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Chapter 15: Testing the usability of time-geographic maps for crime mapping
Morgan, J. D., & Steinberg, P. E. (2013). Chapter 15: Testing the usability of time-geographic maps for crime mapping. Crime Modeling and Mapping Using Geospatial Technologies, 339-366.
Creating reports with SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services
Snider, D. (2013). Creating reports with SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services.
A tool set for managing virtual network configurations
Soles, L. R., Reichherzer, T., & Snider, D. H. (2016). A tool set for managing virtual network configurations. UWF Student Scholar Symposium and Faculty Research Showcase, Pensacola, FL.
Aggregation of spatial entities and legislative redistricting
Morgan, J. D., & Evans, J. (2018). Aggregation of spatial entities and legislative redistricting. The Geographic Information Science & Technology Body of Knowledge. Retrieved from http://gistbok.ucgis.org/
Technology applied by U.S. government on the web
Dugan, R. E., & Hernon, P. (2004). Technology applied by U.S. government on the web. U. S. Department of State’s Public Diplomacy LES Resource Center Program, Simmons College, Boston, MA.
[Review of "Popes and Jews: 1095-1291" by Rebecca Rist]
Champagne, M.-T. (2017). [Review of "Popes and Jews: 1095-1291" by Rebecca Rist]. The Catholic Historical Review, 103(2), 334-335.
Worth, John
The search for the hidden people of St. Michael's Cemetery, Pensacola, Florida Volume I
Stringfield, M. S., Hamilton, S., Liebens, J., Johnson, J. K., Haley, B. S., Fogle, A., Kennedy, K., Williams, S., & Benchley, E. D. (2008). The search for the hidden people of St. Michael’s Cemetery, Pensacola, Florida Volume I.
Historical coastal environmental changes
Meyer-Arendt, K. J. (1992). Historical coastal environmental changes: Human response to shoreline erosion. The American Environment: Interpretations of Past Geographies, 217-233.
Object recognition through reasoning about functionality
Bowyer, K., Sutton, M., & Stark, L. (2009). Object recognition through reasoning about functionality: A survey of related work. Object Categorization: Computer and Human Perspectives, 129-147.
Hoyt, Robert E.
An ounce of prevention
O’Dare Wilson, K. (2015). An ounce of prevention: Operationalizing healthy eating and active living recommendations with social work core values. American Public Health Association Conference, Chicago, IL.
A Follow up to the Five Laws of Politics: Paper & Data
Career Development & Community Engagement
Politics and class in the United States
Low, D. (2017). Politics and class in the United States: The assault on the middle class and the poor.
An automated approach to the initialization of the snakes algorithm for the detection of swimbladder regions in x-ray image data
Gray, J., Reichherzer, T., Sutton, M. A., Touma, J., & Bennett, W. (2015). An automated approach to the initialization of the snakes algorithm for the detection of swimbladder regions in x-ray image data. Proceedings of the Twenty-Eighth International Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Society Conference 18-20 May 2015, Hollywood, Florida, USA, 111-114.
Cuzán, Alfred
Function-based generic recognition for multiple object categories
Sutton, M., Stark, L., & Bowyer, K. (1993). Function-based generic recognition for multiple object categories. Three Dimensional Object Recognition Systems Volume 1, 447-470.
Thomas, Jacqueline
Ziegler, Amanda

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