FIG Peer Review Journal

ISSN No 2412-916X

In 2008, FIG introduced a double blinded Peer Review Process for papers with an outstanding academic level or best practice. Since then, there has been an option to submit a paper for peer review each year at FIG Congresses and Working Weeks. Approximately 10 per cent of all presented papers at a FIG Conference are peer review papers.  In average 50 - 60 per cent of the submitted papers pass the double blinded peer review process.

The papers that have passed the peer review process and have been presented at a FIG Working Week or Congress will be inlcuded in this FIG Peer Review Journal.

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FIG Working Week 2016 – Christchurch, New Zealand May 2-6, 2016
 
Muyiwa Agunbiade (Australia) and Abiodun Kolawole (Nigeria):
Rethinking the Role of Land Administration in Housing Production: a Contemporary Perspective (7977)

Farzad Alamdar, Mohsen Kalantari and Abbas Rajabifard (Australia):
Development of a Sensor Web-Based Disaster Decision Support System for Integrating Multi-Agency Sensor Information (7991)

Sam Amirebrahimi, Abbas Rajabifard, Priyan Mendis, Tuan Ngo and Soheil Sabri (Australia):
A Planning Decision Support Tool for Evaluation and 3D Visualisation of Building Risks in Flood Prone Areas (7999)

Behnam Atazadeh, Mohsen Kalantari, Abbas Rajabifard, Tom Champion and Serene Ho (Australia):
Harnessing BIM for 3D Digital Management of Stratified Ownership Rights in Buildings (7968)

Ralf Becker, Stefan Herle, Rainer Lehfeldt, Peter Fröhle and Jürgen Jensen (Germany):
Distributed and Sensor Based Spatial Data Infrastructure for Dike Monitoring (8000)

Kh Chan (Hong Kong SAR, China):
Improving Quality from Outsourcing in Real Estate (7998)

Dexter Davis, Charisse Griffith-Charles, Sasha Addo and Nikita Morris (Trinidad And Tobago):
Aerial Survey Solutions for Encroachments and Informal Settlements: Case Studies in Trinidad and Tobago (8028)

Walter Timo De Vries (Germany):
Post Disaster Consolidation of Land, Memory and Identity (8007)

Paul Denys and Christopher Pearson (New Zealand):
Positioning in Active Deformation Zones - Implications for NetworkRTK and GNSS Processing Engines (8012)

Leslie Downie and Jenny Whittal (South Africa):
Social Tenure Based on Intimacy – Avoiding Family Disasters: South African Marital Contracts as an Innovative Pro-Poor Land Tool (8008)

Vanessa Guzman, Daniel Paez (Colombia) and Abbas Rajabifard (Australia):
Colombian Emergency Response Platform (PCRE): Design and Testing of a Sdi- Based System to Facilitate Disaster Management in Colombia (8044)

Ken Harima, Suelynn Choy and Chris Rizos (Australia):
Performance of Real-time Precise Point Positioning in New Zealand (8010)

Corinna Harmening (Austria), Stephanie Kauker (Germany), Hans-Berndt Neuner (Austria) and Volker Schwieger (Germany):
Terrestrial Laserscanning - Modeling of Correlations and Surface Deformations (8030)

Kelly Henderson (Australia):
Light Years Ahead: the Role of Design and Survey in Disaster Risk Management, Future-Proofing Adelaide (8019)

Andreas Hendricks (Germany):
Distance Dependent Approach for the Determination of Standard Land Values by Multiple Regression (7936)

Juhana Hiironen, Pauliina Krigsholm, Kirsikka Riekkinen, Karin Kolis and Arvo Vitikainen (Finland):
Evaluation of Land Fragmentation in Agricultural Areas: Farmers Perspective (7939)

Simon Hull and Jennifer Whittal (South Africa):
Towards a Framework for Assessing the Impact of Cadastral Development on Land Rights-Holders (7995)

Ibrahim Usman Jibril (Nigeria):
Thirty Five Years of Land Administration in The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) of Nigeria (8032)

Vince Mangioni (Australia):
The Role of Recurrent Land Tax and Revenue Trends in Australia (8053)

Ngo Mau (Viet Nam), David Mitchell (Australia), Donald Grant (New Zealand) and Nicholas Chrisman (Canada):
Accessibility to Land Administration by Grassroots Stakeholders in Vietnam: Case Study of Vinh Long Province (7992)

Željko Obradović (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and Željko Bačić (Croatia):
Land Tenure and Land Consolidation Issues in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia (8037)

Dupe Olayinka and Chukwuma Okolie (Nigeria):
Satellite-Derived Bathymetry Modelling in Shallow Water: A Case Study of Lighthouse Creek, Lagos (8059)

Christopher Pearson (New Zealand), Niraj Manandhar (Nepal) and Paul Denys (New Zealand):
Towards a Modernized Geodetic Datum for Nepal: Options for Developing an Accurate Terrestrial Reference Frame Following the April 25, 2015 Mw7.8 Gorkha Earthquake (7970)

Guenther Retscher and Hannes Hofer (Austria):
Wi-Fi Location Fingerprinting Using an Intelligent Checkpoint Sequence (7993)

Guenther Retscher and Thomas Tatschl (Austria):
Differential Wi-Fi – A Novel Approach for Wi-Fi Positioning Using Lateration (7973)

Clare Robertson, Mark Dyer and Nic Donnelly (New Zealand):
Locating Property Boundaries After Shallow Land Movement – the Canterbury Experience (7963)

Matthias Soot, Alexandra Weitkamp, Hamza Alkhatib, Alexander Dorndorf and Anja Jeschke (Germany):
Analysis on Different Market Data for Real Estate Valuation – Investigations on German Real Estate Market (8024)

Dimo Todorovski, Paul Van Der Molen and Jaap Zevenbergen (Netherlands):
Post-Conflict Land Administration, Facilitator of Post-Conflict State Building (8071)

Jennifer Whittal and Khanyisa Rikhotso (South Africa):
Initial Testing of the New Continuum of Land Rights Model in a Rural South African Case Study Area - Giyani (8016)

FIG Working Week 2015 – Sofia, Bulgaria May 17-21, 2015
 
Ashraf Abdallah and Volker Schwieger (Germany):
Kinematic Precise Point Positioning (PPP) Solution for Hydrographic Applications (7506)

Ngozi Ac-Chukwuocha (Nigeria):
Dynamics of Land Use Changes in Otamiri Watershed of Owerri, South East Nigeria (7536)

Berhanu Alemie, Jaap Zevenbergen and Rohan Bennett (Netherlands):
Assessing Urban Land Governance in Ethiopian Cities (2002-2011): Lessons for the 2011 Urban Land Management Policy Implementation (7477)

Ana-Cornelia Badea and Gheorghe Badea (Romania):
A Blended Educational Training in Surveying and Cadastre (7479)

Gheorghe Badea and Ana-Cornelia Badea (Romania):
From Cadastral Background of Romania to the Present (7512)

Chrysi Balta (Greece), Dan Van der Horst (United Kingdom) and Chryssy Potsiou (Greece):
A Tool to Facilitate Energy Retrofitting Policies for Urban Residencies in Greece (7491)

Sevasti Chalkidou and Apostolos Arvanitis (Greece):
Building a Cellular Automata Model for Land-Use Change Simulation Using Cadastral Data – a Case Study in Northern Greece (7476)

Suelynn Choy, Frank Fu, John Dawson, Minghai Jia and Yuriy Kuleshov (Australia):
Application of GNSS Atmospheric Sounding for Climate Studies in the Australian Region (7574)

