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id cdc2008_267
authors Rojas, Francisca M.; Kristian Kloeckl and Carlo Ratti
year 2008
title Dynamic City: Investigations into the sensing, analysis and application of real-time, location-based data
source First International Conference on Critical Digital: What Matters(s)? - 18-19 April 2008, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Cambridge (USA), pp. 267-278
summary Over the past decade, our cities have been blanketed with digital bits. Unlike the old electromagnetic, unidirectional waves, these bits are bidirectional they communicate and are thus tied to human activities. Our hypothesis is that by analyzing these bits we can gain an augmented, fine-grained understanding of how the city functions - socially, economically and yes, even psychologically. Some preliminary results from different projects recently carried out at MIT senseable city lab are discussed below.
email fmr@mit.edu
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