An analysis of visitors' length of stay through noninvasive Bluetooth monitoring in the Louvre Museum

@article{Yoshimura2016AnAO,
  title={An analysis of visitors' length of stay through noninvasive Bluetooth monitoring in the Louvre Museum},
  author={Yuji Yoshimura and A. Krebs and C. Ratti},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1605.00108}
}
Art Museums traditionally employ observations and surveys to enhance their knowledge of visitors' behavior and experience. However, these approaches often produce spatially and temporally limited empirical evidence and measurements. Only recently has the ubiquity of digital technologies revolutionized the ability to collect data on human behavior. Consequently, the greater availability of large-scale datasets based on quantifying visitors' behavior provides new opportunities to apply… Expand
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