Akajiaku Chukwuocha and Ngozi Ac-Chukwuocha (Nigeria):
Geographic Information Systems Based Urban Drainage Efficiency Factors (7526)

Stefano Gandolfi, Luca Poluzzi and Luca Tavasci (Italy):
Structures Monitoring Using GNSS Technology and Sequential Filtering (7540)

Juhana Hiironen, Kirsikka Niukkanen and Hanna Tuominen (Finland):
The Impact of a New Subway Line on Property Values in Helsinki Metropolitan Area (7471)

Ľubica Hudecová (Slovakia):
The Effectiveness of Land Consolidation in Slovakia (7499)

Line Hvingel and Lasse Baaner (Denmark):
eReady Land Administration Legislation - The Spatial Dimension (7520)

Ľubica Ilkovičová, Pavol Kajánek and Alojz Kopáčik (Slovakia):
Pedestrian Trajectory Determination in Indoor Environments (7492)

Anna B.O. Jensen (Sweden) and Anders Almholt (Denmark):
Geodetic Infrastructure and Positioning for the Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link (7508)

Alexander Karpik and Elena Gienko (Russia):
The Estimation of Geodetic Datum Transformation Parameters (7538)

Karin Kolis, Juhana Hiironen, Esa Ärölä and Arvo Vitikainen (Finland):
Profitability of Forest Land Consolidation – a Finnish Case Study (7488)

Evangelia Lambrou and Konstantinos Nikolitsas (Greece):
Modeling the Uncertainty of Directions Measurement by Using Total Stations (7514)

Murat Meha (Kosovo), Joep Crompvoets (Belgium), Muzafer Çaka and Denis Pitarka (Kosovo):
Implementing a National Spatial Data Infrastructure for a Modern Kosovo (7451)

Luis Miguel Miranda and Daniel Paez (Colombia):
Evaluation of Three Dimension Laser Scanning of Aircraft Surfaces for Detecting and Measuring Impact Damage (7535)

Krishna Mochtar (Indonesia):
Problems in Materials and Equipment Procurement of Indonesian Contractors (7454)

George Mourafetis, Charalabos Ioannidis, Anastasios Doulamis and Chryssy Potsiou (Greece):
Dynamic 3D representation of information using low cost Cloud ready Technologies (7519)

Joseph Odumosu, Oluibukun Ajayi, Yusuf Opaluwa, Abdullahi Kuta and A Taiwo (Nigeria):
Analysis of the Spatio-Temporal Variability and Impact of Tropospheric Delay on the Positional Accuracy in GNSS PPP Observations (7566)

Godswill Okoroafor Orji and Godwill Tamunobiekiri Pepple (Nigeria):
Wetland Inventory and Mapping for Ikorodu Local Government Area, Lagos, Nigeria (7473)

Daniel Paez and Luis Alberto Rubio (Colombia):
The Use of Field Trips in the Context of Engineering Collaborative Teaching Experiences of Hands-On Geomatics Activities in Colombia (7484)

Annette Schmitt and Volker Schwieger (Germany):
Quality Control of Robotics Made Timber Plates (7472)

Anita Soni, Stuart Robson and Barry Gleeson (United Kingdom):
Optical Non-Contact Railway Track Measurement with Static Terrestrial Laser Scanning to Better Than 1.5mm RMS (7493)

Haim Srebro (Israel):
Implementation of Marine Cadastre in Israel (7517)

Kelvin Kang Wee Tang (Malaysia) and Biswajeet Pradhan (India):
Converting Digital Number into Bathymetric Depth: a Case Study over Coastal and Shallow Water of Langkawi Island, Malaysia (7505)

Dimo Todorovski, Paul Van Der Molen and Jaap Zevenbergen (Netherlands):
Post-Conflict Land Administration; a Facilitator of the Post-Conflict State Building in the Case of Timor-Leste (7490)

Paul Van Der Molen (Netherlands):
Property, Human Rights and Land Surveyors (7539)

Styliani Verykokou and Charalabos Ioannidis (Greece):
Metric Exploitation of a Single Low Oblique Aerial Image (7516)

Habtemicael Weldegiorgis (Eritrea):
Land Tenure in Eritrea (7442)

Ahmet Yilmaz and Hulya Demir (Turkey):
Evaluation of Turkish Land Readjustment (7500)

FIG Congress 2014 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 16-21 June, 2014
 
Mohd Azwan Abbas, Halim Setan, Zulkepli Majid (Malaysia), Albert K. Chong (Australia) and Derek D. Lichti (Canada):
The Effect of Datum Constraints for Terrestrial Laser Scanners Self-Calibration (6909)

Mohd Sidek Abd Ghafar and Fuziah Abu Hanifah (Malaysia):
MyGeoOntology – An Information-Focused Geospatial Ontology for SDI towards Knowledge Interoperability (6874)

Hussein Abd-Elmotaal (Egypt):
Egyptian Geoid using Ultra High-Degree Tailored Geopotential Model (6856)

Ashraf Abdullah, Abdullah Hisam Omar, Chan Keat Lim, Zakaria Mat Arof and Hasan Jamil (Malaysia):
The Development of Marine Cadastre Conceptual Model for Malaysia (6866)

Behnam Alizadehashrafi and Siddique Ullah Baig (Malaysia):
Framework for Malaysian 3D SDI in CityGML (6899)

Siti Nur Afiqah Aman and Zulkiflee Abd Latif (Malaysia):
Spatial mapping of tropical landslides area using LiDAR (6938)

Isaac Boateng (United Kingdom):
Assessing Climate Change Induced Displacements and Its Potential Impacts on Climate Refugees: How Can Surveyors Help with Adaptation? (6779)

Siti Nor Afzan Buyadi, Wan Mohd Naim Wan Mohd and Alamah Misni (Malaysia):
Quantifying Green Space Cooling Effects on the Urban Microclimate using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques (6897)

Teng Chee Hua, Mohd Yunus Mohd Yusoff and Nur Zurairah Abdul Halim (Malaysia):
The Development of 3D City Model for Putrajaya MPC Database (6816)

Suelynn Choy, Yong Li, Thomas Grinter (Australia), Yaka Wakabayashi (Japan) and Mohammad Choudhury (Australia):
Performance of Real-Time Precise Point Positioning Using MADOCA-LEX Augmentation messages (6906)

Akajiaku Chukwuocha and Ngozi Ac-Chukwuocha (Nigeria):
From Spot Heights to Cell Heights: the Processing and Dynamics of the Digital Elevation Model Data Structures (6916)

Dino Dragun, Ana Gavran and Car Vedran (Croatia):
Hydrographic Survey of the River Drava Branches in the Process of Revitalization, Flood Control and Morphological Monitoring (6869)

Edward Duncan and Bernad Siew (Malaysia):
A Geometric-Topologic Exemplification for 3D Cadastre (6913)

Mehmet Ertas (Turkey):
Using Bare Valuation Method in Valuation of Rural Area (6850)

Don Grant, Mark Dyer and Anselm Haanen (New Zealand):
A New Zealand Strategy for Cadastre 2034 (6845)

M.d.e.k. Gunathilaka (Sri Lanka) and Mohd Razali Mahmud (Malaysia):
Ceaseless Tidal Zoning for Straits of Malacca using Spatial Interpolation (6921)

Alireza Hamedianfar, Helmi Zulhaidi Mohd Shafri, Shattri Mansor and Noordin Ahmad (Malaysia):
Detailed Urban Object-Based Classifications from Worldview-2 Imagery and LiDAR Data: Supervised Vs. Fuzzy Rule-Based (6795)

