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The Objectives and Design of a New Land-use Modelling Package: DELTA

  • David Simmonds
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Part of the Advances in Spatial Science book series (ADVSPATIAL)

Abstract

This chapter considers the objectives, the design and the applications of the DELTA land-use modelling package, which has been developed by the author and his colle-agues at David Simmonds Consultancy since the beginning of 1995.

Keywords

Public Transport Household Type Housing Rent Strategic Environmental Assessment Urban Model 
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