Special Issue "Intelligent Systems for Exploiting Real Sensed Data in Smart City Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (8 October 2018) | Viewed by 32817
Interests: smart cities; holistic vision of city applications; smart sensors and actuators; software quality for smart city; intelligent systems; security by design; complex optimization; parallel computing systems; smart mobility; prediction; machine learning; data science; artificial intelligence; big data; app and web services for complex services; metaheuristics; bioinspired techniques; multiobjective; dynamic algorithms; decentralized techniques; parallel algorithms; HPC; hybrid algorithms; theory; synergies between theory and practice
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Smart cities are all over the place today. The initiatives to build better services for our citizens involve city managers, companies, research centers, and academia. One paramount part of the work in smart cities is linked to the utilization of sensors, either static (for measuring vehicles, energy consumption, air pollution) and dynamic ones (smartphones, wearables, floating cars, etc.). Open data and big data are also key components of the cyber-physical system; they represent a needed layer of information for the design, implementation, and exploitation of new desktop and app services towards a smarter city.
In this Special Issue we welcome applications using real sensed data of a city to create innovative original city services in the standard six axes of smart cities: Economy, People, Living, Mobility, Environment and Governance. We expect new final applications showing unseen efficacy and efficiency to deliver high quality services to managers and citizens based in intelligent systems. Thus, we encourage submissions using machine learning, bio-inspired algorithms, fuzzy logic, recurrent neural networks, extensions to traditional techniques, and artificial intelligence in general. We also welcome the utilization of new technologies to run these services, such as FIWARE, cloud computing, IoT techniques, microservices, spark, blockchain, and all the related ecosystem of tools helping intelligent algorithms to reach ambitious goals to transform our society for the good.
We welcome submissions with a holistic vision, not just focusing in one problem, but on its relations to other problems and their impact in the city. Both research papers and review articles will be considered. If you are interested in contributing to this Special Issue, we would very much appreciate receiving the tentative title of your contribution by email first.
Prof. Dr. Enrique Alba
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