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The wide adoption of smart mobile devices makes the concept of human as a sensor possible, opening the door to new ways of solving recurrent problems that occur in everyday life by taking advantage of the information these devices can produce. In the case of this paper, we present part of the work done in the EU project SUPERHUB and introduce how geolocated positioning coming from such devices can be used to infer the current context of the city, e.g., disruptive events, and how this information can be used to provide services to the end-users.
CitationÁlvarez-Napagao, S., Tejeda-Gómez, A., Oliva-Felipe, L., García-Gasulla, D., Codina, V., Gómez, I., Vázquez, J. Urban context detection and context-aware recommendation via networks of "humans as sensors". A: International Workshop on Collaborative Agents: Research & Development. "Agent technology for intelligent mobile services and smart societies: Workshop on Collaborative Agents: Research and Development, CARE 2014, and Workshop on Agents, Virtual Societies and Analytics, AVSA 2014: held as part of AAMAS 2014: Paris, France, May 5-9, 2014: revised selected papers". Paris: Springer, 2015, p. 68-85.
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