Isa Hamid-Mosaku, Mohd Razali Mahmud and Mohd Safie Mohd (Malaysia):
Marine activities and Delineation Zones: In the context of Marine Geospatial Data Infrastructure (MGDI) decision (6890)

Mazlan Hashim, Siew Wei Jaw and Samsudin Ahmad (Malaysia):
A Conceptual Framework for Underground Utility Mapping Accuracy Assessment Using Ground Penetrating Radar (6833)

Mazlan Hashim, Mohd Syafiq Shukor (Malaysia), Shinya Numata (Japan), Samsudin Ahmad and Syarifuddin Misbari (Malaysia):
Mapping and Modelling of Animal Diversity Index in Green Campus Using Integrated Geospatial Technique and In-Situ Camera Trapping (6807)

Maria Henriques, Ana Fonseca, Dora Roque, José Lima and João Marnoto (Portugal):
Assessment Quality of an Uav-Based Orthomosaic and Surface Model of a Breakwater (6951)

Severin Heuboeck and Retscher Guenther (Austria):
Agricultural Forest Applications and Boundary Surveys Using Low-cost High Sensitivity GPS (HS-GPS) Receivers (6812)

Juhana Hiironen, Kirsikka Niukkanen, Juha Ohrankämmen and Ari Laitala (Finland):
'margin of Error' in Property Valuations – Is There a Need for Safety Margins in Compulsory Acquisitions? (6819)

Saiful Aman Hj Sulaiman, Kamaluddin Hj Talib, Othman Mohd Yusof, Jasmee Jaafar and Mat Akhir Md Wazir (Malaysia):
Geoid Model Estimation Without Additive Correction Using KTH Approach for Peninsular Malaysia (6809)

Kamaluddin Hj Talib, Saiful Aman Hj Sulaiman, Mohd Zainee Zainal, Jasmee Jaafar and Azahari Mohamed (Malaysia):
Absolute & Relative GPS Orthometric Heights Using Regional Fitted Geoid (6810)

Nurul H Idris, Fathin Nazri (Malaysia), Mike Jackson (United Kingdom), Mohamad Said and Mohamad H I Ishak (Malaysia):
Semi-Automated Metadata Detection for Assessing the Credibility of Map Mashup (6900)

Jaafar Jasmee, Suriati Juhari and Roslina Idris (Malaysia):
Enhancement of Parcel Based Spatial Information Via Quick Response (QR) Code (6861)

Norhaya Kamarudin and Dzurllkanian Daud (Malaysia):
Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal(CAMA)Application for Property Tax Administration Improvement in Malaysia (6855)

Naveen Kariyawasam, Simitkumar Raval and Ali Shamsoddini (Australia):
Incorporating Remote Sensing as a Tool to Assist Rehabilitation Monitoring in a Dolomite Mining Operation in South Australia (6966)

Ting Kien Hwa (Malaysia):
Retail Market Studies for the Capital Market: Form Versus Substance (6792)

Edward Kwesi, Peter Ekow Baffoe, Kwame Tenadu and Jones Ofori Boadu (Ghana):
Challenges of Land Acquisition the in the Mining Communities of Tarkwa, Ghana (6950)

Tan Liat Choon and Looi Kam Seng (Malaysia):
Developing Infrastructure Framework to Facilitate the Malaysian Multipurpose 3d Cadastre (6794)

Mengchan Lim and Halim Setan (Malaysia):
A Practical Deformation Monitoring Procedure and Software System for Cors Coordinate Monitoring (6838)

Gyneth Magiri and Geoffrry Cheruiyot (Kenya):
Geographical Information System Based Valaution Roll for Optimal Land Taxation in Nairobi City County (6800)

Vince Mangioni (Australia):
Modernising Compensation Principles for the Regeneration of Land Uses in Highly Urbanised Locations (6844)

Shattri Mansor and Habibeh Valizadeh Alvan (Malaysia):
Earthquake Precursor from Satellite Imagery: Signals or Just Noise? (6885)

Audrey Martin, Kevin Mooney and Eugene McGovern (Ireland):
Development of a New Msc in Geospatial Engineering (6864)

Edi Meier (Switzerland), Rudolf Widmer-Schnidrig (Germany) and Christophe Nussbaum (Switzerland):
Deformations and global forces: Seismic and Hydrostatic Leveling records in the « Mont Terri » rock laboratory (Switzerland) (6887)

Nor Ashikin Mohamed Yusof and Mohd Yunus Mohd Yusoff (Malaysia):
Level of Readiness of Malaysian Surveying Professionals in Facing Liberalization (6818)

Tajul Ariffin Musa, Abdullah Hisam Omar, Ivin Amri Musliman, Siti Syukriah Khamdan and Yip Kit Meng (Malaysia):
RFID-Based Cadastral Boundary Mark System (RCBMS) (6865)

Masakuni Nakayama, Bhuwneshwar Prasad Sah, Raghunath Jha, Senthil Selvaraj (Japan) and Yakubu Mohamed (Ghana):
GNSS Supported Survey and Open Source Web GIS for Forest Inventory and Its Management (6876)

Enrico Paringit, Louie Balicanta and Czar Jakiri Sarmiento (Philippines):
Survey Requirements for River Flood Assessment and Spatial Planning: Experiences from LiDAR and River Hydrographic Measurements in the Philippines (6785)

Godwill Tamunobiekiri Pepple (Nigeria):
Temporal Deforestation Assessment Survey of Wetlands in Port Harcourt City Local Government Area, Rivers State, Nigeria. (6780)

Biswajeet Pradhan and Omar F. Alahuwaynee (Malaysia):
Ensemble of Data-Driven EBF Model with Knowledge Based AHP Model for Slope Failure Assessment in GIS Using Cluster Pattern Inventory (6811)

Khamarrul Razak, Rozaimi Che Hasan, Mohd Azwan Abbas, Lau Chong Luh and Zulkepli Majid (Malaysia):
Topographic Laser Scanning of Landslide Geomorphology System: Some Practical and Critical Issues (6939)

Guenther Retscher (Austria):
The Fourth Layer in Collaborative Navigation – Going Underground (6832)

Mohd Sanusi S. Ahamad and Mohamad Yusry Abu Bakar (Malaysia):
GIS Based Prescriptive Model for Solving Optimal Land Allocation (6783)

Siti Aekbal Salleh and Andy Chan (Malaysia):
Land Surface Albedo Determination: Remote Sensing, Ground and Statistical Validation (6910)

Siti Aekbal Salleh, Eran Sadek Said Md. Sadek and Wan Mohd Naim Wan Mohd (Malaysia):
The Panoramic VR Integration of Web-based GIS Residential Property Marketing Information System (WGPMIS) (6915)

Benjamin Schnitzer and Tine Koehler (Germany):
Urban Mining – a Geospatial data challenge (6946)

Robin Seet (Malaysia), David Forrest and Jim Hansom (United Kingdom):
Determining the Maritime Baseline for Marine Cadastre (6839)

Dhakal Shital (Nepal) and Dennis M. Fox (France):
GIS Modeling of Impact of Forest Fire in Runoff Pattern in a Mediterranean Catchment (6841)

Chengxi Bernad Siew and Khairul Hafiz Sharkawi (Malaysia):
A Tightly-coupled XML encoder-decoder for 3D Data Transaction: A City Modelling Scenario (6903)

