Jeries Besharat

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The authors describe their analysis of three months' worth of collected human-physical environment interactions (Foursquare check-in) data for a medium-sized city in Greece. Their analysis shows that although the data generated by the citizens is scarce (on average, fewer than 10 users checked in at any time during the day), they could use it to build a(More)
In this paper we present HotCity, a service that demonstrates how collecting and mining the interactions that users make with the urban environment through social networks, can help tourists better plan activities, through sharing the collectively generated social context of a smart, connected city, as a background layer to mapped POI. The data for our(More)
We describe our analysis of three months worth of collected human-physical environment interactions (foursquare check-in) data for two European cities: a medium-sized city in the Mediterranean and a larger city in North West Europe. Our analysis shows that though the data generated by the citizens is scarce (i.e. on average less than 15 users checked in at(More)
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