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See detailMonitoring territorial dynamics, a view from ESPON Database 2013
Caruso, Geoffrey UL

Scientific Conference (2008)

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See detailS-GHOST city: Self-Generating Housing, Open Space and Transportation in the city
Caruso, Geoffrey UL; Cavailhès, Jean; Frankhauser, Pierre et al

Scientific Conference (2008)

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See detailSurprising similarities between DBM models and an economic geography model of city growth
Frankhauser, Pierre; Peeters, Dominique; Caruso, Geoffrey UL et al

Scientific Conference (2008)

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See detailCalibration of households preference for open-spaces from an urban cellular automata model: method and application to Dijon
Caruso, Geoffrey UL; Hilal, Mohamed

in Foltête, Jean-Christophe (Ed.) Actes des Huitièmes Rencontres de Théo Quant (2008)

We propose a calibration method for a residential growth model that is grounded on a microeconomic cellular automaton. This model can be seen as a spatial and dynamic representation of an urban economic ... [more ▼]

We propose a calibration method for a residential growth model that is grounded on a microeconomic cellular automaton. This model can be seen as a spatial and dynamic representation of an urban economic model with neighbourhood externalities. A 2D spatial equilibrium of residential locations is obtained stepwise through time instead of being a one-shot instantaneous equilibrium. Previous research work showed that the model can produce more or less dense and fragmented urban patterns depending on the preference of households for open space. We propose here a method for calibrating those preferences from simulations of the model and land rents observed within the Dijon urban area. More precisely, equilibrium properties of the model are used to derive the elasticity of open-space preferences. Then simulations are used to estimate the neighbourhood distance to which open-space are valued by households. Our first results tend to support our residential behaviour assumptions and tend to be in accordance with results obtained with more classic methods. Further methodological improvements are however needed. [less ▲]

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See detailWunderheilungen Unserer Lieben Frau von Luxemburg im 17. Jahrhundert
Andriani, Giovanni; Pauly, Michel UL; Caruso, Geoffrey UL et al

E-print/Working paper (2008)

Die Karte zeigt die räumliche Ausbreitung der Berichte über Wunderheilungen durch Unsere Liebe Frau von Luxemburg in der ersten Hälfte des 17. Jahrhunderts. Nach der Begründung des Kults durch den ... [more ▼]

Die Karte zeigt die räumliche Ausbreitung der Berichte über Wunderheilungen durch Unsere Liebe Frau von Luxemburg in der ersten Hälfte des 17. Jahrhunderts. Nach der Begründung des Kults durch den Jesuitenpater Jacques Brocquart 1624 kamen die Pilger von immer weiter her, um sich eine göttliche Gnade zu erbitten und machten die Kapelle so zu einem regionalen Pilgerzentrum. [less ▲]

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See detailEssor et déclin de l'exploitation du charbon dans la Grande Région SaarLorLux
Helfer, Malte UL; Pauly, Michel UL; Caruso, Geoffrey UL

E-print/Working paper (2008)

Coal mining plays a special role in the creation of the Greater Region. After the Second World War, the Schuman Plan, which provided for mutual control of the production of coal and steel (important ... [more ▼]

Coal mining plays a special role in the creation of the Greater Region. After the Second World War, the Schuman Plan, which provided for mutual control of the production of coal and steel (important products for the conduct of the war) and the maintenance of these production factors, which were indispensable for reconstruction, led in 1951 to the signing of the ECSC Treaty (European Coal and Steel Community), which constituted the first stage in the construction of the European Union. The "Saar-Lor-Lux" region drawn up in 1969 by Hubertus Rolshoven, Chairman and CEO of Saarbergwerke AG, was the "preliminary stage" of the Greater Region institutionalised in 1980; this mining region was integrated into the cross-border triangle of Saarland, Lorraine and Luxembourg. [less ▲]

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See detailNaturräumliche Gliederung der Großregion SaarLorLux
Schneider, Thomas; Pauly, Michel UL; Caruso, Geoffrey UL et al

E-print/Working paper (2007)

