Sancar, F. H. with S. Allenstein, "System Dynamics Simulation of Spatial Character,", 1989

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System Dynamics modeling has been applied to regional, urban, and community problem solving where critical policies are concerned with land-use controls. Representation of change in the spatial distribution and physical appearances of various activities have traditionally been achieved by modeling these as transfers between relatively homogeneous sub-area sectors. Due to lack of capabilities for direct representation of System Dynamics modeling has received little attention in environmental and city planning practice. In this paper, we describe the main components of a methodology to make System Dynamics modeling more integral in planning and design for community development, also including spatial representation.

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