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Issue No. 03 - July-September (2007 vol. 6)
ISSN: 1536-1268
pp: 52-57
Francesco Calabrese , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Kristian Kloeckl , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Carlo Ratti , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Mark Bilandzic , Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Marcus Foth , Queensland University of Technology
Angela Button , Queensland University of Technology
Helen Klaebe , Queensland University of Technology
Laura Forlano , Columbia University and NYCwireless
Sean White , Columbia University
Petia Morozov , Columbia University
Steven Feiner , Columbia University
Fabien Girardin , Pompeu Fabra University
Josep Blat , Pompeu Fabra University
Nicolas Nova , Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
M.P. Pieniazek , University of Salford
Rob Tieben , Eindhoven University of Technology
Koen van Boerdonk , Eindhoven University of Technology
Sietske Klooster , Eindhoven University of Technology
Elise van den Hoven , Eindhoven University of Technology
J. Martín Serrano , Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Joan Serrat , Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Daniel Michelis , Berlin University of the Arts and University of St. Gallen
Eric Kabisch , University of California, Irvine
This Works in Progress department features 12 urban computing projects that span a range of computing and social areas. The first entry examines how an urban environment could operate as a large-scale, real-time control system. One project focuses on annotating public spaces and sharing the tags with others. Two projects tie together social networking in cyberspace with local urban communities. Two projects examine computing and social interactions in physical spaces. Two entries explore how to combine synthetic and physical views of urban environments. Four entries investigate how we explore urban spaces, interact with technology in those spaces, and create shared community histories. This department is part of a special issue on urban computing.
pervasive computing, urban environments, real-time control system, mobile location bookmarking, urban community platform, bookmark, location-based, MyCornr, social network, urban renewal, History Lines, residential history, Wi-Fi, hotspots, municipal wireless networks, community wireless organizations, situated visualization, mobile augmented reality, high-level human behavior, ambient map making, urban identities, choreography of interaction, movement-based design, musical composition, bodily contact, ontologies, services support, ontology for support and management of pervasive services, public interaction, datascape, hybrid worlds, georeferenced data sets, hidden narratives

S. Klooster et al., "Urban Computing and Mobile Devices," in IEEE Pervasive Computing, vol. 6, no. , pp. 52-57, 2007.
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