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A Tale of One City: Using Cellular Network Data for Urban Planning
October-December 2011 (vol. 10 no. 4)
pp. 18-26
Richard A Becker, AT&T Labs-Research
Ramon Caceres, AT&T Labs-Research
Karrie Hanson, AT&T Labs-Research
Ji Meng Loh, AT&T Labs-Reseacrh
Simon Urbanek, AT&T Labs-Research
Alexander Varshavsky, AT&T Labs-Research
Chris Volinsky, AT&T Labs-Research

Cellular data from call detail records can help urban planners better understand city dynamics. The authors use CDR data to analyze people flow in and out of a suburban city near New York City.

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Index Terms:
Large-scale opportunistic sensing, call detail records, people flow, cellular data, pervasive computing, urban planning
Citation:
Richard A Becker, Ramon Caceres, Karrie Hanson, Ji Meng Loh, Simon Urbanek, Alexander Varshavsky, Chris Volinsky, "A Tale of One City: Using Cellular Network Data for Urban Planning," IEEE Pervasive Computing, vol. 10, no. 4, pp. 18-26, Oct.-Dec. 2011, doi:10.1109/MPRV.2011.44
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