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AMS Final Report Project 'We Sense'. / van der Velde, Rene; Fransman, Rick; Tisma, Sasha; Pouderoijen, Michiel.

Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions (AMS), 2018. 20 p.

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Harvard

van der Velde, R, Fransman, R, Tisma, S & Pouderoijen, M 2018, AMS Final Report Project 'We Sense'. Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions (AMS).

APA

van der Velde, R., Fransman, R., Tisma, S., & Pouderoijen, M. (2018). AMS Final Report Project 'We Sense'. Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions (AMS).

Vancouver

van der Velde R, Fransman R, Tisma S, Pouderoijen M. AMS Final Report Project 'We Sense'. Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions (AMS), 2018. 20 p.

Author

van der Velde, Rene ; Fransman, Rick ; Tisma, Sasha ; Pouderoijen, Michiel. / AMS Final Report Project 'We Sense'. Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions (AMS), 2018. 20 p.

BibTeX

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