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OBEUS: Object-Based Environment for Urban Simulations

OBEUS: Object-Based Environment for Urban Simulations,Itzhak Benenson,Shai Aronovich,Saar Noam

OBEUS: Object-Based Environment for Urban Simulations   (Citations: 6)
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What make City different from the other Multi-Object Systems (MOS) are the inherently spatial relationships between the objects. For example, an important component of landowners' estimate of real estate value is the potential for development of the estate's neighborhood. Consequently, a landowner's decision to change the usage of a parcel strongly depends on the land uses of the neighboring parcels. By the same token, householder migration and decisions depend not only on the properties of the real estate and the family's economical abilities, but also on the properties of the physical and human environments at current and potential locations. For both landowner and householder the neighborhood in vicinity of the location and (quite vaguely defined) wider neighborhoods are important for making commercial or residential decisions.
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    • ...Object-Based Environment for Urban Simulation, OBEUS6, has been developed as a simplest implementation of geographic automata systems in .Net [9, 10]...

    Yun Hui Wuet al. Peer-to-Peer Shared Ride Systems

    • ...This paper builds on discussions of urban geocomputation (Benenson & Omer 2000; Torrens & O'Sullivan 2000) and software environments for geocomputational research in urban contexts (Benenson et al. 2001), which were presented at previous Geocomputation meetings...
    • ...A software implementation of GAS for urban modeling—Object-Based Environment for Urban Simulation (OBEUS)—is currently in development at the Environment Simulation Laboratory of the University of Tel Aviv, and an initial version was presented at the previous GeoComputation conference (Benenson et al. 2001)...

    Itzhak Benensonet al. Geographic Automata Systems: A New Paradigm for Integrating GIS and Ge...

    • ...has been developed as a simplest implementation of geographic automata systems in .Net [2, 3]. It is designed for urban processes and built in a cellular automata model with transition rules in form of functions...

    Yun Hui Wuet al. Types of Agents in Peer-to-Peer Shared Ride Systems

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