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Campagna M (2016) Metaplanning: About designing the Geodesign process, Landscape and Urban Planning, 156 (2016) 118–128

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Keywords: Metaplanning; Geodesign; Planning Support Systems PSS; Business Process Management BPM; Business Process Model and Notation BPMN; Planning process

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 2017

Nikši? M, Campagna M, Massa P, Caglioni M, Theis Nielsen T (2017) Opportunities for Volunteered Geographic Information Use in Spatial Planning. In: Mapping and the Citizen Sensor, Edited by: G Foody, L See, S Fritz, P Mooney, AM Olteanu-Raimond, C costa Fonte & V Antoniou. Ubiquity Press, London. Pp. 327-349

Demetriou D, Campagna M, Racetin I, Konecny M (2017) Integrating Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDIs) with Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI) creating a Global GIS platform. In: Mapping and the Citizen Sensor, Edited by: G Foody, L See, S Fritz, P Mooney, AM Olteanu-Raimond, C costa Fonte & V Antoniou. Ubiquity Press, London. Pp. 273-297

Campagna M (2017) “Geodesign A-to-Z: Evolution of a Syllabus for Architects and Engineers. Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture, 2-2017. Herbert Wichmann Verlag, VDE VERLAG GMBH · Berlin· Offenbach. ISBN 978-3-87907-629-1, ISSN 2367-4253, doi:10.14627/537629028. This article is an open access article distributed under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/4.0/).

Demetris Demetriou, Michele Campagna, Ivana Racetin, Milan Konecny, “A discussion for integrating INSPIRE with volunteered geographic information (VGI) and the vision for a global spatial-based platform “, Proc. SPIE 10444, Fifth International Conference on Remote Sensing and Geoinformation of the Environment (RSCy2017), 104440E (2017/09/06); doi: 10.1117/12.2277194; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.2277194
 2016

Campagna M, Steinitz C, Di Cesare EA, Cocco, C, Ballal H, Canfield T (2016) Collaboration in planning: the Geodesign approach. Rozwój Regionalny i Polityka Regionalna 35: 27–43 free download

Campagna, M., Floris, R., Massa, P., & Mura, S. (2016). Social Media Geographic Information: The Community Perspective in Planning Knowledge. In S. Konomi, & G. Roussos (Eds.) Enriching Urban Spaces with Ambient Computing, the Internet of Things, and Smart City Design (pp. 184-208). Hershey, PA: . doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-0827-4.ch010

Campagna M (2016) From Metaplanning to PSS 2.0: Exploring the architecture of Geodesign as a process. Research in Urbanism Series, [S.l.], v. 4, sep. 2016. ISSN 1879-8217. Available at: <http://journals.library.tudelft.nl/index.php/rius/article/view/819>. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.7480/rius.4.819.

Campagna M (2016) Sistemas de suporte ao Planejamento (Planning Supoort Systems): retrospectivas and prospectivas. In: Mourao Moura A.C. (ed) Tecnologias de Geoinformação para representar e Planejar o Territorio Urbano. Editora Interciencia. Rio de Janeiro

Campagna, M. 2016. Social Media Geographic Information: Why social is special when it goes spatial?. In: Capineri, C, Haklay, M, Huang, H, Antoniou, V, Kettunen, J, Ostermann, F and Purves, R (eds.) European Handbook of Crowdsourced Geographic Information, Pp. 45–54. London: Ubiquity Press. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5334/bax.d. License: CC-BY 4.0.

Massa, P and Campagna, M. 2016. Integrating Authoritative and Volunteered Geographic Information for spatial planning. In: Capineri, C, Haklay, M, Huang, H, Antoniou, V, Kettunen, J, Ostermann, F and Purves, R. (eds.) European Handbook of Crowdsourced Geographic Information, Pp. 401–418. London: Ubiquity Press. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5334/bax.ac. License: CC-BY 4.0.

Silva P, Campagna M (2016) New Technologies and Planning: An overview of the AESOP Thematic Group’s mission, topics, activities and aims for the future. disP – The Planning Review, Vol. 52, Issue. 2, pages 68-71 ISSN 0251-3625 (Print), 2166-8604 (Online),  DOI: 10.1080/02513625.2016.1195590

Campagna M, Massa P, Floris R (2016)  The role of Social Media Geographic Information (SMGI) in Geodesign. Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture, 1-2016. © Herbert Wichmann Verlag, VDE VERLAG GMBH, Berlin/Offenbach. ISBN 978-3-87907-612-3, ISSN 2367-4253, doi:10.14627/537612019

Campagna M, Mourão Moura AC, Borges J, Cocco1 C (2016) Future Scenarios for the Pampulha Region: a Geodesign Workshop. Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture, 1-2016.  © Herbert Wichmann Verlag, VDE VERLAG GMBH, Berlin/Offenbach. ISBN 978-3-87907-612-3, ISSN 2367-4253, doi:10.14627/537612033.

