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  • Keywords: Klimawandel ; climate change ; Norddeutschland ; northern Germany ; Anpassung an den Klimawandel ; Gesellschaft und Klimawandel ; Klimafolgen ; Klimaschutz ; Klimawandel in Norddeutschland ; Regionales Klimaassessment
    Notes: Bereits zum zweiten Mal wird im Rahmen des KlimaCampus Hamburg der aktuelle Forschungsstand zum Klimawandel in der Hamburger Metropolregion und Norddeutschland systematisch dokumentiert. Erfahren sie auf Basis der Fachliteratur in welchem Maße Konsens hinsichtlich des Klimawandels in Norddeutschland besteht. Inwieweit sind Entwicklungen bereits messbar, welche Auswirkungen zeigen sich bereits heute und wie kann sich die Region vor negativen Folgen des Klimawandels schützen? Die über 70 Autoren haben die Forschungsergebnisse zu diesen Fragen systematisch zusammengetragen. Die Übereinstimmung bzw. Widersprüchlichkeit des derzeitigen Wissens wurde dabei herausgearbeitet, Erkenntnisgewinne gegenüber dem ersten Hamburger Klimabericht lokalisiert und weiterhin bestehender Forschungsbedarf aufgezeigt. Alle Beiträge wurden einem wissenschaftlichen Begutachtungsprozess unterzogen, der von einem Lenkungsausschuss überwacht wurde. Die Dokumentation belegt umfassend eine bereits stattfindende Erwärmung in der Metropolregion Hamburg und in Norddeutschland, sowie einen Meeresspiegelanstieg an Nord- und Ostsee. Mit der Erwärmung zeichnen sich deutliche Änderung im Ökosystem ab. Diese bereits eingetretenen Entwicklungen können sich künftig weiter verstärken. Erfahren Sie, welche Auswirkungen dies für Politik, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft hat. | Contents: Klima der Region und Einfluss auf Ökosysteme --- Einleitung und Zusammenfassung / Hans von Storch, Insa Meinke, Martin Claußen / Pages 1-11 --- Klima der Region – Zustand, bisherige Entwicklung und mögliche Änderungen bis 2100 / Insa Meinke, Diana Rechid, Birger Tinz, Moritz Maneke, Christiana Lefebvre, Elke Isokeit / Pages 15-36 --- Stadtklima in Hamburg / K. Heinke Schlünzen, Wolfgang Riecke, Benjamin Bechtel, Marita Boettcher, Saskia Buchholz, David Grawe et al. / Pages 37-53 --- Deutsche Bucht mit Tideelbe und Lübecker Bucht / Birgit Klein, Rita Seiffert, Ulf Gräwe, Holger Klein, Peter Loewe, Jens Möller et al. / Pages 55-87 --- Aquatische Ökosysteme: Nordsee, Wattenmeer, Elbeästuar und Ostsee / Justus van Beusekom, Ralf Thiel, Ivo Bobsien, Maarten Boersma, Christian Buschbaum, Andreas Dänhardt et al. / Pages 89-107 --- Terrestrische und semiterrestrische Ökosysteme / Udo Schickhoff, Annette Eschenbach / Pages 109-145 --- Auswirkungen des Klimawandels in der Region --- Land- und Forstwirtschaft, Fischerei / Michael Köhl, Christian Möllmann, Jörg Fromm, Gerd Kraus, Volker Mues / Pages 149-172 --- Gesundheit / Jobst Augustin, Rolf Horstmann, Timo Homeier-Bachmann, Kai Jensen, Jörg Knieling, Anne Caroline Krefis et al. / Pages 173-192 --- Infrastrukturen (Energie- und Wasserversorgung) / Markus Groth, Julia Rose / Pages 193-208 --- Migration / Michael Brzoska, Jürgen Oßenbrügge, Christiane Fröhlich, Jürgen Scheffran / Pages 209-224 --- Hafen Hamburg, Schifffahrt und Verkehr / Birgit Weiher / Pages 225-240 --- Regionaler Klimawandel und Gesellschaft --- Klimawandel in den Medien / Michael Brüggemann, Irene Neverla, Imke Hoppe, Stefanie Walter / Pages 243-254 --- Wahrnehmung des Klimawandels in der Metropolregion Hamburg / Beate M. W. Ratter / Pages 255-264 --- Lokale Klima-Governance im Mehrebenensystem: formale und informelle Regelungsformen / Anita Engels, Martin Wickel, Jörg Knieling, Nancy Kretschmann, Kerstin Walz / Pages 265-282 --- Technischer Klimaschutz / Detlef Schulz, Thomas Weiß / Pages 283-291 --- Klimawandel, Nachhaltigkeit und Transformationsgestaltung / Harald Heinrichs / Pages 293-302
    Pages: XVIII, 302 S. : Ill., graph. Darst.
