Smart City Response to Homelessness

@article{Khayyatkhoshnevis2020SmartCR,
  title={Smart City Response to Homelessness},
  author={Pedram Khayyatkhoshnevis and Salimur Choudhury and Eric Latimer and Vijay K. Mago},
  journal={IEEE Access},
  year={2020},
  volume={8},
  pages={11380-11392}
}
The smart city is a concept of utilizing digital technologies to improve and enhance the lives of a city’s inhabitants. This concept has been the subject of increasing interest over the past few years. However, most studies address improving aspects of a city’s infrastructure, such as information security, privacy, communication networks, government, and transportation. Noticeably absent from the subject matter of these studies are social problems, such as poverty and homelessness. In this… 

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