Abdulmonem Alabri's research while affiliated with The University of Queensland and other places

Publications (6)

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The Internet, Web 2.0 and Social Networking technologies are enabling citizens to actively participate in ‘citizen science’ projects by contributing data to scientific programmes via the Web. However, the limited training, knowledge and expertise of contributors can lead to poor quality, misleading or even malicious data being submitted. Subsequent...
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The Health-e-Waterways Project is a multi-disciplinary collaboration between the University of Queensland, Microsoft Research and the South East Queensland Healthy Waterways Partnership (SEQ-HWP). This project develops the underlying technological framework and set of services to enable streamlined access to the expanding collection of real-time, n...
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The Health-e-Waterways Project is a multi-disciplinary collaboration between the University of Queensland, Microsoft Research and the South East Queensland Healthy Waterways Partnership (SEQ-HWP). This project develops the underlying technological framework and set of services to enable streamlined access to the expanding collection of real-time, n...
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The Internet, Web 2.0 and Social Networking technologies are enabling citizens to actively participate in citizen science projects by contributing data to scientific programs. However, the limited expertise of contributors can lead to poor quality or misleading data being submitted. Subsequently, the scientific community often perceive citizen scie...
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The Health-e-Waterways Project is a collaboration between the University of Queensland, Microsoft Research and the South East Queensland Healthy Waterways Partnership (SEQ-HWP) (a consortium of over 60 local government, state agency, universities, community and environmental organizations). The aim of the project is to develop a highly innovative f...

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... Quantitative evaluation can provide additional information on factors preventing citizen scientists from providing data that is fit for purpose. An example of quantitative evaluation is the study by Hunter et al. (2013) who investigated trustworthiness to provide quality data through evaluation of various trust metrics. Hence, there is a need for a more systematic investigation of the relationship between citizen scientists' attributes and the quality of the rainfall data that they collect. ...
... The studies that develop and improve ontologies integrated into these systems in the water resources management domain are as follows. Alabri et al. (2009) build The Ecosystem Health Monitoring Program (EHMP) ontology, the underlying water information management system, and a web portal. They create annual ecosystem report cards and generate WaterWiki. ...
... Several works highlight the importance of integrating and combining data from multiple and heterogeneous sources using ontologies and Linked Data principles. There are some relevant works in the environmental sciences area (CUAHSI 2010;Hunter et al. 2011;Curry et al. 2014;DEFRA 2014;Kämpgen et al. 2014;Masmoudi et al. 2020). However, even though some of these works focused on monitoring water resources, there are no previous contributions where knowledge graphs with spatio-temporal and legal components are developed to characterize water quality in a river basin to the best of our knowledge. ...
... The approach starts with designing the CS project. A well-planned preparation will aid in determining the appropriate workflows, as well as identifying areas where public participants' data can be validated (Alabri & Hunter, 2010). This design stage should answer the following questions: What information needs to be collected? ...