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Journal:   RESEARCH AND URBAN PLANNING   winter 2019 , Volume 9 , Number 35 #p00544; Page(s) 11 To 29.
 
Paper: 

Prioritizing Indicators in the make Smart Process (Case Study: Kerman City)

 
 
Author(s):  Afzali Marzieh, MODIRI MEHDI, FARHODI RAHMATOLLAH
 
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Abstract: 
The making-smart process in cities is to create new cities and Making-Smart existing cities. The smart city has six components of economy, people, governance, environment, mobility and Smart life. The total of these components has 33 criteria and the total of criteria has 74 indicators. According to the making-smart projects of the cities of the world, there can be found less urban that simultaneously the conditions of each of the six components of the smart city. The results of the research showed that ranks 1 to 4 are related to the poverty rate index and the poverty rate indicator (smart life component); employment index and unemployment index (both subset of smart economy component). These four indicators, all have a Friedman coefficient of 15. 63 and a standard deviation of close to zero. This situation shows that the economic and livelihood issues of the people have caused the main priorities of making-smart in Kerman to be focused on the experts from the field of Kerman's making-smart related areas, which is the fact that smart cities of the Third World, especially in the city study should be considered. However, the indicator of the importance of citizenship and the importance of politics for residents (both with Friedman coefficient 6. 68 and standard deviation of 0. 51), the index of personal computers (with Friedman coefficient of 5. 9 and deviation Criteria 0. 51) and sunshine time index (with Friedman coefficient 5. 25 and standard deviation of 0. 489) were placed in the final priorities of 71 to 74, respectively.
 
Keyword(s): Smart City Indicators,Priority Indicators,Smart-Making,Kerman City,Friedman Test
 
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