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From the paper abstract: This paper presents an agent-based model that characterizes citizens' behavioural patterns with respect to housing and mobility choice that will constitute the first step in the development of a dynamic incentive system for an open interactive governance process. The realistic identification and representation of the criteria that affect this decision-making process will help understand and evaluate the impacts of potential housing incentives that aim to promote urban characteristics such as equality, diversity, walkability, and efficiency.
The team includes: Mireia Yurrita, Arnaud Grignard, Luis Alonso, Ryan (Yan) Zhang, Cristian Ignacio Jara-Figueroa, Markus ElKatsha, and Kent Larson.