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    • A city of cities: Measuring how 15-minutes urban accessibility shapes human mobility in Barcelona 

      Graells Garrido, Eduardo; Serra Burriel, Feliu; Rowe, Francisco; Cucchietti, Fernando; Reyes Valenzuela, Patricio Alejandro (Public Library of Science (PLOS), 2021-05-05)
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      As cities expand, human mobility has become a central focus of urban planning and policy making to make cities more inclusive and sustainable. Initiatives such as the “15-minutes city” have been put in place to shift the ...
    • A constellation of horrors: analysis and visualization of the #Cuéntalo movement 

      Bucalo Mana, María Soledad; Calvo, Luz; Cucchietti, Fernando; García Povedano, David; García Sáez, Artur; Gómez Celis, Juan Felipe; Arcadio González, Camilo; Marín, Guillermo; Reyes, Patricio; Serra Burriel, Feliu; Vélez García, Diana Fernanda; Meta, Irene (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2019)
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      In this work, we analyze content and structure of the Twitter trending topic #cuentalo with the purpose of providing a visualization of the movement. A supervised learning methodology is used to train the classifying ...
    • Measuring spatial subdivisions in urban mobility with mobile phone data 

      Graells Garrido, Eduardo; Meta, Irene; Serra Burriel, Feliu; Reyes Valenzuela, Patricio Alejandro; Cucchietti, Fernando (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2020)
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      Urban population grows constantly. By 2050 two thirds of the world population will reside in urban areas. This growth is faster and more complex than the ability of cities to measure and plan for their sustainability. To ...
    • Natural disasters, remote sensing, and synthetic controls 

      Serra Burriel, Feliu; Delicado Useros, Pedro Francisco; Cucchietti, Fernando (Barcelona Supercomputing Center, 2020-05)
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      Satellite imagery has been used for decades to study changes on Earth’s surface and understand the mechanisms that have shaped it as we know it today. Moreover, substantial improvements in computing power and the increase ...
    • Wildfires vegetation recovery through satellite remote sensing and functional data analysis 

      Serra Burriel, Feliu; Delicado Useros, Pedro Francisco; Cucchietti, Fernando (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI), 2021-06-07)
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      In recent years, wildfires have caused havoc across the world, which are especially aggravated in certain regions due to climate change. Remote sensing has become a powerful tool for monitoring fires, as well as for measuring ...