Simulation fractale d'urbanisation. MUP-city, un modèle multi-échelle pour localiser de nouvelles implantations résidentielles

Abstract : The paper presents the prototype of a planning support system (PSS), which helps to determine where to locate new residential developments without increasing negative effects of urban sprawl, in particular the length and number of journeys by car, and fragmentation of built-up areas and open spaces. The PSS, called MUP-City, is based on a fractal multi-scale modeling approach and takes into account local accessibility to some urban and rural amenities. On the Northern part of the urban area of Besançon (France), two series of scenarios of urban development have been generated using MUP-City. The first series allows the assessment of the stability of the model with respect to variations of some crucial parameters. The second series of scenarios serves as basis for exploring positive and negative aspects of a multi-scale versus single-scale modeling.
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Cécile Tannier, Gilles Vuidel, Pierre Frankhauser, Hélène Houot. Simulation fractale d'urbanisation. MUP-city, un modèle multi-échelle pour localiser de nouvelles implantations résidentielles. Revue Internationale de Géomatique, Lavoisier, 2010, 20 (3), pp.303-329. ⟨10.3166/RIG.20.303-329⟩. ⟨hal-00860260⟩

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