    ISBN: 978-3-662-55378-7
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  • Rijeka, Croatia : InTech
    Keywords: antenna ; microstrip antenna ; wireless device ; wireless communication
    Notes: The progress in modern tiny multifunctional wireless devices has dramatically increased the demand for microstrip antennas in recent years. Furthermore, in the last few years, such microstrip antennas found numerous applications in both the military and the commercial sectors. Therefore, microstrip patch antenna has become a major focus to the researchers in the field of antenna engineering. In this book, some recent advances in microstrip antennas are presented. This book contains mainly three sections. In the first section, some new approaches to modern analytical techniques rather than the conventional cavity model, transmission line model, or spectral domain analysis have been discussed. In the second section of the book, a light has been showered on some new techniques for bandwidth enhancement of microstrip radiators. In the last section of the book, the recent trends in microstrip antenna research have been showcased. Some newfangled application-oriented approach to this field is vividly discussed. The book’s main objective is to facilitate the microstrip antenna researchers for exploring the subject in more vibrant manner and also to revolutionize wireless communications. A sufficient number of topics have been covered, some for the first time in a research handbook. I hope that the book will surely be beneficial for scientists, practicing engineers, and researchers working in the field of microstrip antennas. | Contents: Chapter 1: Bandwidth Enhancement Techniques by Seyed Ali Razavi Parizi --- Chapter 2: Miniature Planar Antenna Design for Ultra-Wideband Systems by Mohammad Alibakhshikenari, Mohammad Naser-Moghadasi, Ramazan Ali Sadeghzadeh, Bal Singh Virdee and Ernesto Limiti --- Chapter 3: Design and Analysis of Microstrip Patch Antennas Using Artificial Neural Network by Vivek Singh Kushwah and Geetam Singh Tomar --- Chapter 4: Circularly Polarized T-Stub Coupled Microstrip Antenna Structure for WLAN by Milind Thomas Themalil --- Chapter 5: Bio-Inspired Microstrip Antenna by Alexandre Jean René Serres, Georgina Karla de Freitas Serres, Paulo Fernandes da Silva Júnior, Raimundo Carlos Silvério Freire, Josiel do Nascimento Cruz, Tulio Chaves de Albuquerque, Maciel Alves Oliveira and Paulo Henrique da Fonseca Silva --- Chapter 6: Printed Planar Antenna Designs Based on Metamaterial Unit- Cells for Broadband Wireless Communication Systems by Mohammad Alibakhshikenari, Mohammad Naser-Moghadasi, Ramazan Ali Sadeghzadeh, Bal Singh Virdee and Ernesto Limiti --- Chapter 7: Low-SAR Miniaturized Handset Antenna Using EBG by Kamel Salah Sultan, Haythem Hussien Abdullah and Esmat Abdel- Fatah Abdallah
    Pages: 156 S.
    ISBN: 978-953-51-3601-9
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  • Keywords: ellipsometry ; material characterization
    Notes: Ellipsometry is rapidly emerging as a popular solution addressed to new materials science challenges and technological pitfalls hindering its effective application on modern problems. Amid the nowadays active development of materials of top notch, ellipsometry is also evolving rapidly both in the academic and industry sectors. The global industry strategies, introduce the latest scientific advances at manufacturing new, more accurate, and reliable ellipsometry systems to tackle emerging challenges. The book provides a comprehensive overview on the principles and technical capabilities of the modern ellipsometry highlighting its versatility in materials characterization. | Contents: Chapter 1: Mie-Scattering Ellipsometry by Yasuaki Hayashi and Akio Sanpei --- Chapter 2: Achromatic Ellipsometry: Theory and Applications by Eralci Moreira Therézio, Gustavo G. Dalkiranis, André A. Vieira, Hugo Gallardo, Ivan H. Bechtold, Patricia Targon Campana and Alexandre Marletta --- Chapter 3: The Development of Three-Intensity Measurement in PSA Ellipsometry and Photoelastic Modulation Ellipsometry by Yu-Faye Chao --- Chapter 4: Multilayer Polarizer at the Energy of 50–1000 eV by Jingtao Zhu and Mingqi Cui --- Chapter 5: Spectroscopic Ellipsometry Study of Organic-Inorganic Halide: FAPbIxBr3−x Perovskite Thin Films by Two-Step Method by Hajime Shirai --- Chapter 6: Photoelastic Modulated Imaging Ellipsometry by Chien-Yuan Han, Yu-Faye Chao and Hsiu-Ming Tsai --- Chapter 7: Spectroscopic Ellipsometry - Application on the Classification of Diamond-Like Carbon Films by XiaoLong Zhou and Hidetoshi Saitoh
    Pages: 160 S.
