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Computational science and its applications -- ICCSA 2016 : 16th International Conference, Beijing, China, July 4-7, 2016, Proceedings. Part IV / Osvaldo Gervasi, Beniamino Murgante, Sanjay Misra, Ana Maria A.C. Rocha, Carmelo M. Torre, David Taniar, Bernady O. Apduhan, Elena Stankova, Shangguang Wang (eds.).

By: (16th : ICCSA (Conference) (16th : 2016 : Beijing, China)Contributor(s): Gervasi, Osvaldo [editor.] | Murgante, Beniamino [editor.] | Misra, Sanjay [editor.] | Rocha, Ana Maria A. C [editor.] | Torre, Carmelo M [editor.] | Taniar, David [editor.] | Apduhan, Bernady O [editor.] | Stankova, Elena [editor.] | Wang, Shangguang [editor.]Material type: TextTextSeries: Serienbezeichnung | Lecture notes in computer science ; 9789. | LNCS sublibrary. SL 1, Theoretical computer science and general issues.Publisher: Switzerland : Springer, 2016Description: 1 online resource (xxvii, 702 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319420899; 3319420895; 3319420887; 9783319420882Other title: ICCSA 2016Subject(s): Computer science -- Congresses | Computer software -- Congresses | Computer networks -- Congresses | Software engineering -- Congresses | Algorithms & data structures | Software Engineering | Computer modelling & simulation | Information retrieval | Data mining | Network hardware | Computers -- Programming -- Algorithms | Computers -- Software Development & Engineering -- General | Computers -- Computer Simulation | Computers -- Information Technology | Computers -- Database Management -- Data Mining | Computers -- Hardware -- Network Hardware | Computer networks | Computer science | Computer software | Software engineeringGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 004 LOC classification: QA75.5 | .I22 2016ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Intro; Preface; Organization; Contents -- Part IV; Where the Streets Have Known Names; 1 Introduction; 2 Related Work; 2.1 Toponymy and Street Names; 2.2 Linked Open Data; 3 Street Name Matching Method; 3.1 Toponym Retrieval; 3.2 Entity Retrieval; 3.3 Entity Ranking; 4 Evaluation; 5 Results and Discussion; 6 Crowd Sourcing Local Knowledge; 6.1 Requirements; 6.2 Storyboard; 6.3 Software Architecture; 7 Conclusion and Future Work; References; Functions and Perspectives of Public Real Estate in the Urban Policies: The Sustainable Development Plan of Syracuse; Abstract; 1 Introduction
2 Case Study3 Methods and Procedures; 3.1 Urban Perspective: The Redevelopment of the Borgo S. Antonio Quarter; 3.2 Public Properties Appraisal; 3.3 PPP -- Public Private Partnership; 3.4 Italian Real Estate Investment Funds; 3.5 Jessica; 3.6 Risk Approach; 4 Results and Discussions; 4.1 Generating Strategies: Urban Equalization and Regeneration; 4.2 Real Estate Development of the Two Properties: Appraisals; 4.3 Real Estate Finance: Scenario Analyses; 5 Conclusions; Acknowledgements; References
Soil Loss, Productivity and Cropland Values GIS-Based Analysis and Trends in the Basilicata Region (Southern Italy) from 1980 to 2013Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Materials and Methods; 2.1 Methodology -- USPED; 3 Data Analysis and Results; 3.1 USPED Method Application; 3.1.1 Rainfall Erosivity; 3.1.2 Soil Erodibility; 3.1.3 Slope-Length Factor; 3.1.4 Cover and Management Factor; 3.1.5 Model Application and Validation; 4 Discussion and Final Remarks; References; Fair Planning and Affordability Housing in Urban Policy. The Case of Syracuse (Italy); Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Materials; 3 Methods
3.1 Equalization and Compensation Pattern3.2 Housing Affordability; 4 Application of the Equalization Pattern; 5 Discussion. Compensation Scenarios for Social Housing; 6 Conclusions; Acknowledgements; References; Cap Rate and the Historic City. Past and Future of the Real Estate of Noto (Italy); Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Materials. Noto Real Estate; 3 Methods; 3.1 General Issues; 3.2 Procedure; 4 Results and Discussions; 4.1 Clustering Analysis; 4.2 Costs Calculation; 4.3 Ordinary and Extra-Ordinary Incomes; 4.4 Capitalization Rates; 5 Conclusions; Acknowledgements; References
Industrial Areas and the City. Equalization and Compensation in a Value-Oriented Allocation PatternAbstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Materials; 3 Methods and Procedures; 3.1 Objectives, Data Sources, Information; 3.2 The MAVT Approach to Select and Allocate the Enterprises in a Sustainable Way; 3.3 Equalization and Compensation; 4 Applications and Results; 4.1 The Allocation of the Areas to the Firms; 4.2 Results of the Equalization and Compensation Process; 5 Discussions and Conclusions; Acknowledgements; References
Summary: The five-volume set LNCS 9786-9790 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications, ICCSA 2016, held in Beijing, China, in July 2016. The 239 revised full papers and 14 short papers presented at 33 workshops were carefully reviewed and selected from 849 submissions. They are organized in five thematical tracks: computational methods, algorithms and scientific applications; high performance computing and networks; geometric modeling, graphics and visualization; advanced and emerging applications; and information systems and technologies.
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The five-volume set LNCS 9786-9790 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications, ICCSA 2016, held in Beijing, China, in July 2016. The 239 revised full papers and 14 short papers presented at 33 workshops were carefully reviewed and selected from 849 submissions. They are organized in five thematical tracks: computational methods, algorithms and scientific applications; high performance computing and networks; geometric modeling, graphics and visualization; advanced and emerging applications; and information systems and technologies.

