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Crowd-sourced cartography

Shoko Wakamiya, Ryong Lee, Kazutoshi Sumiya
2012 Proceedings of the 2012 ACM Conference on Ubiquitous Computing - UbiComp '12  
In order to explore and exploit the urban complexity from crowd-sourced lifelogs, we focus on location-based social network sites.  ...  For the purpose, we measure socio-cognitive distance among urban clusters based on human mobility to represent accessibility of urban areas based on crowd's movement.  ...  In our previous work [10, 14] , we proposed a method to characterize urban areas by detecting significant latent patterns of crowd's behavior exploiting geo-tagged tweets extractable from Twitter.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2370216.2370424 dblp:conf/huc/WakamiyaLS12 fatcat:sekrbafayjfsxotoea7fmsrsze

From the internet of things to embedded intelligence

Bin Guo, Daqing Zhang, Zhiwen Yu, Yunji Liang, Zhu Wang, Xingshe Zhou
2012 World wide web (Bussum)  
[47] developed a video-based system that recognizes crowd behaviors (e.g., fighting, street passing) in public places.  ...  Citysense [44] , a mobile application developed by this company, supports real-time discovery of hotspots in urban areas. Lifelogging Human memory is fallible.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11280-012-0188-y fatcat:ocyb57s5mvhmtep5ezcf7pbcku

Geosocial gauge: a system prototype for knowledge discovery from social media

Arie Croitoru, Andrew Crooks, Jacek Radzikowski, Anthony Stefanidis
2013 International Journal of Geographical Information Science  
Furthermore, the wide spectrum of social media data and service types provides a multitude of perspectives on real-world activities and happenings, thus opening new frontiers in geosocial knowledge discovery  ...  A similar study indicated that over 65% of its user constituency being younger than 44 years and that usage is notably higher in urban areas (Smith and Brenner 2012) .  ...  The query parameters may be, for example, based on location (area of interest to which the Downloaded by [George Mason University] at 09:56 05 November 2013 Figure 1 .  ... 
doi:10.1080/13658816.2013.825724 fatcat:w56o6glxrfabtghclf62mkjnrm

A LATENT STRUCTURE ANALYSIS OF A CITY CENTER USING SPATIAL AND CATEGORICAL CO-OCCURRENCE INFORMATION OF FACILITIES
店舗の空間的・業種的共起関係に基づいた中心市街地の潜在構造分析

Kazuya INAGAKI, Yusuke HARA, Masao KUWAHARA
2016 Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers Ser D3 (Infrastructure Planning and Management)  
.: Stratification structure of urban habitats, Pervasive Urban Applications Workshop, 2012. 16) Lee, R., Wakamiya, S. and Sumiya, K.: Urban area characterization based on crowd behavioral lifelogs over  ...  We conclude that 1) the facility accumulation of the target area was classified by latent classes based on the co-occurrence information, 2) each latent class indicates its quantitative property, 3) the  ... 
doi:10.2208/jscejipm.72.i_473 fatcat:6hivckw6onaphaliwh5yrs3dqu

User-Generated Content in Social Media (Dagstuhl Seminar 17301)

Tat-Seng Chua, Norbert Fuhr, Gregory Grefenstette, Kalervo Järvelin, Jaakko Paltonen, Marc Herbstritt
2018 Dagstuhl Reports  
Social media have a profound impact on individuals, businesses, and society.  ...  WG1 invented an "Information Nutrition Label" that characterizes a document by different features such as e.g. emotion, opinion, controversy, and topicality; For computing these feature values, available  ...  "On the credibility perception of news on Twitter: Readers, topics and features." Computers in Human Behavior 75 (2017) 785-794. 6.  ... 
doi:10.4230/dagrep.7.7.110 dblp:journals/dagstuhl-reports/ChuaFGJP17 fatcat:bman5u6q5zdg7a6csnzwpba7sm

Expresión de fenómenos urbanos efímeros a partir de las redes sociales

Almudena Nolasco Cirugeda, Leticia Serrano Estrada, Pablo Martí Ciriquián
2019 Zarch  
area characterization based on crowd behavioral lifelogs over Twitter", Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 17, núm. 4 (2013): 605-20, doi:10.1007/s00779-012- 0510-9 21 "Digital Mapping : the analysis  ...  ., "Extracting and understanding urban areas of interest using geotagged photos", Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 54 (2015): 240-54, doi:10.1016/j.  ... 
doi:10.26754/ojs_zarch/zarch.2019133908 fatcat:couebma3izajln4lt5lzaat7pu

Minds Online: The Interface between Web Science, Cognitive Science and the Philosophy of Mind

Paul Smart, Robert Clowes, Richard Heersmink
2017 Foundations and Trends® in Web Science  
Acknowledgements All: The authors would like to thank two anonymous reviewers for their valuable insights and comments on an earlier version of the present review.  ...  Trending topics on Twitter are one example of this sort of influence [see 199]. • Traces of past behavior (e.g., purchasing decisions) can sometimes influence future behavior.  ...  the behavior of the system's user community [508] . 1 A Twitter user, for example, has no real control over the information that depicts the number of followers associated with their user account.  ... 
doi:10.1561/1800000026 fatcat:jm4j623u5bhsdkqkerxc4tzite

