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Scholarly Horizons: University of Minnesota, Morris Undergraduate Journal

Abstract

This paper looks at two smart parking reservation algorithms, and examines the ongoing efforts to connect smart systems of different domains in a city's infrastructure. The reservation algorithms are designed to improve the performance of smart parking systems. The first algorithm considers the distance between parking areas and the number of free parking spaces in determining a parking space. The second algorithm uses distance between parking areas and driver destination, parking price, and the number of unoccupied spaces for each parking area. Neither of these smart parking systems cover how they could fit into a larger scale smart system. As a result, we also look at how interconnection of smart systems is a big priority in the European Union. The researchers there aim to avoid vertical silos of information. Sharing smart system information between different domains can be used to create new or improved services.

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