|Title:||Information Systems for Urban Planning|
|Other Titles:||A hypermedia co-operative approach|
|Keywords:||City planning—Data processing|
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Description:||The scope of this book will be to give the readers—urban planners, students in urban planning, even computer scientists—a fresh approach. This book is not ‘yet another GIS book’, but is rather intended to renew urban planning based on computers. This is not a novel version of big brother but totally the contrary. Computers can help city-dwellers to extend their freedom, to impose their views to urban planners, to share their opinions about the future. In other words, computers must really be liberating tools, not freedom-killing tools. (Refer to the chapters on groupware or on public participation.)|
|Appears in Collections:||Geographical Information Systems|
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