Constraints Specification

The process of specifying constraints refers to identifying (often) quantitative limits that the criterion attributes have to satisfy. A spatial example would be the allowable slope of developed property on a coastal area. Certain regulations, for instance, do not allow the cutting of trees for the purpose of development in areas with a slope higher than, say, 8 percent.

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