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Concluding Discussion

While there has been significant focus on developing smart cities for over a decade, the scientific literature is still at a rather nascent stage. Although empirical validations for the purpose of generalizability are difficult in many of the explorations, this book highlights many examples that provide real-life cases for developing a deeper understanding of smart city literature. Since the literature is still at an infancy stage, this book contributes significantly in strengthening the understanding of different interdisciplinary issues in smart cities. Readers will be exposed to different areas of deliberation and solutions, which contribute to a unified view of the smart city as the ultimate solution of the future

FIGURE 1.2

Relationship between different factors with the dimensions of smart cities.

for urbanization and the improvement of human settlements, not only in metropolitan cities, but also in smaller cities.

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