Computers, Environment and Urban Systems
Comput Environ Urban Syst
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Computers, Environment and Urban Systems is an integrated, multi-disciplinary forum focused on the development, enhancement, and use of computer-based methodologies for understanding and improving environmental and urban systems. Original high quality, theoretical, technological, or applied scholarship provides the basis for a lively presentation of perspectives, research advances, overviews of important new technologies and uses, innovations in major computing efforts, and current book and software reviews. Theoretical papers focus on either the use of computer technology, or the scientific foundations of computer-based technology in the analysis and improvement of environmental and urban systems. Technology contributions include computer mapping, computer-aided design, data base design and development, desk top publishing, expert and knowledge engineering systems, geographic and land information systems, management information systems, and technological or application breakthroughs in main-frame and micro-based operating systems. Applied contributions clearly demonstrate how computer-based technology advances methodological competence in the analysis of, or policy recommendations in, environmental and urban systems.
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