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Decision analysis can be defined as a set of systematic procedures for analysing complex decision problems. Differences between the desired and the actual state of real world geographical system is a spatial decision problem, which can be approached systematically by means of multi-criteria decision making. Many real-world spatially related problems give(More)
This article presents the methodology and the graphical support for the analysis of local labour markets and delimitation of functional regions based on daily labour commuting data. For delimitation of functional regions of Slovenia, which has been chosen as a study case in our research, the commuting aggregation approach has been used considering only one(More)
The WG VI/5: Promotion of the Profession to Students, together with the Student Consortium (SC) organized the 2 nd Summer School (SS) on laser scanning in Ljubljana, Slovenia, 1 – 7 July 2007. Summer schools present one of the most important activities of the WG VI/5 and SC for the promotion of the science among the young researchers. The main purpose is to(More)
Technical development and globalisation, as a process and a condition of the space for higher education, dictate the guidelines for development of study programs all over the world. It is widely recognised that the adequate management of information on study programmes is crucial not only to the renovation of study programs but also to the future of(More)
Many real-world spatially related problems, including river-basin planning and management, give rise to geographical information system based decision making, since the performance of spatial policy alternatives were traditionally and are still often represented by thematic maps. Advanced technologies and approaches, such as geographical information systems(More)
In the paper, the activities of the ISPRS WG VI/5 in cooperation with the ISPRS Student Consortium (SC) in the period 2004-2008 are presented. The main purpose of the WG VI/5 is stimulation to scientific and research work, and promotion of the ISPRS profession to talented graduate, postgraduate students and young researchers. The working group presents the(More)
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