R.Y.M. Li

R.Y.M. Li
shue yan university

BSc, PhD

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Introduction
Our SI ‘Artificial Intelligence and the City’ Journal of Urban Technology SSCI IF 5.15 will be open for submission soon. I'm an invited Frontiers in Environmental Sciences Associate Editor Q1 SSCI IF5.411. My papers appeared in J. of Enviro. Management SSCI IF8.91, Energy SCI IF8.857, Tech. Forecasting & Social Change SSCI IF10.884, Sustainable Production & Consumption SSCI IF 8.921, Energy Econ SSCI IF9.252, Safety Sci SSCI IF6.392. I was an invited Safety Science SI editor & other Q1 journals.
Additional affiliations
January 2014 - August 2015
Hong Kong Shue Yan University
Position
  • Director / Associate Professor
Position
  • Hong Kong Shue Yan University: Introduction to Economics / Principles of Economics Development Economics Global Financial Investment Introduction to Financial Derivatives Money and Banking Hong Kong Polytechnic University: Microeconomics The University of Hong Kong Real Estate and Construction Economics Urban Planning Surveying Studio

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Publications (261)
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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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This study explores how YouTube facilitates construction safety knowledge sharing. It contributes to knowledge by applying two-step flow theory, social network analysis, and semantic analysis to explore the video network and investigate how sentiment affects users' viewing and commenting behaviours. By conducting data mining and interactive visuali...
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Artificial intelligence (AI) deployment is exceedingly relevant to local governments, for example, in planning and delivering urban services. AI adoption in urban services, however, is an understudied area, particularly because there is limited knowledge and hence a research gap on the public's perceptions-users/receivers of these services. This st...
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The construction industry is one most hazardous industry, and construction hazard awareness is a major concern and vital at work. This paper compared 11829 construction safety and health hazard awareness Weibo microposts and 769 articles indexed in Web of Science (WoS) from 1900 to 2021. It compared different foci between academia and laypeople by...
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This paper explored the factors that affect housing prices as per Chinese articles indexed in the Chinese Science Citation Database. There were different foci regarding what drove housing prices in China in Chinese articles, and international journal articles in English and most previous English articles only threw light on international research....
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This article examines the impact of heterogeneous environmental regulations on urban green innovation using panel data from 285 prefecture-level cities in mainland China from 2008 to 2019. From the perspective of green patents, this article utilizes a twoway fixed-effect model and the mediation effect model to examine the mechanism of the impact of...
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In the COVID-19 pandemic, it is essential to transport medical supplies to specific locations accurately, safely, and promptly on time. The application of drones for medical supplies delivery can break ground traffic restrictions, shorten delivery time, and achieve the goal of contactless delivery to reduce the likelihood of contacting COVID-19 pat...
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Based on new policies and social changes, renewable energies have highly penetrated electrical systems, making the system more vulnerable than before. On the other hand, it leads to congestion and competition within the network. To this end, this paper developed a probabilistic multi-objective-based congestion management approach and applied it to...
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This book covers artificial intelligence and ubiquitous cities. It discusses the applications of the relevant tools in bringing revolutionary new lives to mankind. It showcases various applications of artificial intelligence in benefiting human society. For example, AI classification shortens the human time required for classifying court cases; hum...
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Recent research argues that robots could replace workers in dangerous work environments to reduce occupational injuries. However, robot development and usage in most developing countries remain at an infant stage, robots may increase the likelihood of occupational injuries due to conditions such as limited human capital and defects. By using a city...
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Housing research is one of the hot topics in many countries. This paper provides a quick review of the housing economics research in the US, Sweden, Latvia, China, Corsica, and Italy published in this special issue. Bao and Shah studied the effects of home-sharing platforms in general and the effects of the US’ Airbnb on neighbourhood rent. Wilhelm...
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To understand the social structure of English and French Tweets of occupational safety and their sentiment distributions, this study applied NodeXL and MeaningCloud to analyse 17147 English Tweets and 16618 French Tweets about “occupational safety” on Twitter. We found that French and English Twitter users who are interested in these topics did not...
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Artificial intelligence (AI) is a powerful technology with a range of capabilities, which are beginning to become apparent in all industries nowadays. The increased popularity of AI in the construction industry, however, is rather limited in comparison to other industry sectors. Moreover, despite AI being a hot topic in built environment research,...
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Sustainability has been increasingly advocated by the global construction industry due to the need to minimise the industry’s adverse impacts. An important area when focusing on sustainability is the issue of project management teams since they are involved from the project’s inception to its completion. Many studies have investigated and advocated...
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The construction industry contributes significantly to economic development worldwide, yet it is one of the most hazardous industries where numerous accidents and fatalities happen every year. Little research to date has shed light on the impact of economic development on construction safety research. In this paper, we conduct an analysis of constr...
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With the rapid development of artificial intelligence and upgrading of the Internet of things, mobile social networks have increasingly become an important social platform for the public to spread and share information, maintain relationships as social engagement. However, the disclosure of users' privacy information in mobile social networks has b...
