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Organicity: Lessons from an Experimentation as a Service Model for Digital Civic Innovation

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Organicity : Lessons from an Experimentation as a Service Model for Digital Civic Innovation. / Wilson, Duncan; McLoughlin, Shane; Brynskov, Martin.

International Conference on Smart Infrastructure and Construction 2019 (ICSIC): Driving data-informed decision-making. red. / MJ DeJong; JM Schooling; GMB Viggiani. ICE Publishing, 2019. s. 195-202.

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Wilson, D, McLoughlin, S & Brynskov, M 2019, Organicity: Lessons from an Experimentation as a Service Model for Digital Civic Innovation. i MJ DeJong, JM Schooling & GMB Viggiani (red), International Conference on Smart Infrastructure and Construction 2019 (ICSIC): Driving data-informed decision-making. ICE Publishing, s. 195-202. https://doi.org/10.1680/icsic.64669.195

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Wilson, D., McLoughlin, S., & Brynskov, M. (2019). Organicity: Lessons from an Experimentation as a Service Model for Digital Civic Innovation. I MJ. DeJong, JM. Schooling, & GMB. Viggiani (red.), International Conference on Smart Infrastructure and Construction 2019 (ICSIC): Driving data-informed decision-making (s. 195-202). ICE Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1680/icsic.64669.195

CBE

Wilson D, McLoughlin S, Brynskov M. 2019. Organicity: Lessons from an Experimentation as a Service Model for Digital Civic Innovation. DeJong MJ, Schooling JM, Viggiani GMB, red. I International Conference on Smart Infrastructure and Construction 2019 (ICSIC): Driving data-informed decision-making. ICE Publishing. s. 195-202. https://doi.org/10.1680/icsic.64669.195

MLA

Wilson, Duncan, Shane McLoughlin, og Martin Brynskov "Organicity: Lessons from an Experimentation as a Service Model for Digital Civic Innovation"., DeJong, MJ Schooling, JM Viggiani, GMB (red.). International Conference on Smart Infrastructure and Construction 2019 (ICSIC): Driving data-informed decision-making. ICE Publishing. 2019, 195-202. https://doi.org/10.1680/icsic.64669.195

Vancouver

Wilson D, McLoughlin S, Brynskov M. Organicity: Lessons from an Experimentation as a Service Model for Digital Civic Innovation. I DeJong MJ, Schooling JM, Viggiani GMB, red., International Conference on Smart Infrastructure and Construction 2019 (ICSIC): Driving data-informed decision-making. ICE Publishing. 2019. s. 195-202 https://doi.org/10.1680/icsic.64669.195

Author

Wilson, Duncan ; McLoughlin, Shane ; Brynskov, Martin. / Organicity : Lessons from an Experimentation as a Service Model for Digital Civic Innovation. International Conference on Smart Infrastructure and Construction 2019 (ICSIC): Driving data-informed decision-making. red. / MJ DeJong ; JM Schooling ; GMB Viggiani. ICE Publishing, 2019. s. 195-202

Bibtex

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