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The unbanked and poverty: Predicting area-level socio-economic status from M-Money transactions, Engelmann G., Goulding, J., Smith, G. In Proc. IEEE International Conference on Big Data. Seattle, Washington, (IEEE Big Data), 2018.
via Nottingham University eprints

Online Technology as a Driver of Sharing, Harvey J, Smith A Golightly D., In Albinsson P A, Y Perera B (Ed.), The Rise of the Sharing Economy: Exploring the Challenges and Opportunities of Collaborative Consumption . (pp. 75-96). Santa Barbara, California, USA: Praeger, 2018.

Generating Vague Neighbourhoods through Data Mining of Passive Web Data, Brindley P., Goulding, J. and Wilson, M., International Journal of Geographical Information Science. 32(3), pp. 498-523, 2017.
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Novice and Experts Strategies for Understanding Complex Big Data, Reiter, A., Hou, X., Kefalidou, G., Goulding, J., Contemporary Ergonomics and Human Factors, Daventry, UK., 2017.

Estimating activity-based land-use through unsupervised learning from mobile phone event series in emerging economies, Engelmann, G., Goulding, J., Golightly, D., GISRUK, Manchester, UK., 2017.
open access

Automatic Pixel-Level Land-use Prediction Using Deep Convolutional Neural Networks, Torres Torres, M., Goulding, J., Valstar, M., and Perrat, B., GISRUK, Manchester, UK., 2017.
open access

Exploring the Capabilities of Projection Augmented Relief Models (PARM), Priestnall, G., Goulding, J., Smith, A., and Arss, N., GISRUK, Manchester, UK., 2017.
open access

Social Good: Estimating population behaviour to describe activity-based land-use in emerging economies using mobile phone event series, Engelmann, G. Goulding, J., Smith, G., Golightly D., NetMob Conference, Milan, Italy., 2017.
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Creatures of habit and Creatures of Context: Mining Customer Similarity Based on Recurring Shopping Behaviours via Non-Negative Matrix Factorisation, Avram, G, Goulding, J, Smith A., American Marketing Association Winter Conference, Orlando, FL, USA., 2017.

A Framework to Segment Life Events Using Customer Transaction Data, Darler, W, Goulding J, Smith, A., American Marketing Association Winter Conference, Orlando, FL, USA., 2017.

Event Series Prediction via Non-homogeneous Poisson Process Modelling, Goulding, J, Preston, S., Barrack, D., Smith, G. IEEE International Conference on Data Mining, Barcelona, Spain (ICDM), 2016.
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NCross-system recommendation: User-modelling via Social Media versus Self-Declared Preferences, Goulding, J, Alanazi, S., McAuley, D., ACM SIGWEB International Conference on Hypertext, July 2016

New Insights into Unethical Counterfeit Consumption, Bian, X.; Wang, K.; Smith, A.; Yannopoulou, N., Journal of Business Research, March 2016.
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Beyond Customer Segmentation – Temporal Topic Modelling for Big Retail Data, Smith. G, Goulding, J., Smith A., American Marketing Association Conference, Las Vegas, Feb 2016.
open access via pre-print | more information | data availability

The data used in this work is both proprietary and personal in nature and unavailable for release. Metadata is available.

Mobile Money – Towards Understanding Spending Patterns in Emerging Economies, Iliffe, M., Smith, A., Roadknight, C., Goulding, J., Smith, G., American Marketing Association Conference, Las Vegas, Feb 2016.

Potential impact of air pollution coverage in the media on respiratory disease admissions, Goulding, J., Tang P-S, Shaw, D., Britsh Thoracic Society Winter Meeting (BTS), December 2015, London.
open access via pre-print | via bmj | data availability

The daily logs for PM10 particulate matter, PM2.5, Nitric oxide, Nitrogen dioxide, Ozone, Black carbon, Mean Temperature and Precipitation are freely available online from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

The DAQI Air Pollution Index data is also freely available from the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs.

The daily respiratory admission levels were sourced from Nottingham University Hospitals Trust data (ICD10 codes J39 – J9999) and are not publicly available. Metadata is available.

A novel symbolization technique for time-series outlier detection, Smith, G., Goulding, J., In Proc. IEEE Conference on Big Data (IEEE BigData), Oct 2015, Santa Clara.
open access via pre-print | more information | data availability

The data sets used in this work is primarily 3rd party data. Full information available regarding the data sets and how to acquire them are available from the following websites:
Smart meter data | 80 Million Tiny Images | Ozone dataset

The RETAIL data set is proprietary data and unavailable for release. Metadata is available.

