Street computing : towards an integrated open data Application Programming Interface (API) for cities
Robinson, Ricky, Rittenbruch, Markus, Foth, Marcus, Filonik, Daniel, & Viller, Stephen (2014) Street computing : towards an integrated open data Application Programming Interface (API) for cities. In Foth, Marcus, Rittenbruch, Markus, Robinson, Ricky, & Viller, Stephen (Eds.) Street Computing : Urban Informatics and City Interfaces. Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), Oxon, United Kingdom, pp. 1-24.
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This special issue of the Journal of Urban Technology brings together five articles that are based on presentations given at the Street Computing Workshop held on 24 November 2009 in Melbourne in conjunction with the Australian Computer- Human Interaction conference (OZCHI 2009). Our own article introduces the Street Computing vision and explores the potential, challenges, and foundations of this research trajectory. In order to do so, we first look at the currently available sources of information and discuss their link to existing research efforts. Section 2 then introduces the notion of Street Computing and our research approach in more detail. Section 3 looks beyond the core concept itself and summarizes related work in this field of interest. We conclude by introducing the papers that have been contributed to this special issue.
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