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Data for Development: the D4D Challenge on Mobile Phone Data
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An open data challenge on anonymous call patterns of Orange's mobile phone users in Ivory Coast. Expand
D4D-Senegal: The Second Mobile Phone Data for Development Challenge
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The D4D-Senegal challenge is an open innovation data challenge on anonymous call patterns of Orange's customers in Senegal. Expand
Everyday space–time geographies: using mobile phone-based sensor data to monitor urban activity in Harbin, Paris, and Tallinn
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This paper proposes a methodology for using mobile telephone-based sensor data for detecting spatial and temporal differences in everyday activities in cities. Expand
A Tale of Ten Cities: Characterizing Signatures of Mobile Traffic in Urban Areas
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In this paper, we investigate the heterogeneous patterns emerging in the mobile communication activity recorded within metropolitan regions, but also provide evidence of a number of mobile traffic signatures that are distinctive of different urban fabrics. Expand
Not All Apps Are Created Equal: Analysis of Spatiotemporal Heterogeneity in Nationwide Mobile Service Usage
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We investigate how individual mobile services are consumed at a national scale, by studying data collected in a 3G/4G mobile network deployed over a major European country. Expand
Discovering urban and country dynamics from mobile phone data with spatial correlation patterns
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In this paper, we propose an analytical process aimed at extracting interconnections between different areas of the city that emerge from highly correlated temporal variations of population local densities. Expand
Extracting Semantics of Individual Places from Movement Data by Analyzing Temporal Patterns of Visits
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We develop an intelligent system that learns how to classify personal places and trips while a human analyst visually analyzes and semantically annotates selected subsets of movement data. Expand
Using mobile phone geolocalisation for ‘socio‐geographical’ analysis of co‐ordination, urban mobilities, and social integration patterns
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We report here on research aiming to reconstruct urban mobilities and communication practices through mobile phone base data. Expand
Does Showing Off Help to Make Friends? Experimenting a Sociological Game on Self-Exhibition and Social Networks
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The purpose of this study is to give an empirical glance on different forms of self-exposure on Social Network Sites (SNS). Expand
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