    ISBN: 978-953-51-3623-1
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  • Rijeka, Croatia : InTech
    Keywords: soldering materials ; material characterization ; corrosion
    Notes: This book is about solders and their composition and focuses on material characterizations and the methods used to make alloys and determine their structures, physical properties and applications. Physical properties and the factors that control them and theoretical verification are the main contents of this book. Corrosion of solders is included in the coverage of the properties related to solder composition and mechanical properties. | Contents: Chapter 1: Introductory Chapter: Overview of Recent Progress in Soldering Materials by Ahmad Azmin Mohamad --- Chapter 2: Low Melting Temperature Solder Materials for Use in Flexible Microelectronic Packaging Applications by Sang Hoon Kim and Sangsun Yang --- Chapter 3: Brazing Behaviour of Ag-Cu Filler Materials by Ionelia Voiculescu --- Chapter 4: Recent Advances in Solderability of Ceramic and Metallic Materials with Application of Active Solders and Power Ultrasound by Roman Koleňák --- Chapter 5: Evolution of Pb-Free Solders by Wayne Ng Chee Weng
    Pages: 116 S.
    ISBN: 978-953-51-3643-9
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  • Rijeka, Croatia : InTech
    Keywords: Bayesian inference ; algorithms ; Kalman filtering ; Bayesian modeling ; Hidden Markov modeling
    Notes: The range of Bayesian inference algorithms and their different applications has been greatly expanded since the first implementation of a Kalman filter by Stanley F. Schmidt for the Apollo program. Extended Kalman filters or particle filters are just some examples of these algorithms that have been extensively applied to logistics, medical services, search and rescue operations, or automotive safety, among others. This book takes a look at both theoretical foundations of Bayesian inference and practical implementations in different fields. It is intended as an introductory guide for the application of Bayesian inference in the fields of life sciences, engineering, and economics, as well as a source document of fundamentals for intermediate Bayesian readers. | Contents: Chapter 1: Bayesian Inference Application by Wiyada Kumam, Plern Saipara and Poom Kumam --- Chapter 2: Node-Level Conflict Measures in Bayesian Hierarchical Models Based on Directed Acyclic Graphs by Jørund I. Gåsemyr and Bent Natvig --- Chapter 3: Classifying by Bayesian Method and Some Applications by Tai Vovan --- Chapter 4: Hypothesis Testing for High-Dimensional Problems by Naveen K. Bansal --- Chapter 5: Bayesian vs Frequentist Power Functions to Determine the Optimal Sample Size: Testing One Sample Binomial Proportion Using Exact Methods by Valeria Sambucini --- Chapter 6: Converting Graphic Relationships into Conditional Probabilities in Bayesian Network by Loc Nguyen --- Chapter 7: Bayesian Estimation of Multivariate Autoregressive Hidden Markov Model with Application to Breast Cancer Biomarker Modeling by Hamid El Maroufy, El Houcine Hibbah, Abdelmajid Zyad and Taib Ziad --- Chapter 8: Bayesian Model Averaging and Compromising in Dose-Response Studies by Steven B. Kim --- Chapter 9: Two Examples of Bayesian Evidence Synthesis with the Hierarchical Meta-Regression Approach by Pablo Emilio Verde --- Chapter 10: Bayesian Modeling in Genetics and Genomicsvvv by Hafedh Ben Zaabza, Abderrahmen Ben Gara and Boulbaba Rekik --- Chapter 11: Bayesian Two-Stage Robust Causal Modeling with Instrumental Variables using Student's t Distributions by Dingjing Shi and Xin Tong --- Chapter 12: Bayesian Hypothesis Testing: An Alternative to Null Hypothesis Significance Testing (NHST) in Psychology and Social Sciences by Alonso Ortega and Gorka Navarrete --- Chapter 13: Bayesian Inference and Compressed Sensing by Solomon A. Tesfamicael and Faraz Barzideh --- Chapter 14: Sparsity in Bayesian Signal Estimation by Ishan Wickramasingha, Michael Sobhy and Sherif S. Sherif --- Chapter 15: Dynamic Bayesian Network for Time-Dependent Classification Problems in Robotics by Cristiano Premebida, Francisco A. A. Souza and Diego R. Faria --- Chapter 16: A Bayesian Model for Investment Decisions in Early Ventures by Anamaria Berea and Daniel Maxwell --- Chapter 17: Recent Advances in Nonlinear Filtering with a Financial Application to Derivatives Hedging under Incomplete Information by Claudia Ceci and Katia Colaneri --- Chapter 18: Airlines Content Recommendations Based on Passengers' Choice Using Bayesian Belief Networks by Sien Chen, Wenqiang Huang, Mengxi Chen, Junjiang Zhong and Jie Cheng
    Pages: 376 S.