Social Power, Product Conspicuousness and the Demand for Luxury Brand Counterfeit Products Bain, X.; Haque, S.; Smith, A., British Journal of Social Psychology, 2015.
open access via Journal

Modelling of Building Interiors with Mobile Phone Sensor Data. Rosser, J., Morley, J., Smith, G. ISPRS Int. J. Geo-Inf. 2015, 4, 989-1012.
open access via Journal | data availability

Ground truth building measurements for all six buildings taken using a Leica DISTO laser range finder and the smartphone-based room measuring tool room measurements are currently not available for direct download. Metadata is available.

External building footprint data used in this work is available from Ordnance Survey’s MasterMap.

Computation of Novel Ideas from Scientific Corpora, Liu, H., Goulding, J., European Conference on Machine Learning and Principles and Practice of Knowledge Discovery in Databases (ECML-PKDD), Sept 2015, Porto.
open access via pre-print | from Springer | data availability

The data used in this work was a randomly selected set of 3072 English language abstracts and titles from articles published in the journal Science between 1998 and 2015. This data is available via the journal.

AMP: a new time-frequency feature extraction method for intermittent time-series data, Barrack, D., J. Goulding J., Hopcraft, K., Preston, S., Smith, G., ACM SIGKDD Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, Time Series Workshop, 2015.
open access via | data availability

Both synthetic and real world datasets were used in this work. Details enabling the construction of the synthetic datasets is avaliable within the paper. The real world dataset used was the MIT Reality Mining dataset:
Reality mining: sensing complex social systems, Nathan Eagle, Alex (Sandy) Pentland, Journal Personal and Ubiquitous Computing Volume 10 Issue 4, March 2006 Pages 255 – 268.

The Reality Mining dataset is available for download and full details and metadata is available.

Grouping Contacts for Information Tasks, Holmes, P., Goulding, J., Sharples, S., British HCI 2015, Lincoln, 13th July, 2015.
open access via pre-print | from ACM Digital Library | data availability

This work evaluated a prototype interface. Data parsed from a user’s email and Facebook accounts during the study was not kept. A dataset recording the different groups participants created and interview responses was create but has not available for direct download. Metadata is available.

A Refined Limit on the Predictability of Human Mobility, Smith, G., Weiser, R., Goulding, J., Barrack, D., IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing (PERCOM), Hungary, March 24-28, 2014.
open access via pre-print | more information | data availability

This work uses the GeoLife GPS Trajectories dataset released by Microsoft Research and is freely available. More information on replicating the experimental results is available.

Data Donation – Sharing Personal Data for Public Good. Skatova, A., Ng., E, Goulding, J., Digital Economy 2014: Application of Digital Innovation, 2014, London, UK.
open access via pre-print | related article in The Conversation | data availability

Two studies were conducted as part of this work. Participant responses are currently not available for direct download. Metadata for study 1 and study 2 are available.

Giving and sharing in the computer-mediated economy Harvey, J., Smith, A., Golightly, D., Journal of Consumer Behaviour, November 2014.
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The Potential of Electromyography to Aid Personal Navigation. Pinchin, J., Smith, G., Hill, C., Moore, T., Loram, I.  Proceedings of the 27th International Technical Meeting of the Satellite Division of The Institute of Navigation (ION GNSS), Florida. 2014.
open access via pre-print | from ION Publications | data availability

Electromyography sensor traces were recorded and used within this work. Currently the data is not available for direct download. Metadata is available.

Using Commercial Big Data to inform social policy, Smith, A., Goulding, J. 39th Annual Macromarketing Conference 2014, London, July 02-05, 2014.
open access via Conference Proceedings

A basis projection method for the clustering of intermittent time-series, Barrack, D., Goulding, J., Hopcraft, K., Preston, S., Smith., G., International Congress of Mathematicians, 2014, Seoul.
open access via icm | data availability

The enron dataset was used in this work which is available online.

Mapping Urban Neighbourhoods from Internet Derived Data, Brindley, P., Goulding, J., Wilson, M., GISRUK 2014, Glasgow, UK.
open access via pre-print | data availability

The data used in this work consisted of Bing Search engine results retrieved using the Bing Search API.

The role of Hedonism in Ethical Tourism, Malone, S., McCabe, S., Smith, A., Annals of Tourism Research, Vol.44, pp. 241-254, 2014.
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