Agent-Based Modelling of Residential Mobility, Housing Choice and Regeneration
Dynamics in the housing market can be simulated using agent-based modelling. Focusing on the theme of urban regeneration, we present a housing market model framework which explores the causal relationships that occur in this market.
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