We present a methodology to support urban planners and decision makers in obtaining a good awareness of how city assets (points of interest) are perceived by a community, and on the impact and influence that this collective perception can have on other city assets and city issues such as mobility, environment, security. The methodology employees Fuzzy Cognitive Maps and Fuzzy sets. Fuzzy Cognitive Maps are used to model the relationships between elements of mental representations that different communities have with regards to city issues. The concept of signature as relation between two fuzzy sets is adopted, in analogy to what proposed by Yager and Reformat , to characterize a point of interest. Different signatures are subsequently grouped to characterize an area and adopted, in combination with sentiment analysis, to derive a measure of collective perception on the quality of the area. This measure is used to activate some qualitative concept of a Fuzzy Cognitive Map and perform what-if analysis. The methodology has been applied to a sample of three POIs (representing three attractions of the city of Salerno) by using data gathered from the Web and involving some real citizens. Our preliminary results are encouraging with regards to the possibilities offered by our approach of enforcing city decision makers with a good awareness on how changes in the perception of quality of urban areas can influence other city related issues.
|Titolo:||Collective awareness in smart city with fuzzy cognitive maps and fuzzy sets|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributi in Atti di convegno|