Tag Archive: Models

Satellite Meeting at ECCS 2012: Complexity in Spatial Dynamics

Satellite Meeting: Complexity in Spatial Dynamics (COSMIC) Location: Brussels, 5th of September 2012 Organizers: Peter Nijkamp, Michael Batty, Stewart Fotheringham, and Emmanouil Tranos Background New bottom up, digital data collected for entire populations, has started being utilised in urban science …

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Exploring the Historical Determinants of Urban Growth Patterns through Cellular Automata


Kiril Stanilov has adapted RIKS METRONAMICA, an established cellular automata (CA) modelling system, to simulate the historical growth of a section of a large world city. The focus is on simulating change from the late 19th century until the modern …

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Running Spatial Interaction Models in JAVA


Overview Recently we have been developing a Java based set of software components for the field of land use transportation modeling. The system has being designed for integrating various open source tools for the rapid assessment of urban futures. We …

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Visualising Public Transport Networks

With the increasingly widespread availability of transport data, we can now visualise and explore new dynamic geographies of urban transport flows and networks. In this post, I show detailed animations of UK multi-modal public transport networks using timetable data. This …

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