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Entropy in Urban Systems
AbstractEntropy is a useful concept that has been used to describe the structure and behavior of different systems. We summarize its multifaceted character with regard to its implications for urban sprawl, and propose a framework to apply the concept of entropy to urban sprawl for monitoring and management.
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Cabral, P.; Augusto, G.; Tewolde, M.; Araya, Y. Entropy in Urban Systems. Entropy 2013, 15, 5223-5236.View more citation formats
Cabral P, Augusto G, Tewolde M, Araya Y. Entropy in Urban Systems. Entropy. 2013; 15(12):5223-5236.Chicago/Turabian Style
Cabral, Pedro; Augusto, Gabriela; Tewolde, Mussie; Araya, Yikalo. 2013. "Entropy in Urban Systems." Entropy 15, no. 12: 5223-5236.
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