    ISBN: 978-953-51-3577-7
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  • Keywords: knowledge management ; KM ; organization ; knowledge creation ; knowledge sharing ; dissemination
    Notes: Knowledge management (KM) has become an important business strategy in an era of accelerated globalization, digitalization, and servitization of products and services. Maximizing the use of organizational resources becomes fundamental for continuous growth and prosperity. Organizations of various kinds such as resource-based organizations, product-based organizations, as well as knowledge-intensive service-oriented organizations require specific policies and support services to improve the knowledge management in their respective organizations. Knowledge Management Strategies and Applications focuses on the way organizations can create knowledge, share existing or new knowledge, and disseminate them among the stakeholders, most importantly among the employees, managers, customers, and suppliers. The selected topics are drawn from several fields of studies and give a multidisciplinary outlook. The book will be interesting not only for the researchers and students but also for the managers who want to improve knowledge sharing and innovation capabilities in their organizations. | Contents: Chapter 1: Tacit Knowledge Sharing: A Literature Review Applied to the Context of the Brazilian Judiciary by José Roberto Ferretti and Maria da Conceição L. Afonso --- Chapter 2: Knowledge Sharing and Human Resource Development in Innovative Organizations by Michael Beyerlein, Rachele Collins, Shinhee Jeong, Christi Phillips, Suravee Sunalai and Lei Xie --- Chapter 3: Network Market Orientation, Knowledge Management and Born Globals’ Competitiveness by Diego Monferrer Tirado and Marta Estrada Guillén --- Chapter 4: Knowledge Management Hybrid Strategy with People, Technology and Process Pillars by Ivy Chan --- Chapter 5: Knowledge Management for Informally Structured Domains: Challenges and Proposals by Karla Olmos-Sánchez and Jorge Rodas-Osollo --- Chapter 6: Performance Management by Causal Mapping: An Application Field of Knowledge Management by Sarah Kölbel, Wolfgang Ossadnik and Stefan Gergeleit --- Chapter 7: Intelligent Knowledge Retrieval from Industrial Repositories by Antonio Martin, Mauricio Burbano and Carlos León --- Chapter 8: Affective Technology Acceptance Model: Extending Technology Acceptance Model with Positive and Negative Affect by Angela Lee Siew Hoong, Lip Sam Thi and Mei-Hua Lin --- Chapter 9: The Impact of the Internet of Things to Value Added in Knowledge-Intensive Organizations by Maja Meško, Jana Suklan and Vasja Roblek --- Chapter 10: Knowledge Management Trends in Biotechnology in Brazil by Maria de Fátima Ebole Santana --- Chapter 11: Exploring the Impact of Online Clinical Guidelines on Individual Knowledge Management Behaviors and Individual Net Benefits by Shofang Chang, Tain-Junn Cheng and Chung-Hsien Chan --- Chapter 12: Knowledge-Based Assignment Model for Allocation of Employees in Engineering-to-Order Production by Matjaz Roblek, Maja Zajec and Benjamin Urh --- Chapter 13: An Examination of the Knowledge Management Process in the Emerging Chinese Hotel Industry by Tommy Wong, Linda French and Mark Wickham --- Chapter 14: Widening the Understanding of Risk Approaches by Comparing Definitions from Different Disciplines by Gabriele Berg-Beckhoff, Peter Wiedemann, Balázs Ádám, Joachim Schüz, Kristian Breum Ølgaard, Pernille Tanggaard Andersen, Steven Ndugwa Kabwama and Jesper Bo Nielsen
    Pages: 274 S.
