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Digital City Kyoto: Towards a Social Information Infrastructure [chapter]

Toni Ishida, Jun-ichi Akahani, Kaoru Hiramatsu, Katherine Isbister, Stefan Lisowski, Hideyuki Nakanishi, Masayuki Okamoto, Yasuhiko Miyazaki, Ken Tsutsuguchi
1999 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper proposes the concept of digital cities as a social information infrastructure for urban life (including shopping, business, transportation, education, welfare and so on).  ...  We propose the three layer architecture for digital cities: a) the information layer integrates both WWW archives and real-time sensory information related to the city, b) the interface layer provides  ...  Nass of Stanford University for their help on the digital city project. We also thank Zenrin Corp. and Hitachi Co. Ltd. for their contribution to this project.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-48414-0_2 fatcat:mwbgx5z26vcs3ffikyfngeinmm

Understanding Digital Cities [chapter]

Toru Ishida
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
It is interesting to note that each digital city has a different goal: to explore a vertical market, a public communication space, a next generation metropolitan network, and a social information infrastructure  ...  Four digital cities , those of America Online, Amsterdam, Helsinki and Kyoto, are introduced.  ...  In Japan, the Digital City Kyoto Project was launched to create a social information infrastructure towards the 21st century.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-46422-0_2 fatcat:3elmnzwvxfapbpn3wld3l7jmzq

Virtual Kyoto Project: Digital Diorama of the Past, Present, and Future of the Historical City of Kyoto [chapter]

Tomoki Nakaya, Keiji Yano, Yuzuru Isoda, Tatsunori Kawasumi, Yutaka Takase, Takashi Kirimura, Akihiro Tsukamoto, Ayako Matsumoto, Toshikazu Seto, Takafusa Iizuka
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Using the recently developed 3D GIS (Geographic Information System) and related visualisation technologies, we have created a digital diorama of an entire historical city, which can be used to virtually  ...  In order to promote digital humanities studies on the arts and culture of traditional Kyoto, Virtual Kyoto is used as a digital platform for constructing a web-based digital museum interface with geographic  ...  We would like to thank our collaborators at Ritsumeikan University for permitting us to use the digital archives of arts and cultures of Kyoto: Prof. R. Akama (Virtual Kabuki in Fig. 4) , Prof. K.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-17184-0_14 fatcat:qyvbrfqzevhbpa7mqvaemzkulm

Connecting Digital and Physical Cities [chapter]

Toru Ishida, Hiroshi Ishiguro, Hideyuki Nakanishi
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Basic technologies including perceptual information infrastructure and social agents are being developed for connecting digital and physical cities.  ...  The aim of digital cities is to pursue a future information space for everyday urban life, unlike the creation of new businesses which is the current obsession of the Internet.  ...  Why Digital Cities The notion of digital cities can be defined as follows: digital cities will collect and organize the digital information of the corresponding cities, and provide a public information  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45636-8_19 fatcat:p2gwyt6pibh4vf5p2ecxeyz44u

The Advancement of World Digital Cities [chapter]

Mika Yasuoka, Toru Ishida, Alessandro Aurigi
2010 Handbook of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments  
In this chapter, we will follow the terminology developed in our research community during the past decade and refer to such information spaces as 'Digital Cities'.  ...  In the US and Canada, a large number of community networks using the city metaphor appeared in the early 1990s.  ...  In 1998, Kyoto digital city project [12] initiated by researchers at NTT and Kyoto University developed a social information infrastructure for urban everyday life.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-93808-0_35 fatcat:x2f52yyuqbhypotfdmwovoo37y

COOPERATIVE INFORMATION AGENTS FOR DIGITAL CITIES

SATOSHI OYAMA, KAORU HIRAMATSU, TORU ISHIDA
2001 International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems  
A digital city is a social information infrastructure for urban life (including shopping, business, transportation, education, welfare and so on).  ...  We started a project to develop a digital city for Kyoto based on the newest technologies including cooperative information agents.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank Katherine Isbister, Stefan Lisowski, Ken Tsutsuguchi, Hideyuki Nakanishi, Jun-ichi Akahani and other researchers in Digital City Kyoto Project for their cooperation  ... 
doi:10.1142/s021884300100031x fatcat:two7dgwhonbbheraorw5ob6az4

Smart and Digital City: A Systematic Literature Review [chapter]

Annalisa Cocchia
2014 Smart City  
From literature analysis it emerges that Smart City and Digital City are the most used terminologies in literature to indicate the smartness of a city.  ...  and Digital City trying to identify similarities, differences or overlaps between these two concepts; (4) typology analysis, to investigate if Smart City and Digital City are included into a specific  ...  supports data and information related to a city in digital format; Digital City supports a communication infrastructure (physical or virtual means for enabling information flows); Digital City delivers  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-06160-3_2 fatcat:t6vymldrlbel3buij22nu4tvce

World Digital Cities: Beyond Heterogeneity [chapter]

