"LTDB : a long term database application”
ESPON project 3.2 Spatial Scenarios and Orientations in relation to the ESDP and Cohesion Policy

Abstract : Not really a tool for prospective research as such, the Long-Term Database (LTDB) is nonetheless an important pre-condition for such research. In order to be able to project into the future, one must dispose of long-term information concerning the past. The Long-Term Database is an application designed to fulfill two main purposes:
– The LTDB should provide a framework for long-term storage of thematic and geometric data for territorial units
- The LTDB should provide a framework for a reliable estimation of missing indicator values
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Joël Boulier, Jérôme Gensel, Claude Grasland, Marlène Villanova-Oliver. "LTDB : a long term database application”
ESPON project 3.2 Spatial Scenarios and Orientations in relation to the ESDP and Cohesion Policy. 2007. ⟨halshs-00277604⟩

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