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The Virtual Tate

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The Virtual Tate. / Batty, Michael; Dalton, Ruth; Hillier, Bill et al.

Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, 1998. (CASA Working Paper Series; Vol. 5).

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Harvard

Batty, M, Dalton, R, Hillier, B, Jiang, B, Desyllas, J, Mottram, C, Penn, A, Hudson-Smith, A & Turner, A 1998 'The Virtual Tate' CASA Working Paper Series, vol. 5, Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis.

APA

Batty, M., Dalton, R., Hillier, B., Jiang, B., Desyllas, J., Mottram, C., Penn, A., Hudson-Smith, A., & Turner, A. (1998). The Virtual Tate. (CASA Working Paper Series; Vol. 5). Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis.

Vancouver

Batty M, Dalton R, Hillier B, Jiang B, Desyllas J, Mottram C et al. The Virtual Tate. Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis. 1998 Jun 1. (CASA Working Paper Series).

Author

Batty, Michael ; Dalton, Ruth ; Hillier, Bill et al. / The Virtual Tate. Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, 1998. (CASA Working Paper Series).

Bibtex

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