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Enablers for Smart Cities

Edited by Amal El Fallah Seghrouchni, University of Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris, France Fuyuki Ishikawa, National Institute of Informatics (NII), Tokyo, Japan Laurent Hérault, CEA-LETI Hideyuki Tokuda, Keio University, Japan

ISBN: 9781848219588

Publication Date: July 2016   Hardback   268 pp.

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Smart cities are a new vision for urban development. They integrate information and communication technology infrastructures – in the domains of artificial intelligence, distributed and cloud computing, and sensor networks – into a city, to facilitate quality of life for its citizens and sustainable growth. This book explores various concepts for the development of these new technologies (including agent-oriented programming, broadband infrastructures, wireless sensor networks, Internet-based networked applications, open data and open platforms), and how they can provide smart services and enablers in a range of public domains.
The most significant research, both established and emerging, is brought together to enable academics and practitioners to investigate the possibilities of smart cities, and to generate the knowledge and solutions required to develop and maintain them.


1. Shared Wireless Sensor Networks as Enablers for a Context Management System in Smart Cities, Kenji Tei.
2. Sensorizer: An Architecture for Regenerating Cyber-physical Data Streams from the Web, Jin Nakazawa.
3. Smart Agent Foundations: From Planning to Spatio-temporal Guidance, Ahmed-Chawki Chaouche, Amal El Fallah Seghrouchni, Jean-Michel Ilié and Djamel Eddine Saïdouni.
4. A Multi-Agent Middleware for Deployment of Ambient Applications, Ferdinand Piette, Amal El Fallah Seghrouchni, Patrick Taillibert, Costin Caval and Cédric Dinont.
5. ClouT: Cloud of Things for Empowering Citizen’s Clout in Smart Cities, Kenji Tei, Levent Güreen and Takuro Yonezawa.
6. sensiNact IoT Platform as a Service, Levent Gürgen, Christophe Munilla, Rémi Druilhe, Etienne Gandrille and Jander Botelho Do Nascimento.
7. Verification and Configuration of Smart Space Applications, Fuyuki Ishikawa and Shinichi Honiden.
8. Smart Santander: A Massive Self-Managed, Scalable and Interconnected IoT Deployment, José Antonio Galache, Juan Ramón Santana and Luis Muñoz.
9. Using Context-aware Multi-agent Systems for Robust Smart City Infrastructure, Andrei Olaru, Adina Magda Florea and Amal El Fallah Seghrouchni.
10. City of Santander, Sonia Sotero Muñiz and José Antonio Teixeira Vitienes.
11. Fujisawa, Towards a Sustainable Smart City, Takuro Yonezawa.

About the Authors

Amal El Fallah Seghrouchni is Full Professor at the University of Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris, France where she heads the MAS team at LIP6 (Laboratory of Informatics of Paris 6).
Fuyuki Ishikawa is Associate Professor at the National Institute of Informatics (NII), Tokyo, Japan.
Laurent Hérault holds a PhD degree in computer science from INPG. Since 2011 he is VP, Director of the Europe division at CEA-LETI and is a CEA fellow since 2014.
Hideyuki Tokuda is Professor at the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies and Director of the Ubiquitous Computing and Communication Laboratory at Keio University, Japan.


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