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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Georgii Ovsiannikov
Urban Development Optimization Service Based on Open Data
Big Data Systems
(Master’s programme)
2017
Growth of the cities is one of the most topical social and economical affairs nowadays. Infrastructural and environmental issues within cities be- come more relevant with growth of those cities. In this work we are aiming to study the most complex issues of urban growth and study best practices to their handling worldwide. In addition to that we study existing sources of open data and their applicability to solving urban issues of the city of Moscow. We also provide description of the web application, that we developed for monitoring air quality within the city of Moscow.

Pages: 45

Figures: 17

Tables: 5

Bibliography: 46

Appendix: 1

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