3 edition of Spatial data infrastructure for sustainable urban regeneration found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[edited by] Y. Sadahiro.|
|Series||cSUR-UT series: library for sustainable urban regeneration -- 5|
|Contributions||Sadahiro, Yukio, 1966-|
|LC Classifications||HT170 .S64 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 166 p. :|
|Number of Pages||166|
|ISBN 10||9784431740964, 9784431740971|
|LC Control Number||2008923059|
This perspective studies the extent of the geographic, spatial, and economic phenomena that determine both urban analysis and the formulation and implementation of regional and urban spatial policies, including development, regeneration, housing and property markets, urban livability, and future urban form (Madanipour, Hull, and Healey ). French’s teaching and research activities focus on sustainable urban development, land use planning, GIS applications, and natural hazard risk assessment. In addition to his administrative assignments, Professor French has regularly taught graduate courses in land use, planning, and GIS.
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This book represents part of the result of a project undertaken by the C- ter for Sustainable Urban Regeneration (cSUR). The center was est- lished in by a research fund titled the 21st Century Center of Exc- lence (COE) Program provided by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of : Y.
Sadahiro. The objective of the center is to create an integrated approach to, and knowledge for, sustainable urban regeneration based on a global network of researchers and professionals; and to coordinate an international research alliance that consists of leading academic institutions worldwide.
This book represents part of the result of a project undertaken by the C- ter for Sustainable Urban Regeneration (cSUR). The center was est- lished in by a research fund titled the 21st Century Center of Exc- lence (COE) Program provided by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan.
The objective of the center is to create an integrated approach to, and knowledge for, sustainable urban regeneration based on a global network of researchers and professionals and to coordinate an international research alliance that consists of leading academic institutions worldwide.
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4 Fujino, Yozo, Noguchi, Takafumi (Eds.) Book Description. GIS for Sustainable Development examines how GIS applications can improve collaboration in Spatial data infrastructure for sustainable urban regeneration book making among those involved in promoting sustainable development.
This volume reviews leading GIScience, providing an overview of research topics and applications that enable GIS newcomers and professionals to apply GIScience methods to sustainable spatial. Against this background, the Urban Stock Management Research Group in the Center for Sustainable Urban Regeneration (cSUR) at the University of Tokyo has conducted research to develop integrated methods to maintain existing urban assets and to conserve the cultural/social context of urban environments.
Spatial data infrastructure for urban regeneration. [Yukio Sadahiro;] -- This book represents part of the result of a project undertaken by the C- ter for Sustainable Urban Regeneration (cSUR).
The center was est- lished in by a research fund titled the 21st Century. to spatial data and image files in digital format. These are integrated into an urban and regional information infrastructure that can create, manage, analyze, and visualize digital spatial data.
Chapter 2 proposes a new method for constructing three-dimensional spatial data. Such data are essential in urban analysis and simulation. Effi. Spatial Data Urban Regeneration Route Choice Hedonic Price Information Infrastructure These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by: 1.
GIS is used today to better understand and solve urban problems. This book explores and illustrates the use of geo-information in the planning and management of urban : Michele Campagna. Therefore, urban regeneration projects have to be transparent, comprehensible and acceptable for all actors in the projects.
In order to understand the urban regeneration process, the legislation and projects of different municipalities in Istanbul have been analyzed.
While some steps of it are spatial data demanding, others relate to land : E. Candas, J. Flacke, T. Yomralioglu. GIS for Sustainable Development examines how GIS applications can improve collaboration in decision making among those involved in promoting sustainable development.
This volume reviews leading GIScience, providing an overview of research topics and applications that enable GIS newcomers and professionals to apply GIScience methods to sustaCited by: Through the publication of this book, the Global Spatial Data Infrastructure (GSDI) Legal and Economic Working Group provides a communication channel and an organized understanding of a sampling of policy and legal frameworks for the development of spatial data infrastructures.
Hence, green infrastructure planning should be the first step in urban land-use planning and design process . In this paper, a GIS-based green infrastructure planning method coordinated with the ecological connectivity evaluation was applied into the future land conservation and development by: Challenges In the UNECE region are: –sustainable land administration and land use, –access to land and security of tenure, –improved spatial planning policies, –better urban environmental performance –and strengthening social cohesion in cities.
The Committee on Housing and Land Management and the Working Party on Land Administration are the UNECE. this paper is to propose a spatial data infrastructure model for urban regeneration projects.
In order to understand the process, the legislation and projects of different municipalities in Turkey have been analysed. Fundamental phases of the UR process are defined, and particularly spatial-data demanding steps are identified.
Green infrastructure for cities: The spatial dimension. Ahern. University of Massachusetts, Amherst MAUSA E-mail: [email protected] Summary: Planning for sustainable cities is a complex process addressing the fundamental areas of economic, environmental and socially-equitable Size: KB. Such design of our living spaces takes place on various different scales within the context of spatial planning processes and infrastructure.
Every planning process offers the opportunity to integrate sustainable development in a structured and systematic manner.
Urban infrastructure (UI), by itself, is a multifaceted concept that goes beyond a set of engineered facilities, utilities, and systems. It is equally a place for local governance, intertwining issues of economic growth, climate change, and municipal by: He authored the first and second editions of Building European Spatial Data Infrastructures (Esri Press).
