Li Meng

Li Meng
University of South Australia | UniSA · School of Natural and Built Environments

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Incorporating the user’s and the broader community’s values in the built environment design for placemaking is becoming essential. The proposed method applies a quality function deployment (QFD) framework to assess campus accessibility and functionality to meet the users’ needs. The results showed the improvements required to the current campus des...
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Cycling has been promoted as a healthy, economical, and environmentally friendly mode of travel; however, its use has been hampered by a lack of safe infrastructure. This study revisits the political economy theorems of Adam Smith, Joseph Stiglitz, and Ronald Coase, to better guide government investment decisions on cycling infrastructure and to il...
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Opportunities exist for forestry companies to vertically integrate operations to include both forest estate management and timber processing. However, forest supply chains have traditionally functioned in a decoupled manner where forest operations and timber processing are uncoordinated in their planning and operation, leading to sub-optimal supply...
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Inadequate wastewater management is a major source of water pollution, which poses a threat to human health, as well as to the natural environment. Thus, reducing wastewater is a major task in many countries. Sustainable wastewater management refers to a systematic solution that effectively manages the wastewater from different communities. Most co...
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The internet of things (IoT) and social media provide information related to disasters that could help businesses to strategically mitigate risks and optimize their supply chain during difficult times. This paper proposes a framework to show how business or supply chain enterprisers can collaborate with community and government in disaster supply c...
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Transit-oriented development (TOD) housing aims to provide housing in locations with good public transportation network, and where residents can work, study and pursue leisure nearby. With this goal, TOD housing could create a more sustainable and time-saving living environment. However, a controversy then arises as these benefits may mean that TOD...
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Inadequate wastewater management is a major source of water pollution, which poses a threat to human health, as well as to the natural environment. Thus, reducing wastewater is a major task in many countries. Sustainable wastewater management refers to a systematic solution that effectively manages the wastewater from different communities. Most co...
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Urban mobility options have increased in recent years, assisted by the widespread availability of smart device software apps, geo-positioning technology, and convenient electronic financial transactions. Multi-modal shared mobility consists of public transit systems and shared mobilities that support first/last mile travel, denoting the capability...
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Cognitive psychologists believe human error is the result of one or multiple catastrophes in three stages of the cognition process, namely hazard perception, recognition and decision making. Endsley’s situation awareness theory proposed that when a person encounters a treacherous situation, precise and speedy decision making comprises matching or p...
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As per existentialism, what makes a belief justified in this sense lies in the possession of evidence. Thus, perceptual experiences are a source of justification as we are justified in trusting them to be reliable. The compromise position suggests that it is never a perceptual experience by itself that justifies a perceptual belief, but only when i...
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Promoting bicycle travel in a city where people are used to driving private cars is a difficult task. Safety is a major factor discouraging people from cycling and it needs to be addressed in order to achieve any significant mode shifts away from private cars. One suggestion that has been put forward to improve the safety of cyclists is to provide...
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The market in general considers that Brexit is causing problems for the UK, EU and other countries. We, therefore, analyse its impact and the future relationship between the UK and the EU from three perspectives: economic growth, trade relations and the property market. The literature shows that Brexit will affect the trade partnership between the...
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A lack of integration in transport and land use modelling systems has been a major handicap for strategic planning operations in many cities; hence there is a need for a more interactive , flexible and accurate system that can meet various sustainable planning objectives. This chapter discusses the theoretical development of the relationship betwee...
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This paper applies and combines Latent Class discrete choice models and GIS models to analyse travel and residential location choice behaviour in a metropolitan rail corridor. The Latent Class models reveal the factors influencing residents’ choices and behaviour. The GIS model indicates future travel demand needs and patterns. The combined model d...
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The design, location and materials of housings affect its sustainable operation performance. The South Australian government in recent times has promoted middle to high-rise apartments in preference to the traditional detached house style in metropolitan Adelaide to minimise household energy consumption. Nevertheless, change in style has limited su...
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Transit-oriented development (TOD), with a focus on rail corridor transport provisions with implications for urban planning, has the potential to reduce tensions of the energy crisis and global warming. Increasing rail frequency and developing higher density residential areas around railway stations may not, however, be enough to increase rail patr...
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Stated preference experiment design for discrete choice modelling has been recognised as an important yet difficult task with regard to the selection of choice alternatives, attributes and their levels. This paper illustrates techniques for stated preference experiment design and data application in discrete choice modelling for transit-oriented de...

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