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Intelligent Agents for Supporting Driving Tasks: An Ontology-based Alarms System

V. Zamora, O. Sipele, A. Ledezma, A. Sanchis
2017 Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Vehicle Technology and Intelligent Transport Systems  
In order to represent the concepts and its relation about the urban traffic environment, the system uses an OWL Ontology based on a previous research and extended in this work.  ...  This paper presents a rule-based alarm system as part of an ADAS. This work is developed by using a multiagent framework, and it focuses on the driving safety, in particular, in urban environments.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work has been supported by the Spanish Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness, (TRA2015-63708-R) and (TRA2016-78886-C3-1-R) Projects.  ... 
doi:10.5220/0006247601650172 dblp:conf/vehits/ZamoraSLS17 fatcat:7osa3lkiorhwvhassjf2yd6p5y

On Lynch's and post-Lynchians theories

Predrag Sidjanin
2007 Facta universitatis - series Architecture and Civil Engineering  
More important, is the theory of cognitive perception of the urban environment and more specifically -cognitive mapping; in the domain between space representation and cognitive psychology.  ...  The researches in the field of spatial cognition have grown steadily since the sixties (XX century).  ...  In this analysis he transcribed the urban information into elements of a unique graphic sign system.  ... 
doi:10.2298/fuace0701061s fatcat:rgylvsoczfdxfiguxhzvymp6ri


Bujar Bajçinovci
2018 Journal of Science Humanities and Arts - JOSHA  
JOSHA is a service that helps scholars, researchers, and students discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content  ...  Urban planning is a design process with a primary course to protect the environment, to manage urban infrastructure as a whole integrated system, and deliver the most appropriate style for living.  ...  Urban planning is a design process with a primary course to protect the environment, to manage urban infrastructure as a whole integrated system, and deliver the most appropriate style for living.  ... 
doi:10.17160/josha.5.7.465 fatcat:oeon3n4a4vg6lc5bksxtiyz32a

Noise as a Factor of Green Areas Soundscape Creation

Sztubecka, Skiba, Mrówczyńska, Mathias
2020 Sustainability  
The article aims to support decision-making processes, based on the subjective assessment of green areas by visitors, allowing modeling of planning strategies in urban green areas.  ...  This would allow creating a friendly soundscape and managing it sustainably.  ...  Methods based on fuzzy cognitive maps are used to control and plan the optimal work of engineering structures [35] , to design transfer and financial systems [36] , design intelligent solutions to reduce  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12030999 fatcat:bl4uklbagbehxdey7a4fc5uuhu

A Survey on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and eXplainable AI in Air Traffic Management: Current Trends and Development with Future Research Trajectory

Augustin Degas, Mir Riyanul Islam, Christophe Hurter, Shaibal Barua, Hamidur Rahman, Minesh Poudel, Daniele Ruscio, Mobyen Uddin Ahmed, Shahina Begum, Md Aquif Rahman, Stefano Bonelli, Giulia Cartocci (+4 others)
2022 Applied Sciences  
Air Traffic Management (ATM) will be more complex in the coming decades due to the growth and increased complexity of aviation and has to be improved in order to maintain aviation safety.  ...  into a conceptual framework, named the DPP (Descriptive, Predictive, Prescriptive) model, and provide an example of its application in a scenario in 2030.  ...  For example, if the operator's workload is exceeds their cognitive capacity, or if some kind of incapacitation is occurring, their cognitive state could be automatically detected by the system, and used  ... 
doi:10.3390/app12031295 fatcat:bo6bkycd7fcz3putjfb4cyw5aa

Avionics Systems Panel Research and Innovation Perspectives

Roberto Sabatini, Aloke Roy, Erik Blasch, Kathleen A. Kramer, Giancarmine Fasano, Irfan Majid, Omar Garcia Crespillo, David A. Brown, Ron Ogan Major
2020 IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine  
The ever-increasing density of air traffic and the rise of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) are prompting a rapid evolution of communication, navigation, surveillance/air traffic management (CNS/ATM) and  ...  and likely future air transport in a holistic manner by improving the design, manufacturing, operation, and lifecycle management of aircraft.  ...  Avionics Systems Panel Research and Innovation Perspectives  ... 
doi:10.1109/maes.2020.3033475 fatcat:672gdl3txzb7hfiexazbh7qpbi

Smart City Ontologies and Their Applications: A Systematic Literature Review

Antonio De Nicola, Maria Luisa Villani
2021 Sustainability  
The increasing interconnections of city services, the explosion of available urban data, and the need for multidisciplinary analysis and decision making for city sustainability require new technological  ...  To this purpose, we conducted a systematic literature review finalized to presenting the ontologies, and the methods and technological systems where ontologies play a relevant role in shaping current smart  ...  The first issue is air quality monitoring. Sensors are the sources of air quality data.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13105578 fatcat:pvesa2mc7nc7pd4jejzrcebueq

A GIS-based Ontology for Representing the Surrounding Environment of Buildings to Support Building Renovation

Maryam Daneshfar, Timo Hartmann, Jochen Rabe
2020 Zenodo  
The ontology can be useful to create a knowledge management system for different experts involved in the process of the building renovation, to extend the infor- mation and stretch the domain from the  ...  This research focuses on developing an ontology for representing knowledge about the surrounding environment of a building in an urban context, consid- ering the geospatial objects and processes such as  ...  Acknowledgement This research project is funded under the European Union's program H2020-NMBP-EEB-2018, under Grant Agreement no 820553.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5841551 fatcat:4weurcuyfneb5l5ysoiqcc335e

