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The Quantified City: Sensing Dynamics in Urban Setting

@article{Zanouda2017TheQC,
  title={The Quantified City: Sensing Dynamics in Urban Setting},
  author={Tahar Zanouda and Noora Al Emadi and Sofiane Abbar and Jaideep Srivastava},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2017},
  volume={abs/1701.04253}
}
The world is witnessing a period of extreme growth and urbanization; cities in the 21st century became nerve centers creating economic opportunities and cultural values which make cities grow exponentially. With this rapid urban population growth, city infrastructure is facing major problems, from the need to scale urban systems to sustaining the quality of services for citizen at scale. Understanding the dynamics of cities is critical towards informed strategic urban planning. This paper… 
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