Joep Crompvoets is a professor at KU Leuven Public Governance Institute (Belgium) and secretary-general of EuroSDR—a European spatial data research network linking national mapping agencies with research institutes and Cited by: Most urban planning monitoring activities were designed to monitor implementation of aggregated sectors from different initiatives into practical and measurable indicators.
Today, cities utilize spatial information in monitoring and evaluating urban planning implementation for not only national or local goals but also for the Agenda of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).Author: Agung Indrajit, Bastiaan Van Loenen, Peter Van Oosterom.
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The objective of this study was to illustrate the urban flood resilience and sustainability improvement potential by integration of decentralized water management systems in sustainable urban regeneration projects.
This paper discusses sustainable and resilient urban regeneration potentials using the example of an industrial compound (ICs) conversion in. Spatial Data Infrastructure for Urban Regeneration (English) Hardcover Book Free Spatial Data Infrastructure $ Data for Infrastructure Spatial Urban New Y by Regeneration Sadahiro: Sadahiro: Regeneration by Data Urban New for Y Spatial Infrastructure.
This book is the result of a collaborative initiative between the Global Spatial Data Infrastructure Association (GSDI), the School of Computing and Information Science at the University of Maine, and the Centre for SDIs and Land Administration (CSDILA) in the Department of Infrastructure Engineering at the University of Melbourne.
Esri Press publishes books and tutorials on GIS, cartography, and the application of spatial analysis. All publications are available to purchase online and include topics that cover many areas of public and private endeavor including land-use planning, health care, education, business, government, and science.
Nepal: Urban Growth and Spatial Transition carries out an initial assessment of Nepal's urban growth and spatial transformation, with a focus on spatial demographic and economic trends, economic growth drivers and infrastructure requirements of Nepal's urban regions.
The book notes that Nepal is the fastest urbanizing country in South Asia. a critical review of recent studies on sustainable urban renewal over the period to The review focuses on the planning sub-system and the social sub-system of urban renewal in terms of the evaluation of sustainability.
The complexity of achieving sustainable urban renewal is emphasized and discussed. Globally, over 50% of the population lives in urban areas today. Bythe world's urban population will increase by times to 6 billion. City leaders must move quickly to plan for growth and provide the basic services, infrastructure, and affordable housing their expanding populations need.
Urban Development Home. World Urban Forum. Spatial Data Infrastructure and Sustainable Development in the context of Nepal The 20th UNRCC-AP and the 4th UN-GGIM-AP October │Jeju Island, Republic of Korea Krishna Raj BC Executive Director Land Management Training Centre, Ministry of Land Reform and Management, Nepal 7 October, Email: [email protected] Urban Environment Quality in the Italian Spatial Data Infrastructure: /ch Public access to environmental information is granted by international law.
The European Community has established an Infrastructure for Spatial InformationAuthor: L. Congedo, F. Baiocco, S. Brini, L. Liberti, M. Munafò. A critical dimension of the search for sustainable urban form is the need to accommodate urban population growth whilst at the same time ensuring the integrity of natural systems.
Incorporating Green Infrastructure (GI) planning into the process of Urban Regeneration (UR) potentially offers a new way of addressing the challenges of sustainable urban : Ting-I. Lee. Building Spatial Data Infrastructures for Spatial Planning in Africa: Lagos experience 1. Building Spatial Data Infrastructure for Spatial Planning in African Cities: The Lagos Experience Samuel Dekolo Prof.
Leke Oduwaye Department of Urban and Regional Planning University of Lagos, Nigeria Being a Presentation at the 3rd International Conference of Urban. His research focus is on sustainable urban development, socio-technical innovation and urban transition studies, sustainable consumption and low carbon living, green economy transition, urban experimentation and performance assessment [via iHUB national network], and greyfield precinct regeneration.
Two infrastructures in particular facilitate the use of geographic data: spatial data and telecommunications infrastructures. This chapter begins by describing and illustrating national and global spatial data infrastructures. 1 To realize the full potential of a spatial data infrastructure (SDI) requires a telecommunications infrastructure that eases access, use, and sharing of.
Sadahiro, Y., E. Shimizu, and T. Fuse (): Visualization of Historical Data in Tokyo, in Spatial Data Infrastructure for Urban Regeneration, edited by Y. Sadahiro (Springer), Sadahiro, Y., T. Tominaga, ans S. Sadahiro (): Evaluation of School Redistricting by the School Family System, in GIS-Based Studies in the Humanities and.
SPATIAL CONSIDERATIONS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF URBAN POLICY IN SOUTH AFRICA: A RESEARCH PAPER AS INPUT INTO THE PREPARATION OF THE INTEGRATED URBAN DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK (IUDF) Philip Harrison & Alison Todes1 1.
Introduction This research report is a contribution to the preparation of an Integrated Urban Development File Size: 1MB.Urban Development Recommendations for the Government of India 5 Executive Summary India’s urban population of million makes it the second-largest urban community in the world.
Yet, the urbanization ratio (32%) is still low. Overall, the provision of basic urban services is poor. Total investments of at least $ billion.As discussed above, planning control for urban sprawl in both developing and developed countries is important in achieving sustainable urban form." Cited from the first chapter in a book edited by SPSD community, which is " Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development .