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Dynamic Games and Multiobjective Optimization applied to designing Sustainable Urban Neighbourhoods

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Title: Dynamic Games and Multiobjective Optimization applied to designing Sustainable Urban Neighbourhoods
Author: Vanin, Daniel
Department: Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Program: Mathematics and Statistics
Advisor: Cojocaru, Monica
Abstract: This thesis intends to utilize mathematical models for testing the development of sustainable urban neighbourhoods and analyze the impact of these developments at city level using dynamic and multiobjective optimization techniques. These techniques aim to monitor and lower urban carbon emission levels, while predicting the municipality’s projected tax revenues. This study shows how multiple decision making models can operate and re- late to help analyze the implementation of a sustainable neighbourhood design in a mid-size urban area.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/5296
Date: 2013-01


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