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'Modelling the City' examines the changing role of urban models in respect to both the need to readdress measures of urban well-being and the perceived need to bring model outputs more in tune with key planning problems. The authors argue that whilst there has been substantial progress with a wide range of theoretical problems in urban modelling, modellers have not paid enough attention to the usefulness of their model outputs in terms of indicators which offer new insights into the workings of the city or region. 'Modelling the City' offers a 'new geography of performance indicators' for the public and private sector based on the principles of spatial interaction.

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Examines the changing role of urban models in relation to urban well-being and planning problems and offers a `new geography of performance indicators' for the public and private sector based on principles of spatial interaction.

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  • Product Details

    ISBN:
    9780203038390
    Publisher:
    Routledge
    Subject:
    Non-Classifiable : Non-Classifiable
    Edited by:
    Cristoforo Sergio Bertuglia
    Author:
    Clarke, G. P.
    Author:
    G. P. Clarke
    Author:
    Bertuglia, C. S.
    Author:
    Bertuglia, Cristoforo Sergio
    Author:
    Cristoforo Sergio Bertuglia
    Subject:
    Performance
    Subject:
    Urban policy
    Subject:
    City planning
    Subject:
    Economic indicators
    Subject:
    Social indicators
    Subject:
    Sociology - Urban
    Subject:
    Planning
    Subject:
    Sociology-Urban Studies
    Subject:
    main_subject
    Subject:
    all_subjects
    Publication Date:
    July 1994
    Binding:
    eBooks
    Language:
    English
    Pages:
    224

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    Young Adult » General

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    "Synopsis" by , Examines the changing role of urban models in relation to urban well-being and planning problems and offers a `new geography of performance indicators' for the public and private sector based on principles of spatial interaction.

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