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Title: Geospatial Analysis Platform and tools: supporting planning and decision making across scales, borders, sectors and disciplines
Authors: Naude, AH
Van Huyssteen, E
Goss, H
Keywords: Relational spatial analysis
Relational modelling
Geospatial analysis platform (GAP)
SA mesoframe
Intergovernmental collaboration
Strategic planning
Regional development
Cross-border planning
Multi-scale analysis and planning
Multi-agency planning
Issue Date: Apr-2008
Citation: Naude, AH, Van Huyssteen, E and Goss, H. 2008. Geospatial Analysis Platform and tools: supporting planning and decision making across scales, borders, sectors and disciplines. Shaping the future. Planning Africa Conference 2008, Johannesburg, South Africa, 14-16 April, pp 329-348.
Abstract: The paper will (1) build an argument for the importance and challenges of connecting across scales and borders and between sectors, (2) provide a brief overview of GAP2 in terms of its geo-spatial analysis platform, the way in which it facilitates and provides disaggregation of data, as well as the accompanying sets of tools and methodologies, (3) illustrate some of the innovative applications and value thereof in enabling inter-regional and across scale analyses, pattern recognition and synthesis of regional dynamics and connections in the South African context, and (4) suggest some possibilities for utilisation in the broader Southern African context
Description: Shaping the future. Planning Africa Conference 2008, Johannesburg, South Africa, April 14-16, 2008
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3103
ISBN: 9780620402873
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