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Perceiving Beijing's "city image" across different groups based on geotagged social media data

Xia Peng, Yi Bao, Zhou Huang
2020 IEEE Access  
With the rising penetration of smart mobile devices and social media, massive data of location-related texts has been generated for a variety of urban areas.  ...  Our research shows text mining on geotagged big data for city image makes it possible to accommodate the heterogeneity of the activities of different groups of people and to understand their preferences  ...  As for big geo-data mining, the commonly used approach is spatial clustering, which could find hotspots or landmarks of the city.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.2995066 fatcat:snjqhzb3hnde7gtm3jfnbu36my

People search and activity mining in large-scale community-contributed photos

Yan-Ying Chen
2012 Proceedings of the 20th ACM international conference on Multimedia - MM '12  
In addition, community-contributed data possess rich contexts such as tags, geo-locations and time stamps, which strongly correlate with user intentions and preferences.  ...  A growing number of users are contributing a huge amount of photos containing people (e.g., family, classmates, colleagues, etc.) to social media for the purpose of photo sharing and social communication  ...  We then use a mean-shift based method on geo-locations of these photos to generate the important locations in each city for the following user trip mining process.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2393347.2396498 dblp:conf/mm/Chen12 fatcat:zhtpqh5zdbfwrpwfgswjzz5veq

Where to be wary: The impact of widespread photo-taking and image enhancement practices on users' geo-privacy [article]

Jaeyoung Choi, Martha Larson, Xinchao Li, Gerald Friedland, Alan Hanjalic
2016 arXiv   pre-print
the performance of geo-location estimation.  ...  These approaches exploit visual matching techniques, applied to a large collection of background images with known geo-locations.  ...  Instagram offers a large number of filters that are carefully tailored, and provide users with a convenient means of enhancing the attractiveness of the photo, with no need for special skill.  ... 
arXiv:1603.01335v1 fatcat:6wc6lx3hlzdlhoktplucy5afoe

Travel Recommendation by Mining People Attributes and Travel Group Types From Community-Contributed Photos

Yan-Ying Chen, An-Jung Cheng, Winston H. Hsu
2013 IEEE transactions on multimedia  
., blogs, GPS logs, and geo-tagged photos) for personalized recommendation is one of the active research problems since there are rich contexts and human activities in such explosively growing data.  ...  Instead of mining photo logs only, we exploit the automatically detected people attributes and travel group types in the photo contents.  ...  The collection of geo-tagged photos; each dot is the place where the photo (e.g., one of the images in (a)) is taken.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tmm.2013.2265077 fatcat:nj6jhjmf2rgi5bya2jaetratoa

The Place and Space of Power [chapter]

Josefine Fokdal, Olivia Bina, Prue Chiles, Liis Ojamäe, Katrin Paadam
2021 Enabling the City  
At the outset, this was intended as a participatory "citizen science" project, working with residents on new solar technologies.  ...  Through the methods of research and the curation of conficting communities of knowledge and ways of doing, we built on opportunities emerging to create the potential for long-term change.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank the whole team involved in the solar energy in future society project and especially all the residents of Stocksbridge, who gave generously of their time and energy  ... 
doi:10.4324/9780429297649-6 fatcat:nkjin3jd55alpl34j355ecfk2u

MSVA

Yin-Tzu Lin, Po-Nien Chen, Chia-Hu Chang, Ja-Ling Wu
2014 Proceedings of the ACM International Conference on Multimedia - MM '14  
User evaluation results show that the proposed method increases the satisfaction of users in viewing the street view sequences.  ...  Google Maps with Street View (GSV) provides ways to explore the world but it lacks efficient ways to present a journey.  ...  In the dataset, Schedl collected 594,306 music-related microblogs (e.g., containing hash tags #nowplaying, #itunes, etc.) by 136,866 users in 722 different cities in 180 countries on Twitter from November  ... 
doi:10.1145/2647868.2654967 dblp:conf/mm/LinCCW14 fatcat:3q3usxsfwjhm7gxpjoilmny4wi

Characterizing Tourism Destination Image Using Photos' Visual Content

Xin Xiao, Chaoyang Fang, Hui Lin
2020 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
With the development of computer deep learning and big data mining technology, identifying the content of massive numbers of tourist photos by convolutional neural network (CNN) approaches breaks through  ...  Our research shows that the visual content mining on travel photos makes it possible to understand the tourism destination image and to reveal the temporal and spatial heterogeneity of the image, thereby  ...  Acknowledgments: Thanks to Fan Zhang of MIT Senseable City Lab and Sergeeva Kseniia of Jiangxi Normal University for helping improve the paper.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi9120730 fatcat:ly5dar5tmnarxkoc7ryeg5kjkq

SenseCityVity: Mobile Crowdsourcing, Urban Awareness, and Collective Action in Mexico

Salvador Ruiz-Correa, Darshan Santani, Beatriz Ramirez-Salazar, Itzia Ruiz-Correa, Fatima Alba Rendon-Huerta, Carlo Olmos-Carrillo, Brisa Carmina Sandoval-Mexicano, Angel Humberto Arcos-Garcia, Rogelio Hasimoto-Beltran, Daniel Gatica-Perez
2017 IEEE pervasive computing  
SenseCityVity focused on the development of a mobile crowdsourcing platform; the deployment of an Urban Data Challenge, co--designed by our research team and actors to collect geo--localized images, audio  ...  The collective action generated a new multimedia data set that is rich in terms of content and is enabling a number of studies towards the understanding of the urban landscape of cities in the Global South  ...  We also acknowledge the enthusiastic participation of CECYTE students, teachers and and school authorities.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mprv.2017.32 fatcat:itnaa6kdzfeg3dzc7e2aopbfyy

