Informações Geográficas Voluntárias (IGV)

Informação Geográfica Voluntária (IGV) ou Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI) é apresentada como uma alternativa crowdsourcing aos métodos oficiais de aquisição e gerenciamento de dados geográficos. Esta pesquisa apresenta uma introdução ao tema e à literatura relevante pertinente.

Palavras-chave: Informações Geográficas Voluntárias. Crowdsourcing.


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BASIOUKA, S.; POTSIOU, C. The volunteered geographic information in cadastre: perspectives and citizens’ motivations over potential participation in mapping, GeoJournal, v.79, n.3, p.343–355, 2014.

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BISHR, M.; Mantelas, L. A trust and reputation model for filtering and classifying knowledge about urban growth, GeoJournal, v. 72, n.3, p. 229-237, 2008.

CASTELEIN, W.; GRUS, L. ; CROMPVOETS, J.; BREGT, A.. A characterization of Volunteered Geographic InformationIn: 13th AGILE International Conference on Geographic Information Science, 2010, Guimarães, Portugal. Proceedings… Guimarães, Portugal, 2010.

CIPELUCH, B.; JACOB, R.; WINSTANLEY, A.; MOONEY, P. Comparison of the accuracy of OpenStreetMap for Ireland with Google maps and Bing maps. In: Accuracy 2010 Symposium,.9, Leicester, UK. Proceedings…Leicester, UK, 2010. p.337-340.

COCHRAN, E.S.; LAWRENCE, J. F.; CHRISTENSEN, C.; JAKKA, R.S. The Quake-Catcher Network: Citizen Science Expanding Seismic Horizons, Seismological Research Lettersv. 80, n.1, p. 26-30, 2009.

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COLEMAN, J.D.; GEORGIADOU, Y.; LABONTE, J. Volunteered Geographic Information: The nature and motivation of produsers, International Journal of Spatial Data Infrastructures Research, v. 4, p.332-358, 2009.

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CRAMPTON, J. Cartography: maps 2.0. Progress in Human Geography, p. 1–10, 2008.

CRUTCHER, M.; ZOOK, M. Placemarks and waterlines: Racialized cyberscapes in post-Katrina Google Earth, Geoforum, v. 40, n.4, p. 523–534, 2009.

COMBER, A. et al. Using control data to determine the reliability of volunteered geographic information about land cover. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 23, p. 37-48, 2013.

ELWOOD, S. Volunteered geographic information: future research directions motivated by critical, participatory, and feminist GIS. GeoJournal, v.72, n.3, p. 173 – 183, 2008.

ELWOOD, S.; GOODCHILD, M.F.; SUI, D.Z. Researching Volunteered Geographic Information: Spatial Data, Geographic Research, and New Social Practice, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, v.102, n.3, p.571-590, 2012.

FLANAGIN, A.J.; METZGER, M.J. The credibility of volunteered geographic information. GeoJournal, v.72, n.3, p.137-148, 2008.

GIRRES, J.; TOUYA, G. Quality Assessment of the French OpenStreetMap Dataset. Transactions in GIS,v.14, n.4, p. 435–459, 2010.

GOLDMAN, J. et al. Participatory Sensing: A citizen-powered approach to illuminating the patterns that shape our world. White Paper, 2009.

GOODCHILD M.F. Citizens as Sensors: the world of volunteered geography. GeoJournal, v.69, n.4, p.211-221, 2007a.

GOODCHILD, M.F. Citizens as Voluntary Sensors: Spatial Data Infrastructure in the World of Web 2.0. International Journal of Spatial Data Infrastructures Research, v. 2 (2007), p.24-32, 2007b.

GOODCHILD, M.F. Commentary: whither VGI? GeoJournal, v.72, n.4, p. 239-244, 2008.

GOODCHILD, M.F.; GLENNON, A. Crowdsourcing geographic information for disaster response: a research frontier. International Journal of Digital Earth, v.3, n.3, p. 231 – 241, 2010.

GOODCHILD, M.F.; LI, L. Assuring the quality of volunteered geographic information. Spatial Statistics, v.1, p.110-120, 2012.

HAKLAY, M. How good is a Volunteered Geographical Information? A comparative study of Open Street Map and Ordnance Survey datasets. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design., v. 37, n. 4, p. 682-703, 2010.

HAKLAY, M. et al.  How Many Volunteers Does It Take to Map an Area Well? The validity of Linus’ law to Volunteered Geographic Information. The Cartographic Journal, v. 47, n. 4 p. 315–322, 2010.

KEEN, A. The Cult of the Amateur: How today’s internet is killing our culture. Doubleday, Nova Iorque, 2007.

KEENJA, E. et al. Crowd Sourcing for Land Administration: Perceptions within Netherlands Kadaster, In: FIG Working Week 2012, Roma, 2012.  Knowing to manage the territory, protect the environment, evaluate the cultural heritage. Roma: FIG, 2012.

