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Sharing and disseminating knowledge of advanced spatial modeling. Presentation of an action carried out by the European research group s4 (spatial simulation for social sciences)

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The European research group S4 (Spatial simulation for social sciences) gathers researchers in geography as well as in geographical information sciences coming from about 30 European research centres. One action of the European research group S4 consists in sharing and disseminating knowledge of advanced spatial modelling. We propose here to describe several aspects of this action that are of interest considering the objectives of the CAENTI. The first aim of the action is to improve the diffusion of the results of the research in advanced spatial modelling, particularly in direction of regional and urban management and planning. The second aim is the development of tools and methods to improve coherence of knowledge and experiences that is especially required in those fields characterised by a rapidly developing research as it is the case for spatial systems analysis and modelling.
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halshs-01003259, version 1 (10-06-2014)

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Cécile Tannier. Sharing and disseminating knowledge of advanced spatial modeling. Presentation of an action carried out by the European research group s4 (spatial simulation for social sciences). International Conference of Territorial Intelligence, Sep 2006, Alba Iulia, Romania. pp.8. ⟨halshs-01003259⟩
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