Michael Sutherland (Canada), Keith Miller, Dexter Davis, Amit Seeram and Demi Singh (Trinidad And Tobago):
Modeling Projections of Potential Sea Level Rise Impacts on Some Caribbean Communities: Is it Worth the Effort? (6928)

Renoald Tang, Halim Setan and Zulkepli Majid (Malaysia):
Hybrid Technique for Three-Dimensional Modeling from Close Range Laser Scanner’s Point Clouds (6871)

Mohammad Zakri Tarmidi, Abdul Rashid Mohamed Shariff, Zelina Zaiton Ibrahim, Ahmad Rodzi Mahmud and Abdul Halim Hamzah (Malaysia):
Issues and Challenges in Managing Malaysia’s Marine Spatial Information Sharing (6796)

Hrvoje Tomić, Siniša Mastelić, Ivić and Miodrag Roić (Croatia):
Transparent Valuation as a Planning Support for Just Land Management System (LMS) (6891)

Uznir Ujang, Alias Abdul Rahman (Malaysia) and François Anton (Denmark):
An Approach of Instigating 3D City Model in Urban Air Pollution Modeling for Sustainable Urban Development in Malaysia (6882)

Paul Van Der Molen (Netherlands):
Engaging the Challenge of Rapid Urbanization and Slum Upgrading and Enhancing the Role of Land Surveyors (6929)

Manohar Velpuri and Anusha Pidugu (Singapore):
City Biodiversity index and its linkage to Real estate pricing (6956)

Styliani Verykokou and Babis Ioannidis (Greece):
3d Visualization Through Planar Pattern Based Augmented Reality (6814)

Kauko Viitanen (Finland) and Vince Mangioni (Australia):
Valuing Land for Land Tax Purposes in Highly Urbanized Cities (6870)

Habtemicael Weldegiorgis (Eritrea):
The Eritrean Notary Public in the Context of Global Notaries System (6764)

Nur Amalina Zulkifli, Alias Abdul Rahman, Hasan Jamil, Chee Hua Teng (Malaysia) and Peter Van Oosterom, TAN Liat Choon, LOOI Kam Seng, CHAN Keat Lim (Netherlands):
Towards Malaysian LADM Country Profile for 2D and 3D Cadastral Registration System (6924)

FIG Working Week 2013 – Abuja, Nigeria May 6-10, 2013
 
Joseph Obaje Ataguba (Nigeria):
Land Management Gaps Accounting for Persistent Open-Air Trading in Rural Markets of North-Central Nigeria (6435)

Innocent C. Ezeomedo and Joel Igbokwe (Nigeria):
Mapping and Analysis of Landuse and Landcover for Sustainable Development Using High Resolution Satellite Images and GIS Technique (6421)

Tarun Ghawana (India), Joao Hespanha (Portugal), Pradeep Khandelwal (India) and Peter Van Oosterom (Netherlands):
3D Cadastral Complexities in Dense Urban Areas of Developing countries: Case Studies from Delhi and Satellite Towns (6429)

Martin Hagai and Eric Mwaikambo, PhD Candidate (Tanzania):
The Role of Land Information System in Instigating Spatial Enablement of Society and National SDI Development in Tanzania (6445)

Pasi Häkli, Ulla Kallio and Jyrki Puupponen (Finland):
From Passive to Active Control Point Networks – Evaluation of Accuracy in Static GPS Surveying (6446)

Juhana Hiironen and Kirsikka Niukkanen (Finland):
Possibilities to Reduce Nutrient Loads to Water System in Land Consolidations (6431)

David Ayock Ishaya, Daniel Dabo and Mohammed Bature (Nigeria):
A Comparative Analysis of Income Producing Potentials of Leisure Properties (Empirical Evidence) Kaduna, Nigeria (6444)

Iyenemi Ibimina Kakulu, Simeon Igbara, Isaac Akuru and Nekabari Paul Visigah (Nigeria):
Land Access and Community Entry Challenges in Environmental Surveys - Selected cases from the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria (6382)

Chan Kh (Hong Kong SAR, China):
Assessing Sustainable Higher Education for Surveying and Construction (6436)

David Mitchell (Australia):
How an Effective Spatial Data Infrastructure Can Support Land Administration in Vietnam? (6440)

David Mitchell, Director, Land Centre and Matt Myers (Australia):
Land Valuation and Taxation: Key Tools for Disaster Risk Management (6441)

Victor, Chukwuemeka Nnam, John, Okwor Nnam and Uchechukwu Godwin Nnam (Nigeria):
Assessment of Urban Development using Supervised Classification of Remotely Sensed Imageries and GIS, A Case Study of Independence Layout (Part of), Enugu, Nigeria (6388)

Ismail Ojetunde (Nigeria):
Revisiting the Interaction between the Nigerian Residential Property Market and the Macroeconomy (6466)

Olufemi Oyedele (Nigeria):
Construction Project Financing for Sustainable Development of Nigerian Cities (6398)

FIG Working Week 2012 – Rome, Italy May 6-10, 2012
 
Zelalem Yirga Adamu (Ethiopia):
Institutional Analysis of Condominium Management System in Amhara Region: The Case of Bahir Dar City (5531)

Daniel Weldegebriel Ambaye (Ethiopia):
Land Rights in Ethiopia (5521)

Armands Auzins and Edvins Kapostins (Latvia):
New Land Management Law for Providing a Sustainable Land Management in the Republic of Latvia (5492)

Rohan Bennett (Netherlands), Abbas Rajabifard, Ian Williamson and Jude Wallace (Australia):
Nations Need National Land Administration Infrastructures (5475)

Rohan Bennett (Netherlands), Nilofer Tambuwala, Abbas Rajabifard, Ian Williamson and Jude Wallace (Australia):
Contemporary Land Administration: The Importance of Being Infrastructure (5477)

K Chan (Hong Kong SAR, China):
Protecting the Environment through Waste Minimization (5519)

Gomaa Dawod (Egypt), Khalid Al-Ghamdi, Meraj Mirza and Ramze Elzahrany (Saudi Arabia):
GIS Evaluation of Urban Growth and Flood Hazards: A Case Study of Makkah City, Saudi Arabia (5479)

Siniša Delčev, Vukan Ogrizović and Jelena Gučević (Serbia):
Historical Review of Measurements Using Invar Wires in Serbia (5546)

Mohamed Elsobeiey and Ahmed El-Rabbany (Canada):
An Improved GPS-Based Precise Point Positioning Model (5569)

Oren Gal and Yerach Doytsher (Israel):
Spatial 3D Analysis of Built-up Areas (5487)

Tarun Ghawana (India), João Hespanha (Portugal) and Jaap Zevenbergen (Netherlands):
Application of Land Administration Domain Model to Recognition of Indigenous Community Rights in Indian Forests - Indian Forest Rights Act, 2006, examined with its Spatial Dimension (5562)

Liza Groenendijk, Rohan Bennett, Paul Van Der Molen and Jaap Zevenbergen (Netherlands):
Land Administration an Academic Discipline: To Be or Not to Be (5559)

Richard Grover and Christine Grover (United Kingdom):
Influences on the Strength of Property Rights (5583)

Maria Henriques, José Lima and Sérgio Oliveira (Portugal):
Measuring Inclinations in Cabril Dam with an Optoelectronic Sensor (5507)

Christian Hickel and Jörg Blankenbach (Germany):
From Local SDI to E-Government - Case Study in Municipalities in the South of Hesse (5553)

Juhana Hiironen and Kirsikka Niukkanen (Finland):
Land Consolidation and Its Effect on Climate (5555)

