An Activities Allocation Model Considering Interactive Effects for Coastal Zone Planning
In order to plan the efficient utilization of coastal zones considering preservation of the environment, an activities allocation model in consideration of their interactive effects is proposed in this paper. Here, agglomeration economies are considered as a positive interactive effect, and external diseconomies are treated as a negative effect. This model is formulated by the n-person non-cooperative games and solved by computer simulation. The allocation plans made by this model are evaluated from the view points of efficiency and equity. As a case study, this model is applied to actual coastal waters and its usefulness is examined.
KeywordsInteractive Effect Coastal Water Coastal Zone Allocation Model Agglomeration Economy
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