The paper shows and explains the natural classification of the Greater Region SaarLorLux, following a consistent concept. The natural regions, their main groups as well as the natural space units, were ... [more ▼]

The paper shows and explains the natural classification of the Greater Region SaarLorLux, following a consistent concept. The natural regions, their main groups as well as the natural space units, were created according to the concept of Meynen & Schmithüsen (1953-1962). [less ▲]

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See detailLes institutions hospitalières médiévales dans la Grande Région SaarLorLux (de 600 à 1500)
Pauly, Michel UL; Caruso, Geoffrey UL; Helfer, Malte UL

E-print/Working paper (2007)

In the area between the Meuse and the Rhine, between Aachen and Basel, there were some 528 different hospitals between 600 and 1500, even if they did not all function at the same time. By hospitals we ... [more ▼]

In the area between the Meuse and the Rhine, between Aachen and Basel, there were some 528 different hospitals between 600 and 1500, even if they did not all function at the same time. By hospitals we mean hostels for pilgrims and travellers, poorhouses, clinics, monastery infirmaries, maternity wards, orphanages, old people's homes, old people's homes for the wealthy etc. The map summarises the results of the author's habilitation thesis on "Hospitals between the Meuse and the Rhine in the Middle Ages. Typological, topographical, functional and spiritual aspects'. [less ▲]

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See detailAutoindustrie in der Großregion SaarLorLux 2007 - Produktion, Forschung, Ausbildung
Schulz, Christian UL; Dörrenbächer, Peter; Pansch, Holger et al

E-print/Working paper (2007)

Die Automobilindustrie gilt in der Großregion als wichtiger Pfeiler des wirtschaftlichen Strukturwandels. Eine Vielzahl teils hoch spezialisierter Zulieferer und Dienstleister prägt heute die ... [more ▼]

Die Automobilindustrie gilt in der Großregion als wichtiger Pfeiler des wirtschaftlichen Strukturwandels. Eine Vielzahl teils hoch spezialisierter Zulieferer und Dienstleister prägt heute die Unternehmenslandschaft und stellt einen Großteil der industriellen Arbeitsplätze. Die Karte zeigt alle Betriebe des Sektors ab 500 Beschäftigten im Jahr 2007. Aufgrund der durch die Allgemeine Wirtschaftskrise ab 2008 aufgetretenen tief greifenden Veränderungen der Branche wurde dieser Beitrag durch einen zweiten, ausführlicheren Beitrag zur Autoindustrie der Großregion 2011 (C.K. Hahn, GR-Atlas Vol. 27) ergänzt. [less ▲]

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See detailMittelalterliche Hospitäler in der Großregion SaarLorLux (von 600 bis 1500)
Pauly, Michel UL; Pauly, Michel UL; Caruso, Geoffrey UL et al

E-print/Working paper (2007)

Im Raum zwischen Rhein und Maas, Aachen und Basel gab es zwischen 600 und 1500 insgesamt, wenn auch nicht gleichzeitig 528 verschiedene Hospitäler, also Herbergen für Reisende und Pilger, Armenhospize ... [more ▼]

Im Raum zwischen Rhein und Maas, Aachen und Basel gab es zwischen 600 und 1500 insgesamt, wenn auch nicht gleichzeitig 528 verschiedene Hospitäler, also Herbergen für Reisende und Pilger, Armenhospize, Krankenhäuser, Entbindungsanstalten, Waisenheime, Pflegeheime für alte Menschen, Seniorenheime für reiche Pfründner u. ä. Beitrag und Karte fassen die Ergebnisse der Habilitationsschrift des Autors über „Hospitäler zwischen Maas und Rhein im Mittelalter. Typologische, topographische, funktionale und spirituelle Aspekte“ zusammen. [less ▲]

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See detailLa division naturelle de l’espace de la Grande Région SaarLorLux
Schneider, Thomas; Pauly, Michel UL; Helfer, Malte UL et al

E-print/Working paper (2007)

The current shape of the Earth's surface is the result of a complex synergy of different factors. In addition to abiotic factors such as relief, climate, water, soil and geological texture, biotic factors ... [more ▼]