Fatiha Ibannain (Morocco):
Ontology for Reference Geographical Data Facing the Challenge of Applications Diversity (5543)

Borvorn Israngkura Na Ayudhya (Thailand):
Factors Causing Delay in Payment of Residential Building Projects in Thailand (5480)

Ulla Kallio, Hannu Koivula, Sonja Nyberg, Paavo Rouhiainen and Veikko Saarinen (Finland):
GNSS Antenna Offset Field Test in Metsähovi (5580)

Ulrike Klein and Hartmut Mueller (Germany):
Humans and Environment: Cause and Effect Analysis Supported by Spatial Data Infrastructures (5585)

Małgorzata Krajewska and Kinga Szopińska (Poland):
Noise Level in Relation to Real Estate Prices in Poland (5538)

Edward Kurwakumire (Zimbabwe) and Nyaradzo Chaminama (Netherlands):
An Analysis of Data Handling Techniques in Zimbabwe (5502)

Phuong Thuy Le (Viet Nam), Jaap Zevenbergen, Christiaan Lemmen, Harry Uitermark (Netherlands) and Quoc Binh Tran (Viet Nam):
Investigating the Conformity between the Land Administration Domain Model and the Vietnamese Land Administration System (5545)

Tan Liat Choon and Khadijah Hussin (Malaysia):
Establishing 3D Property Rights in Malaysia (5599)

Vince Mangioni (Australia), Kauko Viitanen, Heidi Falkenbach and Tuomo Sipilä (Finland):
Three Dimensional Property Rights and (Stratum) Reassembly: A Critique of Two Emerging Cities (5560)

Vince Mangioni (Australia):
Land Value Taxation - Meeting the Principles of 'Good Tax Design' (5486)

Audrey Martin and Eugene McGovern (Ireland):
An Evaluation of the Performance of Network RTK GNSS Services in Ireland (5582)

Krishna Mochtar (Indonesia):
Marketing Expenses of Indonesian Contractors (5478)

Lazarus Ojigi (Nigeria):
Cadastral Information and Adherence to Statutory Conditions in Right of Occupancy vis-à-vis Development Control in Minna, Nigeria (5577)

Bjørn Ragnvald Pettersen (Norway):
The Introduction of Geodesy and Astronomy as an Academic Discipline in Norway in 1814 (5497)

Chryssy Potsiou and Ifigenie Boulaka (Greece):
Informal Development in Greece: the Estimation of the Dead Capital, the new Legislation for Formalization and the Chances for Legalization (5514)

Ewa Sieminska and Malgorzata Rymarzak (Poland):
Bank Risk in Real Estate Finances in Poland (5495)

Chengxi Bernad Siew and Alias Abdul Rahman (Malaysia):
Compression Techniques for 3D SDI (5579)

Nilofer Tambuwala, Abbas Rajabifard (Australia), Rohan Bennett (Netherlands), Jude Wallace and Ian Williamson (Australia):
Authoritative Land Information and Australian Property Markets (5542)

Dimo Todorovski, Jaap Zevenbergen and Paul Van Der Molen (Netherlands):
Can Land Administration in Post-Conflict Environment Facilitate the Post-Conflict State Building? – a Research Problem (5557)

Muhibuddin Usamah (Indonesia), David Mitchell and John Handmer (Australia):
Perceptions of Tenure Security in Camalig Municipality in the Philippines (5550)

Olivera Vasovic, Zagorka Gospavic and Goran Cirovic (Serbia):
Institutional Framework for Development of Real Estate Market in the Republic of Serbia (5541)

Manohar Velpuri (Singapore) and Fabio Pinna (Italy):
Real Estate Indices as a Barometer of Stable Real Estate Returns and Predictor of Real Estate Risks During Real Estate Boom or Burst Cycles (5526)

Ponn Virulrak (Thailand):
Parking Variance: New Legal Paradigm for Bangkok Hotel Development (4870)

Habtemicael Weldegiorgis (Eritrea):
The Challenges of Developing Cadastreal System in Eritrea (5581)

Anna Wojewnik-Filipkowska (Poland):
Public Private Arrangements in City Revitalization Projects (5518)

FIG Working Week 2011 – Marrakech, Morocco May 18-22, 2011
 
Muyiwa Agunbiade, Abbas Rajabifard and Rohan Bennett (Australia):
Land Administration for Housing Production: Drivers, Concepts and Analytical Tools (4809)

Ali Aien, Abbas Rajabifard, Mohsen Kalantari and Ian Williamson (Australia):
Aspects of 3D Cadastre - A Case Study in Victoria (4935)

Rami Al Ruzouq, Abdullah Al Zoubi, Abdrahman Abueladas and Emad Akawwi (Jordan):
Hazard Mapping Along the Dead Sea Shoreline (5037)

Daniel Weldegebriel Ambaye (Ethiopia):
Informal Settlement in Ethiopia, the Case of Two Kebeles in Bahir Dar City (5096)

Adebakin Asaju and Mary Ajayi (Nigeria):
Path to Sustainable Development: The Estate Surveyors and Valuer's Perspectives (5105)

Olusegun Badejo and Peter Nwilo (Nigeria):
Oil Spill Model for Oil Pollution Control (5005)

Rohan Bennett, Abbas Rajabifard, Ian Williamson, Jude Wallace and Brian Marwick (Australia):
A National Vision for Australian Land Registries (4851)

Mazher Choudhury and Chris Rizos (Australia):
Test Results of Locata Technology for Deformation Monitoring (4928)

Gomaa Dawod, Meraj Mirza and Khalid Al-Ghamdi (Saudi Arabia):
Simple Precise Coordinates Transformations for Geomatics Applications in Makkah Metropolitan Area, Saudi Arabia (4953)

Peter Dent (United Kingdom) and Mouaiad Al-Omari (Jordan):
How Land Administration Systems Determining Land Market Efficiency (5181)

Rishiraj Dutta (Netherlands):
Remote Sensing a Tool to Measure and Monitor Tea Plantations in Northeast India (5113)

Jelena Gučević, Siniša Delčev and Vukan Ogrizović (Serbia):
Determining Temperature Dependence of Collimation Error of Digital Level Leica DNA 03 (4993)

Rene Gudat (Germany):
Going West or Going East - Fundamental Changes in the German Property Tax System (5026)

John Hannah, Rob Bell and Ryan Paulik (New Zealand):
Auckland: A Case Study in the Regional Assessment of Long-Term Sea Level Change (4854)

Borvorn Israngkura Na Ayudhya (Thailand):
Appraisal of Common Dispute Problems over Residential Building Projects in Hong Kong (4788)

Alexander Kohli (Switzerland):
Sustainable Land Management based on Fast Approach Cadastral Documentation (5117)

Grzegorz Lenda and Marcin Ligas (Poland):
Splines and Kriging - The Use of Two Methods for Shell Structures Shape Analysis (4907)

Christian Lukianto and Harald Sternberg (Germany):
Overview of Current Indoor Navigation Techniques and Implementation Studies (5102)

Ignacio Menéndez Pidal and Pedro J. Cavero Abad (Spain):
Integration of Cooperation for Development in Survey Engineering Curricula at the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) Framework (5064)

David Mitchell (Australia), Jaap Zevenbergen, Christiaan Lemmen and Paul Van Der Molen (Netherlands):
Land Administration for REDD+ and Voluntary Carbon Market Projects (5044)

Krishna Mochtar (Indonesia):
Technology Innovation Management in Indonesia Construction (5012)

Siddique Motala (South Africa):
Constructive Alignment of an Introductory University Geographic Information Systems Course (4872)

