Blockchain technology for smart cities /

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Imprint:Sinagpore : Springer, 2020.
Description:1 online resource
Series:Blockchain technologies
Blockchain technologies.
Subject:Blockchains (Databases)
Smart cities.
Blockchains (Databases)
Smart cities.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Format: E-Resource Book
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Other authors / contributors:Singh, Dhananjay.
Rajput, Navin Singh.
Summary:This book provides a comprehensive overview of various aspects of the development of smart cities from a secure, trusted, and reliable data transmission perspective. It presents theoretical concepts and empirical studies, as well as examples of smart city programs and their capacity to create value for citizens. The contributions offer a panorama of the most important aspects of smart city evolution and implementation within various frameworks, such as healthcare, education, and transportation. Comparing current advanced applications and best practices, the book subsequently explores how smart environments and programs could help improve the quality of life in urban spaces and promote cultural and economic development.
Other form:Print version: Blockchain technology for smart cities. Sinagpore : Springer, 2020 9811522049 9789811522048
Standard no.:10.1007/978-981-15-2
Table of Contents:
  • Intro
  • Contents
  • Introducing Blockchain for Smart City Technologies and Applications
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Requirements and Analysis of Smart City
  • 3 Blockchain for Smart Healthcare Applications
  • 3.1 Motivation and Challenges
  • 3.2 Reliable Healthcare Data System
  • 3.3 Role of Blockchain in Healthcare System
  • 3.4 Trusted Blockchain in Healthcare
  • 4 Intelligent Vehicle Technologies
  • 4.1 Trusted Vehicle Networks
  • 4.2 Smart City Vehicle Challenges
  • 4.3 Role of Blockchain in ITS
  • 4.4 Impact of Blockchain in ITS
  • 5 Disseminate Self-governing Organization
  • 6 Blockchain in Smart Education System
  • 7 Decentralized Distributed Insurance for Smart Living
  • 8 Distributed Smart Real Estate
  • 9 Sustainable Green Technology
  • 10 Conclusions
  • References
  • Chain of Antichains: An Efficient and Secure Distributed Ledger
  • 1 Introduction and Our Motivation
  • 2 The Dual Ledger-Keeping Algorithm for Constructing an Effective and Secure Distributed Ledger
  • 2.1 DAG: Distributed System, Differences from Blockchain, and Previous Works
  • 2.2 DAG, Structure of Trees and Related Set Representation
  • 2.3 Primal and Dual Spaces, and the Dual Ledger-Keeping System
  • 2.4 Chain of Antichains
  • 3 Stochastic Models of the Dual Ledger-Keeping System
  • 3.1 A Nonhomogeneous Poisson Process-Practical Assumptions on the Frequency of Transactions
  • 3.2 Some Important Random Behaviors Regarding Transaction Interarrival Times in a Poisson Process
  • 3.3 Combining Nonhomogeneous Poisson Processes of Transactions
  • 3.4 Transaction ``size'', and the Recursive Formulas for the Probability Mass Function of Compound Random Variables
  • 4 Models and Discussions for Boxdollar
  • 4.1 Background of Boxdollar
  • 4.2 Currency Conversion Problem
  • 4.3 Currency Rebalancing-Kataoka's Problem: The Safety First Model
  • 4.4 Currency Rebalancing-Conditional Value-at-Risk, I.e., Minimization of Risk
  • 4.5 More General Formulations
  • 4.6 Valuation of Boxdollar
  • 4.7 Boxdollar as a Regional Currency and a Quasi-fiat Money
  • 4.8 The Dual Cryptocurrencies: Boxcoin and Boxdollar in the Value Chain
  • 5 Concluding Remarks
  • References
  • Blockchain for Intelligent Gas Monitoring in Smart City Scenario
  • 1 Introduction
  • 1.1 Smart City
  • 1.2 Gas Monitoring
  • 2 Intelligent Gas Monitoring
  • 2.1 Gas Sensors
  • 2.2 Bottlenecks in Gas Monitoring
  • 2.3 Intelligence Gas Monitoring
  • 3 Blockchain for Intelligent Gas Monitoring
  • 3.1 Blockchain
  • 3.2 Intelligent Gas Monitoring Based on Blockchain
  • References
  • Commodity Ecology: From Smart Cities to Smart Regions Via a Blockchain-Based Virtual Community Platform for Ecological Design in Choosing All Materials and Wastes
  • 1 Introduction
  • 1.1 Our New "Network Society" Creates the Possibility for "Smart Regions" Via Societies Saturated with Mobile ICT, Equalized by Common Online Platform Participation and Powered by Blockchain Revolution