Toru Ishida, Alessandro Aurigi, Mika Yasuoka
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
As a platform for community networks, information spaces using the city metaphor are being developed worldwide. In Europe, more than one hundred digital cities have been tried.  ...  Unlike regional community networks and digital cities, to increase the efficiency of gathering and maintaining local information in a large number of cities, the companies often provide uniform platforms  ...  The EU's vision of the information society has been linked to the movement of European digital cities, and digital cities have greatly benefited from the flow of funds from the EU towards a variety of  ... 
doi:10.1007/11407546_9 fatcat:zn6znyjhmzhora2febomjera24

Digital City Shanghai: Towards Integrated Information & Service Environment [chapter]

Ding Peng, Mao Wei Liang, Rao Ruo Nan, Sheng Huan Ye, Ma Fan Yuan, Toru Ishida
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper aims to describe Digital  ...  This gives us the chance to take part in both the projects, STIS and Digital City Kyoto.  ...  Zhaoyuyuan for his assistance in locating a lot of valuable material on the SHII.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-46422-0_11 fatcat:uwabz2fywbhevog5uft5o3ysdy

Issues of Strategic Digital City

Sergio Silva Ribeiro
2019 Urban Science  
Using a survey methodology based on the research variables, we showed that the municipality has informal characteristics of the concept of a strategic digital city.  ...  Strategic digital city is the application of information technology resources in the management of the city.  ...  Examples of digital city projects in the literature include De Digitale Stad in Amsterdam in the Netherlands; Digital Bologna, in Bologna, Italy; Digital Helsinki, in Helsinki, Finland; Digital Kyoto,  ... 
doi:10.3390/urbansci3040102 fatcat:obtrsmkw25bwdaynvwvjlp7bsa

Digitalization – The Key to Smart City Development

Ana-Angela Milan
2021 Ovidius University Annals: Economic Sciences Series  
and practical methods of analyzing existing situations and communities' future needs, and the digitalization of all areas of activity is a key element supporting the strategic goals of a smart city.  ...  The aim of the work is to present, through a comparative analysis, Romania's situation with other European countries, concerning the composite index of the digital economy and society, as well as the direct  ...  and of social infrastructure (human and social capital).  ... 
doaj:bfd13e65a8304958b1da1ede070b3e30 fatcat:qzocr5rhkzaoro4f6qhlv5hoiy

Digital City Shanghai: Concepts, Foundations, and Current State [chapter]

Peng Ding, DongHui Lin, HuanYe Sheng
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The fastest developing city in China is Shanghai; its annual growth rate (GDP) exceeded 11.9% average in every year from 1992 and GDP per person in 2003 reached 4909 USD.  ...  This provides a chance to take part in both projects, Digital City Shanghai and Digital City Kyoto.  ...  Many people have and are contributing to the Digital City Shanghai Project in Shanghai Municipal Government, Shanghai Jiaotong University and other organizations.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11407546_7 fatcat:rgdxswivt5dspgugrqwyntjfpm

Demographics and Sociographics of the Digital City [chapter]

Peter van den Besselaar, Dennis Beckers
1998 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper we present the results of a survey among inhabitants of the Digital City, a large infrastructure for 'virtual communities'.  ...  The population of the Digital City is fairly homogeneous, and therefore does not reflect the heterogeneous nature of a 'real' city.  ...  Acknowledgements The cooperation of Joost Flint and Nina Meilof (both at the Digital City) is gratefully acknowledged.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-49247-x_8 fatcat:okn6374nujhbteivvpxatnbo4m

Ipres 2017 Kyoto - Collaborative Notes

Michelle Lindlar, Joshua Ng, William Kilbride, Euan Cochrane, Jaye Weatherburn, Rachel Tropea
2018 Zenodo  
These are notes that were collabroatively taken during the 14th International Conference on Digital Preservation (iPRES), 25th - 29th September 2017 in Kyoto, Japan.  ...  Collaborative note taking was facilitated through a Google Doc, that document also still resides at http://bit.ly/ipres2017.  ...  This is the first step towards an assessment tool. FAIR and Open FAIR data -F indable, A ccessible, I nteroperable, R e-usable Guarantees of technical quality.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1433826 fatcat:jzzbpahxdbeflabrwjnwljnsg4

Designing convivial digital cities: a social intelligence design approach

Patrice Caire
2009 AI & Society: The Journal of Human-Centred Systems and Machine Intelligence  
We first looked at digital cities and identified, from a social intelligence design point of view, two main categories of digital cities: public websites and commercial websites; we also noted the experimental  ...  Finally, as a first step towards obtaining measures for conviviality, we presented a case study describing agents and user"s interactions using dependence graphs.  ...  Digital Cities Digital cities are web portals using physical cities as a metaphor for information spaces; "they can be seen as a local social information infrastructure, providing information over the  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00146-009-0201-x fatcat:xhafw6meprf45dqelpwb4o6ipu
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