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Synthetic modelling of pedestrian movement tallinn case study report. / Puusepp, Renee; Cerrone, Damiano; Melioranski, Martin.

34th eCAADe Conference: 22-26 August 2016, Oulu. Vuosikerta 2 2016. (Urban Contex; Nro 34).

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Puusepp, R, Cerrone, D & Melioranski, M 2016, Synthetic modelling of pedestrian movement tallinn case study report. julkaisussa 34th eCAADe Conference: 22-26 August 2016, Oulu. Vuosikerta. 2, Urban Contex, Nro 34.

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Puusepp, R., Cerrone, D., & Melioranski, M. (2016). Synthetic modelling of pedestrian movement tallinn case study report. teoksessa 34th eCAADe Conference: 22-26 August 2016, Oulu (Vuosikerta 2). (Urban Contex; Nro 34).

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Puusepp R, Cerrone D, Melioranski M. Synthetic modelling of pedestrian movement tallinn case study report. julkaisussa 34th eCAADe Conference: 22-26 August 2016, Oulu. Vuosikerta 2. 2016. (Urban Contex; 34).

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Puusepp, Renee ; Cerrone, Damiano ; Melioranski, Martin. / Synthetic modelling of pedestrian movement tallinn case study report. 34th eCAADe Conference: 22-26 August 2016, Oulu. Vuosikerta 2 2016. (Urban Contex; 34).

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