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Urban, Planning and Transport Research

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Intelligent Tutoring Systems and Intelligent Cities Implications on Urban Development

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31 December 2023

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Article collection guest advisor(s)

Dr. Harleen Kaur, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, School of Engineering Sciences and Technology, Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi, India
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Dr. Ajay Kumar Vyas, Department of Electrical Engineering, Adani Institute of Infrastructure Engineering, Ahmedabad, 382421, India
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Dr. Ewa Lechman, Faculty of Management and Economics, Gdansk University of Technology (a member of Fahrenheit Universities), Gdańsk, Poland
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Intelligent Tutoring Systems and Intelligent Cities Implications on Urban Development

In today’s society, urban development for a smart city is the greater responsibility for the citizens as the significant population of the world bides in urban localities; in the previous years, cities are significantly outstanding for the growth of the future life in this universe. Advancements in technological innovations seek crucial changes in all sectors, where the development of urban cities is not an exception. There is an immediate need to understand the inherent power of technological applications to revolutionise smart cities’ implications on urban development.

Bright city implications and intelligent tutoring systems pave the way for the transition of growth in transportation, education, health, and industry, supporting the sustainable development of urban society. Intelligent tutoring systems play a significant role in the computer-based education environment of academic education, especially in programming and mathematics education. The emergence of intelligent tutoring architecture personifies the education-by-performing model of cognitive knowledge accession. The main goal of an intelligent city implication lies in the smooth coordination between the public and private enterprises, which together joined to create and enable a data-based environment in the development of urban management. Innovative city implications involve various sensors, software, and network systems embedded with the help of technologies like the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Big data analysis.

Moreover, research envisaged that innovative city technology is gaining more popularity among academicians and scholars for its distinctive properties. Thus, the intelligent city implications are actively noticeable in the development of urban society growth in building smart infrastructure, intelligent transportation, intelligent health sectors, intellectual city plans, practical usage of renewable resources to improve the standard quality of life for the public. Ongoing advancements of wireless-ad-hoc networks, ambulatory medical sensors, etc., provide better treatment for innovative healthcare, which aids in the sustainable growth of urban development.

Technological innovations implied for the urban development can transfigure the cities to a greater extent. However, the intelligent city implications and intelligent tutor in urban development still hold certain limitations to be observed. Such limitations are network issues, privacy threats, high-cost installation processes, data theft. Researchers and scholars are invited to present a theoretical research framework in this context. The Article Collection provides various opportunities to overcome the challenges in implying technological applications for urban development.

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Scope of the Article Collection include but are not limited to the following topics:

  • Trends and applications of intelligent city implications for urban development
  • Frontier applications of urban sustainability through intelligent tutoring system
  • Future perspectives of the implication of technologies for urban development
  • Need of policies and legislations for the transformation of urban development
  • Limitations and challenges in incorporating intelligent tutoring systems for urban development
  • Practical approaches for innovative city applications
  • Urban development: trends and objectives
  • Importance of technological knowledge to overcome challenges in the development of urban society
  • Intelligent city implications: pros and cons for urban development
  • Risk factors correlated with the introduction of innovative technologies got urban development
  • Promotion of innovative programs for the enhancement of urban sustainability
  • Role of intelligent city implications in the development of urban society


About the Guest Advisor Team:

Harleen Kaur is an Associate Professor and Chief Investigator at the School of Engineering Sciences and Technology at Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi, India. She is a visiting Professor at TWAS, Italy. She recently worked as Research Fellow at United Nations University (UNU) Tokyo, Japan, International Centre for Excellence-IIGH, Malaysia to conduct research on funded projects from Southeast Asian Nations (SEAN). She is currently working as Principal Investigator on an Indo-Poland bilateral International project funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology, India, and the Ministry of Polish, Poland. Recently, Dr. Kaur got a research funding project from the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) (Govt. of India), India on the Cybersecurity and Internet of Technologies. She has published more than 100 publications in SCI, referred Journals, and esteemed Conferences. She is a member of several international bodies. Her key research areas include information analytics, applied machine learning, and predictive modelling.

Ajay Kumar Vyas is Assistant Professor, Electronics and Communication Engineering at AIIE. He has more than 10 years of teaching experience in Electronics and Communication Engineering. He has conducted several training workshops and seminars in the field. He has published one book chapter – “Development of Optical Impairment Minimization Technique for Radio Over Fiber Link”, Advances in Intelligent System Computing Pro. of Inter. Conf. on ICT for Sustainable Development, Springer International Publishing Singapore. He was awarded for Outstanding Contribution in Conference Organization in “National Conference on Recent Advances in Wireless Communication & AI”, CTAE, Udaipur, March 2014. He is reviewer of Optics Express (Journal of Optical Society of America) and Member of Editorial Team of Journal of Electronics and Computer Science Engineering. His area of interest include Optical Communication, RoF, Nonlinear distortion, and Predistorter techniques.

Ewa Lechman is an Associate Professor of Economics in the Faculty of Management and Economics, Gdańsk University of Technology, Poland. Her extensive research interests concentrate on economic development, ICT, and their role in reshaping social and economic systems and various aspects of poverty and economics in developing countries. She coordinates and participates in international research and educational projects and also works as an independent expert assisting with innovation assignments, including the evaluation of small and medium enterprise proposals, EU-financed programmes, and policy design regarding innovativeness, digitalization, education and social exclusion. She was the 2013 winner of an Emerald Literati Network Award for Excellence and is a member of the editorial boards of international journals on technology diffusion, the digital economy and economic development.

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All manuscripts submitted to this Article Collection will undergo desk assessment and peer-review as part of our standard editorial process. Guest Advisors for this collection will not be involved in peer-reviewing manuscripts unless they are an existing member of the Editorial Board. Please review the journal Aims and Scope and author submission instructions prior to submitting a manuscript.