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Micro-simulation model of municipality network in the Auvergne case study

Abstract : How do European rural areas evolve? Some tend to decrease dramatically, as in the Netherlands or in the United Kingdom, where the urban areas tend to spread all over the country. Their population can also be drastically depleting through a large rural exodus, as observed in for instance France, Bulgaria or Croatia in the first part of the last Century. They can also keep steady population densities occupied in leisure services offered to urban people and agriculture with various proportions of inhabitants commuting to the cities for their work. Better understanding these evolutions is what the PRIMA simulation model presented in this report is interested in.
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S. Huet, N. Dumoulin, Guillaume Deffuant, F. Gargiulo, M. Lenormand, et al.. Micro-simulation model of municipality network in the Auvergne case study. [Research Report] irstea. 2012, pp.66. ⟨hal-02597574⟩

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