Geographic context scanning & analysis: il Modello Di Riferimento e le Operazioni

Maurizio Rosina


The aim of the article is to define a Reference Model and the operators which allow to perform the activities of Geographic Context
Scanning & Analysis. The theory and methods exposed will contribute to the evolution of the framework GEOPOI 2.0, developed and delivered by Sogei and acc essed as a SaaS (Software as a Serv ice) by a number of Public Administrations for your own institutional tasks.

Parole chiave

Geographic context analysis; geographic context scanning; Modelli di riferimento; Multicr iteria Spatial Decision Support Systems

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