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Structure and dynamics of a public bike-sharing system. Case study of the public transport system in Białystok

, F. (2006). An analysis of European low-cost airlines and their networks. Journal of Transport Geography , 14 (4), 249-264. Ducruet, C., & Lugo, I. (2013). Structure and dynamics of transportation networks: Models, methods and applications. In J. P. Rodrigue, T. E. Notteboom, J. Shaw (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Transport Studies (pp. 347-364). SAGE. Eagle, N., Macy, M., & Claxton, R. (2010). Network diversity and economic development. Science , 328 (5981), 1029-1031. Faghih-Imani, A., Eluru, N., El-Geneidy, A. M., Rabbat, M., & Haq, U

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A Framework for Creating Value from Fleet Data at Ecosystem Level

References [1] Y. Geng and R. Côté, “Diversity in industrial ecosystems”, International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, vol. 14, no. 4, pp. 329-335, 2007. [2] G.K.S. Gossain, “Reinventing value: The new business ecosystem”, Strategy & Leadership, vol. 26, no. 5, pp. 28-33, 1998. [3] M. Iansiti and R. Levien, “Strategy as Ecology”, Harvard Business Review, vol. 82, no. 3, pp. 68-78, 2004. [4] J. Korhonen, “Four ecosystem principles for an industrial ecosystem”, Journal of

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Smart city concept in the light of the literature review

flexibility of the labour market and international cooperation. Smart mobility is perceived by the accessibility of information and communication infrastructure, through the development of sustainable, innovative and safe transport. The smart environment is measured by the attractiveness of the natural environment, pollution levels, environmental protection activities and resource management methods. Smart people are characterised by the level of qualifications, lifelong learning, social and ethnic diversity, creativity, openness and participation in public life. Smart

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