RESEARCH IN THE DEPARTMENT
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Dr. Matthias Delafontaine


+32 (0)9 264 46 95

Krijgslaan 281, S8, 9000 Ghent, Belgium

Research Unit


Recent Publications


  • Chavoshi, De Baets, Neutens, Delafontaine, De Tré, Van de Weghe (2015) — Movement pattern analysis based on sequence signatures. (In: ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information)
  • Delafontaine, Neutens (2011) — Toolkit bekijkt ruimtelijke én temporele bereikbaarheid. (In: VERKEERSSPECIALIST (MECHELEN))
  • Neutens, Farber, Delafontaine, Boussauw (2013) — Spatial variation in the potential for social interaction: a case study in Flanders (Belgium). (In: COMPUTERS ENVIRONMENT AND URBAN SYSTEMS)
  • Neutens, Delafontaine, Schwanen, Van de Weghe (2012) — The relationship between opening hours and accessibility of public service delivery. (In: JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT GEOGRAPHY)
  • Neutens, Delafontaine, Scott, De Maeyer (2012) — An analysis of day-to-day variations in individual space-time accessibility. (In: JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT GEOGRAPHY)
  • Delafontaine, Versichele, Neutens, Van de Weghe (2012) — Analysing spatiotemporal sequences in Bluetooth tracking data. (In: APPLIED GEOGRAPHY)
  • Qiang, Delafontaine, Versichele, De Maeyer, Van de Weghe (2012) — Interactive analysis of time intervals in a two-dimensional space. (In: INFORMATION VISUALIZATION)
  • Qiang, Delafontaine, Neutens, Stichelbaut, De Tré, De Maeyer, Van de Weghe (2012) — Analysing imperfect temporal information in GIS using the Triangular Model. (In: CARTOGRAPHIC JOURNAL)
  • Delafontaine, Neutens, Van de Weghe (2012) — A GIS toolkit for measuring and mapping space-time accessibility from a place-based perspective. (In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SCIENCE)
  • Neutens, Delafontaine, Scott, De Maeyer (2012) — A GIS-based method to identify spatiotemporal gaps in public service delivery. (In: APPLIED GEOGRAPHY)