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Tan Yigitcanlar
Tan Yigitcanlar
Professor of Urban Studies and Planning, City 4.0 Lab, Queensland University of Technology
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Can cities become smart without being sustainable? A systematic review of the literature
T Yigitcanlar, M Kamruzzaman, M Foth, J Sabatini-Marques, E Da Costa, ...
Sustainable cities and society 45, 348-365, 2019
6302019
Understanding ‘smart cities’: Intertwining development drivers with desired outcomes in a multidimensional framework
T Yigitcanlar, M Kamruzzaman, L Buys, G Ioppolo, J Sabatini-Marques, ...
Cities 81, 145-160, 2018
5772018
Sustainable development of smart cities: A systematic review of the literature
EP Trindade, MPF Hinnig, EM da Costa, JS Marques, RC Bastos, ...
Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market, and Complexity 3 (3), 1-14, 2017
4572017
The making of knowledge cities: Melbourne’s knowledge-based urban development experience
T Yigitcanlar, K O’Connor, C Westerman
Cities 25 (2), 63-72, 2008
4392008
Korean ubiquitous-eco-city: A smart-sustainable urban form or a branding hoax?
T Yigitcanlar, SH Lee
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 89, 100-114, 2014
3982014
Understanding autonomous vehicles: A systematic literature review on capability, impact, planning and policy
A Faisal, T Yigitcanlar, M Kamruzzaman, G Currie
Journal of Transport and Land Use 12 (1), 45-72, 2019
3862019
Does smart city policy lead to sustainability of cities?
T Yigitcanlar, M Kamruzzaman
Land use policy 73, 49-58, 2018
3702018
Rising knowledge cities: the role of urban knowledge precincts
T Yigitcanlar, K Velibeyoglu, C Martinez-Fernandez
Journal of Knowledge Management 12 (5), 8-20, 2008
3582008
Smartness that matters: towards a comprehensive and human-centred characterisation of smart cities
AP Lara, EM Da Costa, TZ Furlani, T Yigitcanlar
Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market, and Complexity 2 (2), 8, 2016
3372016
Rethinking sustainable urban development: towards an integrated planning and development process
T Yigitcanlar, S Teriman
International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology 12, 341-352, 2015
3372015
Contributions and risks of artificial intelligence (AI) in building smarter cities: Insights from a systematic review of the literature
T Yigitcanlar, KC Desouza, L Butler, F Roozkhosh
Energies 13 (6), 1473, 2020
3222020
Attracting and retaining knowledge workers in knowledge cities
T Yigitcanlar, S Baum, S Horton
Journal of Knowledge Management, 2007
2982007
The culture for open innovation dynamics
JHJ Yun, X Zhao, KH Jung, T Yigitcanlar
Sustainability 12 (12), 5076, 2020
2922020
A GIS‐based land use and public transport accessibility indexing model
T Yigitcanlar, N Sipe, R Evans, M Pitot
Australian Planner 44 (3), 30-37, 2007
2742007
Towards prosperous sustainable cities: A multiscalar urban sustainability assessment approach
T Yigitcanlar, F Dur, D Dizdaroglu
Habitat International 45, 36-46, 2015
2612015
Developing a sustainability assessment model: The sustainable infrastructure, land-use, environment and transport model
T Yigitcanlar, F Dur
Sustainability 2 (1), 321-340, 2010
2612010
Towards ubiquitous city: concept, planning, and experiences in the Republic of Korea
SH Lee, JH Han, YT Leem, T Yigitcanlar
Knowledge-based urban development: Planning and applications in the …, 2008
2482008
Smart cities: An effective urban development and management model?
T Yigitcanlar
Australian Planner 52 (1), 27-34, 2015
2412015
Knowledge and the city: Concepts, applications and trends of knowledge-based urban development
FJ Carrillo, T Yigitcanlar, B García, A Lönnqvist
Routledge, 2014
2302014
Benchmarking knowledge-based urban development performance: Results from the international comparison of Helsinki
T Yigitcanlar, A Lönnqvist
Cities 31, 357-369, 2013
2132013
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