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A smart city model based on citizen-sensors

Jesus Cano; Carlos E. Jimenez; Saleem Zoughbi 2015 IEEE First International Smart Cities Conference (ISC2), 2015

This paper presents a model of conceptualization of the citizen as sensor in the design of digital architectures of smart cities now emerging. To do this, the elements involving this framework, particularly electronic participation and urban digital democracy, interoperability and open data is discussed. All this is articulated through a triangle that can help define the context of analysis and ...


The Model and Evaluation of Ecological Stoichiometry Characteristics of Different Forest Types

Chengyi Jiang 2015 International Conference on Intelligent Transportation, Big Data and Smart City, 2015

The nitrogen and phosphorus characteristics of plants represent plant features and environmental factors. This paper tries to distinguish leaf and litter C: N: P stoichiometric characteristics, trees' nitrogen and phosphorus restoration, and the relationship between C, N content and temperature and precipitation. Based on the above content, this paper is divided into three parts. Part one discusses the study materials ...


Context-aware recommender for smart health

Fran Casino; Edgar Batista; Constantinos Patsakis; Agusti Solanas 2015 IEEE First International Smart Cities Conference (ISC2), 2015

Smart cities are equipped with sensors and communications infrastructures that can provide lots of data. In addition, citizens might use their smartphones to share information with the city and with other users. With the aim to use the infrastructure of smart cities to improve the quality of life of citizens and their healthcare system, the concept of smart health (s-health) ...


Electric Vehicle recharge pricing under competition, a game theoretic approach

Isabel Amigo; Maurice Gagnaire 2016 IEEE International Energy Conference (ENERGYCON), 2016

Electric Vehicles (EV) are a key element of future smart cities, providing a clean transportation technology and potential benefits for the grid. Nevertheless, limited vehicle autonomy and lack of charging stations are preventing EVs to be broadly accepted. To address this challenge, French GreenFeed project is working to develop an interoperable and universal architecture to allow EV recharge across multiple ...


Performance Evaluation of 3D Reconstruction Tool over Cloud Computing Virtualized Environment

Guto Leoni; David Willians Santos Cavalcanti Beserra; Patricia Takako Endo IEEE Latin America Transactions, 2016

The Creative Cities movement looks for creative solutions to environmental issues, or inventive ways for people. One of the main objectives of the Creative Cities is to create dynamic and attractive spaces to citizens. For this, information technology can (and should) help in creation of more dynamic environments. Augmented Reality is a technology that overlays virtual objects in the real ...


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A smart city model based on citizen-sensors

Jesus Cano; Carlos E. Jimenez; Saleem Zoughbi 2015 IEEE First International Smart Cities Conference (ISC2), 2015

This paper presents a model of conceptualization of the citizen as sensor in the design of digital architectures of smart cities now emerging. To do this, the elements involving this framework, particularly electronic participation and urban digital democracy, interoperability and open data is discussed. All this is articulated through a triangle that can help define the context of analysis and ...


The Model and Evaluation of Ecological Stoichiometry Characteristics of Different Forest Types

Chengyi Jiang 2015 International Conference on Intelligent Transportation, Big Data and Smart City, 2015

The nitrogen and phosphorus characteristics of plants represent plant features and environmental factors. This paper tries to distinguish leaf and litter C: N: P stoichiometric characteristics, trees' nitrogen and phosphorus restoration, and the relationship between C, N content and temperature and precipitation. Based on the above content, this paper is divided into three parts. Part one discusses the study materials ...


Context-aware recommender for smart health

Fran Casino; Edgar Batista; Constantinos Patsakis; Agusti Solanas 2015 IEEE First International Smart Cities Conference (ISC2), 2015

Smart cities are equipped with sensors and communications infrastructures that can provide lots of data. In addition, citizens might use their smartphones to share information with the city and with other users. With the aim to use the infrastructure of smart cities to improve the quality of life of citizens and their healthcare system, the concept of smart health (s-health) ...


Electric Vehicle recharge pricing under competition, a game theoretic approach

Isabel Amigo; Maurice Gagnaire 2016 IEEE International Energy Conference (ENERGYCON), 2016

Electric Vehicles (EV) are a key element of future smart cities, providing a clean transportation technology and potential benefits for the grid. Nevertheless, limited vehicle autonomy and lack of charging stations are preventing EVs to be broadly accepted. To address this challenge, French GreenFeed project is working to develop an interoperable and universal architecture to allow EV recharge across multiple ...


Performance Evaluation of 3D Reconstruction Tool over Cloud Computing Virtualized Environment

Guto Leoni; David Willians Santos Cavalcanti Beserra; Patricia Takako Endo IEEE Latin America Transactions, 2016

The Creative Cities movement looks for creative solutions to environmental issues, or inventive ways for people. One of the main objectives of the Creative Cities is to create dynamic and attractive spaces to citizens. For this, information technology can (and should) help in creation of more dynamic environments. Augmented Reality is a technology that overlays virtual objects in the real ...


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IEEE-USA E-Books

  • The Gameful City

    This chapter contains sections titled: Part I: Introducing the Gameful City, Part II: The Gameful City As ..., Part III: Megacities, Smart Cities, Gameful Cities, Acknowledgments, Notes, References

  • Introduction to Cognitive Radio and Television White Space

    Wireless communication is a key enabler for smart systems such as smart cities, autonomous ports, and so on. This chapter explores various aspects of the spectrum, including their utilizations, the future needs, and why do we need more agile and dynamic spectrum access technologies. In Asia, Singapore is the leader in television white space (TVWS) development where the cognitive radio venue (CRAVE) trial was conducted. Subsequently, the Singapore white spaces pilot group (SWSPG) was formed by the Institute for Infocomm Research, Microsoft, and Star Hub to look at commercial pilots of TVWS technologies. TVWS becomes the first spectrum open to cognitive radio (CR) for real application for better spectrum utilization. Dynamic spectrum access (DSA) is one type of CR system. The major parameter that DSA needs to detect is frequency availability, which indicates the other users' spectrum utilization in the same working area.



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