Computational Intelligence Techniques for Green Smart Cities

This book contains high-quality and original research on computational intelligence for green smart cities research. In recent years, the use of smart city technology has rapidly increased through the successful development and deployment of Internet of Things (IoT) architectures. The citizens' quality of life has been improved in several sensitive areas of the city, such as transportation, buildings, health care, education, environment, and security, thanks to these technological advances Computational intelligence techniques and algorithms enable a computational analysis of enormous data sets to reveal patterns that recur. This information is used to inform and improve decision-making at the municipal level to build smart computational intelligence techniques and sustainable cities for their citizens. Machine intelligence allows us to identify trends (patterns). The smart city could better integrate its transportation network, for example. By offering a better public transportation network adapted to the demand, we could reduce personal vehicles and energy consumption. A smart city could use models to predict the consequences of a change, such as pedestrianizing a street or adding a bike lane. A city can even create a 3D digital twin to test hypothetical projects. This book comprises many state-of-the-art contributions from scientists and practitioners working in machine intelligence and green smart cities. It aspires to provide a relevant reference for students, researchers, engineers, and professionals working in this area or those interested in grasping its diverse facets and exploring the latest advances in machine intelligence for green and sustainable smart city applications.

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Publisher Springer Nature
Release Date
ISBN 3030964299
Pages 419 pages
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