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CyberParks – The Interface Between People, Places and Technology

New Approaches and Perspectives

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  • Written by experts

  • High quality selected papers

  • State of the art research

Part of the book series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS, volume 11380)

Part of the book sub series: Information Systems and Applications, incl. Internet/Web, and HCI (LNISA)

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Table of contents (24 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XV
  2. The Unveiling Potential of Cyberparks

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1
    2. The Rationale of CyberParks and the Potential of Mediated Public Open Spaces

      • Carlos Smaniotto Costa, Ina Šuklje Erjavec
      Pages 3-13Open Access
    3. Heterotopic Landscapes: From GreenParks to Hybrid Territories

      • Catarina Patrício, Christoph Breser, Konstantinos Ioannidis
      Pages 14-24Open Access
    4. Cybercities: Mediated Public Open Spaces - A Matter of Interaction and Interfaces

      • Stefan Zedlacher, Anna Khromova, Eva Savina Malinverni, Preben Hansen
      Pages 25-37Open Access
    5. Liveable Open Public Space - From Flaneur to Cyborg

      • Aleksandra Djukic, Thanos Vlastos, Viera Joklova
      Pages 38-49Open Access
    6. Exploring the Concept of Cyberpark: What the Experts Think

      • Paschalis Arvanitidis, Konstantinos Lalenis, Georgios Artopoulos, Montserrat Pallares-Barbera
      Pages 50-66Open Access
  3. Socio-Spatial Practices

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 67-67
    2. Socio-Spatial Practices: An Introduction and Overview

      • Therese Kenna, Gabriela Maksymiuk
      Pages 69-75Open Access
    3. People - Space - Technology: An Ethnographic Approach

      • Marluci Menezes, Paschalis Arvanitidis, Therese Kenna, Petja Ivanova-Radovanova
      Pages 76-86Open Access
    4. Public Space Engagement and ICT Usage by University Students: An Exploratory Study in Three Countries

      • Paschalis Arvanitidis, Therese Kenna, Gabriela Maksymiuk
      Pages 87-108Open Access
    5. Teenagers’ Perception of Public Spaces and Their Practices in ICTs Uses

      • Marluci Menezes, Paschalis Arvanitidis, Carlos Smaniotto Costa, Zvi Weinstein
      Pages 109-119Open Access
    6. Challenging Methods and Results Obtained from User-Generated Content in Barcelona’s Public Open Spaces

      • Montserrat Pallares-Barbera, Elena Masala, Jugoslav Jokovic, Aleksandra Djukic, Xavier Albacete
      Pages 120-136Open Access
    7. Social Implications of New Mediated Spaces: The Need for a Rethought Design Approach

      • Antoine Zammit, Therese Kenna, Gabriela Maksymiuk
      Pages 137-150Open Access
  4. Programming and Activating Cyberparks

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 151-151
    2. Programming and Activating Cyberparks: An Introduction and Overview

      • Michiel de Lange, Martijn de Waal
      Pages 153-156Open Access
    3. Using ICT in the Management of Public Open Space as a Commons

      • Georgios Artopoulos, Paschalis Arvanitidis, Sari Suomalainen
      Pages 167-180Open Access
    4. Cyberpark, a New Medium of Human Associations, a Component of Urban Resilience

      • Konstantinos Lalenis, Balkiz Yapicioglou, Petja Ivanova-Radovanova
      Pages 196-208Open Access

About this book

This open access book is about public open spaces, about people, and about the relationship between them and the role of technology in this relationship. It is about different approaches, methods, empirical studies, and concerns about a phenomenon that is increasingly being in the centre of sciences and strategies – the penetration of digital technologies in the urban space. As the main outcome of the CyberParks Project, this book aims at fostering the understanding about the current and future interactions of the nexus people, public spaces and technology. It addresses a wide range of challenges and multidisciplinary perspectives on emerging phenomena related to the penetration of technology in people’s lifestyles - affecting therefore the whole society, and with this, the production and use of public spaces. Cyberparks coined the term cyberpark to describe the mediated public space, that emerging type of urban spaces where nature and cybertechnologies blend together to generate hybrid experiences and enhance quality of life.

Keywords

  • Computer networks
  • Data communication systems
  • Electronic commerce
  • Information technology
  • Mobile computing
  • Mobile devices
  • Social networking
  • Telecommunication networks
  • Digital Technologies
  • Digital Tools
  • Digitally Enhanced Places
  • Ethnographic Studies
  • Hybrid Places
  • Interactions of People and Places
  • Open Access
  • Physical-Digital Interfaces
  • Sensor Devices and Platforms
  • Spatial needs
  • Uses and Users of Public Spaces
  • World Wide Web

Editors and Affiliations

  • Universidade Lusófona, Lisbon, Portugal

    Carlos Smaniotto Costa

  • Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia, Ljubljana, Slovenia

    Ina Šuklje Erjavec

  • University College Cork, Cork, Ireland

    Therese Kenna

  • Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands

    Michiel de Lange

  • aaiko arkitekter, Oslo, Norway

    Konstantinos Ioannidis

  • Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Warsaw, Poland

    Gabriela Maksymiuk

  • Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

    Martijn de Waal

Bibliographic Information

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