Generating Up-to-Date and Detailed Land Use and Land Cover Maps Using OpenStreetMap and GlobeLand30

Cidália Fonte, Marco Minghini, Joaquim Patriarca, Vyron Antoniou, Linda See, Andriani Skopeliti
2017 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
overlapping features that are tagged in a variety of ways.  ...  , enhance the information content of the classes.  ...  L.S. coordinated the writing of the paper with the others, who all contributed sections and helped to edit the manuscript. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi6040125 fatcat:lxmsi3cefve5flinqagwx7dpdi

Augmented reality in postindustrial tourism

M L Olar, I Samuil, M Leba, A Ionica
2019 IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering  
The elements of the environment can be buildings, access roads, vegetation and so on. All of these can be accessed with AR devices, intelligent glasses, or smartphones displays.  ...  The paper presents the different existing applications of AR systems with emphasizes on the tourism field, discussing the potential of further development, the particular aspects concerning the conceptual  ...  Virtual Sightseeing [4] Touch screengeo-tag system appears in the user's vision, fulfilled with information related to the specific location.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1757-899x/572/1/012093 fatcat:w3lidc2ktvbt5casbj7ua4mzgm

Comparing viewing and filtering techniques for mobile urban exploration

Matthias Baldauf, Peter Fröhlich, Kathrin Masuch, Thomas Grechenig
2011 Journal of Location Based Services  
Furthermore, the experiment provides evidence that the advantages of content-based filtering techniques are increasingly preferred to spatial ones in regard to the amount of available information.  ...  Due to the increasing amount of available geo-referenced information, advanced viewing and filtering techniques need to be investigated as a complementation to simple present-day 2D-map presentations.  ...  Acknowledgements This work has been carried out within the projects WikiVienna and U0, which are financed in parts by Vienna's WWTF funding program, by the Austrian Government and by the City of Vienna  ... 
doi:10.1080/17489725.2010.541161 fatcat:uookxxa6fjb4ldajuvaezlolvu

Social Media as a Medium to Promote Local Perception Expression in China's World Heritage Sites

Xiaoxu Liang, Naisi Hua, John Martin, Elena Dellapiana, Cristina Coscia, Yu Zhang
2022 Land  
Collaboration with stakeholders moved online due to the strict restrictions preventing on-site activities.  ...  The assessment of public participation is one of the most fundamental components of holistic and sustainable cultural heritage management.  ...  Land 2022, 11, 841 Acknowledgments: We thank Guang Cai from Harbin Institute of Technology for assistance with accessing the API of Weibo, and Yuan Li, Xiamen University for comments that greatly improved  ... 
doi:10.3390/land11060841 fatcat:etfkpuglkrd47dbxgqcenbnog4

Joint photo stream and blog post summarization and exploration

Gunhee Kim, Seungwhan Moon, Leonid Sigal
2015 2015 IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR)  
In the opposite direction, blog posts can be enhanced with sets of photo streams by showing interpolations between consecutive images in the blogs.  ...  We propose an approach that utilizes large collections of photo streams and blog posts, two of the most prevalent sources of data on the Web, for joint story-based summarization and exploration.  ...  Photo Tourism [26] enables users to interactively browse large collections of geo-tagged photos of tourist attractions in a 3D space.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cvpr.2015.7298927 dblp:conf/cvpr/KimMS15a fatcat:jwckvt7cord7haniuru3ebfgcm

Conflation of OpenStreetMap and Mobile Sports Tracking Data for Automatic Bicycle Routing

Cecilia Bergman, Juha Oksanen
2016 Transactions on GIS  
Revising the number of tracks by diversity of users to surmount local biases in the data had a more limited effect on routing.  ...  We propose a solution where bikeways are prioritized in map-matching, achieving good performance; the HMM-based method matched correctly on average 94% of the route length.  ...  This work has been mainly based on other types of geo-referenced user-generated content than GPS trajectories, such as check-in records (e.g. Foursquare) and geo-tagged photos (e.g. Flickr) (e.g.  ... 
doi:10.1111/tgis.12192 fatcat:guunte36bbflxj2mcgv7nqe5by

Global Manhunt Pushes the Limits of Social Mobilization

Iyad Rahwan, Sohan Dsouza, Alex Rutherford, Victor Naroditskiy, James McInerney, Matteo Venanzi, Nicholas R. Jennings, Manuel Cebrian
2013 Computer  
We report on how we used social media to win this challenge, finding 3 of the targets. We reflect on the difficulties we faced, the lessons we learned, and the implications of this capability.  ...  The Tag Challenge, sponsored by the US State Department, required locating and photographing 5 target persons in 5 different cities in the United States and Europe in less than 12 hours, using only their  ...  Acknowledgments We are grateful to the organizers of the Tag Challenge for running the experiment, and to all our volunteers, especially those who found the targets.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2012.295 fatcat:tc5iearstffrdp4l3mwdqxwsve
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