Design of an Intelligent Geographic Information System for Multi-criteria Site Analysis

@inproceedings{Jun2007DesignOA,
  title={Design of an Intelligent Geographic Information System for Multi-criteria Site Analysis},
  author={Chulmin Jun},
  year={2007}
}
Spatial decision-making problems, such as site selection, require appropriate means for handling multiple socioeconomic factors while considering physical suitability. Traditional decision support techniques lack the ability to simultaneously take into account these factors and conditions. Similarly, geographic information systems, while recognized as useful decision support technologies, do not provide the means to handle multiple decision factors. With these issues in mind, this study was… CONTINUE READING
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