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Title: Integrating Geographic Information Systems and Agent-Based Modeling Techniques for Simulating Social and Ecological Processes
Authors: Gimblett, H. Randy
Keywords: Human geography—Mathematical models
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: Oxford
Description: In March of 1998, with sponsorship from Intel Corporation, the Santa Fe Institute (SFI) hosted a workshop entitled "Integrating Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Multi-Agent Modeling Techniques" to which a small group of computer scientists, geographers, landscape architects, biologists, anthropologists, social scientists, and ecologists were invited. Presentations of invitees related to the workshop theme were undertaken to help form a set of coherent, cross-referenced perspectives on incorporating the spatial representation and analytical power provided by researchers employing the use of GIS with those developing agent-based technologies to dynamically simulate evolutionary and nonlinear phenomena
URI: http://10.6.20.12:80/handle/123456789/50198
ISBN: 0-19-514337-X
Appears in Collections:Geographical Information Systems

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