International Journal of E-Planning Research (IJEPR), 6(2), 1–21.
Day, J., Chen, Y., Ellis, P., & Roberts, M. (2017). A free, open-source tool for identifying urban agglomerations using polygon data. Environment Systems and Decisions, 37(1), 68–87.
Hilton, G., Unsworth, C. A., Murphy, G. C., Browne, M., & Olver, J. (2017). Longitudinal employment outcomes of an early intervention vocational rehabilitation service for people admitted to rehabilitation with a traumatic spinal cord injury. Spinal Cord, 55(8), 743–752.
Langenheim, N., White, M., Barton, J., & Eagleson, S. (2017). Designing with data for urban resilience. International Conference on Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management, 113–133.
Pettit, C. J., Tanton, R., & Hunter, J. (2017). An online platform for conducting spatial-statistical analyses of national census data across Australia. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 63, 68–79.
Pettit, C., Tice, A., & Randolph, B. (2017). Using an online spatial analytics workbench for understanding housing affordability in Sydney. In Seeing Cities Through Big Data (pp. 233–255). Springer.
Saghapour, T., Moridpour, S., & Thompson, R. G. (2017a). Evaluation of Neighbourhood Characteristics and Active Transport Mode Choice. International Journal of Transport and Vehicle Engineering, 11(5), 586–591.
Saghapour, T., Moridpour, S., & Thompson, R. G. (2017b). Measuring walking accessibility in metropolitan areas. Transportation Research Record, 2661(1), 111–119.
Saraiya, K. M. (2017). Demographic Forecasting for Local Governments in Queensland, Australia–Difficult, But Effective. In The Frontiers of Applied Demography (pp. 351–382). Springer.
Sarkar, S., & Gurran, N. (2017). Shared urbanism: Big data on accommodation sharing in urban Australia. ArXiv Preprint ArXiv:1703.10279.
Scheurer, J., Curtis, C., & McLeod, S. (2017). Spatial accessibility of public transport in Australian cities: Does it relieve or entrench social and economic inequality? Journal of Transport and Land Use, 10(1), 911–930.
White, M., Kimm, G., & Langenheim, N. (2017). Pedestrian Access Modelling with Tree Shade–Won’t Someone Think of the Children. Procedia Engineering, 198, 139–151.
Winson-Geideman, K., Krause, A., Wu, H., & Warren-Myers, G. (2017). Non-spatial contagion in real estate markets: The case of Brookland Greens. Journal of Sustainable Real Estate, 9(1), 22–45.
Cook, N., Davison, A., & Crabtree, L. (2016). Housing and Home Unbound: Intersections in economics, environment and politics in Australia. Routledge.
Pour, A. T., Moridpour, S., Tay, R., & Rajabifard, A. (2016). A partial proportional odds model for pedestrian crashes at mid-blocks in Melbourne metropolitan area. MATEC Web of Conferences, 81, 02020.
Rajabifard, A., Ho, S., & Sabri, S. (2016). Urban analytics data infrastructure: Critical SDI for urban management in Australia. SMART WORLD, 95.
Simons, B. A., Yu, J., & Leighton, B. (2016). WESCML: A Data Standard for Exchanging Water and Energy Supply and Consumption Data. Procedia Engineering, 154, 215–222.
Somenahalli, S. V., Taylor, M. A., & Susilawati, S. (2016). Road network accessibility and socio-economic disadvantage across Adelaide metropolitan area. Transportation in Developing Economies, 2(2), 15.
Taylor, D., & Lange, J. (2016). Social Applications of Geographical Information Systems: Technical tools for social innovation.
Taylor, E. J. (2016). Cohabiting with cars: The tangled connections between car parking and housing markets. In Housing and Home Unbound (pp. 86–106). Routledge.
Burry, M., Karakiewicz, J. A., Holzer, D., White, M., Aschwanden, G. D., & Kvan, T. (2015). BIM-PIM-CIM: The Challenges of Modelling Urban Design Behaviours Between Building and City Scales. In Modelling Behaviour (pp. 407–417). Springer.
Day, J., Sturup, S., Chen, Y., Budahazy, M., Wu, A., & Fan, L. (2015). Activity centre policy effects on employment clustering: A spatial study of job density in Melbourne, Australia. State of Australian Cities National Conference, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.
Doust, K., Wang, C., & Doust, T. (2015). City sustainability: A transport perspective–a journey continues. WIT Transactions on The Built Environment, 168, 833–842.
Eagleson, S., Barar, F., Murathodzic, M., Lau, P., Temple-Smith, M., & Sanci, L. (2015). Applying the AURIN portal to health service planning within an urban setting. 8th International Urban Design Conference.
Emmerson, K. M., Hibberd, M. F., Cope, M. E., & Holper, P. N. (2015). Air Quality Australia: Future Research Directions. Air Quality and Climate Change, 49(2), 23.
Gong, Y., Deng, F., & Sinnott, R. O. (2015). Identification of (near) Real-time Traffic Congestion in the Cities of Australia through Twitter. Proceedings of the ACM First International Workshop on Understanding the City with Urban Informatics, 7–12.
Hale, C., & Eagleson, S. (2015). Metropolitan infrastructure, planning & institutions–a comparative world view. Australian Planner, 52(4), 277–296.
Lange, J., & Taylor, D. (2015). A Metropolitan Accessibility Index for Australian Capital Cities-Metro ARIA.
Pettit, C. (2015). Using an online spatial analytics workbench for understanding changing housing markets across australian cities. Proceedings of the ACM First International Workshop on Understanding the City with Urban Informatics, 1–1.