George Pantazis and Konstantinos Nikolitsas (Greece):
Assessing the Use of the "Light" Laser Scanners and the Monte Carlo Technique for the Geometric Documentation (5073)

Enrico Paringit (Philippines):
The Use of Geospatial Information and the Role of Surveyors in Meeting the Challenges of Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation: The Case of the Archipelagic Nation the Philippines (5196)

Frances Plimmer and William J McCluskey (United Kingdom):
Sustainability and Property Taxation (4869)

Khamarrul Azahari Razak, Cees Van Westen, Menno Straatsma and Steven De Jong (Netherlands):
Mapping of Elements at Risk for Landslides in the Tropics Using Airborne Laser Scanning (4874)

Malgorzata Renigier-Bilozor, Radoslaw Wisniewski and Marek Walacik (Poland):
Real Estate Markets in Poland – Analysis of Subsystem Structure (4975)

Chris Rizos, Yong Li, Nonie Politi, Joel Barnes and Nunzio Gambale (Australia):
Locata: A New Constellation for High Accuracy Outdoor and Indoor Positioning (4917)

Daniel Roman and Neil Weston (USA):
OPUS-Database: Supplemental Data for Better Datum Conversion Models (4860)

Richard Stanaway and Craig Roberts (Australia):
Rigid Plate Transformations to Support PPP and Absolute Positioning in Africa (4858)

Dimo Todorovski (Macedonia, FYR):
Characteristics of Post-conflict Land Administration with Focus on the Status of Land Records in Such Environment (5016)

Ernest Uwayezu and Theodomir Mugiraneza (Rwanda):
Land Reform Policy in Rwanda and Land Tenure Security for all Citizens: Provision and Recognition of Women’s Rights over Land (4914)

Marek Walacik and Sabina Źróbek (Poland):
Comparative Study on International Compulsory Purchase Compensation Solutions in Accordance to FAO Principles of Equity and Equivalence (4799)

Li Zhang and Schwieger Volker (Germany):
Real Time Quality Assurance Indexes for Residential House Construction Processes (4888)

FIG Congress 2010 – Sydney, Australia April 11-16, 2010
 
Sabina Źróbek and Marek Walacik (Poland):
Compulsory Purchase Compensation in Polish Legislation on a Background Solutions Adopted in Other Countries (4028)

Shewakena Aytenfisu Abab and Melkamu Belachew Moges (Ethiopia):
Facing the Challenges in Building Sustainable Land Managment Capacity in Ethiopia (4051)

Xu Aigong and Askey Harinda Lakmal (China, PR):
Logical Process Modeling of Spatio – Temporal Application (3872)

Wilfred Anim-Odame (Ghana), Tony Key and Simon Stevenson (United Kingdom):
The Nascent Real Estate Investment Market in Ghana (3830)

Anthony Arko-Adjei (Ghana), Arbind Tuladhar, Jitske De Jong and Jaap Zevenbergen (Netherlands):
Customary Tenure Institutions and Good Governance (4279)

Rohan Bennett, Abbas Rajabifard, Mohsen Kalantari, Jude Wallace and Ian Williamson (Australia):
Cadastral Futures: Building a New Vision for the Nature and Role of Cadastres (4096)

Volker Böder (Germany):
Applications for a Hydrographic Multi Sensor System on Lakes and Rivers (3962)

Glenn Campbell and Jim Liddle (Australia):
The Implementation of a Competency Based Assessment System for Applicants for a Restrictive Licence for Cadastral Surveying (4469)

Tayfun Cay and Fatih Iscan (Turkey):
Application of Fuzzy Logic in Land Consolidation Activities (4351)

Arnaud Deshogues, Pierre-Yves Gillieron and Bertrand Merminod (Switzerland):
Enhancement of Geomatics Education by Using Internet Based Techniques (4157)

Moha El-ayachi, Elhassan Semlali, Mohamed Ettarid and Driss Tahiri (Morocco):
An Object Model of a Multipurpose Cadastral Information System with the Object Oriented Approach - A Case Study (3953)

Moha El-ayachi (Morocco):
Toward a Virtual Academic Consortium to Promote Land Information Sciences in Africa (4232)

Chijioke Eze (Nigeria):
Integration of Geographic Information System in Planning and Management of Industrial Developments in Nigeria (3749)

Kate Fairlie and Spike Boydell (Australia):
Representing Carbon Property Rights (4224)

Andrew Daniel Finegan (Australia):
Making Sense of Wicked Projects (4014)

Simon Fuller, Eldar Rubinov, Phil Collier and Seager James (Australia):
Integrated Quality Indicators and Stochastic Modelling for Real-Time Positioning: Overview and Implementation (4145)

Narsimha Garlapati, Mustak Shaikh and Mick Dwyer (Australia):
Building the Capacity to Access Spatial Information about the Extent of Riparian Vegetation in New South Wales,Australia (4070)

Tarun Ghawana (India), João Paulo Hespanha (Portugal), Jaap Zevenbergen and Peter Van Oosterom (Netherlands):
Groundwater Management in Land Administration: A Spatio-temporal Perspective (4298)

Mahmoud Gomah and John Trinder (Australia):
Support Vector Machines Based Filtering of Lidar Data (4063)

Joshua Greenfeld (Israel):
Developing a Surveying Body of Knowledge (4372)

Rene Gudat (Germany):
Collections of the Property Market Data for the Valuation Process – An German Approach in an International Context (4029)

John Hannah (New Zealand):
The Problems and Challenges in Using Tide Gauges to Monitor Long-term sea Level Change (3786)

Muhammad Imzan Hassan and Alias Abdul Rahman (Malaysia):
Malaysian Integrated 3D Cadastre Registration System (4212)

Kelly Henderson (Australia):
Planning for the Greatest Good: A Case Study of William Light's 'Plan of the City and District of Adelaide, South Australia', and Potential World Heritage Values (4505)

William Henning (USA):
Real Time Network Guidelines from NOAA’s National Geodetic Survey (3772)

Volker Janssen, Thomas Grinter, Craig Roberts and Michael Troth (Australia):
Improving Cadastral Infrastructure with RTK GPS in Australia (3825)

Ida Jazayeri, Simon Cronk and Clive Fraser (Australia):
Automated Object Reconstruction and Modelling via Multi-Image Close-Range Photogrammetry (4393)

Michiel Jellema (Netherlands):
Strategic Position Model Geo-ICT Function: Facing the Challenge of Organizational Alignment (3907)

Jorma Jokela, Pasi Häkli (Finland), Rupert Kugler, Helmut Skorpil and Michael Matus (Austria):
Calibration of the BEV Geodetic Baseline (3873)

Abdelrazik Kandeil and Mohamed K. Hassan (Egypt):
Hand-Over Process Improvement in Large Construction Projects (4301)

Seija Kotilainen and Heikki Seppänen (Finland):
A Study on the Experiences of Arable Land Owners on Land Rearrangement - Project-related Land Consolidation with a Public Road Project at Pajuneva in Finland (3990)

Anna Krelle and Rajabifard Abbas (Australia):
Cadastre 2014: New Challenges and Direction (4027)

Wing Yiu, Anthony Lai (Hong Kong SAR, China):
Assessing Training Needs for Building Surveying Practitioners (4521)

Steve Yau Wah Lam (Hong Kong SAR, China):
Work-Integrated Geomatics Higher Education in Hong Kong (4359)

Chee Yin Lee, David Silcock, Lucas Holden and Sue Lynn Choy (Australia):
GPS Surveys within Falls Creek: Implementation and Processing for Aerial Photography (4434)

