The growing importance of environmental planning has encouraged researchers to apply complex network analysis on topological models of environmental networks. Relevant features of current green infrastructure can be derived with common and ad hoc techniques, but results tend to expose only a limited view, whether by geographical areas or by species. In this paper, the possibility to extend complex network analysis to conceptual models with a higher degree of abstraction is explored.

Topological and conceptual complex network models for environmental planning

FENU, GIANNI;PAU, PIER LUIGI
2016

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The growing importance of environmental planning has encouraged researchers to apply complex network analysis on topological models of environmental networks. Relevant features of current green infrastructure can be derived with common and ad hoc techniques, but results tend to expose only a limited view, whether by geographical areas or by species. In this paper, the possibility to extend complex network analysis to conceptual models with a higher degree of abstraction is explored.
Complex networks; Environmental networks; Knowledge discovery
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