Water4Cities has produced the following publications
- Kenda, K., Mladenić, D. (2018), “Autonomous Sensor Data Cleaning in Stream Mining Setting”, Business Systems Research, Vol. 9, No. 2, pp. 69-79. DOI: 10.2478/bsrj-2018-0020
- Kenda K., Rizou S., Mellios N., Kofinas D., Ritsos P. D., Senožetnik M., Laspidou C. (2018), “Smart Water Management for Cities”, in Proceedings of Fragile Earth workshop at KDD ’18 (FEED ’18)
- Rizou S, Kenda K, Kofinas D, Mellios N, Pergar P, Ritsos PD, Vardakas J, Kalaboukas K, Laspidou C, Senožetnik M, Spyropoulou A. Water4Cities: An ICT Platform Enabling Holistic Surface Water and Groundwater Management for Sustainable Cities. Proceedings. 2018; 2(11):695. DOI: https://www.mdpi.com/2504-3900/2/11/695
- Kenda K, Čerin M, Bogataj M, Senožetnik M, Klemen K, Pergar P, Laspidou C, Mladenić D. Groundwater Modeling with Machine Learning Techniques: Ljubljana polje Aquifer. Proceedings. 2018; 2(11):697. DOI: https://www.mdpi.com/2504-3900/2/11/697
- Kenda K, Koprivec F, Mladenić D. Optimal Missing Value Estimation Algorithm for Groundwater Levels. Proceedings. 2018; 2(11):698. DOI: https://www.mdpi.com/2504-3900/2/11/698
- Senožetnik M, Herga Z, Šubic T, Bradeško L, Kenda K, Klemen K, Pergar P, Mladenić D. IoT Middleware for Water Management. Proceedings. 2018; 2(11):696. DOI: https://www.mdpi.com/2504-3900/2/11/696
- Ioannou A., Laspidou C. The Water-Energy Nexus at City Level: The Case Study of Skiathos. Proceedings. 2018; 2(11):694. DOI: https://www.mdpi.com/2504-3900/2/11/694
- Ioannou, Alexandra & Kofinas, Dimitrios & Spyropoulou, Alexandra-Eleni & Laspidou, Chrysi. (2017). Data mining for household water consumption analysis using self-organizing maps. European Water. 58. 443-448.
- Klemen K., Perga P., Fatur M., Konda K., Bevc Šekoranja B. “Načrtovanje sonaravnih ukrepov za celovito upravljanje padavinskih voda na urbanih območjih (Planning of Nature Based Solutions for Holistic Urban Stormwater Management)”, in 29. Mišičev vodarski dan 2018
- Klemen K., Fatur M. (2017), “Korak k celovitemu lokalnemu upravljanju z vodo in vodnim prostorom: primer dobre prakse v občini Log - Dragomer (A key step towards a comprehensive management of water and water spaces: an example of best practice in Municipality of Log – Dragomer )”, in Second Slovenian Congress on Waters, Podčetrtek, Slovenia, 19th-20th April, 2017
Water4Cities has produced the following deliverables
|D2.1||Analysis of Stakeholders Requirements||In urban water management there is an increase demand from the water providers’ and public authorities’ perspective to critically evaluate the existing water ecosystems at city level. To enable effective decision making at the entire city level, the Water4Cities project aims to develop the necessary models and associated platform for water providers and relevant stakeholders. This deliverable aims at gathering and structuring the stakeholder requirements for Water4Cities platform based on the general analysis of relevant stakeholders and project use cases.
The deliverable presents the findings in the following order:
- Identification and classification of a list of relevant stakeholders for the Water4Cities platform;
- The description of the current situation of urban water management in each use case area, including the presentation of urban water management and factors that affect urban water management;
- A description of high-level use cases and user requirements;
- Preliminary list of user requirements for each use case;
- Preliminary stakeholder taxonomy.
|D2.2||Use Cases, Pilot Scenarios and KPIs||The aim of this deliverable is to specify the pilot usage scenarios, use cases and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), providing an initial insight into the operation and validation of the Water4Cities system, during the project’s pilots.|
|D2.3||Technical Specification and System Architecture||The aim of this deliverable is to specify the high-level system architecture of the Water4Cities platform, identify its main components and functionalities in line with the user requirements and use cases identified in previous deliverables. In addition, this deliverable provides an overview of existing background elements that are available in the Water4Cities consortium and may be exploited for the realization of the Water4Cities system.|
|D3.1||Best Practices on Urban Water Management Systems||This document presents the methodological framework that is established by Water4Cities aiming at facilitating the urban water management. Firstly, the two case studies urban water cycle parts that Water4Cities focuses are presented. Each case study showcases different specifications regarding the hotspots of urban water management, thus different system boundaries are set. Ljubljana case study focuses on urban run-off, while Skiathos case study focuses on water supply. The two case studies, being diverse, constitute paradigms of typical urban water management situations around Europe.|