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cItyAM : Managing Big Urban Data for Analyzing and Modelling Cities. / Bozzon, Alessandro; Hauff, Claudia; Houben, G.J.

In: ERCIM News, No. 98, 07.2014, p. 41-43.

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title = "cItyAM: Managing Big Urban Data for Analyzing and Modelling Cities",
abstract = "As we race towards fully connected living environments at full speed, urban stakeholders and decision makers are demanding analytic solutions that are able to provide actionable insights about citizens and their interactions with these environments. The Web Information Systems group at Delft University ofTechnology responded to this challenge by developing cItyAM, an integrated platform thatsupports the analysis and modelling of urban data. This data is received from a wide range of sources including social media, (social) sensors, open government data and a multiple knowledge repositories.",
author = "Alessandro Bozzon and Claudia Hauff and G.J. Houben",
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