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Consensus-building in a Multi-Participant Spatial Decision Support System

@inproceedings{Feick1999ConsensusbuildingIA,
  title={Consensus-building in a Multi-Participant Spatial Decision Support System},
  author={Rob Feick and D G Hall},
  year={1999}
}
17 Introduction Geographic Information Systems (GIS) have gained increasing acceptance as important tools for the organization, manipulation and display of data pertinent to many urban and regional planning activities. Much of the success of GIS implementation in the planning field has been in the areas of task automation, spatial data creation and enhanced map and tabular report production. Particularly significant are the capabilities of GIS to integrate large volumes of spatial and non… 

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