Literature Review on Suitability Monitoring of Emerging Technology Transfer for Sustainable Development

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Based on literature review from both perspectives between emerging technology transfer and sustainable development, this paper conducts a study on identifying some fundamental components and approaches. The research results are significantly important for further modeling on suitability monitoring related with emerging technology transfer, as well as extending research scope on suitability monitoring modeling.

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D.L. Liu, X.B. Zhu, K.L. Xu and D.M. Fang

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X. Z. Feng and M. Li, "Literature Review on Suitability Monitoring of Emerging Technology Transfer for Sustainable Development", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 513-517, pp. 867-870, 2014

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