    ISBN: 978-953-51-3617-0
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  • Rijeka, Croatia : InTech
    Keywords: plant engineering ; agriculture ; climate change ; food distribution
    Notes: Undernourishment in some areas and abundance in others, accelerated climate changes, food distribution and security challenges, fluctuating economic and political stability and oversaturation in information - this is the world we are living in today. It seems that there is no time for the basic science plant research; instead of years of dedicated investigation, scientists are forced to wrap up their know-how in a project-oriented deliverables as fast as possible. The main strength of this book is the new knowledge about plant engineering that could be transferred into the applied science and, later on, to the industry. However, we should not forget that all great discoveries begin with the fundamental research, the wealth of good ideas and the dedicated scientific work. | Contents: Chapter 1: Introductory Chapter: Plant Engineering for the Future Ahead by Snježana Jurić --- Chapter 2: Signs of Silence: Small RNAs and Antifungal Responses in Arabidopsis thaliana and Zea mays by Andrea Balmer, Emanuele De Paoli, Azeddine Si-Ammour, Brigitte Mauch-Mani and Dirk Balmer --- Chapter 3: The Use of Gamma Irradiation in Plant Mutation Breeding by Ramazan Beyaz and Mustafa Yildiz --- Chapter 4: Hd3a Florigen Recruits Different Proteins to Reveal Its Function in Plant Growth and Development by Yekti Asih Purwestri, Febri Adi Susanto and Hiroyuki Tsuji --- Chapter 5: ALSV Vector Substantially Shortens Generation Time of Horticultural Plants by Ichiro Kasajima, Chunjiang Li, Noriko Yamagishi and Nobuyuki Yoshikawa --- Chapter 6: Development of Transgenic Sorghum Plants with Improved In Vitro Kafirin Digestibility by Lev A. Elkonin, Julia V. Italyanskaya, Valery M. Panin and Nikolai Yu. Selivanov --- Chapter 7: Vascular Tissue Development and Regeneration in the Model Plant Arabidopsis by Ewa Mazur and Jiří Friml --- Chapter 8: Climate Smart Agriculture: An Option for Changing Climatic Situation by Mona Nagargade, Vishal Tyagi and Manoj Kumar Singh --- Chapter 9: Adaptive Management Framework for Evaluating and Adjusting Microclimate Parameters in Tropical Greenhouse Crop Production Systems by Redmond R. Shamshiri, Muhammad Razif Mahadi, Kelly R. Thorp, Wan Ishak Wan Ismail, Desa Ahmad and Hasfalina Che Man
    Pages: 200 S.
    ISBN: 978-953-51-3607-1
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  • Keywords: sustainable manufacturing ; sustainable energy ; sustainability
    Notes: Globally, manufacturing facilities have taken a new turn with a mix of advanced robotics to fully unify production systems. Today's era of manufacturing has embraced smart manufacturing techniques by delving into intelligent manufacturing system of advances in robotics, controllers, sensors, and machine learning giving room for every aspect of the plant to be constantly accessible, monitored, controlled, redesigned, and adapted for required adjustments. Skill development within the manufacturing sector presents the advantage of high-quality products and can as well address long-term employment concerns through job creation. The development of skills for sustainable manufacturing is crucial to ensuring an efficient transition to a competitive economy by matching supply and demand for key skills. A number of factors ranging from green innovation, climate change, advances in technology, and global economic downturn are driving the need for a competitive and sustainable manufacturing value chain. The complexity of today's factories calls for new and existing workers to up-skill in order to influence design changes and production efficiency toward sustainable manufacturing. | Contents: Chapter 1: Sustainable Solid Waste Recycling by Ahmad K. Jassim --- Chapter 2: Sustainable Power Technology: A Viable Sustainable Energy Solution by Kikelomo Ijagbemi --- Chapter 3: Sustainable Maintenance Practices and Skills for Competitive Production System by Adeyeri Michael Kanisuru --- Chapter 4: Interventions to Skills Development in the Automotive Manufacturing Sector of South Africa by Opeyeolu Timothy Laseinde and Grace Mukondeleli Kanakana --- Chapter 5: Designing and Developing New VET Curricula to Address Skills Gaps in the Aeronautics Industry by Rosa Maria Arnaldo Valdés, Victor Fernando Gómez Comendador and Alvaro Rodriguez Sanz
    Pages: 102 S.
