Foundations for visual project analysis
Covers the basic principles, techniques and methods of visual analysis. Teaches the reader how to analyze the before- and-after effects of changes proposed for a landscape using new computer techniques. Presents specific rules that guide the reader to the best approach to a project based on environmental, financial and decision-making criteria. Combines key projects to produce the most practical resource management methods. Over 19 contributing authors. Illustrated glossary.
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DECISIONMAKING MODEL FOR VISUAL
Project Planning Context
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