Environment and Planning B-Urban Analytics and City Science

Papers
(The H4-Index of Environment and Planning B-Urban Analytics and City Science is 17. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
ArticleCitations
The Coronavirus crisis: What will the post-pandemic city look like?77
How can the urban landscape affect urban vitality at the street block level? A case study of 15 metropolises in China49
Will coronavirus cause a big city exodus?33
Modeling the relationships between historical redlining, urban heat, and heat-related emergency department visits: An examination of 11 Texas cities33
Validating activity, time, and space diversity as essential components of urban vitality32
Urban function recognition by integrating social media and street-level imagery31
The interplay of spatial spread of COVID-19 and human mobility in the urban system of China during the Chinese New Year26
Examining the spatial distribution and temporal change of the green view index in New York City using Google Street View images and deep learning24
Classifying settlement types from multi-scale spatial patterns of building footprints23
Sidewalk extraction using aerial and street view images23
Associations between the quality of street space and the attributes of the built environment using large volumes of street view pictures22
Planning support science: Developments and challenges22
An urban informatics approach to understanding residential mobility in Metro Chicago21
A new toolkit for land value analysis and scenario planning19
Avoiding the planning support system pitfalls? What smart governance can learn from the planning support system implementation gap19
Polycentric urban development and urban amenities: Evidence from Chinese cities19
Understanding commuting patterns and changes: Counterfactual analysis in a planning support framework18
Sustainable and inclusive – Evaluating urban sustainability indicators’ suitability for measuring progress towards SDG-1117
When COVID-19 came to town: Measuring the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on footfall on six high streets in England17
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