The current shape of the Earth's surface is the result of a complex synergy of different factors. In addition to abiotic factors such as relief, climate, water, soil and geological texture, biotic factors such as vegetation formations, flora and fauna, and especially the influence of humans, are crucial to the appearance of the Earth's surface. [less ▲]

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See detailL‘industrie automobile dans la Grande Région
Schulz, Christian UL; Dörrenbächer, Peter; Pansch, Holger et al

E-print/Working paper (2007)

The automotive industry is an important pillar of the changing economic structures in the Greater Region. Today, a large number of suppliers and service providers, some of them highly specialised, make up ... [more ▼]

The automotive industry is an important pillar of the changing economic structures in the Greater Region. Today, a large number of suppliers and service providers, some of them highly specialised, make up the business landscape and constitute a large proportion of the employers in the industry. The map shows all companies in the sector with more than 500 employees in 2007. [less ▲]

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See detailSpatial configurations in a periurban city: a cellular automata-based microeconomic model
Caruso, Geoffrey UL; Peeters, Dominique; Cavailhès, Jean et al

in Regional Science & Urban Economics (2007), 37(5), 542-567

This paper presents a microeconomic model of residential location that explores the emergence of a mixed belt where residents and farmers coexist beyond a city. The model is based on integrating urban ... [more ▼]

This paper presents a microeconomic model of residential location that explores the emergence of a mixed belt where residents and farmers coexist beyond a city. The model is based on integrating urban economics with cellular automata in order to simulate equilibrium patterns in 2D and through time. Households commute to a CBD and enjoy neighbourhood externalities that are a function of both local residential density and farmland, or open space. They bid on the competitive land market and locate so as to maximize utility. Incremental population growth changes the neighbourhood and leads to rent adaptations. With appropriate parameter values a mixed belt may emerge between the urban and agricultural specialized areas. Settlements within this mixed area are more or less clustered or scattered depending on preferences and neighbourhood size. [less ▲]

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See detailUn modèle cellulaire et dynamique de dispersion et ségrégation spatiale périurbaine
Caruso, Geoffrey UL

in Buisson, Marie-Andrée; Mignot, Dominique (Eds.) Concentration économique et ségréegation spatiale (2005)

Cette contribution propose d’explorer les processus de dispersion des ménages et de ségrégation par le revenu au sein d’un espace périurbain. La méthode consiste à simuler un modèle économique urbain avec ... [more ▼]

Cette contribution propose d’explorer les processus de dispersion des ménages et de ségrégation par le revenu au sein d’un espace périurbain. La méthode consiste à simuler un modèle économique urbain avec deux types d’externalités de voisinage sur un espace cellulaire. Il permet la mise en place de processus dynamiques locaux endogènes et offre un éclairage sur la relation qui unit la morphologie des espaces périurbains et les caractéristiques des agents économiques qui s’y localisent. Des structures spatiales diverses sont générées sur deux configurations données des lots fonciers. Les équilibres présentent des structures concentriques constituées de multiples anneaux mais aussi, au cours des étapes de la croissance de la ville, des processus de dégradation cumulée ou des structures plus indépendantes de la distance. [less ▲]

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See detailSOLUTIONS Micro-scale modelling: method and initial results
Caruso, Geoffrey UL

E-print/Working paper (2005)

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See detailExploring a spatio-dynamic neighbourhood-based model of residential behaviour in the Brussels periurban area
Caruso, Geoffrey UL; Rounsevell, Mark; Cojocaru, George

in International Journal of Geographical Information Science (2005), 19(2), 103-123

This article proposes a methodology for the construction and the calibration of a micro-economic urban land-use model within an extended Cellular Automata (CA) framework. The methodology is applied to ... [more ▼]

This article proposes a methodology for the construction and the calibration of a micro-economic urban land-use model within an extended Cellular Automata (CA) framework. The methodology is applied to processes of residential spread in a part of the commuting periphery of Brussels. The model hypothesizes that households effect on urban development, through their valuation of neighbourhood externalities. A coarse sensitivity analysis is undertaken in order to explore the relationship between household neighbourhood preferences and emerging spatial morphologies. These macro-structures are measured with different indices in order to parameterize the model. [less ▲]