Sabri, S., Pettit, C. J., Kalantari, M., Rajabifard, A., White, M., Lade, O., & Ngo, T. (2015). What are essential requirements in planning for future cities using open data infrastructures and 3D data models. Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management, Cambridge, MA, USA, 7–10.
Sim, E., Krause, A., & Winson-Geideman, K. (2015). The impact of transit-oriented development (TOD) on residential property prices: The case of Box Hill, Melbourne. Pacific Rim Property Research Journal, 21(3), 199–214.
Sinnott, R. O., Bayliss, C., Bromage, A., Galang, G., Grazioli, G., Greenwood, P., Macaulay, A., Morandini, L., Nogoorani, G., & Nino-Ruiz, M. (2015). The Australia urban research gateway. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, 27(2), 358–375.
Taylor, D., & Lange, J. (2015). Metro ARIA and Metro ARIA-Health: New accessibility indices for Australian capital cities.
Yu, J., Inman, M., & Simons, B. (2015). Protocols to integrate urban water data with energy and other sectors within AURIN. Ozwater, 15, 12–15.
Yu, J., Leighton, B., Mirza, F., & Singh, R. (2015). Tools for enabling rapid deployment of water and energy consumption and supply data services. 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, 781–787.
Yu, J., Lipkin, F., & Moglia, M. (2015). Novel spatial analysis of residential resource consumption via the Melbourne train network. Proceedings of the 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, 29.
Barton, J. E. (2014). Developing a Usability Framework to Support Online Rapid Urban Information Discovery and Interrogation. S. Winter & C. Rizos (Eds.), Workshop Proceedings-CEUR-WS, 1142, 26–34.
Delaney, P., & Pettit, C. (2014). Urban data hubs supporting smart cities. Research@ Locate, 14, 07–09.
Giles-Corti, B., Badland, H. M., Mavoa, S., Turrell, G., Bull, F., Boruff, B., Pettit, C., Bauman, A. E., Hooper, P., & Villanueva, K. (2014). Reconnecting urban planning with health: A protocol for the development and validation of national liveability indicators associated with noncommunicable disease risk behaviours and health outcomes.
Glackin, S. (2013). Redeveloping the greyfields with ENVISION: Using participatory support systems to reduce urban sprawl in Australia. European Journal of Geography, 3(3), 6–22.
Sinnott, R., Bayliss, C., Bromage, A., Galang, G., Grazioli, G., Greenwood, P., Macauley, G., Mannix, D., Morandini, L., Nino-Ruiz, M., Pettit, C., Tomko, M., Sarwar, M., Stimson, R., Voorsluys, W., & Widjaja, I. (2013). The Australian Urban Research Platform. eResearch Australasia Conference, Brisbane.
Sinnott, R. O., Bayliss, C., Morandini, L. F., & Tomko, M. (2013). Tools and processes to support the development of a national platform for urban research: Lessons (being) learnt from the AURIN project.
Tomko, Martin, Bayliss, C., Galang, G., Chadwick, T., Cosford, J., & Sinnott, R. (2013). A lightweight authorization mechanism for spatially enabled health data services. Proceedings of the Second ACM SIGSPATIAL International Workshop on the Use of GIS in Public Health, 50–55.
Azeezullah, I., Pambudi, F., Shyy, T.-K., Azeezullah, I., Ward, N., Hunter, J., & Stimson, R. J. (2012). Statistical analysis and visualization services for Spatially Integrated Social Science datasets. 2012 IEEE 8th International Conference on E-Science, 1–8.
Javadi, B., Abawajy, J., & Sinnott, R. O. (2012). Hybrid cloud resource provisioning policy in the presence of resource failures. 4th IEEE International Conference on Cloud Computing Technology and Science Proceedings, 10–17.
Javadi, B., Tomko, M., & Sinnott, R. O. (2012). Decentralized orchestration of data-centric workflows using the object modeling system. 2012 12th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster, Cloud and Grid Computing (Ccgrid 2012), 73–80.
Nino-Ruiz, M., Pettit, C., Tomko, M., Stimson, R. J., & Sinnott, R. O. (2012). AURIN What If?: Decision support for projections of land use allocations.
Pettit, C., Widjaja, I., Russo, P., Sinnott, R. O., Stimson, R., & Tomko, M. (2012). Visualisations for exploring urban space and time.
Sinnott, R. O., Bayliss, C., Galang, G., Greenwood, P., Koetsier, G., Mannix, D., Morandini, L., Nino-Ruiz, M., Pettit, C., & Tomko, M. (2012). A data-driven urban research environment for Australia. 2012 IEEE 8th International Conference on E-Science, 1–8.
Sinnott, R. O., Bayliss, C., Galang, G., Mannix, D., & Tomko, M. (2012). Security attribute aggregation models for e-Research collaborations. 2012 IEEE 11th International Conference on Trust, Security and Privacy in Computing and Communications, 342–349.
Tomko, M., Bayliss, C., Galang, G., Greenwood, P., Koetsier, J., Mannix, D., Morandini, L., Nino-Ruiz, M., Pettit, C., & Sarwar, M. (2012). The AURIN e-Infrastructure: Design, development and delivery.
Tomko, Martin, Bayliss, C., Galang, G., Greenwood, P., Koetsier, G., Mannix, D., Morandini, L., Nino-Ruiz, M., Pettit, C., & Sarwar, M. (2012). The design of a flexible Web-based analytical platform for urban research–systems paper. ACM International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems (ACM SIGSPATIAL GIS 2012), Redondo Beach, USA, 10(2424321.2424368).


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