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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Social media has emerged as one of the data backbones of urban analytics systems. Thanks to geo-located microposts (text-, image-, and video-based) created and shared through portals such as Twitter and Instagram, scientists and practitioners can capitalise on the availability of real-time and semantically rich data sources to perform studies related to cities and the people inhabiting them.Urban analytics systems usually consider the micro posts originating from within a city's boundarydoi:10.1007/978-3-319-38791-8_19 fatcat:5nzzuruev5hldkybd764zuhiga