Anand Padmanabhan
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Mapping the global Twitter heartbeat: The geography of Twitter
K Leetaru, S Wang, G Cao, A Padmanabhan, E Shook
First Monday 18 (5), 2013
3852013
A scalable framework for spatiotemporal analysis of location-based social media data
G Cao, S Wang, M Hwang, A Padmanabhan, Z Zhang, K Soltani
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 51, 70-82, 2015
822015
A parallel computing approach to viewshed analysis of large terrain data using graphics processing units
Y Zhao, A Padmanabhan, S Wang
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 27 (2), 363-384, 2013
802013
A self-organized grouping (SOG) method for efficient grid resource discovery
A Padmanabhan, S Wang, S Ghosh, R Briggs
The 6th IEEE/ACM International Workshop on Grid Computing, 2005., 6 pp., 2005
462005
Local consensus ontologies for B2B-oriented service composition
A Williams, A Padmanabhan, MB Blake
Proceedings of the second international joint conference on Autonomous …, 2003
462003
FluMapper: A cyberGIS application for interactive analysis of massive location‐based social media
A Padmanabhan, S Wang, G Cao, M Hwang, Z Zhang, Y Gao, K Soltani, ...
Concurrency and computation: practice and experience 26 (13), 2253-2265, 2014
442014
CyberGIS Gateway for enabling data‐rich geospatial research and education
Y Liu, A Padmanabhan, S Wang
Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience 27 (2), 395-407, 2015
382015
Experimentation with local consensus ontologies with implications for automated service composition
AB Williams, A Padmanabhan, MB Blake
IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering 17 (7), 969-981, 2005
382005
Towards provenance-aware geographic information systems
S Wang, A Padmanabhan, JD Myers, W Tang, Y Liu
Proceedings of the 16th ACM SIGSPATIAL international conference on Advances …, 2008
332008
Happy or not: Generating topic-based emotional heatmaps for Culturomics using CyberGIS
E Shook, K Leetaru, G Cao, A Padmanabhan, S Wang
2012 IEEE 8th International Conference on E-Science, 1-6, 2012
322012
Social sensing of urban land use based on analysis of Twitter users˘ mobility patterns
A Soliman, K Soltani, J Yin, A Padmanabhan, S Wang
PloS one 12 (7), e0181657, 2017
292017
FluMapper: an interactive CyberGIS environment for massive location-based social media data analysis
A Padmanabhan, S Wang, G Cao, M Hwang, Y Zhao, Z Zhang, Y Gao
Proceedings of the Conference on Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery …, 2013
292013
Spatiotemporal transformation of social media geostreams: a case study of twitter for flu risk analysis
MH Hwang, S Wang, G Cao, A Padmanabhan, Z Zhang
Proceedings of the 4th ACM SIGSPATIAL International Workshop on GeoStreaming …, 2013
252013
Mapping spatiotemporal patterns of events using social media: a case study of influenza trends
Y Gao, S Wang, A Padmanabhan, J Yin, G Cao
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 32 (3), 425-449, 2018
232018
A CyberGIS-Jupyter framework for geospatial analytics at scale
D Yin, Y Liu, A Padmanabhan, J Terstriep, J Rush, S Wang
Proceedings of the Practice and Experience in Advanced Research Computing …, 2017
182017
Open cyberGIS software for geospatial research and education in the big data era
S Wang, Y Liu, A Padmanabhan
SoftwareX 5, 1-5, 2016
182016
CyberGIS for data-intensive knowledge discovery
S Wang, H Hu, T Lin, Y Liu, A Padmanabhan, K Soltani
SIGSPATIAL Special 6 (2), 26-33, 2015
172015
A self-organized grouping (sog) framework for efficient grid resource discovery
A Padmanabhan, S Ghosh, S Wang
Journal of grid Computing 8 (3), 365-389, 2010
172010
Integrating CyberGIS gateway with Windows Azure: a case study on MODFLOW groundwater simulation
B Behzad, A Padmanabhan, Y Liu, Y Liu, S Wang
Proceedings of the ACM SIGSPATIAL Second International Workshop on High …, 2011
152011
A CyberGIS environment for analysis of location-based social media data
S Wang, G Cao, Z Zhang, Y Zhao, A Padmanabhan, K Wu
Advanced Location-based Technologies and Services, 198-217, 2016
142016
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