System Modeling of the Smart City in Context of Land Management E-Service
The smart city is a prominent field of research, which is at the intersection of broader fields of economics, social, and land sciences. Four core smart city research subfields were identified, specifically defined, and classified – urbanization, city planning, and governance, land and resources management. In this paper author presented a classification of modern smart city research tools and introduced smart city, conceptual research model. Information system is critical in describing underlying principles of modern urbanization processes and modeling it is processed effectively. This scientific work aims to address the challenges any new researcher in this field encounters, such as lack of extensive overview and classification of available tools. The list of major economic aspects of the smart city system and the main services, that city provides, are introduced and explained within the scope of this article. The author presents a conceptual model of a smart city from both a general scientific viewpoint as well as in the context of information system modeling. Data is a key component of any system modeling process as well as it is an essential part of tool classification. This paper places emphasis on data classification by its application and its research subfield. A great deal of attention is paid towards system modeling of land management subsystems in the context of smart city digital service. This article can serve as a theoretical foundation for further research and practical implementation of future smart systems.
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