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Smart Built Environment Including Smart Home, Smart Building and Smart City: Definitions and Applied Technologies [chapter]

Reyhaneh Karimi, Leila Farahzadi, Samad M.E. Sepasgozar, Sharifeh Sargolzaei, Sanee M. Ebrahimzadeh Sepasgozar, Mohsen Zareian, Akram Nasrolahi
2021 Advances and Technologies in Building Construction and Structural Analysis  
The aim is to review the smart concepts in built environment with the main focus on smart cities, smart buildings, and smart homes.  ...  are fulfilled and eventually contribute to the development of smart cities.  ...  Smart environment, reflecting efficiency and sustainability of urban life, includes micro-components such as ambitiousness towards CO 2 emission reduction strategy, efficient use of electricity and water  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.95104 fatcat:7fm4wup2kfcnfo7rkclpc3bama

Smart Cities: Concepts, Perceptions and Lessons for Planners [chapter]

Tuan-Yee Ching, Joseph Ferreira
2015 Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography  
living and working activity patterns, i.e. the very nature of urban living and working.  ...  In the age of the Smart Machine: Smart Machines and Organization; b. Beyond "Smart Machines": Engaging Communities, Organizations & Businesses; c. Cities that Learn, Relearn and Adapt; and d.  ...  3 Learning. Relearning & Adapting * Does the "smart city" learn from other cities, e.g. through networks?  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-18368-8_8 fatcat:sez6wa3nmrgqbkei2ph5ffagp4

A Survey of Enabling Technologies for Smart Communities

Amna Iqbal, Stephan Olariu
2020 Smart Cities  
Specifically, we define a Smart Community as a human-centric entity where technology is used to equip the citizenry with information and services that they can use to inform their decisions.  ...  In the limit, the Smart Community we defined will morph into Society 5.0.  ...  By some accounts, the term Smart City was coined in the early 1990s as an illustration of how urban development was turning towards technology, innovation, and globalization [9, 10] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/smartcities4010004 fatcat:47msfdkyczbj3k37b4h7swexwm

The emerging data–driven Smart City and its innovative applied solutions for sustainability: the cases of London and Barcelona

Simon Elias Bibri, John Krogstie
2020 Energy Informatics  
Consequently, urban processes and practices are becoming highly responsive to a form of data-driven urbanism that is the key mode of production for smart cities.  ...  Such form is increasingly being directed towards tackling the challenges of sustainability in the light of the escalating urbanization trend.  ...  That is to say, we developed our own framework based on what we find as themes (inductive) by discovering patterns, themes, and concepts in the data collected.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s42162-020-00108-6 doaj:9bd1834d432e4fd6bb9a8771ae050c3e fatcat:k6l4pjy62bddvm7nkf5l77vage

The Role of Heritage in Building a Socially Integrative City: A Comparative Approach [chapter]

Lisbet Sauarlia, Yu Wang
2016 Towards Socially Integrative Cities  
The authors of the article thank the authors of the book chapters for providing their abstracts, which were useful for describing the structure of the book.  ...  Acknowledgments: This article is practice-based with contribution of a group of local stakeholders from urban living lab cities who have been providing relevant data, and cohosting urban living lab workshops  ...  The local supporters are UN Habitat China Office, Zhenshan Zhang, Sheng Ying; Wuhan Land Use and Spatial Planning Research Centre, Jie Song, Yifeng Zhang, Dandan Tong; Wuhan University, Lingbo Liu, Hao  ... 
doi:10.3390/books978-3-03936-679-8-9 fatcat:5kyrs7l3ondllmfxt7emxbizjy

Towards a Common Understanding of Socially Integrative Cities in Europe and China [chapter]

Paulina Schiappacasse, Bernhard Müller, Jianming Cai
2021 Towards Socially Integrative Cities  
The authors of the article thank the authors of the book chapters for providing their abstracts, which were useful for describing the structure of the book.  ...  Acknowledgments: This article is practice-based with contribution of a group of local stakeholders from urban living lab cities who have been providing relevant data, and cohosting urban living lab workshops  ...  The local supporters are UN Habitat China Office, Zhenshan Zhang, Sheng Ying; Wuhan Land Use and Spatial Planning Research Centre, Jie Song, Yifeng Zhang, Dandan Tong; Wuhan University, Lingbo Liu, Hao  ... 
doi:10.3390/books978-3-03936-679-8-2 fatcat:hpnjdn5rvrax5beyshfjunrjva

STUD 2019 Blank Page

2019 2019 First International Conference on Smart Technology & Urban Development (STUD)  
the readiness of information technology was in good lever, average at 4�06� Regarding the access to internet network of the university, the respondents agreed that it was in good level (4�11) with the use  ...  as LAN, WiFi, and VPN� Further, the respondents accessed internet via other devices provided by the university such as personal computer, notebook, mobile, and tablet� The respondents stated that they use  ...  Second, it is possible to predict QOL index from images using Machine Learning techniques. To achieve this task, data gathering using questionnaire survey is required.  ... 
doi:10.1109/stud49732.2019.9018735 fatcat:w2isrk4dsfg3fneffmbkwv5c7m

