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Development of Decision Support Systems for Smart Cities

  • Fedor Georgievich Maitakov
  • Alexander Alekseevich Merkulov
  • Evgeny Vladimirovich PetrenkoEmail author
  • Abdurashid Yarullaevich Yafasov
Conference paper
Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 947)

Abstract

Modern decision support systems (DSS) for a rapidly developing sector of smart cities significantly reduce decision-making time and improve their quality. However, a huge amount of time, material and intellectual resources, spent on the development of such systems, in conditions of transition to a digital economy, makes it necessary to unify the elements and methods of synthesis of the working environment. The aim of the work is to develop a technology for the synthesis of a unified virtual work environment for heterogeneous territorially distributed teams (HTDT) that arise in the ecosystems of smart cities. The authors offer a model of a unified virtual working environment and a method for its synthesis, which allows to significantly reduce the costs of developing and implementing DSS in a specific subject area and management level. The technology of synthesis of the virtual working environment for HTDT was tested in the creation of a line of software complexes that implements various components of the smart city management system: “Tourism Industry”, “Electronic Budget”, network interactive NBICS.Net laboratory, open interactive 3D laboratory. Using this technology has significantly reduced the amount spent on the development and deployment of resources.

Keywords

Smart city Technology of working environment synthesis Unification of elements and methods of working environment synthesis Configuration Widget Plugin 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Kaliningrad State Technical UniversityKaliningradRussian Federation

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