Raphael Legouge (France), Rangsima Sunila, Kirsi Virrantaus and Hannes Seppänen (Finland):
Risk and Vulnerability Analysis in the Gulf of Finland (4195)

Binghao Li, Andrew G. Dempster and Chris Rizos (Australia):
Positioning in Environments Where GPS Fails (4357)

Tuuli Luoma, Jessica Niemi, Peggie Rothe and Anna-Liisa Lindholm (Finland):
Office Occupiers’ Real Estate Attributes – Identifying Occupiers’ Preferences (4018)

Vince Mangioni (Australia):
The Evolution and Operation of Recurrent Property Taxation (4385)

Kevin McDougall and Dev Raj Paudyal (Australia):
Spatial Data Infrastructure for Pro-poor Land Management (4171)

Kevin McDougall (Australia):
From Silos to Networks – Will Users Drive Spatial Data Infrastructures in the Future? (4137)

Simon Mclean (United Kingdom):
Pedagogy of Using Industrial Simulation in Surveying Education: A Study of Two Models Run at Sheffield Hallam University, 2008/9 (3769)

Mario Miler, Drazen Odobasic and Damir Medak (Croatia):
Efficient Web-GIS Solution based on Open Source Technologies: Case-Study of Urban Planning and Management of the City of Zagreb, Croatia (4291)

David Mitchell (Australia):
Reducing Vulnerability to Natural Disasters in the Asia Pacific through Enhanced Tenure Security (4127)

Timothy Nuttens, Alain De Wulf, Lander Bral, Bart De Wit and Leen Carlier (Belgium):
High Resolution Terrestrial Laser Scanning for Tunnel Deformation Measurements (4497)

Chima Ogba and Pius Utang (Nigeria):
Geospatial Evaluation of Niger Delta Coastal Susceptibility to Climate Change (4039)

Hamed Olfat, Abbas Rajabifard and Mohsen Kalantari (Australia):
Automatic Spatial Metadata Update: A New Approach (4079)

Jens-André Paffenholz, Hamza Alkhatib and Hansjörg Kutterer (Germany):
Adaptive Extended Kalman Filter for Geo-Referencing of a TLS-based Multi-Sensor-System (4052)

Suvi Panschin and Arvo Vitikainen (Finland):
Land Consolidation and Agricultural Traffic – Instrument for Calculating the Traffic Volume (4179)

Cristodoulos Psaltis and Charalabos Ioannidis (Greece):
Supervised Change Detection on Simulated Data Employing Support Vector Machines (4236)

Alexander Reiterer (Austria), Taher Hassan and Naser El-Sheimy (Canada):
Automated Traffic Sign Detection for Modern Driver Assitance Systems (3828)

Alexander Reiterer, Peter Rautek and Eduard Groeller (Austria):
A Novel Method for the Visualization of Deformation Data (3829)

Eldar Rubinov, Simon Fuller, Phil Collier and James Seager (Australia):
Implementation of Real-Time Quality Control Procedures for Network RTK GNSS Positioning (4151)

Juergen Schweitzer, Bimin Zheng, Volker Schwieger and Detlev Kosmann (Germany):
Evaluation of the TanDEM-X Digital Elevation Model by PPP GPS - Analysis and Intermediate Results (4045)

Peter Smith (Australia):
Quantity Surveying Practice in Australia and the Asia-Pacific Region (4312)

Håvard Steinsholt (Norway):
Some Aspects of Norwegian Expropriation Input to Comparative Study of Chosen Expropriation Issues: Germany, Norway and Poland (4307)

Mick Strack (New Zealand):
Property Rights for a New World: Adapting to an Ethic of Sustainability (4149)

Cecep Subarya, Hasanuddin Abidin, Wedyanto Kuncoro and Joni Efendi (Indonesia):
GPS Analysis Strategies to Minimize the Error Contribution to Geodetic GPS Determination (4319)

Heri Sutanta, Abbas Rajabifard and Ian Bishop (Australia):
Studying Spatial Plan in Coastal Urban Environment – Facing Global Threat and Adapting to Local Condition (4156)

Chan Tai, Stephen Farrell and Glenn Frankish (Australia):
The National Data Grid: a Development Model for Grid Cell Data Infrastructure (4464)

Ela Vela, Luka Babić, Almin Đapo, Branko Kordić and Boško Pribičević (Croatia):
Terrestrial Laser Scanning for the Digital Preservation of a Croatian Historical Village “Dobranje” (4492)

Jesus Velasco, Juan Prieto, Tomas Herrero and Jose Fabrega (Spain):
Drilling a 25 km Tunnel for High Speed Railway in Spain (4542)

Habtemicael Weldegiorgis (Eritrea):
The Challenges of Developing Cadastreal System in Eritrea (3774)

Jennifer Whittal (South Africa) and Susan Jones (New Zealand):
Locating the Positions of the Original Cape Farms of the 1660’s – a Demonstration of Cadastral Reconstruction Using Regular Techniques and GIS Cadastral Fabrics (4026)

Sara Wilkinson and Richard Reed (Australia):
Student Perceptions of Surveying and Built Environment Professional Bodies: An International Comparison (3797)

James M.W. Wong and S. Thomas Ng (Hong Kong SAR, China):
Company Failure in the Construction Industry: A Critical Review and a Future Research Agenda (4360)

Jung Hum Yu (Republic of Korea) and Linlin Ge (Australia):
Digital Elevation Model Generation Using Ascending and Descending Multi-baseline ALOS/PALSAR Radar Images (4086)

Philipp Zeimetz and Heiner Kuhlmann (Germany):
Validation of the Laboratory Calibration of Geodetic Antennas based on GPS Measurements (4308)

Kefei Zhang, Erjiang Fu, Gang-Jun Liu, Stuart Whitman and Ming Zhu (Australia):
Action Research for a New e-Learning GPS/Surveying Platform (4154)

Alina Zrobek-Rozanska and Ryszard Zrobek (Poland):
Issues of Efficiency in Public Real Estate Resources Management (3654)

FIG Regional Conference – Hanoi, Vietnam October 18-22, 2009
 
Frances Plimmer (United Kingdom):
Responsible Property Investment: Making a Difference (3610)

FIG Working Week 2009 – Eilat, Israel May 3-8, 2009
 
Naranchimeg Bagdai (Mongolia), Anne Van Der Veen, Paul Van Der Molen and Arbind Tuladhar (Netherlands):
Transparency as a Solution for Uncertainty in Land Privatization (A pilot study for Mongolia) (3345)

Brian J Coutts (New Zealand):
Discipline Issues for Licensed Cadastral Surveyors in New Zealand (3332)

Sinisa Delcev, Vukan Ogrizovic, Violeta Vasilic and Jelena Gucevic (Serbia):
Accuracy Testing of RTK Service of the Permanent Station Network in the Republic of Serbia (3354)

Gilad Even-Tzur (Israel):
Two-Steps Analysis of Movement of the Kfar-Hanassi Network (3382)

Heidi Falkenbach and Kaisa Laatikainen (Finland):
Development of Brokerage for Commercial Premises in the Finnish Real Estate Markets (3298)

Jayanta Kumar Ghosh and Devanjan Bhattacharya (India):
GEOWARNS: A System to Warn Geo-deformation Failure (3435)

Zagorka Gospavic, Branko Bozic and Olivera Vasovic (Serbia):
Development of Market of Geodetic Services and Geodetic Companies in the Republic of Serbia (3195)

