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Spatial Synthesis Computational Social Science and Humanities

Human Dynamics in Smart Cities Series Editors Shih-Lung Shaw, Department of Geography, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, USA Daniel Sui, Department of Geography, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA

This series covers advances in information and communication technology (ICT), mobile technology, and location-aware technology and ways in which they have fundamentally changed how social, political, economic and transportation systems work in today’s globally connected world. These changes have raised many exciting research questions related to human dynamics at both disaggregate and aggregate levels that have attracted attentions of researchers from a wide range of disciplines. This book series aims to capture this emerging dynamic interdisciplinary field of research as a one-stop depository of our cumulative knowledge on this topic that will have profound implications for future human life in general and urban life in particular. Covering topics from theoretical perspectives, space-time analytics, modeling human dynamics, urban analytics, social media and big data, travel dynamics, to privacy issues, development of smart cities, and problems and prospects of human dynamics research. This will include contributions from the participants of the past and future Symposium on Human Dynamics Research held at the American Association of Geographers annual meeting as well as other researchers with research interests related to human dynamics via open submissions. The series invites contributions of theoretical, technical, or application aspects of human dynamics research from a global and interdisciplinary audience.

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Spatial Synthesis Computational Social Science and Humanities


Editors Xinyue Ye Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning Texas A&M University College Station, TX, USA

Hui Lin School of Geography and Environment Jiangxi Normal University Nanchang, China

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