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Experimentation at scale: challenges for making urban informatics work

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Experimentation at scale: challenges for making urban informatics work. / Brynskov, Martin; Heijnen, Adriënne; Balestrini, Mara; Raetzsch, Christoph.

I: Smart and Sustainable Built Environment, Bind 7, Nr. 1, 2018, s. 150-163.

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Brynskov, Martin ; Heijnen, Adriënne ; Balestrini, Mara ; Raetzsch, Christoph. / Experimentation at scale: challenges for making urban informatics work. I: Smart and Sustainable Built Environment. 2018 ; Bind 7, Nr. 1. s. 150-163.

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