Campagna M, Di Cesare E (2016) Geodesign: Lost in Regulations (and in Practice). In Papa R and Fistola R (eds.), Smart Energy in the Smart City, Green Energy and Technology, Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2016. ISBN: 978-3-319-31155-5. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-31157-9_16

Floris R., Massa P. and Campagna M. (2016) Le informazioni geografiche dei social network (SMGI) a supporto della pianificazione del turismo. L’esempio di Cagliari. Proceedings of XX  ASITA 2016 National Conference, Cagliari 8-10 November 2016 (ISBN 978-88-941232-6-5)

Kechagioglou X., Di Cesare E. A., Massa P. and Campagna M. (2016) Metaplanning, Geodesign e Sistemi di Supporto alla Pianificazione di seconda generazione. Proceedings of XX  ASITA 2016 National Conference, Cagliari 8-10 November 2016 (ISBN 978-88-941232-6-5)

Di Cesare E. A., Cocco C. and Campagna M. (2016) Il Geodesign come metodologia per la progettazione collaborativa di scenari di sviluppo per l’Area Metropolitana di Cagliari. Proceedings of XX  ASITA 2016 National Conference, Cagliari 8-10 November 2016 (ISBN 978-88-941232-6-5)

Massa P., Floris R. and Campagna M. (2016) Beyond social networks contents: how Social Media Geographic Information may support spatial planning analysis. Proceedings of INPUT 2016 – 9th International Conference on Innovation in Urban and Regional Planning – e-agorà for the transition toward resilient communities”, Turin, 14-15 September 2016

Floris R., Massa P. and Campagna M. (2016) The use of SMGI in supporting tourism planning practices: an innovative approach for the municipality of Cagliari. Proceedings of INPUT 2016 – 9th International Conference on Innovation in Urban and Regional Planning – e-agorà for the transition toward resilient communities”, Turin, 14-15 September 2016

Gallo R., Campagna M., Massa P. and Rabino G. (2016) Social Media Geographic Information for urban space analysis: the case of Expo Milano 2015. Proceedings of INPUT 2016 – 9th International Conference on Innovation in Urban and Regional Planning – e-agorà for the transition toward resilient communities”, Turin, 14-15 September 2016

Di Cesare E. A., Floris R. and Campagna M. (2016) How knowledge subjectivity affects decision?making: a Geodesign case study for the Cagliari Metro Area. Proceedings of INPUT 2016 – 9th International Conference on Innovation in Urban and Regional Planning – e-agorà for the transition toward resilient communities”, Turin, 14-15 September 2016

2015

Campagna M (2015) Geodesign as a process: from modelling to enactment. In: Buhmann E, Ervin S, Pietsch M (eds) Peer Reviewed Proceedings of Digital Landscape Architecture 2015. Herbert Wichmann Verlag, Berlin. pp. 276-283

Cocco C, Fonseca M B, Campagna M (2015) Applying Geodesign in Urban Planning Case Study of Pampulha , Belo Horizonte. Brazilian Journal of Cartography Nº 67/5 929-940 Brazilian Society of Cartography, Geodesy, Photgrammetry and Remote Sensing, ISSN: 1808-0936

M. Campagna, R. Floris, P. Massa, A. Girsheva, and K. Ivanov (2015) The Role of Social Media Geographic Information (SMGI) in Spatial Planning. In: Geertman, S., Ferreira, Jr., J., Goodspeed, R., Stillwell, J. (Eds.) Planning Support Systems and Smart Cities, Springer ISBN 978-3-319-18367-1

Ivanov K.A., Kudinov A.V., Markov N.G., Campagna M., Massa P. (2015) Orchestration and Integration of Spatial Web Services for Planning Support System design. Fundamental Research, vol 2, pp. 3267-3271 [In Russian language]

2014

Campagna M, Achenza M, Iannuzzi Y, Cocco C. (2014) Geospatial Technologies for the Built Heritage Management: Experiences in Sardinia, Italy. In M. Ioannides et al. (Eds.): EuroMed 2014, LNCS 8740, pp. 598–605, 2014. Springer International Publishing Switzerland

