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Multi-Dimensional Land Management Systems: A Delphi Study of the Expert Community

@inproceedings{Jaljolie2020MultiDimensionalLM,
  title={Multi-Dimensional Land Management Systems: A Delphi Study of the Expert Community},
  author={Ruba Jaljolie and Sagi Dalyot},
  year={2020}
}
Multi-purpose and multi-dimensional land management systems (MMLMS) are extremely demanded for sustainable management of land resources. New urban trends are emerging, such as 18-hour city and urbanization processes, which clearly influence land planning and construction. Stakeholders from different backgrounds and various field reshape the current and future status of cities and take part, directly or indirectly, in related decision-making. These encourage creating one common land management… 

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