Abbas Rajabifard mainly investigates Spatial analysis, Spatial data infrastructure, Data science, Land administration and Government. His Spatial analysis study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Process and Knowledge management. His Spatial data infrastructure research includes themes of Viewpoints, Conceptual model, Process management and Sustainable development.
His Data science research also works with subjects such as
Abbas Rajabifard mostly deals with Spatial data infrastructure, Spatial analysis, Land administration, Cadastre and Data science. His Spatial data infrastructure study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Database, World Wide Web, Process management and Sustainable development. His World Wide Web research includes elements of License and Creative commons.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Government, Emergency management, Process and Knowledge management in addition to Spatial analysis. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Environmental studies, Land management, Environmental resource management and Public administration. His research investigates the connection with Cadastre and areas like Information system which intersect with concerns in Building information modeling.
Abbas Rajabifard mainly investigates Cadastre, Land administration, Data science, Information system and Building information modeling. He focuses mostly in the field of Cadastre, narrowing it down to topics relating to Plan and, in certain cases, Engineering management. His Land administration research is within the category of Environmental planning.
The various areas that Abbas Rajabifard examines in his Data science study include Spatial analysis, Usability, Process and Geospatial analysis. His Spatial analysis research integrates issues from Transport engineering and Walkability. The concepts of his Building information modeling study are interwoven with issues in Architectural engineering, Occupancy, CityGML, Emergency management and Subdivision.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Information system, Building information modeling, Cadastre, Data science and Spatial analysis. His Information system research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Point of interest, Spatial data quality and Volunteered geographic information. His work deals with themes such as Data validation, Building design, Construction engineering and Plan, which intersect with Cadastre.
His Data science research incorporates elements of Quality, Spatial data mining and Usability. His Spatial analysis study incorporates themes from Data integration and Land administration. He has researched Land administration in several fields, including Regional science, Boundary and High rise.
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Land Administration for Sustainable Development
Ian Williamson;Stig Enemark;Jude Wallace;Abbas Rajabifard.
Assessing the worldwide developments of national spatial data clearinghouses
Joep Crompvoets;Arnold K. Bregt;Abbas Rajabifard;Ian P. Williamson.
International Journal of Geographical Information Science (2004)
Developing Spatial Data Infrastructures: From Concept to Reality
Ian Williamson;Mary-Ellen Feeney;Abbas Rajabifard.
Future directions for SDI development
Abbas Rajabifard;Mary-Ellen F. Feeney;Ian P. Williamson.
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation (2002)
Using SDI and web-based system to facilitate disaster management
A. Mansourian;A. Rajabifard;M. J. Valadan Zoej;I. Williamson.
Spatial Data Infrastructures: Concept, SDI Hierarchy and Future Directions.
A. Rajabifard;I. P. Williamson.
The role of sub‐national government and the private sector in future spatial data infrastructures
Abbas Rajabifard;Andrew Binns;Ian Masser;Ian P. Williamson.
Evaluation of land administration systems
Daniel Steudler;Abbas Rajabifard;Ian P. Williamson.
Spatially enabling governments through SDI implementation
I. Masser;A. Rajabifard;I. Williamson.
International Journal of Geographical Information Science (2008)
A new 3D indoor/outdoor spatial model for indoor emergency response facilitation
Hosna Tashakkori;Abbas Rajabifard;Mohsen Kalantari.
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