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New technologies and automation systems have changed the traditional smart grid systems into new and integrated intelligent systems. These new smart systems are adopted for energy efficiency, demand and response, management and control, fault recovery, reliability and quality of services. With...
Nowadays, smart applications are increasing day by day to improve the standard of living in smart cities. A modern-day smart city is characterized by the presence of numerous smart Information and Communication Technology (ICT)-enabled services such as automated healthcare, automatic building...
Nowadays, cities are intended to change to a smart city. According to recent studies, the use of data from contributors and physical objects in many cities play a key element in the transformation towards a smart city. The ‘smart city’ standard is characterized by omnipresent computing resources...
The world of computation has shown wide variety of wonders in the past decade with Internet of Things (IoT) being one of the most promising technology. Emergence of IoT brings a lot of good to the technology pool with its capability to provide intelligent services to the users. With ease to use,...
In the popular field of cloud computing, millions of job requests arrive at the data centre for execution. The job of the data centre is to optimally allocate virtual machines (VMs) to these job requests in order to use resources efficiently. In the future smart cities, huge amount of job...
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