    ISBN: 978-953-51-3645-3
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  • Rijeka, Croatia : InTech
    Keywords: acoustics ; underwater acoustics ; underwater observation ; acoustic signals
    Notes: Underwater acoustics, despite the relatively short history, has already found practical application in many areas of human activity. It allows, among others, depth research, data transmission, and underwater observation and provides maritime transport safety and security against terrorists. Moreover, underwater acoustic technologies are also widely used in medicine, biology, and many other fields. Therefore, it is one of the most developing areas. This book is a collection of experiences of scientists from around the world engaged in research, design, and construction, as well as the daily use of underwater acoustic systems. Giving this book in the hands of the reader, we hope that it will be a treasure trove of knowledge and inspiration for further research in the field of underwater acoustics. | Contents: Chapter 1: Localization of Buried Objects Using Reflected Wide-Band Underwater Acoustic Signals by Salah Bourennane and Caroline Fossati --- Chapter 2: Routing Protocols for Underwater Acoustic Sensor Networks: A Survey from an Application Perspective by Qian Lu, Feng Liu, Ying Zhang and Shengming Jiang --- Chapter 3: Nonlinear Unknown-Input Observer-Based Systems for Secure Communication by Robert N.K. Loh and Manohar K. Das --- Chapter 4: Denoising Methods for Underwater Acoustic Signal by Vijaya Baskar Veeraiyan --- Chapter 5: Active and Passive Acoustic Methods for In-situ Monitoring of the Ocean Status by Sara Pensieri and Roberto Bozzano --- Chapter 6: Development of Quantitative Single Beam Echosounder for Measuring Fish Backscattering by Henry M. Manik, Dony Apdillah, Angga Dwinovantyo and Steven Solikin
    Pages: 142 S.
    ISBN: 978-953-51-3609-5
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  • Rijeka, Croatia : InTech
    Keywords: urbanizing ; local development ; urban planning
    Notes: Cities and regions represent the driving force of development in economic, social, and cultural life and reflect the spatial organization of human society. Furthermore, strategic urban regions are becoming increasingly important players in the global economy, as the impact of national states decreases while the impact of cities and urban regions is increasing. The process of globalization is reflected in the tendency for gaining competitiveness and efficiencies of global trends. Once cities and regions have identified where they are, they need to decide where they want to be in the future. And to do this, they need to understand the significant trends that will influence the direction in which the future unfolds. Managing the identified capitals (four of them are subject of the sections in this book) effectively means taking a holistic approach, since each of the capitals depends on the others. The necessity of taking a holistic approach is one of the themes to emerge particularly strongly from the knowledge-based economy. | Contents: Chapter 1: Collaboration: Long-Term Partnerships for Local Development by Elisabeth Schauppenlehner-Kloyber --- Chapter 2: Evolution of Marketing in Smart Cities through the Collaboration Design by Urška Starc-Peceny, Anita Maček and Rasto Ovin --- Chapter 3: Social Media Use and Citizen Engagement in Local Government of Thailand by Sataporn Roengtam --- Chapter 4: Urban Planning in Decentralization and Local Autonomy Era: A Case Study on the Relationship Between Local Government and Civic Group in Development and Budget Planning in Malang City (Indonesia) by Salahudin, Achmad Nurmandi and Jainuri --- Chapter 5: The Key Role of Integral Extension in Socio-Environmental Innovation towards Sustainable Rural Development by Aida Huerta-Barrientos --- Chapter 6: Export, Import, Economic Growth, and Carbon Emissions in Bangladesh: A Granger Causality Test under VAR (Restricted) Environment by Farhana Ferdousi and Md. Qamruzzaman --- Chapter 7: Water Challenges of an Urbanizing World by Sheetal Sharma --- Chapter 8: The Spatial Structure of Ecuador: Analysis Using Market Potentials by Jorge Guido Sotomayor-Pereira, Jesús López-Rodríguez and Laura Varela-Candamio --- Chapter 9: The Economic Geography of Most North-Western Region of Spain: Galicia and the Effect of Market Access on Regional Development Levels by Jesús López-Rodríguez and Guillermo Manso-Fernández --- Chapter 10: Some Perpetually Old and New Development Issues in the EU Regions: Competitiveness, Resilience, and Convergence: Where Do the New Member States Stand? by Marioara Iordan and Mihaela-Nona Chilian --- Chapter 11: Regional Analysis for European Structural and Investment Funds on the Case of Slovenia-Austria Cross-Border Cooperation 2014–2020 by Vito Bobek and Anita Maček
    Pages: 226 S.
    ISBN: 978-953-51-3603-3
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