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The urban development process is a continuous and dynamic spatio-temporal phenomenon associated with economic developments and growing populations. Understanding urban expansion processes require models capable of simulating, monitoring, and predicting both urban growth and urban sprawl. In this...
Compared to the urban sprawl in western countries, China’s version varies, although it retains a dispersed development pattern, which is an important feature. A new framework is provided in this paper to allow for a deeper understanding of China’s spatio-temporal sprawl patterns along its urban...
This research evaluates the effectiveness of a dual-rate property tax on moderating sprawl, focusing particularly on how land-development decisions accumulate over space and affect changes in spatial patterns of development. A spatial process model of landowners’ conversion decisions links the...
Improving the planning and provision of public services for those living in informal settlements depends on the availability of accurate demographic information. However, such data frequently do not exist because traditional survey and census methods are rarely successful in these environments....
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