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Influence of network metrics in urban simulation: introducing accessibility in graph-cellular automata.

Abstract : We propose a new approach of cellular automata models, based on a graph frame, which allows the modelling of irregular and dynamic neighbourhood of spatial entities. The Remus model permits the computation of a graph representing the buildings and the transportation network (the urban graph), and thus the calculation of the network distance-time between buildings. This model allows the extraction of various graphs, including the functional graph of the network-time-distances between buildings, and the neighbourhood-relationships graph which represents the network-neighbourhoods according to a certain time-distance-threshold and a given transportation mode.
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Dominique Badariotti, Arnaud Banos, Diego Moreno. Influence of network metrics in urban simulation: introducing accessibility in graph-cellular automata.. 15TH European Colloquium on Theoretical and Quantitative Geography, Sep 2007, France. pp.4. ⟨halshs-00264319⟩

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