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Couplage simple entre système d'information géographique et modèle multi-agents pour simuler l’impact des politiques publiques sur les dynamiques du paysage


  • Annie Hofstetter
  • Robert Lifran


Cet article traite l'aspect technique d'un couplage simple entre un système d'information géographique et un système multi-agents. Pour situer le contexte, nous faisons le point sur les données disponibles et le projet afin de comprendre pourquoi vouloir utiliser un fond cadastral dans un système de simulation. Ensuite nous abordons la réalité du couplage à travers la phase d'initialisation du modèle multi-agents, en prenant quelques exemples de traitements spécifiques tels que le voisinage des entités spatiales élémentaires.

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  • Annie Hofstetter & Robert Lifran, 2009. "Couplage simple entre système d'information géographique et modèle multi-agents pour simuler l’impact des politiques publiques sur les dynamiques du paysage," Studies and Syntheses 09-02, LAMETA, Universtiy of Montpellier, revised Dec 2009.
  • Handle: RePEc:lam:estudy:09-02

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    1. Elodie Brahic, 2010. "Which instruments to preserve forest biodiversity?," Studies and Syntheses 10-02, LAMETA, Universtiy of Montpellier, revised Oct 2010.

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