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    Simulating Intraurban Land Use Dynamics Under Multiple Scenarios Based on Fuzzy Cellular Automata: A Case Study of Jinzhou District, Dalian.Jun Yang, Weiling Liu, Yonghua Li, Xueming Li & Quansheng Ge - 2018 - Complexity 2018:1-17.
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  2. Research on Sustainable Development Ability and Spatial-Temporal Differentiation of Urban Human Settlements in China and Japan Based on SDGs, Taking Dalian and Kobe as Examples.Xueping Cong, Xueming Li, Songbo Li & Yilu Gong - 2021 - Complexity 2021:1-22.
    The sustainable development of the human settlements has become a global universal program. The comparison of cities in different countries is of great significance to provide international experience for future urban construction. Combined with the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, this paper establishes an evaluation index system for the sustainable development ability of urban HS and constructs a three-dimensional research framework of “development-coordination-sustainability,” which compares the sustainable development ability of the HS of Dalian, China, and Kobe, Japan, from 2005 to (...)
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  3. Research on the Complexity of Forms and Structures of Urban Green Spaces Based on Fractal Models.Yilu Gong, Xueming Li, Xueping Cong & He Liu - 2020 - Complexity 2020:1-11.
    The fractal nature of urban green spaces is the product of the self-organizing evolution of the complex urban system into a higher stage, and orderly patterns and complex structures of urban green spaces will tend to manifest after they develop to a certain stage. On the basis of GF1 satellite data in 2019 and three fractal models, the complexity of the forms and structures of a green space system in downtown Dalian, China, was studied. The results showed that the boundary (...)
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