This page provides a chronologically ordered list of my work by publication type. For a quick overview, please check my Google Scholar profile. My ORCID is 0000-0001-5361-2885. I also serve as a reviewer for multiple journals, for details see my Publons profile.

Books:

Book chapters:

Journal papers (with IF):

Full papers in peer-reviewed conference proceedings or journals without IF:

Short papers or abstracts in peer-reviewed conference proceedings:

Preprints:

Reports:

Conference presentations:

Invited talks:

A playlist of recorded talks is available on Youtube.

Workshop presentations:

Poster presentations:

Articles in non-refereed media:

Theses:

  • Graser, A. (2021). Exploratory Analysis of Massive Movement Data. PhD thesis at the University of Salzburg, Austria.
  • Graser, A. (2010). OGC-Sensorweb-Services für Fragestellungen in Straße-Schiene-Terminals. Master’s thesis at the University of Applied Sciences, Wiener Neustadt, Austria.
  • Graser, A. (2008). Analyse von Map-Matching- und Routing-Algorithmen mithilfe eines GIS. 2nd Bachelor’s thesis at the University of Applied Sciences, Wiener Neustadt, Austria.
  • Graser, A. (2007). Analyse und Darstellung von Mautdaten mithilfe einer Webapplikation. 1st Bachelor’s thesis at the University of Applied Sciences, Wiener Neustadt, Austria.

Co-supervised theses:

  • Ochoa Ortiz, H. (2022) Pedestrian routing of dynamic areas using Volunteered Geographical Information (OpenStreetMap). MSc thesis, TU Wien, Dept. for Geodesy and Geoinformation.
  • Enenkel, G. (2020). On the volatility of construction site entailed traffic deflections – A floating car data example from Vienna. MSc thesis, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Technical University of Vienna.
  • Waldburger, T. (2020). Large-scale analysis of taxi drivers’ route choice behaviour in San Francisco, Shanghai, and Vienna. MSc thesis, Department of Geography, University of Zurich.
  • Westermeier, E.M. (2018). Contextual Trajectory Modeling and Analysis. MSc thesis, Interfaculty Department of Geoinformatics, University of Salzburg.
  • Schumacher, D. (2018). Do Taxi Drivers Take the Shortes Routes? A Large-Scale Analysis Using GPS-based Floating Car Data in Vienna. MSc thesis, Department of Geography, University of Zurich.

Videos: https://www.youtube.com/anitagraser

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