Juste Raimbault - Multi-dimensional Urban Network Percolation

jimis:5913 - Journal of Interdisciplinary Methodologies and Issues in Sciences, November 19, 2019, Vol. 5 - Graph and network analysis - https://doi.org/10.18713/JIMIS-180719-5-5
Multi-dimensional Urban Network PercolationArticle

Authors: Juste Raimbault ORCID1,2,3

  • 1 Institut des Systèmes Complexes - Paris Ile-de-France
  • 2 Center for Advanced Spatial Analysis, UCL
  • 3 Géographie-cités

Network percolation has recently been proposed as a method to characterize the hierarchical structure of an urban system from the bottom-up. This paper proposes to extend urban network per-colation in a multi-dimensional way, to take into account both urban form (spatial distribution of population) and urban functions (here as properties of transportation networks). The method is applied to the European urban system to reconstruct endogenous urban regions. The variable parametrization allows to consider patterns of optimization for two stylized contradictory sustainability indicators (economic performance and greenhouse gases emissions). This suggests a customizable spatial design of policies to develop sustainable territories.

Volume: Vol. 5 - Graph and network analysis
Section: Subject Area 3: Graphs and Networks
Published on: November 19, 2019
Accepted on: November 19, 2019
Submitted on: November 19, 2019
Keywords: Multi-dimensional percolation,Road network,European urban system,Mega-city region,ACL,PARIS team,[SHS.GEO]Humanities and Social Sciences/Geography,[INFO.INFO-MA]Computer Science [cs]/Multiagent Systems [cs.MA],[INFO.INFO-DM]Computer Science [cs]/Discrete Mathematics [cs.DM],[STAT.ML]Statistics [stat]/Machine Learning [stat.ML],[NLIN.NLIN-CG]Nonlinear Sciences [physics]/Cellular Automata and Lattice Gases [nlin.CG],[NLIN.NLIN-CD]Nonlinear Sciences [physics]/Chaotic Dynamics [nlin.CD],[NLIN.NLIN-AO]Nonlinear Sciences [physics]/Adaptation and Self-Organizing Systems [nlin.AO],[QFIN.CP]Quantitative Finance [q-fin]/Computational Finance [q-fin.CP],[SDE.BE]Environmental Sciences/Biodiversity and Ecology

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