Leonidas G. Anthopoulos

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Digital cities have been evolved from web applications and knowledge bases to smart urban environments. This evolution has mainly been based on broadband metro-networks and complex information systems, and it suggests the form of the future city that is called wireless/smart/digital or ubiquitous city. Although common practices are being developed all over(More)
Smart cities are nowadays expanding and flourishing worldwide with Internet of Things (IoT), i.e. smart things like sensors and actuators, and mobile devices applications and installations which change the citizens' and authorities' everyday life. Smart cities produce daily huge streams of sensors data while citizens interact with Web and/or mobile devices(More)
Requirements management and prioritization is a complex process that should take into account requirements value for customers, cost of implementation, available resources, requirements interdependencies, system architecture and dependencies to the code base. In this paper we present how Social Network Analysis can be used in order to improve software(More)
Various digital city projects, from the online cases (e.g. the America on Line) to the ubiquitous cities of South Korea, have achieved in creating technically ‘physical’ areas for the virtual communities, which share knowledge of common interest. Moreover, digital cities can succeed in simplifying citizen access to public information and services. Early(More)
Smart cities are emerging fast and they introduce new practices and services which highly impact policy making and planning, while they co-exist with urban facilities. It is now needed to understand the smart city’s contribution in the overall urban planning and vice versa, to recognize urban planning offerings to a smart city context. This chapter(More)
(Pt9)Abstract— Smart cities is a “booming” international phenomenon and they suggest both a novel economic and research domain, which is concerned from various perspectives, i.e. smart growth and urban planning; living labs; information and communications technologies (ICT) state-of-the-art topics etc. Although smart cities follow different forms they offer(More)
The aim of the proposed position paper is to identify an information system that can support the lifelong training of various types of demanding learners who have to transact and to do business with “unknown” people, in unfamiliar environments. Three types of learners are chosen as potential groups that comply with these characteristics: a) diplomatic(More)
Digital cities have been evolved in various forms around the world. They are entitled wireless/smart/digital/ubiquitous, and they structure significant areas of practice of metro-networks and large-scale information systems. Recently, ubiquitous computing is being applied in city areas, suggesting real-time interaction between the physical and the digital(More)