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See detailUn modèle cellulaire et dynamique de dispersion et ségrégation spatiale périurbaine
Caruso, Geoffrey UL

in XXXIX ème Colloque de l’Association de Science Régionale de Langue Française (2003)

Cette contribution propose d’explorer les processus de dispersion des ménages et de ségrégation par le revenu au sein d’un espace périurbain. La méthode consiste à simuler un modèle économique ... [more ▼]

Cette contribution propose d’explorer les processus de dispersion des ménages et de ségrégation par le revenu au sein d’un espace périurbain. La méthode consiste à simuler un modèle économique urbain avec deux types d’externalités de voisinage sur un espace cellulaire. Il permet la mise en place de processus dynamiques locaux endogènes et offre un éclairage sur la relation qui unit la morphologie des espaces périurbains et les caractéristiques des agents économiques qui s’y localisent. Des structures spatiales diverses sont générées sur deux configurations données des lots fonciers. Les équilibres présentent des structures concentriques constituées de multiples anneaux mais aussi, au cours des étapes de la croissance de la ville, des processus de dégradation cumulée ou des structures plus indépendantes de la distance. [less ▲]

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See detailLa diversité des formes de la périurbanisation en Europe
Caruso, Geoffrey UL

in Perrier-Cornet, Ph (Ed.) Repenser les campagnes (2002)

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See detailPeriurbanisation, the situation in Europe: a bibliographical note and survey of studies in the Netherlands, Belgium, Great Britain, Germany, Italy and the Nordic Countries
Caruso, Geoffrey UL

Report (2001)

In this report the extent of "peri-urbanisation" in Europe is analysed. The aim is to give an insight into the ways in which "peri-urban" processes are described in different European countries. The work ... [more ▼]

In this report the extent of "peri-urbanisation" in Europe is analysed. The aim is to give an insight into the ways in which "peri-urban" processes are described in different European countries. The work has been undertaken for DATAR (Délégation à l'Aménagement du Territoire et à l'Action Régionale, France) as part of their ongoing study of "peri-urbanisation" in France. Urban development is one of the major concerns for the future of rural areas and ecological zones. This work contributes to the "peri-urban" debate by taking a European perspective that complements local or national case studies. The focus is on the spatial aspects of peri-urbanisation and on its recent demographic trends. The report is divided into three parts : The first part consists of a general discussion about the diversity of concepts used to analyse peri-urban processes, and provides an overview of urbanisation typologies and global trends in the EU. In the second the spatial extent and the description of peri- urban processes is discussed for different countries: The Netherlands, Belgium, Great Britain, Germany and Italy. Some bibliographical references are also given for the Nordic countries. The third part summarises the main spatial and demographic trends and identifies some of the similarities and differences between the countries considered. A bibliography is provided at the end of the report and includes references on some additional countries. It is shown how diverse can be the tools used to assess peri-urbanisation. Nevertheless, there is a clear diffusion of population towards commuting and rural areas of Europe. A growing share of national territories and population are concerned with this process. Changes in the urban-rural interface are driven by similar behaviour throughout Europe, but slight differences can be observed. Local geographic and demographic specificities, regional economic dynamism, historic settlements as well as spatial policies differentiate the evolution and morphology of European peri-urban areas today. [less ▲]

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See detailR code developed for the calculation of Shallow Geothermal Potential Energy per parcel
Schiel, Kerry UL; Baume, Olivier; Caruso, Geoffrey UL et al

Computer development (n.d.)

Associated with the working paper "GIS-based Modelling of Shallow Geothermal Energy Potential for CO2 Emission Mitigation in Urban Areas" #by Kerry Schiel and Geoffrey Caruso (University of Luxembourg ... [more ▼]

Associated with the working paper "GIS-based Modelling of Shallow Geothermal Energy Potential for CO2 Emission Mitigation in Urban Areas" #by Kerry Schiel and Geoffrey Caruso (University of Luxembourg); Olivier Baume and Ulrich Leopold (Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology) [less ▲]

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