It begins with two examples of current at the time of publication of the book: In this sense, the conquest of space is for her a new stage of secularization, a theme that returns in the last chapter of the book, and is also very present in his essay on the concept of history. The second example, the automation of work, is very similar in the sense that technological progress is likely to free man from the drudgery of work:
This article is an open access article distributed under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution license http: This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract Ubiquitous geo-sensing enables context-aware analyses of physical and social phenomena, i. Although such context-aware analysis can potentially enable a more holistic understanding of spatio-temporal processes, it is rarely documented in the scientific literature yet.
In this paper we analyzed the collective human behavior in the context of the weather. We therefore explored the complex relationships between these two spatio-temporal phenomena to provide novel insights into the dynamics of urban systems.
Aggregated mobile phone data, which served as a proxy for collective human behavior, was linked with the weather data from climate stations in the case study area, the city of Udine, Northern Italy.
To identify and characterize potential patterns within the weather-human relationships, we developed a hybrid approach which integrates several spatio-temporal statistical analysis methods.
Thereby we show that explanatory factor analysis, when applied to a number of meteorological variables, can be used to differentiate between normal and adverse weather conditions.
The analyses result in three spatially referenced maps of MICs which reveal interesting insights into collective human dynamics in the context of weather, but also initiate several new scientific challenges. Introduction Understanding the complex interface between the environment and humans and its inherent dynamics is a multidisciplinary challenge.
One precondition to achieving such knowledge is in any case the availability of representative data samples regarding the phenomena of interest. Since citizens play a central role in urban dynamics, extensive scientific research is dedicated to the understanding of both individual and collective human behavior on different operational scales.
One frequently used data source is user-generated traffic in mobile communication networks, which can be used to better understand and model collective human activity and mobility [ 1 — 3 ]. Furthermore, peoples' living environments are monitored and assessed by a variety of geospatial technologies such as remote sensing and especially in-situ sensor networks [ 4 — 6 ].
In this paper we address the latter research need by evaluating the spatio-temporal relationships between collective human dynamics and weather in an urban environment. We extend our hybrid approach [ 7 ] and apply inductive and deductive reasoning methods in order to evaluate the spatio-temporal patterns of human activity in Udine Italytaking into account the local weather.
Various different external or context factors within the domain of urban dynamics have been addressed in scientific literature see next section: For instance, the sudden onset of heavy rainfall may instantaneously impact people's use of private or public transportation, or affect their re- arrangement of personal and business activities etc.
However, the integration of environmental factors in general and meteorological conditions in particular into human dynamics analyses is rarely discussed. Untreated research questions comprise, for instance, what trends would emerge if we shift our attention to larger time scales, i.
For example, during a persistent cold front or in the winter season, would the human mobility and activity patterns remain the same or would they change?
Further, we could examine to what extent they would change and why and whether or not further driving factors play a role. One may continue zooming out, in both time and space, and observe yet other associations of environmental phenomena with human behavior even at a global scale and in the long-term.
With this paper we tackle this fundamental lack of understanding the impact of weather and climate conditions to human behavior by investigating meteorological and human dynamics at the operational scale of a small European city.
From a ubiquitous geo-sensing point of view, the understanding of the complex relationships between collective human activity and weather patterns can potentially provide novel insights into the underlying processes or cause-effect relationships.
Such understanding can create spatio-temporal and situational awareness for various purposes, e. We therefore took environmental factors into account, in this case weather conditions, when modeling the human dynamics.
The following research question thus arises: In this paper we demonstrate that the weather-aware sensing of collective human activity can disclose additional insights into the complex human-environment interface.
Therefore we verified and extended our approach described in [ 7 ] and consolidated the meteorological sensor measurements from environmental monitoring stations with human activity patterns, which were derived from user-generated mobile network traffic, on a common space-time basis.
In order to explore temporal, spatial and periodic relationships within the comprehensive data set, we applied analysis methods from the time- space- and frequency domain. We also demonstrated that explanatory factor analysis can be used to extract basic weather conditions from a number of meteorological variables.
Considering a real-time sensor data stream, this can reduce computation demands and thus significantly speed up near real-time weather analysis.The human condition is a term which references our complicated existence by highlighting our ongoing ability to adapt and change both our perceptions and values.
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Ubiquitous geo-sensing enables context-aware analyses of physical and social phenomena, i.e., analyzing one phenomenon in the context of another.
Although such context-aware analysis can potentially enable a more holistic understanding of spatio-temporal processes, it is rarely documented in the scientific literature yet.
In this paper we analyzed the collective human behavior in the context. Themes Themes are the fundamental and often universal ideas explored in a literary work.
Sin, Knowledge, and the Human Condition. Sin and knowledge are linked in the Judeo-Christian tradition. The human condition refers to the positive and negative aspects of being human.
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