Informative global community development index of intelligent city

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Informative Global Community Development Index (IGC) is an analysis method that looks at the development of the community currently residing in a intelligent city. From the understanding method, the development of intelligent cities based on a deontological ethics, the process of developing an intelligent city has to return maximum interest to the majority of the residing community in terms of hardware and software. The enhancement of IGC has become vital as the mile mark in developing Malaysia into a developed nation by the year 2020. In conjunction to that the method of cumulative index analysis IGC development has been used in this research as the main method in measuring the development of IGC. About 127 middle class families in Subang Jaya Smart City were chosen as research respondents in order to measure the IGC development index in Subang Jaya. All the variables are covered under ability component (humanware), management component and information supervision (infoware), components of ownership and communication and information technology usage (technoware), as well as the usage value of ICT and cyber ethics (valueware). The IGC development Index which was used utilized the Rogers scale which looked at levels of innovation, preacceptance, pre-majority, final majority and final scale. The analysis showed that most of the residents in Subang Jaya only achieved IGC development in the pre-acceptance, pre-majority and final majority scale. This meant that there weren't any of the residents in Subang Jaya which achieved the final scale.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)112-121
Number of pages10
JournalWSEAS Transactions on Information Science and Applications
Volume7
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2010

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