Kael Greco

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Home-work commuting has always attracted significant research attention because of its impact on human mobility. One of the key assumptions in this domain of study is the universal uniformity of commute times. However, a true comparison of commute patterns has often been hindered by the intrinsic differences in data collection methods, which make(More)
This paper presents the City Browser, a tool developed to analyze the complexities underlying human mobility at the city scale. The tool uses data generated from mobile phones as a proxy to provide several insights with regards to the commuting patterns of the population within the bounds of a city. The three major components of the browser are the data(More)
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