Simulation cartographique au service de l'innovation collective

Abstract : The objective of this paper is to present an approach for experimenting territorial prospective analysis based on spatial modelling. This approach is carried out in the framework of the DESCARTES project which aims at developing a spatial simulation tool to support the design and analysis of different scenarios for land-use allocation in Reunion Island in terms of environmental services. The spatial modelling tool is composed of two complementary applications: (i) the Ocelet modelling language and its land dynamics simulation environment, and (ii) the Margouill@ platform. The first demonstrator, a model of farm land consumption by urbanization, was developed and presented during workshops in order to test the role of the spatial simulation tool in support of a collaborative innovation process among stakeholders, and to foster new research on social learning, spatial simulation of environmental services, and scale change issues.
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Xavier Augusseau, Félicie Aulanier, Agnes Begue, Jeremy Bourgoin, Daniel David, et al.. Simulation cartographique au service de l'innovation collective. SAGEO'2013, Sep 2013, Brest, France. pp.37-52. ⟨cirad-00850243⟩

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