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Collecting and analyzing soccer-related graffiti with the spatial video technology and GIS: a case study in Krakow, Poland

, Chicago. Guthrie R. D. 2005 The Nature of Paleolithic Art University of Chicago Press Chicago Gyan, D., 25.08.2017, In Krakow, Arch Rivals Separated by a Narrow Field Soccer in NY. Available from: https://soccerinnyc.com/2017/08/25/in-krakow-arch-rivals-separated-by-a-narrow-field/ [accessed: 20.05.2019]. Gyan D. 25.08.2017 In Krakow, Arch Rivals Separated by a Narrow Field Soccer in NY Available from https://soccerinnyc.com/2017/08/25/in-krakow-arch-rivals-separated-by-a-narrow-field/ accessed: 20.05.2019 Halsey, M. & Young, A. (2002

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Delineation of the boundary of an urban agglomeration: evidence from Riga, Latvia

.1080/00385417.1978.10640234 Fuchs R. J. Demko G. J. 1978 Commuting in the USSR Soviet Geography 19 6 363 372 https://doi.org/10.1080/00385417.1978.10640234 Gentile, M., Tammaru, T. & van Kempen, R. (2012) Guest editorial: Heteropolitanization: social and spatial change in Central and East European cities Cities, 29(5), 291–349. 10.1016/j.cities.2012.05.005 Gentile M. Tammaru T. van Kempen R. 2012 Guest editorial: Heteropolitanization: social and spatial change in Central and East European cities Cities 29 5 291 349 Kabisch, N. & Haase, D. (2011

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Disentangling the nexus of global intermediaries: the case of bus rapid transit

, 39(1), 8–13. DOI: 10.1016/j.re-trec.2012.05.018. 10.1016/j.retrec.2012.05.018 Hidalgo D. Gutiérrez L. 2013 BRT and BHLS around the World: Explosive Growth, Large Positive Impacts and Many Issues Outstanding Transport Economics 39 1 8 13 10.1016/j.re-trec.2012.05.018 Howells, J. (2006) Intermediation and the role of intermediaries in innovation Research Policy, 35(5), 715–728. DOI: 10.1016/j.re-spol.2006.03.005. 10.1016/j.respol.2006.03.005 Howells J. 2006 Intermediation and the role of intermediaries in innovation Research Policy

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Defining and assessing walkability: a concept for an integrated approach using surveys, biosensors and geospatial analysis

://link.springer.com/10.1007/s10389-016-0744-5 [accessed: 26.03.2019]. 10.1007/s10389-016-0744-5 Grasser G. Titze S. Stronegger W. J. 2016 Are residents of high-walkable areas satisfied with their neighbourhood? Journal of Public Health 24 6 469 476 Available from http://link.springer.com/10.1007/s10389-016-0744-5 accessed: 26.03.2019 Grob, D. & Michel, U. (2011) Grundlagen für den Fußverkehr Eidgenössisches Departement für Umwelt, Verkehr, Energie und Kommunikation UVEK, Bundesamt für Strassen, Zürich [in German]. Grob D. Michel U. 2011

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A model of the analysis of the dynamics and structure of socio-economic development (an example of the set of the largest Polish cities in the years 1998–2015)

changes in the subsequent years. In this way it was possible to make an analysis of a time series mapping the development process, a study so rarely undertaken in geographical research References Abdi, H. & Williams, L. J. (2010) Principal component analysis Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews Computational Statistics, 2, 433–459. 10.1002/wics.101 Abdi H. & Williams L. J. 2010 Principal component analysis Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews Computational Statistics 2 433 459 Agnew, J. (2011) Space and Place [in:] J. Agnew, D. Livingstone

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Investigating factors affecting the mode choices of commuters in Kuwait city & surrounding urban areas: Strategies for a higher quality and more sustainable public transport system

distribution; and (d) Breakdown of participants by age Source: Jamal 2015 The dominant work trip mode used in Kuwait is driving private cars at 67.1%. Combined with an additional 22.3% of trips made by cars as passengers, a total of 89.5% of all commuting trips are made by car. On the other hand, the combined percentage of commuters choosing public bus or active modes (walk and bike) is around 10.5%. Females are less likely to use public transit, walk or cycle options, and show some interest in telecommuting. Table 1 shows the differences revealed between the

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The Smart City of Medellín, its achievements and potential risks

-HybkJ:https://stat.gov.pl/obszarytematyczne/warunki-zycia/ubostwo-pomoc-spoleczna/rozneoblicza-ubostwa-w-polsce-w-2015-r-i-2018-r-na-podstawie-badania-spojnosci-spolecznej,21,1.html+&cd=2&hl=pl&ct=clnk&gl=pl&client=firefox-b-d [accessed: 28.05.2019] [in Polish]. Ruta N website : www.rutanMedellín.org [accessed: 25.10.2018] [in Spanish]. Secretaría de Movilidad de Medellín, Sistema Inteligente de Movilidad de Medellín (SIMM) website : https://www.medellin.gov.co/simm/ [accessed: 23.04.2019] [in Spanish].

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Craft breweries, adaptive reuse, and neighborhood revitalization

://www.sault-canada.com/en/aboutus/resources/EDRP_Revitalizing_Neighborhoods.pdf [accessed: 04.05.2018] Baginski, J. & Bell, T. L. (2011) Under - Tapped?: An Analysis of Craft Brewing in the Southern United States , Southeastern Geographer, 51(1), 165–185. 10.1353/sgo.2011.0002 Baginski J. Bell T. L. 2011 Under-Tapped?: An Analysis of Craft Brewing in the Southern United States Southeastern Geographer 51 1 165 185 Barajas, M. F., Boeing, G. & Wartell, J. (2017) Neighborhood Change , One Pint at a Time: The Impact of Local Characteristics on Craft Breweries , [in:] N. G. Chapman, J. S. Lellock & C.D. Lippard, eds., Untapped: Exploring the

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Authority and urban space in the city landscape

composition ( Wejchert 1984 Lynch 1960 ; Cullen 1961 ), analysis of function ( Chmielewski 2001 ) as well as the meaning of some particular elements – symbolic analysis ( Szolginia 1981 ; Szmidt 1981 ). At this stage the evaluation of space was made by assessing some particular attributes of an urban complex i.e. its scale, form, spatial organisation and the context of the surroundings in the following manner: − 0 – attribute does not exist or is of no importance; − 0.5 – basic existence of no meaning; − 1 – a predominant feature. The attributes were

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The right to wild. Green urban wasteland in the context of urban planning

processes; − paces designed using top down processes. A total of 8 examples were chosen which meet these criteria: 5) Holzpark Klybeck-a 4.5 ha open air cultural centre (Basel, Switzerland); 6) Prinzessinnengarten – a 0.7 ha community garden and social activity centre (Berlin, Germany); 7) L’espai Germanetes – a 0.5 ha former wasteland and nowadays community garden in a densely populated district of Barcelona (Barcelona Spain); 8) Park am Gleisdreieck – a 36 ha park (Berlin, Germany); 9) Park Kozłowski – an 11 ha park (Warsaw, Poland); 10) Praska Ścieżka

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