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Items where Division is "Kulliyyah of Architecture and Environmental Design > Department of Urban & Regional Planning" and Year is 2007

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Abdullah, Muhammad Faris and Abdullah, Alias and Ibrahim, Mansor and Boerboom, Luc and Geneletti, Davide (2007) Promoting knowledge cities agenda through institutionalization of spatial planning and decision support system in Malaysia. In: The 2nd International Symposium on Knowledge Cities, 16th-19th July 2007, Shah Alam, Selangor. (Unpublished)

Abdullah, Muhammad Faris and Abdullah, Alias and Ibrahim, Mansor and Boerboom, Luc and Geneletti, Davide (2007) Promoting knowledge cities agenda through institutionalization of spatial planning and decision support system in Malaysia. In: Knowledge cities: future of cities in the knowledge economy. Scholar Press, Puchong, pp. 44-55. ISBN 9789833813179

Asmawi, M.Zainora (2007) The efforts of town planning system in Wetland Management in Peninsular Malaysia. In: UNSPECIFIED.

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Kadar Hamsa, Abdul Azeez and Wan Mohd Rani, Wan Nurul Mardiah (2007) Analysing the potential of telecommuting as a substitute for commute level. In: The 7th International Conference of Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 2007, 24-27 September 2007, Dalian, China. (Unpublished)

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Mohd. Noor, Norzailawati and Hashim, Mazlan (2007) Characterization of detailed features in high resolution satellite data for urban local plans in Malaysian perspectives. In: 28th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing 2007 (ACRS 2007), 12th-16th Nov. 2007, Kuala Lumpur.

Mohit, Mohammad Abdul and B. R.M. Harun, Raja Mohd Firdous (2007) Developing a communicative planning approach to resolve land use conflicts in Jelutong area of Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia. PLANNING MALAYSIA - Journal of the Malaysian Institute of Planners, 5. pp. 95-112. ISSN 1675-6215

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