U-Tool: A Urban-Toolkit for Enhancing City Maps Through Citizens' Activity

@inproceedings{Noguera2016UToolAU,
  title={U-Tool: A Urban-Toolkit for Enhancing City Maps Through Citizens' Activity},
  author={Elena del Val Noguera and Javier Palanca C{\'a}mara and Miguel Rebollo},
  booktitle={PAAMS},
  year={2016}
}
The study of the dynamics of cities has become a topic of particular relevance when planning the urban development or analyzing their influence on citizen activities and how citizens interact with the cities. The availability of updated data in real-time about what is happening in a city is of vital importance for the development of what is known as smart cities. 

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