Artistic, Cultural, and Political Interdependence: Cities in Motion Facing the Challenges of Technological Advances." In Cities in a Changing World edited by J. Montgomery. AMPS Proceedings Series

Christiane Wagner
2022 Zenodo  
On the other hand, concerning deterritorialization, these achievements are related to space-time, images moving in the face of the perception-image (Deleuze 1983-1985).  ...  Artistic, Cultural, and Political Interdependence Cities in Motion Facing the Challenges of Technological Advances Abstract In the course of the 20th century, many researchers studied the social and cultural  ...  REVITALIZATION IN AMERICAN CITY CENTERS The historic American city center is based on a street concept. The buildings were oriented towards the main street, leading to multi-use neighbourhoods.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6140332 fatcat:c7dfrabgjfgg3lgeddyzoecovu

Sustainable, healthy, learning cities and neighbourhoods [chapter]

Sohail Ahmad, University of Glasgow, Gideon Baffoe, Ramjee Bhandari, Graeme Young, Michael Osborne, University of Glasgow, University of Glasgow, University of Glasgow, University of Glasgow
2021 Learning for a Better Future: Perspectives on Higher Education, Cities, Business & Civil Society  
opportunities for all, fostering cultural relations between cities, supporting the UNESCO Call to Action in building green, healthy, learning cities, promoting happiness and well-being and generally encouraging  ...  These challenges filter down to the level of cities and smaller communities. They affect both urban and rural areas.  ...  Overview of the three parts Part 1 of the book focusses on the need for issues relating to global sustainability and strategies for progressing towards learning cities and neighbourhoods.  ... 
doi:10.4102/aosis.2021.bk214.02 fatcat:aigm5jadaffvjmx5xmgl3ausea

Street smart: the New York of Lumet, Allen, Scorsese, and Lee

2006 ChoiceReviews  
a trade were far safer paths to follow than seeking one's fortune amid the dangers of city life.  ...  I learned early in life that for all the scheming, busy humanity, money was the king, the devil king." 23 His explicit reference to women "of every color known" relates the evils of city life to interracial  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.43-3296 fatcat:yjkvbdopjrfixkotkinuelcjia

An Empirical Study of the Perception of Criminality through Analysis of Newspapers Online

Manuel Saldaña
2020 Journal of Information Systems Engineering & Management  
Crime analysis represents a great challenge to law enforcement considering that the sources to use for generating intelligence are diverse in content and/or structure.  ...  language processing, a field of computing, artificial intelligence and linguistics have been developed that allow to study the interactions between computers and human language, and that in turn can be used  ...  (Lim et al., 2018) developed an analysis of several cases of big data use in cities around the world, cities that try to become smart cities and where the use of urban big data plays a preponderant role  ... 
doi:10.29333/jisem/8492 fatcat:zpwudkuujrb3pjeys4wogc7i3e

Technological trends

LUIS ADRIAN LASSO CARDONA
2021 Ingeniería solidaria  
for discovering associations between different crimes, (3) Similarity of graphics; Identification and description of crime patterns, and (4) Series finder (supervised learning to detect patterns); identification  ...  Machine Learning Machine Learning Applications In the security sector, ML has multiple applications.  ... 
doi:10.16925/2357-6014.2021.01.02 fatcat:26q4sew6ebc2pk2z6yta7hapsq

The smart city : a rhetorical analysis of actors and their smart city narratives [article]

Patrick James Russell
2017
Apparently, the county authorized a trial subscription to IBM's crime data analytics software, which purportedly predicts when and where crime will occur based on a host of variables, including even the  ...  FSST explains that its primary and first concern "was to create a concept for a smart community lifestyle based on residential comfort, regional characteristics, and future living patterns -taking into  ...  Perhaps, though, the vision of a people's smart city, as expressed by Townsend, Picon, Allwinkle and Cruickshank, Deakin et al., Kuk and Janseen, and many other authors above, will help urban residents  ... 
doi:10.15781/t2s17sz08 fatcat:fqvdpe246vapbofgjup7efam7a

The Future Internet convergence of IMS and ubiquitous smart environments: An IMS-based solution for energy efficiency

Paolo Bellavista, Giuseppe Cardone, Antonio Corradi, Luca Foschini
2012 Journal of Network and Computer Applications  
P Sensing is a recent research trend that aims at providing widespread computing and sensing capabilities to enable the creation of smart environments that can sense, process, and act by considering input  ...  So far, existing works on Pervasive Sensing have focused only on limited portions of the whole stack of available devices and data that they can use, to propose and develop mainly vertical solutions.  ...  (e.g. cleaner and safer cities).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jnca.2011.05.003 fatcat:3iprgfdvmjfxxey67qtflilnri

Big Data in IoT Systems [article]

Fayeem Aziz, Stephan K. Chalup, James Juniper
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Due to rapid progress in Machine Learning and new hardware developments, a dynamic turnaround of methods and technologies can be observed.  ...  Its approach towards Big Data and IoT is predicated on a distinction between the digital economy and the characteristics of what Robin Milner has described as the Ubiquitous Computing System.  ...  SC addressed some aspects of machine learning and data analytics. JJ contributed theoretical and philosophical aspects.  ... 
arXiv:1905.00490v1 fatcat:24xkj2vw5jamjj3wgv6hdfar3a
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