Eckart Lange: Full Publications

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Books

  • Walz A (2008) Virtuelle Welten - reale Entscheide? Die Alpen im Modellbaukasten thematische Synthese und Ausblick zum Forschungsschwerpunkt V "Virtuelle Repräsentation" ; nationales Forschungsprogramm 48 "Landschaften und Lebensräume der Alpen" des Schweizerischen Nationalfonds ; [Synthesebericht NFP 48]. vdf Hochschulverlag AG.
  • Walz A (2008) Virtual Worlds - Real Decisions? The Alps in a Modeller's Nutshell. vdf Hochschulverlag AG.
  • Bishop I & Lange E (2005) Visualization in Landscape and Environmental Planning Technology and Applications. Taylor & Francis.
  • Lange E & Zürich ETH (2005) Our Shared Landscape Integrating Ecological, Socio-economic and Aesthetic Aspects in Landscape Planning and Management.
  • Buhmann E (2005) Trends in Real-time Landscape Visualization and Participation Proceedings at Anhalt University of Applied Sciences 2005.
  • Lange E (1999) Realität und computergestützte visuelle Simulation. vdf Hochschulverlag AG.
  • Lange E & Hehl S (1988) Erstellen und Überprüfen EDV-erzeugter Vegetationskarten. Am Beispiel der alpinen Stufe im Nationalpark Berchtesgaden. Berlin: Technische Universität Berlin.

Journal articles

Chapters

  • Hehl-Lange S & Lange E (2017) Virtual environments In van den Brink A, Bruns D, Tobi H & Bell S (Ed.), Research in Landscape Architecture Methods and Methodology (pp. 161-178). Routledge View this article in WRRO
  • Lange E & LINDQUIST M (2014) Sensory Aspects of Simulation and Representation in Landscape and Environmental Planning: A Soundscape Perspective In Contin A, Paolini P & Salerno R (Ed.), Innovative Technologies in Urban Mapping. Built Space and Mental Space (pp. 93-108).
  • Lange E & Gill L (2013) Visualizing landscapes In Howard P, Thompson I & Waterton E (Ed.), The Routledge companion to landscape studies (pp. 417-426).
  • Lange E (2011) Physical-Financial Modelling as an Aid to Developers’ Decision-making In Tiesdell S & Adams D (Ed.), Urban Design in the Real Estate Development Process (pp. 219-235). Wiley-Blackwell
  • Henneberry J, Lange E, Moore S, Morgan E & Zhao N (2011) Physical-Financial Modelling as an Aid to Developers' Decision-Making In Tiesdell S & Adams D (Ed.), Urban Design in the Real Estate Development Process (pp. 219-235). Wiley-Blackwell
  • Lange E (2008) Perceiving and visualizing changing environments In Thierstein A & Förster A (Ed.), The image and the region--making mega-city regions visible! Lars Muller Publishers
  • Lange E, Cavens D, Gloor C, Illenberger J, Nagel K & Schmid WA (2007) Distributed intelligence in pedestrian simulations In Waldau N, Gattermann P, Knoflacher H & Schreckenberg M (Ed.), Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics 2005 (pp. 201-212).
  • Lange E & Bishop I (2005) Communication, perception and visualization In Bishop I & Lange E (Ed.), Visualization in Landscape and Environmental Planning Technology and Applications Taylor & Francis
  • Lange E (2005) Issues and Questions for Research in Communicating with the Public through Visualizations In Buhmann E, Paar P, Bishop I & Lange E (Ed.), Trends in Real-time Landscape Visualization and Participation Proceedings at Anhalt University of Applied Sciences 2005
  • Lange E, HEHL-LANGE S & MAMBRETTI I (2003) Assessment of urban greenspace qualities by means of 3D-visualization In Koll-Schretzenmayr M, Keiner M & Nussbaumer G (Ed.), The real and virtual world of planning. (pp. 185-198).
  • Lange E & CAVENS D (2003) Hiking in real and virtual worlds In Koll-Schretzenmayr M, Keiner M & Nussbaumer G (Ed.), The real and virtual world of planning (pp. 207-215).
  • Lange E (2002) Visualization in Landscape Architecture and Planning–Where we have been, where we are now and where we might go from here In Buhmann E, Nothhelfer U & Pietsch M (Ed.), Trends in GIS and Virtualization in Environmental Planning and Design

