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Innovative Technologies in Urban Mapping

Built Space and Mental Space

Contin, Antonella, Paolini, Paolo, Salerno, Rossella (Eds.)

2014, VI, 198 p.

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  • Multidisciplinary and innovative use of ICT in urban studies and fast growing cities
  • Presenting new and original research in both theoretical and practical fields
  • Presenting newly discovered scientific methods
The book presents a comprehensive vision of the impact of ICT on the contemporary city, heritage, public spaces and meta-cities on both urban and metropolitan scales, not only in producing innovative perspectives but also related to newly discovered scientific methods, which can be used to stimulate the emerging reciprocal relations between cities and information technologies. Using the principles established by multi-disciplinary interventions as examples and then expanding on them, this book demonstrates how by using ICT and new devices, metropolises can be organized for a future that preserves the historic nucleus of the city and the environment while preparing the necessary expansion of transportation, housing and industrial facilities.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Communication Technology and Meta-City - Echo-pastoral Landscape and Cyber Archaeology - Mapping and Locative Media - Strategic Design

Related subjects » Communication Networks - Computational Science & Engineering - HCI - Information Systems and Applications

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