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Fahmyddin Tauhid

Fahmyddin Tauhid

Doctor of Philosophy
Associate Professor. Focusing on Cities, Big Data, Structural Equation Model, and Urban Disasters.

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Climate change is affecting urban areas by increasing the intensity and frequency of climate-related disasters such as flooding, sea-level rise, drought, etc. The trend is expected to rise significantly without proper intervention. Urban housings as the concentration of people and economic growth are the most impacted. This condition calls to study...
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_ Disaster resilience has become an important urban agenda due to the increasing disaster intensity and massive impacts. Developing framework for measuring disaster resilience is a critical policy particularly for urban slum area. It requires extensive and comprehensive approach to achieve sustainable measurement. Providing the integration of the r...
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_ The increasing of tsunami event has called the integration of urban design for disaster impact mitigation. The Geodynamics position of many global cities puts latter areas are highly vulnerable to earthquake followed by tsunamis. In supporting its function as the main hub in social and economic and protecting environment, the employment of urban...
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Natural disasters continue to hit urban areas worldwide, undermining community resilience capacity. The combination of increasing precipitation because of climate change, sea level rise, and uncontrolled rapid urbanization bring greater risk of flooding impacts in urban areas. Such flooding has a disproportionate effect on the urban poor, who often...
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As the climate change affectingon coastal cities by increasing the intensity and frequency of climate related disasters such as flooding, sea level rise, drought etc., the need to explore other urban infrastructure strategies than conventional one is required. This alternative not only mitigate the impacts but also improve the urban climate resilie...
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The employment of structural equation modeling (SEM) in research has taken an increasing attention in among researchers in built environment. There is a gap to understand the attributes, application, and importance of this approach in data analysis in built environment study. This paper intends to provide fundamental comprehension of SEM method in...
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Tourism is one potential source of foreign exchange and have a larger share in building an economy that has a sale value into an object that is beneficial to the progress of Makassar. Tourist destinations that exist only in Makassar creates curiosity of visitors to visit. Visitors who come to invest accommodation all over the local tourism activiti...

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