Conference proceedings papers

  • Rani MS, Schroth O, Ross C & Lange E (2017) The Effect of Topographic Correction on SPOT6 Land Cover Classification in Water Catchment Areas in Bandung Basin, Indonesia. GISRUK 2017 Proceedings, 18 April 2017 - 21 April 2017. View this article in WRRO
  • Haynes P & Lange E (2016) In-situ flood visualisation using mobile AR. 2016 IEEE Symposium on 3D User Interfaces (3DUI) (pp 243-244)
  • Lange E, SHAO Y & THWAITES K (2015) Improved Photographic Representation of Human Vision for Landscape Assessment. Systems Thinking in Landscape Planning and Design (pp 90-100)
  • Lange E, HEHL-LANGE S & BILGE G (2015) Plan and Design Together – Just a Vision?. PLAN TOGETHER – RIGHT NOW – OVERALL (pp 483-487)
  • Lange E, HEHL-LANGE S & BILGE G (2015) Using Mobile Devices to Enhance Public Engagement: Collecting Ideas for Future Development and Experiencing the Suggested Future Scenarios. Systems Thinking in Landscape Planning and Design (pp 246-253)
  • Bilge G & Lange E (2014) Use of Mobile Devices in Public Participation for the Design of Open Spaces. Peer Reviewed Proceedings of Digital Landscape Architecture 2014 at ETH Zurich View this article in WRRO
  • Lange E, LINDQUIST M & KANG J (2014) An Assessment of the Potential of Using Visual Abstraction & Sound for Inclusive Geodesign. Landscape Architecture and Planning:
 Developing Digital Methods in GeoDesign (pp 170-179)
  • Lange E, Bilge G & Hehl-Lange S (2014) Use of Mobile Devices in Public Participation for the Design of Open Spaces. DIGITAL LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE DLA 2014 Landscape Architecture and Planning. Developing Digital Methods in GeoDesign (pp 309-314)
  • Lange E, MORGAN E, GILL L & DALLIMER M (2012) Integrating Bird Survey Data into real-time 3D visual and aural simulations. Dialogue on GeoDesign, 3D-Modeling and Visualization in Landscape Architecture (pp 492-498)
  • Lange E, HEHL-LANGE S, GILL L, HENNEBERRY J, KESKIN B, MELL I & MORGAN E (2012) Using 3D Virtual GeoDesigns for Exploring the Economic Value of Alternative Green Infrastructure Options. Dialogue on GeoDesign, 3D-Modeling and Visualization in Landscape Architecture (pp 273-280)
  • Shaw EA, Kumar V, Gill L, Lange E & Lerner DN (2012) Does it help? Testing the usefulness of a tool to aid Integrated Catchment Management. 18TH BIENNIAL ISEM CONFERENCE ON ECOLOGICAL MODELLING FOR GLOBAL CHANGE AND COUPLED HUMAN AND NATURAL SYSTEM, Vol. 13 (pp 797-806)
  • Shaw E, Kumar V, Lerner D & Lange E (2010) Bayesian networks and social objectives: A canoeing case study. Modelling for Environment's Sake: Proceedings of the 5th Biennial Conference of the International Environmental Modelling and Software Society, iEMSs 2010, Vol. 2 (pp 1446-1453)
  • Lange E, MORGAN E, GILL L & ROMANO D (2010) Rapid Prototyping of Urban River Corridors Using 3D Interactive, Real-time Graphics. Digital Landscape Architecture 2010 (pp 182-190)
  • Lange E, GILL L, KUMAR V, LERNER D, MORGAN E, ROMANO D & SHAW E (2010) An interactive visual decision support tool for sustainable urban river corridor management. Proceedings of iEMSs 2010 (pp 1431-1438)
  • Lange E, Gill L, Morgan E & Romano D (2010) Interactive 3D Landscape Assessment Models. Digital Landscape Architecture 2010 (pp 214-220)
  • Lange E, SCHROTH O, SHEPPARD S & SCHMID WA (2008) Transferring Control to the User - Interactivity as an Approach Towards Participatory Visualization Processes. Digital Design in Landscape Architecture 2008 (pp 203-213)
  • Lange E, WISSEN U & SCHMID WA (2005) Optimizing the visualization of 3D-Information for Participative Planning of Landscape Development Concepts. Trends in real-time landscape visualization and participation (pp 237-245)
  • Lange E, SCHROTH O & SCHMID WA (2005) From Information to Participation – Applying Interactive Features in Landscape Visualizations. Trends in real-time landscape visualization and participation (pp 175-183)
  • Lange E, MAMBRETTI I & SCHMID WA (2005) Using visualization for the evaluation of safety and aesthetics conflicts in urban parks. Trends in real-time landscape visualization and participation (pp 282-290)
  • Lange E, CAVENS D & Schmid WA (2003) Virtual Alpine Landscapes and Autonomous Agents. Trends in Landscape Modeling (pp 184-191)
  • Lange E (2002) Visualization in Landscape Architecture and Planning: Where we have been, where we are now and where we might go from here. Trends in GIS and Virtualization in Environmental Planning and Design (pp 8-18)