• Lena Hallin-Pihlatie
The development of cellular automata-based land-use models, the increasing availability of good-quality geographical land-use data and the growing need for integrating spatial scenarios in decision-making, are surrounded with technological opportunities and challenges. Present land-use models have been criticized for not being based on empirical studies regarding land-use dynamics and actual land-use change. In this project, the role and components of neighbourhood interaction is explored from a land-use modelling perspective. The conceptual understanding of neighbourhood interaction is turned into practical knowledge by developing a programme for empirical quantification of neighbourhood interaction using existing land-use data and GIS.
Antal sider72
Udgivende institutionAalborg University
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