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“…Broadband and wireless infrastructure, interconnecting computer networks, ubiquitous systems, virtual technologies, and service-oriented architecture are some of these elements (Anthopoulos & Fitsilis, 2009;Gil-Garcia et al, 2015).…”
Section: Ict-enabled Governancementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Broadband and wireless infrastructure, interconnecting computer networks, ubiquitous systems, virtual technologies, and service-oriented architecture are some of these elements (Anthopoulos & Fitsilis, 2009;Gil-Garcia et al, 2015).…”
Section: Ict-enabled Governancementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Other related definitions focus on the human-capital basis of the smart city concept (Lombardi, Giordano, Farouh, & Yousef, 2012), on the social implication of the widened access to public information and services (Anthopulos & Fitsilis, 2010) and on the new ways of interaction between the public domains with cities' stakeholders (Nam & Pardo, 2010). The most popular definition of the smart city concept in Europe, however, is the one elaborated by Giffinger et al (2007).…”
Section: Smart and Sustainable Cities In The European Frameworkmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…In general, it is strengthened by management through information systems such as administrative informatization and urban informatization. Anthopoulos, Leonidas; Fitsilis, Panos (2009) [86] The virtual city creates another space by visualizing the real urban elements within the virtual space. Aichner, T. and Jacob, F. (2015).…”
Section: Virtualmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Lee Sang-ho, Lim Yoon-taek (2008) [50] The concept of u-city is embodied through the concept of "disappearing computing" by Mark Weiser, and has intelligence that turns on computers in real cities. Anthopoulos, Leonidas; Fitsilis, Panos (2009) [86] U-city is a further extension of digital city concept because of the facility in terms of accessibility to every infrastructure. This makes easier to the citizen the use of any available devices to interconnect them.…”
Section: Abstract No Referencementioning
confidence: 99%