Geoff Hay and Brent Hall (New Zealand):
Architecture for an Open Source Semantic Spatio-Temporal Land Administration Application (3260)

Volkmar Herbst and Michael Wagner (Germany):
Presentation of a Software Application (Cadastre Toolbox) for Land Management and Administration Purposes Based on Free/Libre Open Source Software (FLOSS) (3328)

Tamtomo Johanes P. (Indonesia):
Land Valuer-Surveyor: Towards Acknowledged Professional and Comprehensive Land Valuer-Surveyor (3188)

Iyenemi Ibimina Kakulu (Nigeria), Peter Byrne (United Kingdom) and Kauko Viitanen (Finland):
Phenomenological Research in Compulsory Land Acquisition and Compensation (3448)

Thomas Kersten, Harald Sternberg and Klaus Mechelke (Germany):
Geometrical Building Inspection by Terrestrial Laser Scanning (3275)

Michael Klebanov and Yerach Doytsher (Israel):
Establishing an Accurate Continuous Nationwide Cadastre Based on the Cadastral Triangulation Method (3243)

Steve Y. W. Lam (Hong Kong SAR, China):
Marketing of Geomatics Higher Education: the Hong Kong Experience (3432)

S. Thomas Ng, Kelwin K. W. Wong and James M. W. Wong (Hong Kong SAR, China):
Future Directions of Construction Education to Meet the Challenges and Opportunities (3413)

Lidia Niculita, Iolanda Colda and Steluta Nastasa (Romania):
Informatics Management Systems for Quality Management Improvement in Higher Education and Scientific Research (3306)

Volker Schwieger (Germany):
Accurate High-Sensitivity GPS (3349)

Anna Shnaidman, Uri Shoshani and Yerach Doytsher (Israel):
Improving the Graphical Cadastre Based on Genetic Algorithm Principles (3314)

Michael Tophøj Sørensen and Finn Kjær Christensen (Denmark):
Distribution of Costs and Profits in Danish Urban Development (3441)

Paul Van Der Molen (Netherlands):
Cadasters and Climate Change (3377)

Dimitra Vassilaki, Charalabos Ioannidis and Athanassios Stamos (Greece):
Multitemporal Data Registration through Global Matching of Networks of Free-form Curves (3464)

Habtemicael Weldegiorgis (Eritrea):
The Cadastral System in Eritrea: Practice, Constraints, and Prospects (3198)

Neil Weston, Tom Soler and Gerald Mader (USA):
Rover Station Positional Accuracies from OPUS as a Function of Reference Station Spacing and Rover Station Occupation Time (3380)

FIG Working Week 2008 – Stockholm, Sweden June 14-19, 2008
 
Shlomo Abergel, Sagi Filin and Naftali Goldshleger (Israel):
Measurement of Erosion in Agricultural Fields Using Monoscopic Photogrammetry (2963)

Christian Aunsborg and Michael Tophøj Sørensen (Denmark):
Planning and Implementation of Urban Regeneration - The Adequacy of the Statutory Toolbox Available to Practice (2988)

Fuat Basciftci and Cevat Inal (Turkey):
The Calculation and the Programming of the Geoid Undulations by Using the Orthogonal Polinoms (2918)

Douglas Batson (USA):
The Pentagon Looks with Interest at Land Administration in Afghanistan (2798)

Isaac Boateng and Cletus Moobela (United Kingdom):
Sustainable Participatory Approaches in Urban Regeneration Processes: Lessons from Portsmouth Harbour and Inner-City Hulme, Manchester (3049)

Spike Boydell (Australia):
Institutions, Complexity, and the Land (2919)

Jarosław Bydłosz and Piotr Parzych (Poland):
The cadastral geodatabase modelling in Poland, applying Computer Aided Software Engineering tools (2819)

Frank Culliver (Australia):
Training the Generations for Business Success (2800)

Gilad Even-Tzur and Doron Shaked (Israel):
GPS Antenna Height and its Influence on Pseudorange Multipath (2816)

Heidi Falkenbach and Sami Kiehelä (Finland):
Development of the Public Real Estate Equity Investment Sector in Finland (2789)

Frank Friesecke and Silja Lockemann (Germany):
Neighbourhood Improvement Districts in Germany – A new Form of Urban Governance for the Improvement of Residential Areas (3053)

Lothar Gründig (Germany):
The Meaning of Redundancy - 3D Topology and Geometric Parameterization (2768)

Pasi Häkli, Hannu Koivula and Jyrki Puupponen (Finland):
Assessment of practical 3-D geodetic accuracy for static GPS surveying (2994)

Karin Haldrup (Denmark):
Between Monitoring and Modelling: Spatial Hierarchy and Context of Land Rights (2986)

Stanislaw Harasimowicz and Jaroslaw Janus (Poland):
Optimisation of the arable plots arrangement in comparison to farms settlements in a village (3048)

Milan Horemuz (Sweden):
Car collision warning system based on RTK GPS (2811)

Charalabos Ioannidis and Dimitra Vassilaki (Greece):
Combined use of spaceborne optical and SAR data – Incompatible data sources, a waste of funds or a useful procedure? (3022)

Karel Janečka and Václav Čada (Czech Republic):
Possibilities of Storage of Spatial Data of Real Estate Registry Information System (2950)

Jad Jarroush and Gilad Even-Tzur (Israel):
Automatic Validation of the Surveyors' Regulations Criteria – A New Challenge in the Future Legal Digital Cadastre Implementation Task (3038)

Michael Klebanov and Yerach Doytsher (Israel):
A New Mathematical Approach to Cadastral Documents Processing for Parcel Boundaries Restoration (2904)

Steve Y. W. Lam (Hong Kong SAR, China):
Applying Action Research in Geomatics Higher Education (2824)

Steve Y. W. Lam (Hong Kong SAR, China):
Integration of Geomatics Generations by Supporting Lifelong Learning (2823)

Bozena Lipej (Slovenia):
Cadastre and land registry organizations scheduling its future to best fit the requirements of the society (3042)

Andrew Marshall and Paul Denys (New Zealand):
Water level measurement and tidal datum transfer using high rate GPS buoys (2856)

Andrew McNab (United Kingdom):
Using Land Values to Fund Infrastructure: Will Statutory Planning Changes Work? (2743)

David Mitchell (Australia) and Stig Enemark (Denmark):
Land administration and management in South East Asia – considering the role of higher education (2864)

Piotr Parzych and Jarosław Bydłosz (Poland):
Problems of real estates’ valuation for taxing purposes (2815)

Valentina Sagris, Wim Devos (Italy), Pavel Milenov (Bulgaria) and Simon Kay (Italy):
New evidence of land management in the frame of Common Agricultural Policy: needs for standardization (2853)

Martin Salzmann (Netherlands) and Julius Ernst (Austria):
The cadastral parcel rejuvenated; evolving from property unit to core element in spatial data infrastructures (2602)

Peter Samuelsson (Sweden):
Official and unofficial valuation standards in Sweden (2817)

Volker Schwieger (Germany):
High-Sensitivity GPS - Availability versus Accuracy (2959)

Christian Thellufsen and Stig Enemark (Denmark):
Awareness Analysis – a Tool for Investigating Inter-Organizational Collaboration in Land Administration Systems? (2774)

Sara Wilkinson and Clive Warren (Australia):
Built environment professional bodies and student members: The Australian employers perspective. (2799)

Philipp Zeimetz and Heiner Kuhlmann (Germany):
On the accuracy of absolute GNSS antenna calibration and the conception of a new Anechoic Chamber (2901)

Total of 344 papers were listed.