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Artificial intelligence (AI) is a powerful technology that can be utilized throughout a construction project lifecycle. Transition to incorporate AI technologies in the construction industry has been delayed due to the lack of know-how and research. There is also a knowledge gap regarding how the public perceives AI technologies, their areas of app...
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Due to hectic city lives and the growing importance of health concerns, mountain tourism has become popular worldwide, increasing related research. The study obtained 1,413 mountain tourism journal articles via bibliometrics and identified the most influential journal articles, scholars and countries in mountain tourism research indexed in the Web...
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Medical image segmentation plays an important role in clinical diagnosis, quantitative analysis, and treatment process. Since 2015, U-Net-based approaches have been widely used for medical image segmentation. The purpose of the U-Net expansive path is to map low-resolution encoder feature maps to full input resolution feature maps. However, the con...
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As mountain-based health and wellness tourism increases, destination competitiveness becomes ever fiercer. The pre-visit expectations and post-visit perceptions of tourists and the tourists’ behavioral intentions are related to the competitiveness of mountain-based health and wellness tourist destinations. Using structural equation modeling (SEM),...
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In this study, the root sources contributing to the urban heat island (UHI) effect between megacities, such as Hong Kong and Shenzhen, were integrated and compared using satellite remote sensing data. Classification and multilayer perceptron regression tree (CARTMLP) algorithms were used to classify land use. The radiative transfer equation method...
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Strict policy control and real estate market downturn affects large-scale real estate enterprises performance. We surveyed large Chinese real estate enterprises and the internal factors that affect their competitiveness. Verified by the hierarchical regression and structural equation modelling approach, the results mainly show that profitability, c...
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Hong Kong is a metropolitan city. Owing to its historical background as a former British colony, it is characterised by a mixture of Chinese and Western cultures. While most housing estates' names are bilingual in Chinese and English, many recent large scale housing estates have an English name only. Do housing estates with an English name only ass...
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Many studies show that unsafe behavior is the main cause of construction accidents. Safety education and training are effective means to minimise people’s unsafe behaviors. Apart from traditional face-to-face construction knowledge sharing, social media is a good tool because it is convenient, efficient, and widely used. We applied both social netw...
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The rapid progress of facial recognition technology (FRT), aided by technological advancements in artificial intelligence, is transforming urban life. However, FRT also presents challenges and imposes urban safety risks, such as cybersecurity threats and privacy concerns. Considering the importance of FRT as smart urban safety technology, this stud...
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The rapid development of society and economy has imposed insurmountable pressure on the urban population, and many people suffer from sub-health conditions. Kangyang tourism (KT), which combines the concepts of health preservation, ecological resources, and tourism activities, has developed rapidly in China since the concept was first introduced. A...
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Hydraulic climbing formwork technology is widely used in large-scale construction projects in my country because of its high efficiency. However, as the scale of the project becomes larger, the shortcomings of hydraulic climbing formwork are exposed. Due to the inconsistent manufacturing precision of hydraulic components and the uneven load of the...
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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 rapid industrialization and modernization of the People's Republic of China's economy have significantly aggravated the nation's carbon emission-induced climate change adversities. Under this premise, this study attempts to analyze the roles of green investments and other key macroeconomic aggregates in reducing carbon emissions in 30 provinces...
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Precast composite slabs are an essential component in concrete-prefabricated buildings. At present, there are problems such as overweightedness and imperfect test for quality and structural performance of the precast floors, leading to restriction in the development of prefabricated buildings. In this study, by using industrial solid-waste high-tit...
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After the Paris Climate Conference (Conference of the Paris COP: 21), most developing countries face challenges to attain a sustainable economy and carbon neutrality targets with minimum CO2 emission. The next eleven (N-11) economies are in line with the global phenomena of environmental degradation; very few studies have analyzed the effects of gr...
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In the past, economic models and empirical evidence have extensively examined the possible determinants of technological innovation. However, researchers did not give much importance to the relationship between fiscal decentralization and technological innovation. Therefore, this study examines the effects of fiscal decentralization on technologica...
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Collection and transportation of solid waste are costly for municipal budgets. This study challenges the use of existing administrative boundaries in waste management applications. By reducing the spread (standard deviation) of parameters (landfills, populated places, and roads), efficient and practical waste management regions are created. A novel...
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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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The provision of sustainable houses for the multitudes in developing nations has been a priority over the years. Numerous ecological issues, such as the use of unsustainable construction materials and non-economical building materials, are necessitating the search for improved and economical alternatives in housing delivery. As a result of research...
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Editorial: Recent Advances in 2020 2nd International Symposium on Big Data and Artificial Intelligence
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Since the role of fiscal decentralization cannot be overlooked in tracking sustainable development goals targets of a clean environment and climate mitigation, it is inevitable to understand the comprehensive picture of its link with environmental quality. Unlike past studies, this study investigates the combined influence of energy prices and non-...
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We argue that environmental legislation and regulation of more developed countries reflects significantly their moral values, but in less developed countries it differs significantly from their moral values. We examined this topic by using the keywords “sustainability” and “sustainable development”, studying web pages and articles published between...
