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  1. To simultaneously address social equity and spatial equity, we develop a new type of preference modelling to distribute infrastructure resources that takes into account neighbourhood inequity effects. We compa...

    Authors: Arif Wismadi, Mark Brussel, Mark Zuidgeest and Martin van Maarseveen
    Citation: Infrastructure Complexity 2015 2:8
  2. The Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) infrastructure sector has dramatically expanded over the past decade as the demand for increased digital connectivity has increased from both companies and ...

    Authors: Edward Oughton, Peter Tyler and David Alderson
    Citation: Infrastructure Complexity 2015 2:6
  3. Investment in infrastructure is recognized as a key enabler of economic prosperity, but it is also important for addressing social and environmental challenges, including climate change mitigation and addressi...

    Authors: Timothy J Foxon, Catherine S E Bale, Jonathan Busch, Ruth Bush, Stephen Hall and Katy Roelich
    Citation: Infrastructure Complexity 2015 2:4
  4. The study of interdependent complex networks in the last decade has shown how cascading failure can result in the recursive and complete fragmentation of all connected systems from the destruction of a compara...

    Authors: Mehdi Khoury, Seth Bullock, Gaihua Fu and Richard Dawson
    Citation: Infrastructure Complexity 2015 2:1