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Modelling Urban Development with Geographical Information Systems and Cellular Automata

By: Yan Liu
240 pages, 51 black & white illustrations
Publisher: CRC Press
Modelling Urban Development with Geographical Information Systems and Cellular Automata
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Urban development and the migration from rural to urban areas are significant global phenomena. Various models aim to address these issues, especially cellular automata models. This book presents a simulation model of urban development based on cellular automata principles and provides theoretical context. The first part of the text supplies a practical review of modeling techniques in urban development research and develops a cellular automaton model incorporating fuzzy set and fuzzy logic approaches. The second part of the text implements this model in a GIS environment to simulate the process of urban development as applied to the metropolitan area of Sydney, Australia.

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Urban Development Modelling and Cellular Automata. Simulating Sydney's Urban Development Using the Cellular Automation and Incorporating Fuzzy Set Approaches in a GIS.

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National Institute of Education, Nanyang University, Singapo
By: Yan Liu
240 pages, 51 black & white illustrations
Publisher: CRC Press
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