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On The Development of The Autonomous City
Yusuf Mücahit Çetinkaya, Zahit Saygın Doğu, Orçun Dayıbaş
Human environments like cities are traditionally accepted as static systems. This perception makes the transition to smart cities harder due to sustainability issues. As a phenomenon, "smart city" defines a dynamic environment. Furthermore, emerging technologies affect the management approach of the cities like many other systems. These technologies change the attitude of the stakeholders in independent ways that are not necessarily compatible. The key point on value adding smart systems of a smart city is governing all these systems in coordination. Therefore, operation of these systems allows a smart city to be transformed into an autonomous entity. In this paper, we discuss the requirements and challenges of developing a smart city as a self-learning ICT system. Our solution approach is also introduced in the paper to develop an ultimate smart city namely "the autonomous city".
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5th International Symposium on Innovative Technologies in Engineering and Science 29-30 September 2017 (ISITES2017 Baku - Azerbaijan)