Representations of Development Concentration in Models Based on the Idea of Intervening Opportunities
The process of site planning uses mathematical models which illustrate real processes. It means a standardized record of actions, which reflect the conditions in accord with general regularities, so that they can be used to regulate, manage, and control the course of processes. Examples of the genuine processes structure are necessarily connected with the notion of various infrastructure types concentration, which corresponds to various types of activity arranged over a particular area. This fact is proved correct by numerous models illustrating the processes of setting up concentration within an urbanized area, used in practice as a tool for supporting the process of planning. The following paper presents examples of concentration obtained as a result of modelling the reallocation balance patterns.
site development ; modeling od processes ; intervening opportunity model
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