Marina Toger has specialised in spatial analysis and modelling of urban dynamic processes. Her PhD relates to urban open-space connectivity, network morphology and dynamics resulting from urban expansion and interaction between urban environment and wildlife. Geosimulation, GIS, agent-based modelling, spatial and network analyses are the main methods that Marina implements in her research.
Recent talk in NARSC 2020 special session
Keywords: gis spatial analysis urban computing geospatial data complex systems mobility
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