Smart-CT2016 Papers

A Robust and Lightweight Protocol over Long Range (LoRa) Technology for Applications in Smart Cities.
Félix Sasián, Diego Gachet, Miguel Suffo, Ricardo Therón.

A sustainable bi-objective approach for the minimum latency problem.
Nancy A. Arellano-Arriaga, Ada M. Álvarez-Socarrás, and Iris A. Martínez-Salazar.

Cities as Enterprises: A comparison of Smart City Frameworks based on Enterprise Architecture requirements.
Viviana Bastidas, Marija Bezbradica, Markus Helfert.

Comparative study of artificial neural network models for forecasting the indoor temperature in smart buildings.
Sadi Alawadi, David Mera, Manuel Fernández-Delgado, and José A. Taboada.

Considering Congestion Costs and Driver Behaviour into Route Optimisation Algorithms in Smart Cities.
Pablo Alvarez, Iosu Lerga, Adrian Serrano, and Javier Faulin.

Distributed Genetic Algorithms on Portable Devices for Smart Cities.
J.A. Morell and Enrique Alba.

Existing approaches to smart parking: An overview.
Fernando Enríquez, Luis Miguel Soria, Juan Antonio Álvarez-García, Francisco Velasco, and Óscar Déniz.

Impact of protests in the number of smart devices in streets: A new approach to analyze protesters behavior.
Antonio Fernández-Ares, Maria Isabel García-Arenas, Pedro A. Castillo, Juan J. Merelo.

Logistics Support Approach for drone delivery fleet.
Asma Troudi, Sid-Ali Addouche, Sofiene Dellagi, and Abderrahman El Mhamedi.

Policy Recommendations Supporting Smart City Strategies: Towards a New Methodological Tool.
Nils Walravens and Pieter Ballon.

Predicting Car Park Occupancy Rates in Smart Cities.
Daniel H. Stolfi, Enrique Alba, and Xin Yao.

Predicting Individual Trip Destinations With Artificial Potential Fields.
Alessandro Zonta, S.K. Smit, and Evert Haasdijk.

Robust Bi-objective Shortest Path Problem in Real Road Networks.
Christian Cintrano, Francisco Chicano, and Enrique Alba.

Simulation Model of Traffic in Smart Cities for Decision-Making Support: Case Study in Tudela (Navarre, Spain).
Juan-Ignacio Latorre-Biel, Javier Faulin, Emilio Jimenez, Angel A.Juan.

Smart urban mobility from expert stakeholders' narratives.
Daniel Lopatnikov.

Virtual Development of a Presence Sensor Network Using 3D Simulations.
Rafael Pax, Marlon Cárdenas Bonett, Jorge J. Gómez-Sanz, and Juan Pavón.

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