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Cities as spatial and social networks / Xinyue Ye, Xingjian Liu, editors.

Contributor(s): Ye, Xinyue [editor.] | Liu, Xingjian [editor.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Human dynamics in smart cities: Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2019Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319953519; 3319953516.Subject(s): Cities and towns -- Technological innovations | Cities and towns -- Geographic information systems | Information society | Technology -- Social aspects | Human behavior | SOCIAL SCIENCE / GeneralGenre/Form: Electronic books.DDC classification: 307.76 LOC classification: HT153Online resources: EBSCOhost Click to View Summary: This book reports on the latest, cutting-edge scholarship on integrating social network and spatial analyses in the built environment.  It sheds light on conceptualization and Implementation of such integration, integration for intra-city level analysis, as well as integration for inter-city level analysis. It explores the use of new data sources concerning human and urban dynamics and provides a discussion of how social network and spatial analyses could be synthesized for a more nuanced understanding of the built environment.  As such this book will be a valuable resource for scholars focusing on city-related networks in a number of ‘urban’ disciplines, including but not limited to urban geography, urban informatics,  urban planning, urban sociology, and urban studies.
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This book reports on the latest, cutting-edge scholarship on integrating social network and spatial analyses in the built environment.  It sheds light on conceptualization and Implementation of such integration, integration for intra-city level analysis, as well as integration for inter-city level analysis. It explores the use of new data sources concerning human and urban dynamics and provides a discussion of how social network and spatial analyses could be synthesized for a more nuanced understanding of the built environment.  As such this book will be a valuable resource for scholars focusing on city-related networks in a number of ‘urban’ disciplines, including but not limited to urban geography, urban informatics,  urban planning, urban sociology, and urban studies.

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