LONGLEY, P.A. et al. Sistemas e Ciência da Informação Geográfica. Trad. André Shneider et al. 3.ed. Porto Alegre: Bookman, 2013.

MARCELINO, M.J.; GOMES, M.C.A.; SILVA, M.J.; GOUVEIA, C.; FONSECA, A.; PESTANA, B.; BRIGAS, C. SchoolSenses@Internet: Children as Multisensory Geographic Creators. In: MANJON, F. et al. (eds.) , Computers and Education: E-learning from theory to practice. Springer Netherlands, pp. 57-66, 2007.

MAUÉ, P. Reputation as tool to ensure validity of VGI, Position Paper for Specialist Meeting on VGI, Santa Barbara, CA. 2007. Disponível em <>. Acesso em 12 set. 2016.

MCDOUGALL, K. Using Volunteered Information to Map the Queensland Floods. In: SURVEYING & SPATIAL SCIENCES BIENNIAL CONFERENCE, 2011, Wellington, Nova Zelândia. Proceedings…Wellington, Nova Zelândia, 2011.

MCDOUGALL, K. An Assessment of the Contribution of Volunteered Geographic Information During Recent Natural Disasters, In: Spatially enabling government, industry and citizens: research and development perspectives. GSDI Association Press, Needham, MA, United States, pp. 201-214, 2012.

MILLER, C.C. A beast in the field: The Google Maps mashup as GIS. Cartographica, v.41, n.3, p.1878–1899, 2006.

MOONEY, P; CORCORAN, P. Integrating Volunteered Geographic Information into Pervasive Health Computing Applications. In: International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare (PervasiveHealth) and Workshops, 5., Dublin, 2011. Proceedings… Dublin, 2011. p.93-100.

MULLEN, W.F.; JACKSON, S.P.; CROITORU, A.; CROOKS, A.; STEFANIDIS, A.; AGOURIS, P. Assessing the impact of demographic characteristics on spatial error in volunteered geographic information features, GeoJournal, v.80, n.4, p.587–605, 2015.

MUMMIDI, L.N.; KRUMM, J. Discovering points of interest from users’ map annotations, GeoJournal,v.72, n.3, p.215-227, 2008.

Munro, R. Crowdsourced translation for emergency response in Haiti: the global collaboration of local knowledge, AMTA Workshop on Collaborative Crowdsourcing for Translation, p. 1-4, 2010.

NAVRATIL, G.; FRANK, A.U. VGI for land administration – A Quality Perspective. In: International Symposium on Spatial Data Quality, 8., Hong-Kong, 2013. International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing & Spatial Information Sciences, Vol. XL- 2/W1, 2013.

OBERMEYER, N. Thoughts on volunteered (geo) slavery. 2007. Disponível em < projects/ vgi/ docs/ position/ Obermeyer_Paper.pdf>, Acesso em 01 set. 2016.

O’REILLY, T. What is web 2.0: Design patterns and business models for the next generation of software. 2005. Disponível em < oreilly/tim/news/2005/09/30/what-is-web–20.html, 2005>. Acesso em 01 set.2016.

POSER, K. et al. Assessing Volunteered Geographic Information for Rapid Flood Damage Estimation. In: AGILE International Conference on Geographic Information Science, 12., Hannover, Alemanha. Proceedings…  Hannover: Association of Geographic Information Laboratories in Europe, 2009.

POSER, K.; DRANSCH, D. Volunteered geographic information for disaster management with application to rapid flood damage estimation. Geomatica, v.64, n.1, p.89–98, 2010.

RAYMOND, E.S. The Cathedral and the Bazaar, O’Reilly, 1999.

SIEBER, R. Public Participation Geographic Information Systems: A Literature Review and Framework. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, v.96, n.3, p. 491–507, 2006.

SODEN, R.; PALEN, L. From Crowdsourced Mapping to Community Mapping: The Post-Earthquake Work of OpenStreetMap Haiti. In: International Conference on the Design of Cooperative Systems, 11., Nice, França. Proceedings… Nice, França, p.311-326, 2014.

SUI, D. The Wikification of GIS and Its Consequences: or Angelina Jolie’s New Tattoo and the Future of GIS. Computers Environment and Urban Systems, v.32, n.1, pp.1-5, 2008.

TAPSCOTT, D.; WILLIAMS, A. D. Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything. New York, Portfolio Hardcover, 2007.

THE NATIONAL MAP.  The National Map Corps. Disponível em <http://>. Última Atualização 30 jun. 2015.Acesso em 10 set.2016.

Turner, A., 2006. Introduction to neogeography. Sebastopol, CA: O’Reilly, 2006.

ZIELSTRA, D.; ZIPF, A. A Comparative Study of Proprietary Geodata and Volunteered Geographic Information for Germany. In: AGILE International Conference on Geographic Information Science, 13., 2010, Guimarães, Portugal. Proceedings… Guimarães, Portugal: Springer Verlag, 2010.

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