A Knowledge-Based Conceptual Vision of the Smart City

@article{Negre2015AKC,
  title={A Knowledge-Based Conceptual Vision of the Smart City},
  author={Elsa Negre and Camille Rosenthal-Sabroux and Mila Gasc{\'o}},
  journal={2015 48th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences},
  year={2015},
  pages={2317-2325}
}
The term smart city is a fuzzy concept, not well defined in theoretical researches nor in empirical projects. Several definitions, different from each other, have been proposed. However, all agree on the fact that a Smart City is an urban space that tends to improve the daily life (work, school,) of its citizens (broadly defined). This is an improvement from different points of view: social, political, economic, governmental,... This paper goes beyond this definition and proposes a knowledge… CONTINUE READING

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