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societies in fields that include computer science, data science, computational social science, digital humanities, urban studies, media studies, data visualization, and data design. Since the research that uses large cultural datasets and data science to create, manage, and analyse them is spread between all these institutional and design disciplines, I have been using the umbrella term “Cultural Analytics” to refer to it. (Manovich 2009) Here are a few examples of Cultural Analytics research: “Toward Automated Discovery of Artistic Influence,” (Saleh 2015

social connections that people make through it, and large orbits of meaning and connection that include the nation as not only an “imagined community” but also a sphere of imagined connection and spatiality. Acknowledgments This research has been partly supported by a Fulbright Grant. My thanks to them and Hanyang University, ERICA campus, where I spent the 2014–2015 year. References Abelmann, Nancy (1996): Echoes of the Past, Epics of Dissent, Berkeley: Univer‑ sity of California Press. AlSayyad, Nezar/Guvenc, Muna (2015): “Virtual Uprisings.” In: Urban Studies 52

). And this availability of off-the shelf solutions combined with low entry costs and rapid evolution makes it attractive to Sebastian Vehlken120 harness the advantages of swarming by customizing commercial drones with SI algorithms. Swarm UAS offer substantial advantage over single UASs in research fields where the parallel coverage of wide areas is paramount, e. g. in the genera- tion of spatial data and maps for general use (Colomina and Molina 2014: 79), in environmental or wildlife monitoring, in agriculture, in urban studies, or in military reconaissance

liege nicht zuletzt daran, dass die Stadt als Environment zunehmend in numerischen Wetter- und Klimamodel- len aufgelöst werden könne.63 Erste funktionsfähige Computersimulationen von Städten und ihrem Klima erlauben es, dass Städte innerhalb des globalen Zirku- lationssystems überhaupt sichtbar werden. — 61 Wegen dieses Status werden sie in der Meteorologie auch als ‹Media- toren› zwischen Feld messungen und Computerexperimenten bezeichnet. 62 Vgl. Michael Hebbert, Vladimir Jankovic: Cities and Climate Change. The Precedents and Why They Mat- ter, in: Urban