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Towards fully-facilitated DES modelling: a successful project

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Towards fully-facilitated DES modelling : a successful project. / Bisogno, Stefania; Proudlove, Nathan; Calabrese, Armando; Levialdi-Ghiron, Nathan; Onggo, Bhakti Satyabuhdi Stephan.

2016.

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Harvard

Bisogno, S, Proudlove, N, Calabrese, A, Levialdi-Ghiron, N & Onggo, BSS 2016 'Towards fully-facilitated DES modelling: a successful project'.

APA

Bisogno, S., Proudlove, N., Calabrese, A., Levialdi-Ghiron, N., & Onggo, B. S. S. (2016). Towards fully-facilitated DES modelling: a successful project.

Vancouver

Bisogno S, Proudlove N, Calabrese A, Levialdi-Ghiron N, Onggo BSS. Towards fully-facilitated DES modelling: a successful project. 2016.

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Bisogno, Stefania ; Proudlove, Nathan ; Calabrese, Armando ; Levialdi-Ghiron, Nathan ; Onggo, Bhakti Satyabuhdi Stephan. / Towards fully-facilitated DES modelling : a successful project. 2016.

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