Collaborative Spatial Decision Making

Collaborative spatial decision making or group spatial decision support system is a field of research which involves group-based problem-structuring and problem-solving using digital spatial information and facilitated by computer technologies. Such technologies enable groups to develop and evaluate alternative solutions to complex spatial problems by providing a set of tools that facilitate communication and consensus building through voting, ranking, and rating.

Abbreviation

CSDM

Synonyms

group spatial decision support system (GSDSS)

Source Of Description

Malczewski 1999, p. 297; http://www.ncgia.ucsb.edu/research/i17/I-17_home.html; http://faculty.washington.edu/nyerges/csdm.html

Parent Categories

Group Decision Support Systems

Last Updated

8/24/2008

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References

IntroductionPlanning/Decision ContextPlanning And Spatial Decision ProcessSpatial Planning And Decision Problem TypesMethods And Techniques
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