This paper presents an overview of the integrated spatial simulation tool SAMT. Land use issues are intrinsical/y multidisciplinary, involving a number of factors acting interactively, leading to landscape and land use changes. Therefore, an analytica/ tool for land use simulation must be integrated in nature, combining ecologic and economic variables and must provide framework for their integration. Traditional geographic information systems or modeling systems have specific disadvantages. To overcome these disadvantages, a new tool was developed with the focus of interactive spatial simulation. Jncluded in SAMT is expert knowledge (fuzzy models) or extract models for examples (neural networks). SAMT provides a framework to include dynamie models. One of the most power/ul extensions of SAMT is the integration of the simulation toolbox SAMTDESIRE. SAMDESIRE allows the development of models, refinement and parameterization of models and perform simulation. These is combined with a power/ul graphic output and a graphical control interface. An interface between SAMT and SAMTDESIRE is under development. SAMT itself and SAMTDESIRE is open source software and freely available.
Operational Program Digital Poland, 2014-2020, Measure 2.3: Digital accessibility and usefulness of public sector information; funds from the European Regional Development Fund and national co-financing from the state budget.
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