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Tracking research – An agenda for urban design and planning

Jeroen van Schaick

Abstract


Van Schaick analyses the assumptions underlying the application of tracking technologies. On the basis of his findings and the results of the expert meeting Urbanism on track, he synthesises an agenda for the application of tracking research in the context of urban design and planning.


Keywords


Tracking Technologies; Urbanism; Urban Design; Urban Planning

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7480/rius.1.204

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