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RS7009 GEOSPATIAL TECHNOLOGY FOR URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING Syllabus | Anna University M.Tech Remote Sensing Second Semester Syllabus Regulation 2013

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RS7009 GEOSPATIAL TECHNOLOGY FOR URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING Syllabus | Anna University M.Tech Remote Sensing Second Semester Syllabus Regulation 2013. Below is the Anna University 2013 Regulation Syllabus for 2nd Semester for M.Tech Remotes Sensing, Textbooks, Reference books, Exam portions, Question Bank, Previous year question papers, Model question papers, Class notes, Important 2 marks, 8 marks, 16 marks topics.
It is applicable for all students admitted in the Academic year 2013-2014 onwards for all its Affiliated institutions in Tamil Nadu.



 To introduce the concepts of urban and regional planning
 To explore the use of the geospatial technology in advanced analysis in planning.
UNIT I FUNDAMENTALS 9 Concepts of Urbanization and Urban Areas - concept of regions - formal and functional regions - census classification of urban areas - Planning Goals: Natural Resources Management; socio-economic management and infrastructure planning - Planning physical structures and functional domains - data and information for urban and regional planning by Remote Sensing - Planning goals for urban areas and regions. 
UNIT II INVENTORY AND MAPPING 9 Digital and image records of the Urban areas and Regions – classification of settlement patterns and structures – Segmentation of Built-up areas – Classification algorithms – Inventory of resources and measurements - Land use/ Land cover mapping – Deduction of sprawl, renewal and morphological changes – resolution of RS data in feature extraction and object delineation - mapping resources, developments and demography by choropleth and isopleth techniques - high resolution remote sensing data in urban analysis.. 
UNIT III ASSESSMENT OF POTENTIALS 9 Urban morphology – Housing typology – Population estimation from remote sensing – Infrastructure demand analysis – Land suitability analysis for Urban renewal – Plan formulation for sectoral and regional, development – Use of remote sensing and GIS in assessment, estimation and projections - Design of Urban and regional information systems – revenue and tax collection GIS - planning facilities and amenities.. 
Site specific GIS: Housing development, parks and social facilities planning – urban and regional transportation corridors - wholesale and retail trade interactions - commuting-Classification of traffic – Optimum route and plans / shortest path – Alignment planning – Traffic and flow management – Accident analysis – case studies. 
UNIT V MODELLING TECHNIQUES 9 Urban growth modeling – GIS modelling - local and regional interaction potential- Expert systems in AM/FM planning – 3D city models – digital terrain of the urban areas and regions- DEM and socio-economic – Land use Transportation interaction models – Intelligent transportation systems –Risk, vulnerability models in crime, accidents and disasters - case studies .

OUTCOMES: On completion of this course students shall be able to
 Gain knowledge of urban and regional planning concepts, the use of geomatics technology in planning and management in urban areas and regions.
 Familiarize with case studies, inputs from Remote Sensing and GIS
 Get exposure in modelling in urban land use and its forecasting.

1. Juliana Maantay, John Ziegler, John Pickles, GIS for the Urban Environment, Esri Press 2006. 
2. Allan Brimicombe, GIS Environmental Modeling and Engineering, CRC; 1 edition 2003. CRC Press, 2nd Edition, 2009, ISBN: 978-1439808702 
3. Paul Longley, Michael Batty, Spatial Analysis: Modeling in a GIS Environment Wiley, 1997. 
4. Michael F. Goodchild, Louis T. Steyaert, Bradley O. Parks, Carol Johnston, David Maidment, Michael Crane, Sandi Glendinning, GIS and Environmental Modeling: Progress and Research Issues (Hardcover) by,Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition, 1996. 
5. Roland Fletcher, The Limits of Settlement Growth: A Theoretical Outline (New Studies in Archaeology) (First edition), Cambridge University Press; 2007. 
6. Said Easa, Yupo Chan, “Urban Planning and Development Applications of GIS”, Amer Society of Civil Engineers, 1999, ISBN: 978-0784404614 
7. Harvey J. Miller, Shih-Lung Shaw, “Geographic Information Systems for Transportation: Principles and Applications (Spatial Information Systems)”, Oxford University Press, USA (2001) , ISBN: 978-0195123944 
8. David J Maguire, Michael F Goodchild, Michael Batty, “GIS, Spatial Analysis, and Modeling”, ESRI Press, 2005.

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