Is it possible to implement architecture for integrated intelligence in urban management using cloud computing.

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Is it possible to implement architecture for integrated intelligence in urban management using cloud computing. Which tools can be used(to compare the data sets and store the large data sets). Please suggest your views. This is for my final year college project. I am a beginner to the cloud environment.

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Planning to use wubi.

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  • CharlieBrowne
    This is a homework question and we do not do homework. If you present your views to us we may be able to comment on them
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  • TomLiotta
    Since you're asking about computers, the answer will always be "It's possible to implement anything that you can figure out how to program." . Tom
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  • CharlieBrowne
    Tom I did not understand your response. Regardless of if we are talking about computers, It is always possible to do something if we can figure out how to do it. ;-)
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  • TomLiotta
    @CharlieBrowne: . The thread question is "Is it possible...?" IMO, if you can figure out the programming, then it's possible. Until you can figure it out, it's not possible. . There are various philosophical approaches to answering the full question, but I don't see how to put a useful answer into the kind of space this forum expects and do it in the amount of time this forum expects. Falling back on a truism seems best even if it's mostly a tautology at heart. . Tom
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