Category Archives: Urban (LUTI) Models

CAMUSS: Cellular Automata Modelling for Urban Spatial Systems

TweetThis interesting meeting is being held in Oporto, Portugal and involves a reassessment of progress and problems in this field of simulation. I am giving the keynote at 2-30pm November 8th -19th and the pdf of my power point can … Continue reading

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Spatial Interaction

Tweet Nothing like a lecture course to force you to publish digital copies of what one has written. Retrieved a 2 page article, more an entry, on spatial interaction from the Encyclopaedia of Geographic Information Science edited by Karen Kemp, … Continue reading

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Simulating Employment Location

TweetAs part of our ARCADIA project, we are taking employment forecasts for different sectors from Cambridge Econometrics input-output model, and then simulating location using two-stage regression. This in turn provides the inputs to our LUTI models. There is detail of the … Continue reading

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Smarter Cities

Tweet Use the Player Bar above for Audio. A Webinar to the Urban Systems Collaborative organized by the IBM Smart Cities Group in Armonk, NY focusing on CASA’s work on tracking, measuring, modeling and visualizing city systems. For a glance at the … Continue reading

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Is Digital Simulation the Same as Physical Experimentation?

Tweet Simulation models test theories against data we cannot reproduce in the physical environment their theory relates to. We cannot experiment on the real thing. But how different are simulations from experiments? In Science in Age of Computer Simulation, Winsberg … Continue reading

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