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 +===== Final Project =====
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 +| Diovana | S. Yassemi, S. Dragićevića,​ M. Schmidt(2008),​ Design and implementation of an integrated GIS-based cellular automata model to characterize forest fire behaviour. Ecological Modelling, 210(1–2), 71–84 ​ |
 +| Jelena e Victoria | de Almeida et al. (2011) Stochastic cellular automata model for wildland fire spread dynamics|
 +| Renata | Barredo et al. (2003) Modelling dynamic spatial processes: simulation of urban future scenarios through cellular automata. Landscape and Urban Planning Volume 64(3)145-160|
 +| Cintia | Ghimire et al. (2013) Formulation of a fast 2D urban pluvial flood model using a cellular automata approach. Journal of Hydroinformatics (2012) 15 (3): 676-686.|
 +| Márcia | White, Roger, and Guy Engelen. "​Cellular automata and fractal urban form: a cellular modelling approach to the evolution of urban land-use patterns."​ Environment and planning A 25.8 (1993): 1175-1199. |
  
 ===== Papers for Final Projects ===== ===== Papers for Final Projects =====
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