Evolving the Ecosystem of Personal Behavioral Data

Jason Wiese, Sauvik Das, Jason I. Hong, John Zimmerman
2017 Human-Computer Interaction  
Twitter).  ...  Phone placement data may not seem to be personal data at first glance, but over time phone placement data can be used to characterize the behavior of individuals.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07370024.2017.1295857 fatcat:f6xcltcxvvbyrify3vsvzs6ske

Digital Objects, Digital Subjects: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Capitalism, Labour and Politics in the Age of Big Data

Antal Wozniak
2019 European Journal of Communication  
Twitter is another example: it has over a billion registered users; one pop singer, Katy Perry, has over 94 million followers. Most people have 200.  ...  I will do this by focusing on three key areas: history, value and subjects.  ...  When one utters the word 'party' , i.e. political party, the mind flies, at least for most people on the Left, to a very specific form of party, to what the French political sociologist Maurice Duverger  ... 
doi:10.1177/0267323119873743 fatcat:aofc4pbkljckfc6i52jecqv5pi

Dagstuhl Reports, Volume 7, Issue 7, July 2017, Complete Issue [article]

2018
We also present results on local characterizations of Reeb spaces.  ...  De Clercq et al. proposed to use the crowd to predict text readibility [61].  ...  areas.  ... 
doi:10.4230/dagrep.7.7 fatcat:ve4n3wvvk5bkfgae36nsto7sre

Research Summit 2021- Book of Abstracts [article]

Artur Silva, António Teixeira
2021
Nature-based solutions (NBS) can provide effective answers to current and future environmental problems in urban areas, such as climate change and increasing urbanization.  ...  With these data, usually denoted as lifelog data, we can then analyze and understand personal experiences and behaviors. This process is called lifelogging.  ...  The gelatin-LNFs electrospun patches were characterized in terms of physicochemical and biological properties.  ... 
doi:10.48528/qdpf-e229 fatcat:o6eqjoqg65arljzd4agsarc4uq

The Fourth International Conference on Creative Content Technologies

Hans-Werner Sehring, Jalel Ben-Othman, Zhou Su, Jalel Ben-Othman, Zhou Su, Dana Al Kukhun, Savvas Chatzichristofis, Andrea Esuli, Wolfgang Fohl, Antonio Javier, García Sánchez, Patrick Gros (+16 others)
The Fourth International Conference on Creative Content Technologies (CONTENT 2012   unpublished
any of the above topics short papers on work in progress, and panel proposals.  ...  We hope that CONTENT 2012 was a successful international forum for the exchange of ideas and results between academia and industry and for the promotion of progress in the area of creative content technologies  ...  Based on this concept, there are two key issues [1] addressed for the measurements: characterization of user activities and usage patterns.  ... 
fatcat:bjyibztgsfgodhx6zg7elrciym

Brussels, Belgium MOBILITY 2015 Editors MOBILITY 2015 COMMITTEE MOBILITY Advisory Committee MOBILITY 2015 Technical Program Committee

Josef Noll, Carlos Westphall, Josef Noll, Abdulrahman Yarali, Claudia Linnhoff-Popien, Filipe Pinto, Telecom Inovação, Kamill Panitzek, Matthias Trojahn, Jingli Li, Jiankun Hu, Josef Noll (+71 others)
unpublished
Users increasingly rely on devices in different mobile scenarios and situations. "Everything is mobile", and mobility is now ubiquitous.  ...  We hope that MOBILITY 2015 was a successful international forum for the exchange of ideas and results between academia and industry and for the promotion of progress in the areas of mobile services, resources  ...  The DTPOS+ACO mimics traffic behavior in an urban environment.  ... 
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Energy-efficient Continuous Context Sensing on Mobile Phones

Julien Eberle
2015
Based on these encouraging results, we analyzed in more detail the behavior of our strategy on the smaller Paléo Festival dataset.  ...  This is costly for large areas and even worse when the Wi-Fi infrastructure is likely to change over time.  ... 
doi:10.5075/epfl-thesis-6761 fatcat:hjo2ptz3nbenxc365s3fnqam4a

Obstacles to wearable computing

Helen Oliver, Apollo-University Of Cambridge Repository, Jonathon Crowcroft, Richard Mortier
2021
They then updated their DFs as a way to reflect on the implications of the technology.  ...  They argue for better characterization in narrative-based HCI research in order to get a better feel of the user experience.  ...  With hearing aids, in the middle of a crowd, hearing is almost impossible, there is too much noise and voices cannot be distinguished. So it is easier to stand on the edge of a crowded room.  ... 
doi:10.17863/cam.78712 fatcat:ckzmccr4afh4npwrwnummx6pzm
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