Intro; Preface; Organization; Contents -- Part IV; Where the Streets Have Known Names; 1 Introduction; 2 Related Work; 2.1 Toponymy and Street Names; 2.2 Linked Open Data; 3 Street Name Matching Method; 3.1 Toponym Retrieval; 3.2 Entity Retrieval; 3.3 Entity Ranking; 4 Evaluation; 5 Results and Discussion; 6 Crowd Sourcing Local Knowledge; 6.1 Requirements; 6.2 Storyboard; 6.3 Software Architecture; 7 Conclusion and Future Work; References; Functions and Perspectives of Public Real Estate in the Urban Policies: The Sustainable Development Plan of Syracuse; Abstract; 1 Introduction

2 Case Study3 Methods and Procedures; 3.1 Urban Perspective: The Redevelopment of the Borgo S. Antonio Quarter; 3.2 Public Properties Appraisal; 3.3 PPP -- Public Private Partnership; 3.4 Italian Real Estate Investment Funds; 3.5 Jessica; 3.6 Risk Approach; 4 Results and Discussions; 4.1 Generating Strategies: Urban Equalization and Regeneration; 4.2 Real Estate Development of the Two Properties: Appraisals; 4.3 Real Estate Finance: Scenario Analyses; 5 Conclusions; Acknowledgements; References

Soil Loss, Productivity and Cropland Values GIS-Based Analysis and Trends in the Basilicata Region (Southern Italy) from 1980 to 2013Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Materials and Methods; 2.1 Methodology -- USPED; 3 Data Analysis and Results; 3.1 USPED Method Application; 3.1.1 Rainfall Erosivity; 3.1.2 Soil Erodibility; 3.1.3 Slope-Length Factor; 3.1.4 Cover and Management Factor; 3.1.5 Model Application and Validation; 4 Discussion and Final Remarks; References; Fair Planning and Affordability Housing in Urban Policy. The Case of Syracuse (Italy); Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Materials; 3 Methods

3.1 Equalization and Compensation Pattern3.2 Housing Affordability; 4 Application of the Equalization Pattern; 5 Discussion. Compensation Scenarios for Social Housing; 6 Conclusions; Acknowledgements; References; Cap Rate and the Historic City. Past and Future of the Real Estate of Noto (Italy); Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Materials. Noto Real Estate; 3 Methods; 3.1 General Issues; 3.2 Procedure; 4 Results and Discussions; 4.1 Clustering Analysis; 4.2 Costs Calculation; 4.3 Ordinary and Extra-Ordinary Incomes; 4.4 Capitalization Rates; 5 Conclusions; Acknowledgements; References

Industrial Areas and the City. Equalization and Compensation in a Value-Oriented Allocation PatternAbstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Materials; 3 Methods and Procedures; 3.1 Objectives, Data Sources, Information; 3.2 The MAVT Approach to Select and Allocate the Enterprises in a Sustainable Way; 3.3 Equalization and Compensation; 4 Applications and Results; 4.1 The Allocation of the Areas to the Firms; 4.2 Results of the Equalization and Compensation Process; 5 Discussions and Conclusions; Acknowledgements; References

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