Azamat Abdoullaev

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Azamat Sh. Abdoullaev is the ontologist and theoretical physicist who introduced a universal world model as a standard ontology/semantics for human beings and computing machines.[1] Within the unified framework ontology, he suggested several innovative concepts:

He is currently working on the following research and development projects:

As a practical realization, A. Abdoullaev is after the Future World Projects all applied for smart territories of the future, smart ecocommunities, intelligent cities, sustainable regions, nations and global communities, advancing the implementation of the socio-technological projects:

TOMORROW'S WORLD

  • CREATING THE FUTURE: Building Tomorrow’s World[11]
  • POST-2015 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS[12]
  • I-WORLD MANIFESTO[13]
  • SMART WORLD DEVELOPMENT[14]

SMART EUROPE

  • i-EUROPE Manifesto[15]
  • SMART EUROPE[16]
  • BIG EUROPE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT[17]
  • I-GERMANY[18]
  • SMART BRITAIN[19]

SMART SMALL EUROPE

SMART EURASIA

SUSTAINABLE AMERICA

  • SMART United States of America[24]

A. Abdoullaev is running EIS Intelligent Systems Ltd, dealing with:

  • smart world projects,
  • sustainable communities models and strategies,
  • intelligent and smart ecocity developments,
  • eco-smart homes and intelligent green buildings.

Amongst the latest Abdoullaev's initiatives are the Smart Sustainable World and the Sustainable World Commission.[25] The Action is supported by the world's first smart ecocity development, Neapolis Smart EcoCity,[26] which has been selected as a European smart city prototype at the European Commission Launch Event.[27]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Reality, Universal Ontology and Knowledge Systems: Towards the Intelligent World, IGI Global(2008), [1]
  2. ^ The Ultimate of Reality: Reversible Causality, in Proceedings of the 20th World Congress of Philosophy, Boston: Philosophy Documentation Centre, internet site, Paideia Project On-Line, [2]
  3. ^ USECS 1.1 (Unified Standard Entity Classification System),
  4. ^ Standard Ontology Program, [3] [4]
  5. ^ PHILOSOPHY, SCIENCE, ARTS, AND TECHNOLOGY: Grand Unification, Standard Ontology and the Wisdom Semantic Web. A Keynote on the 21st INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF PHILOSOPHY on « PHILOSOPHY, ART AND TECHNOLOGY», CYPRUS: 21 - 27 JULY 2009, http://www.icpc.gr/index.php?id=12020400
  6. ^ The EU Smart Communities and Cities Prototype: 3.0 City, from Dumb to Intelligent Cities, [5]
  7. ^ SUSTAINABLE WORLD DEVELOPMENT
  8. ^ [6]
  9. ^ Smarter Planet project
  10. ^ Network as the Next Utility for "Intelligent Urbanisation"
  11. ^ [7]
  12. ^ [8]
  13. ^ [9]
  14. ^ [10]
  15. ^ [11]
  16. ^ [12]
  17. ^ [13]
  18. ^ [14]
  19. ^ [15]
  20. ^ [16]
  21. ^ [17]
  22. ^ [18]
  23. ^ [19]
  24. ^ [20]
  25. ^ SUSTAINABLE WORLD Initiative
  26. ^ Smart EcoCity
  27. ^ Smart Cities and Communities Communication Launch Event

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