Integrated design of transport infrastructure and public spaces considering human behavior: A review of state-of-the-art methods and tools

Liu Yang, Koen H. van Dam, Arnab Majumdar, Bani Anvari, Washington Y. Ochieng, Lufeng Zhang
2019 Frontiers of Architectural Research  
In order to achieve holistic urban plans incorporating transport infrastructure, public space and the behavior of people in these spaces, integration of urban design and computer modeling is a promising  ...  Secondly, we present an overview of the integration methods and strategies used in urban design and policy discourses.  ...  The authors appreciate the assistance of colleagues in the Center of Architecture Research and Design, UCAS, and those from the Centre for Transport Studies, ICL.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.foar.2019.08.003 fatcat:gvb7uadsinf5lb4hbuc4faidbq

The anatomy of the data-driven smart sustainable city: instrumentation, datafication, computerization and related applications

Simon Elias Bibri
2019 Journal of Big Data  
reacting to the analytical outcome of many aspects of urbanity in terms of optimizing and enhancing operational functioning, management, planning, design, development, and governance in line with the  ...  Of particular relevance, it is instigating a massive change in the way both smart cities and sustainable cities are studied and understood, and in how they are planned, designed, operated, managed, and  ...  As far as research centers and innovation labs are concerned, they are associated with research and innovation for the purpose of developing and disseminating urban intelligence functions.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40537-019-0221-4 fatcat:2wsib6yi3bfbzfaxjqlidsfiwe

Managing urban traffic emissions with focus on people and atmospheric impacts [chapter]

Hulkkonen, Mira Liisa Hannele; Prisle, Nønne L.
2020 Zenodo  
With a growing majority of the world's population residing in cities, it is vital to advance a shift to low-emission urban mobility in order to mitigate climate change.  ...  When people choose a conventionally fuelled private car, it causes externalities detrimental for both individuals and the urban system as a whole: congestion, noise, greenhouse gas emissions, air pollution  ...  Managing the footprints in urban air comes down to advancing a shift from conventionally fuelled vehicles and private cars to more sustainable (low-emission) modes of traffic: different forms of public  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3754616 fatcat:5cmv46okqncqtdbttiu6h2hqjq

Fieldwork in Ground Zero, Mallorca. A Methodological Fieldwork Proposal for a Geographical Analysis of Tourist Areas

Macià Blázquez-Salom, Asunción Blanco-Romero
2020 Investigaciones Geograficas  
, enquiry-based learning processes; 3) to use Mallorca as a case study in a direct analysis of the complex spatial consequences of the Anthropocene on the tourist industry.  ...  The aim of this paper is: 1) to help demonstrate the usefulness of fieldwork in tourism geography in enriching the taught theory and concepts; 2) to design useful methodological tools for planning student-driven  ...  Tourism Degrowth Strategies" (RTI2018-094844-B-C31) and "Inland tourism in Spain: Challenges, valorisation and strategies in the face of changing situations and crises for boosting tourism products and  ... 
doi:10.14198/ fatcat:pnpmulzhujfwrgnuk4poklt6ky

A Framework for Multifunctional Green Infrastructure Investment in Camden, NJ

Kate Zidar, Maryse Belliveau-Nance, Anthony Cucchi, Danielle Denk, Andrew Kricun, Shaun O'Rourke, Shudipto Rahman, Sri Rangarajan, Eric Rothstein, Justin Shih, Franco Montalto
2017 Urban Planning  
This study provides a portable and replicable framework for leveraging the regulatory requirement to manage stormwater to meet broader urban revitalization goals, all through a decentralized network of  ...  This study demonstrates a decision-support framework for planning Green Infrastructure (GI) systems that maximize urban ecosystem services in Camden, NJ.  ...  Acknowledgments This study was originally prepared for Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority with funding support from New Jersey Health Initiatives, a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation program.  ... 
doi:10.17645/up.v2i3.1038 fatcat:bwf7v4oklzd3vmrvopu2l7iyri

Value Sensitive Design and Information Systems [chapter]

Batya Friedman, Peter H. Kahn, Alan Borning, Alina Huldtgren
2013 Philosophy of Engineering and Technology  
Value Sensitive Design is a theoretically grounded approach to the design of technology that accounts for human values in a principled and comprehensive manner throughout the design process.  ...  We explicate Value Sensitive Design by drawing on three case studies. The first study concerns information and control of web browser cookies, implicating the value of informed consent.  ...  For example, in their analysis of trust in online system design, Friedman, Kahn, and Howe [2000] , drawing on Baier [1986] , first offer a philosophically informed working conceptualization of trust.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-007-7844-3_4 fatcat:mzz6xc42nrbjbkafw6fzo3x45u

Making the Invisible Visible: Eco-Art and Design against the Anthropocene

Carmela Cucuzzella
2021 Sustainability  
This paper examines a series of art and design installations in the public realm that aim to raise awareness or activate change regarding pressing ecological issues.  ...  How and what these works aim to accomplish, are key to a better understanding the means of knowledge transfer and potential agents of change in the Anthropocene. We study three cases in this paper.  ...  In this case, the traffic in Los Angeles, where this work was first displayed, is the worst in the world, and inhabitants of the area regularly worry about the level of toxins in the air.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13073747 fatcat:qsqaltyilfctjczfgb7sd5zamm
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