Christopher J Pettit
Christopher J Pettit
Professor of Urban Science, University of New South Wales
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TitleCited byYear
Geospatial big data handling theory and methods: A review and research challenges
S Li, S Dragicevic, FA Castro, M Sester, S Winter, A Coltekin, C Pettit, ...
ISPRS journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 115, 119-133, 2016
An update on planning support systems
RE Klosterman, CJ Pettit
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 32 (4), 477-484, 2005
Identifying strengths and weaknesses of landscape visualisation for effective communication of future alternatives
CJ Pettit, CM Raymond, BA Bryan, H Lewis
Landscape and Urban Planning 100 (3), 231-241, 2011
Use of a collaborative GIS-based planning-support system to assist in formulating a sustainable-development scenario for Hervey Bay, Australia
CJ Pettit
Environment and Planning B: planning and design 32 (4), 523-545, 2005
An integrated planning tool based upon multiple criteria evaluation of spatial information
C Pettit, D Pullar
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 23 (5), 339-357, 1999
SIEVE: collaborative decision-making in an immersive online environment
C Stock, ID Bishop, AN O'Connor, T Chen, CJ Pettit, JP Aurambout
Cartography and Geographic Information Science 35 (2), 133-144, 2008
Geographical visualization: past, present and future development
W Cartwright, S Miller, C Pettit
Journal of Spatial Science 49 (1), 25-36, 2004
A way forward for land-use planning to achieve policy goals by using spatial modelling scenarios
C Pettit, D Pullar
Environment and planning B: Planning and design 31 (2), 213-233, 2004
The Australia urban research gateway
RO Sinnott, C Bayliss, A Bromage, G Galang, G Grazioli, P Greenwood, ...
Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience 27 (2), 358-375, 2015
Landscape analysis and visualisation: Spatial models for natural resource management and planning
C Pettit, W Cartwright, I Bishop, K Lowell, D Pullar, D Duncan
Springer Science & Business Media, 2008
Evaluation of data visualisation options for land-use policy and decision making in response to climate change
ID Bishop, CJ Pettit, F Sheth, S Sharma
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 40 (2), 213-233, 2013
Geographical visualization: A participatory planning support tool for imagining landscape futures
CJ Pettit, W Cartwright, M Berry
Applied GIS 2 (3), 22.1-22.17, 2006
A web-based 3D visualisation and assessment system for urban precinct scenario modelling
R Trubka, S Glackin, O Lade, C Pettit
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 117, 175-186, 2016
Visualisation support for exploring urban space and place
C Pettit, I Widjaja, P Russo, R Sinnott, R Stimson, M Tomko
International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 2012
The online what if? Planning support system
CJ Pettit, RE Klosterman, M Nino-Ruiz, I Widjaja, P Russo, M Tomko, ...
Planning support systems for sustainable urban development, 349-362, 2013
Using simple agent-based modeling to inform and enhance neighborhood walkability
H Badland, M White, G MacAulay, S Eagleson, S Mavoa, C Pettit, ...
International journal of health geographics 12 (1), 58, 2013
Effective community engagement for sustainability: wombat community forest management case study
Australian Geographer 35 (3), 301-315, 2004
The online what if? Planning support system: A land suitability application in Western Australia
CJ Pettit, RE Klosterman, P Delaney, AL Whitehead, H Kujala, A Bromage, ...
Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy 8 (2), 93-112, 2015
Using computer gaming technology to explore human wayfinding and navigation abilities within a built environment
T Germanchis, W Cartwright, C Pettit
Proceedings of the 21st International Cartographic Conference, 11-16, 2005
Using on-line geographical visualisation tools to improve land use decision-making with a bottom-up community participatory approach
C Pettit, A Nelson, W Cartwright
Recent Advances in Design and Decision Support Systems in Architecture and …, 2004
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