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ОбложкаPlanning support systems and smart cities / ed. S.Geertman et al. - Cham: Springer, 2015. - xii, 512 p.: ill. - (Lecture notes in geoinformation and cartography). - Ind.: p.507-512. - Incl. bibl. ref. - ISBN 978-3-319-18367-1; ISSN 1863-2246
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1  Introduction to 'Planning Support Systems and Smart Cities' .. 1
   Stan Geertman, Joseph Ferreira, Jr., Robert Goodspeed and
   John Stillwell

Part I   Data Analytics
2  Development and Operation of Social Media GIS for Disaster
   Risk Management in Japan .................................... 21
   Kayoko Yamamoto
3  The Role of Social Media Geographic Information (SMGI)
   in Spatial Planning ......................................... 41
   Michele Campagna, Roberta Floris, Pierangelo Massa, 
   Anastacia Girsheva and Konstantin Ivanov
4  Data and Analytics for Neighborhood Development: Smart 
   Shrinkage Decision Modeling in Baltimore, Maryland .......... 61
   Michael P. Johnson, Justin B. Hollander and Eliza 
   Davenport Whiteman
5  Managing Crowds: The Possibilities and Limitations of 
   Crowd Information During Urban Mass Events .................. 77
   Lara-Britt Zomer, Winnie Daamen, Sebastiaan Meijer and 
   Serge Paul Hoogendoorn
6  Simulating Urban Resilience: Disasters, Dynamics and 
   (Synthetic) Data ............................................ 99
   A. Yair Grinberger, Michal Lichter and Daniel Felsenstein
7  Data Integration to Create Large-Scale Spatially Detailed
   Synthetic Populations ...................................... 121
   Yi Zhu and Joseph Ferreira, Jr.

Part II. Smart Cities
8  Smart Cities: Concepts, Perceptions and Lessons for
   Planners ................................................... 145
   Tuan-Yee Ching and Joseph Ferreira, Jr.
9  Who's Smart? Whose City? The Sociopolitics of Urban 
   Intelligence ............................................... 169
   Kian Goh
10 Knowledge-Mining the Australian Smart Grid Smart City 
   Data: A Statistical-Neural Approach to Demand-Response
   Analysis ................................................... 189
   Omid Motlagh, Greg Foliente and George Grozev
11 Urban Emotions: Benefits and Risks in Using Human Sensory
   Assessment for the Extraction of Contextual Emotion
   Information in Urban Planning .............................. 209
   Peter Zeile, Bernd Resch, Jan-Philipp Exner and Günther
   Sagl
12 Leveraging Cellphones for Wayfinding and Journey
   Planning in Semi-formal Bus Systems: Lessons from Digital
   Matatus in Nairobi ......................................... 227
   Jacqueline Klopp, Sarah Williams, Peter Waiganjo, Daniel
   Orwa and Adam White
13 The Australian Urban Intelligence Network Supporting
   Smart Cities ............................................... 243
   Christopher J. Pettit, John Barton, Xavier Goldie, 
   Richard Sinnott, Robert Stimson and Tom Kvan
14 Smart Governance, Collaborative Planning and Planning
   Support Systems: A Fruitful Triangle? ...................... 261
   Yanliu Lin and Stan Geertman

Part III. Planning Support Systems and Public Engagement
15 Sentient PSS for Smart Cities .............................. 281
   Brian Deal, Varkki Pallathucheril, Yong Wook Kim and 
   Haozhi Pan
16 Gaming, Urban Planning and Transportation Design Process ... 297
   Jayanth Raghothama and Sebastiaan Meijer
17 The Everyone City: How ICT-Based Participation Shapes
   Urban Form ................................................. 313
   Sara Levy, Karel Martens and Rob van der Heijden
18 Usability of Planning Support Systems: An Evaluation 
   Framework .................................................. 337
   Patrizia Russo, Maria Francesca Costabile, Rosa 
   Lanzilotti and Christopher J. Pettit
19 Facilitating PSS Workshops: A Conceptual Framework
   and Findings from Interviews with Facilitators ............. 355
   Peter Pelzer, Robert Goodspeed and Marco te Brömmelstroet

Part IV. Planning Support Systems: New Methods and Tools
20 Visualization Methods for Linking Scientific and Local
   Knowledge of Climate Change Impacts ........................ 373
   Scott N. Lieske, Kari Martin, Ben Grant and Claudia 
   Baldwin
21 Virtual Worlds as Support Tools for Public Engagement
   in Urban Design ............................................ 391
   Anja Jutraz and Tadeja Zupancic
22 Receding Embedded Assumptions: Adaptation of an Open 
   Source Tool to Support Sustainability, Transparency and
   Participatory Governance ................................... 409
   Jennifer S. Minner
23 Monitoring and Visualising Sub-national Migration Trends
   in the United Kingdom ...................................... 427
   John Stillwell, Nik Lomax and Nikola Sander
24 Urban Data and Building Energy Modeling: A GIS-Based 
   Urban Building Energy Modeling System Using the Urban-EPC
   Engine ..................................................... 447
   Steven Jige Quan, Qi Li, Godfried Augenbroe, Jason Brown 
   and Perry Pei-Ju Yang
25 MassDOT Real Time Traffic Management System ................ 471
   Russell Bond and Ammar Kanaan
26 Pragmatic Incremental or Courageous Leapfrog 
   [Re]Development of a Land-use and Transport Modelling
   System for Perth, Australia ................................ 489
   Sharon Biermann, Doina Olaru, John H.E. Taplin and 
   Michael A.P. Taylor

Index ......................................................... 507

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