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Inventory management is complex nonlinear systems that are affected by various external factors, including course human action and policy. We study the inventory management model under special circumstances and analyse the equilibrium point of the system. The dynamics of the system is analysed by means of the eigenvalue trajectory, bifurcations, ch...
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A major issue is whether the implementation of China's green credit policy will affect the 15 coordinated development of corporate sustainable operations and environmental protection. This 16 paper used a propensity score matching-difference-indifferences model (PSM-DID) model to an-17 alyse the impact of China's green credit policy implemented in...
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The urbanization problems we face may be alleviated using innovative digital technology. However, employing these technologies entails the risk of creating new urban problems and/or intensifying the old ones instead of alleviating them. Hence, in a world with immense technological opportunities and at the same time enormous urbanization challenges,...
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The provision of sustainable houses for the multitudes in developing nations has been a priority over the years. Numerous ecological issues, such as the use of unsustainable construction materials and noneconomical building materials, are necessitating the search for improved and economical alternatives in housing delivery. As a result of research...
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With the spread of COVID-19, many countries have issued different policies and regulations on wearing masks to prevent the pandemic spread. While wearing surgical masks is a major way to prevent COVID-19 in Asian countries, it is controversial in the western world. French nations were sceptical on wearing masks as it is associated with religion fre...
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The 2020 2nd International Symposium on Big Data and Artificial Intelligence was held in Johannesburg, South Africa, from October 15 - 16, 2020. It was organized by IETI, IDSAI, the University of Johannesburg (South Africa) and JRFM, with joint support from the Real Estate and Economics Research Lab of Hong Kong Shue Yan University, the Sustainable...
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ssemination and development of information has occurred, and this has had a positive impact on audiences. Research on the integration and develop-ment of traditional media with new media is recent, and has been focused, across the world, on the educational context. This study most specifically looks at art education. Or art teachers in further and...
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The current expansion of national colleges and universities or the increase in the number of enrolments requires teaching management to ensure the quality of teaching. The problem of scheduling is a very complicated prob-lem in teaching management, and there are many restrictions. If the number of courses scheduled is large, it will be necessary to...
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Under many circumstances, scholars need to identify new research directions by going through many different databases to identify the research gap and identify areas which have not yet been studied thus far. Checking all the electronic databases is tiresome, and one often misses the important pieces. In this paper, we propose to shorten the time re...
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Global warming has become a major environmental concern in recent years. It is believed that urban heat island issues have caused health problems and thus we aim to investigate the impact of the heat island effect on housing prices by studying Whampoa Garden – one of the largest trading volume housing estates in Hong Kong. Landsat 8, an advance sat...
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The advances in globalisation and technology have had significant impacts on the work environment, as they make various jobs more dynamic and fast-paced. Changing technologies such as digital transformation and automation require employees to adapt to new ways of working. To prevent the resistance to change, adaptive employees have become essential...
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Recently, various ubiquitous technological advancements have benefitted knowledge sharing in different sectors. As there is a close relationship between safety knowledge and awareness, this paper examines the use of Web 2.0, Internet of Things (IoT) and mobile applications in construction safety knowledge sharing for enhancing safety awareness at w...
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In this paper, a new type of basalt fiber high strength and high titanium heavy slag concrete (hereinafter referred to as "BFHSHTHSC") is developed. It can be used to make fabricated composite beams and slabs to reduce the likelihood of crack in concrete. Thus, it can be widely used in fabricated construction projects in the future. In view of the...
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The initial outbreak of Covid-19 in Wuhan was the one most serious amongst all cities worldwide. While the covid19 pandemic is still extremely serious almost a year after the initial outbreak in China, we lack consensus on ideal non-therapeutic approaches to deal with the problem until vaccination becomes universally available. This article reviews...
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From the perspective of historical evolution, marketing strategy theory has experienced the evolution of 4P, 4C, 4R, and 4V, and the definition of marketing strategy has been continuously enriched and improved. The article mainly analyzes the marketing models of PEST, STP and SWOT, and the content is divided into six parts. The first section summar...
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Artificial intelligence (AI) is a powerful technology with an increasing popularity and applications in areas ranging from marketing to banking and finance, from agriculture to healthcare and security, from space exploration to robotics and transport, and from chatbots to artificial creativity and manufacturing. Although many of these areas closely...
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The debate regarding whether fiscal decentralization can effectively mitigate carbon dioxide (CO 2) emissions has gained increasing attention, although there is little empirical evidence to support this issue. To provide empirical evidence in support of the theoretical argument, this study investigates the impact of fiscal decentralization on CO 2...
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In this study, activated carbon (AC) from coconut shell, as a widely available agricultural waste, was synthesised in a simple one-step procedure and used to produce a magnetic Fe 3 O 4 /AC/TiO 2 nano-catalyst for the degradation of methylene blue (MB) dye under UV light. Scanning electron microscopy revealed that TiO 2 nanoparticles, with an avera...