Ivanov K.A., Campagna M., Kudinov A.V., Markov N.G. (2014) Volunteered geographic information systems in municipal and regional management. Information society, Moscow, Russia, ?3, pp. 10-19 [Original in Russian language]

Campagna M*, Floris R , Girsheva A, Ivanov K, Massa P (2014) The role of Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI) and Social Media Geographic Information (SMGI) in Spatial Planning. Position Paper for the Workshop “Role of Volunteered Geographic Information in Advancing Science: Effective Utilization” organized in Conjunction with the Eighth International Conference on Geographic Information Science, TU Vienna September 23, 2014

Campagna M, Ivanov K, Massa P (2014) Implementing metaplanning with Business Process Management. Procedia Environmental Science, Elsevier, Vol 22, pp. 199–209

Campagna M (2014) Geodesign: dai contenuti metodologici all’innovazione nelle pratiche, in AA. VV., Atti della XVII Conferenza Nazionale SIU – Società Italiana degli Urbanisti, L’urbanistica italiana nel mondo. Milano, 15-16 Maggio 2014, Planum Publisher, Roma-Milano, pp.71-76  (ISBN: 9788899237004)

Campagna M, Ivanov K, Matta A, Massa P (2014) From Spatial Data Infrastructures to Planning Support Systems. In: Perakis K (ed) Proceedings of the  1st International Geomatics Applications “GEOMAPPLICA” Conference, Skiathos Island, Greece, September 8-11, ISBN 978-960-88490-9-9

Campagna M, Matta A (2014) Geoinformation technologies in sustainable spatial planning: a Geodesign approach to local land-use planning, Proc. SPIE 9229, Second International Conference on Remote Sensing and Geoinformation of the Environment (RSCy2014), doi:10.1117/12.2066189

Campagna M, Ivanov K, Massa P (2014) Orchestrating the spatial planning process: from Business Process Management to 2nd generation Planning Support Systems. In Huerta, Schade, Granell (Eds): Proceedings of the 17th AGILE Conference on Geographic Information Science, Connecting a Digital Europe through Location and Place, 3-6 June 2014, Castellón, Spain

Campagna M (2014) Geodesign from theory to practice: from metaplanning to 2nd generation Planning Support Systems. In: TeMA – Journal of Land Use, Mobility and Environment Special Issue Eighth International Conference INPUT Smart City Planning for Energy, Transportation and Sustainability of the Urban System, Naples, 46 June 2014

Campagna M (2014) The geographic turn in Social Media: opportunities for spatial planning and Geodesign. In: B. Murgante et al. (Eds.): ICCSA 2014, Part II, Lectures Notes in Computer Science 8580, pp. 598–610, 2014. Springer International Publishing Switzerland

Campagna M, Di Cesare E (2014) Geodesign: from theory to practice in the search for Geodesign principles in Italian planning regulations. In: TeMA – Journal of Land Use, Mobility and Environment Special Issue Eighth International Conference INPUT Smart City Planning for Energy, Transportation and Sustainability of the Urban System, Naples, 46 June 2014

Massa P, Campagna M (2014) Social Media Geographic Information: recent findings and opportunities for smart spatial planning. In: TeMA – Journal of Land Use, Mobility and Environment Special Issue Eighth International Conference INPUT Smart City Planning for Energy, Transportation and Sustainability of the Urban System, Naples, 46 June 2014

Floris R, Campagna M (2014) Tourism Planning in Social Media Data: Analysing Tourists Satisfaction In Space And Time. In: TeMA – Journal of Land Use, Mobility and Environment Special Issue Eighth International Conference INPUT Smart City Planning for Energy, Transportation and Sustainability of the Urban System, Naples, 46 June 2014

Massa P, Campagna M (2014) Social Media Geographic Information: Current developments and opportunities in urban and regional planning. Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Urban Planning and Regional Development in the Information Society GeoMultimedia 2014

2013

Campagna M, Kudinov A, Girsheva A, Ivanov K, Kopnov M, Falqui R (2013). Place, I Care! Crowdsourcing Planning Information. AESOP-ACSP Congress Book of Abstract. University College Dublin.

Campagna M (2013). Geodesign, sistemi di supporto al piano e metapianificazione. DISEGNARE CON…, vol. 6, p. 133-140, ISSN: 1828-5961, doi: 10.6092/issn.1828-5961/3407

2012

Campagna M, Craglia M, 2012, “The socioeconomic impact of the spatial data infrastructure of Lombardy” Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 39(6) 1069 – 1083

Campagna M, 2012, Ontologia, Informazione e Pianificazione Spaziale, Italian Journal of Regional Science, Vol. 11 – n. 1, 2012, pp. 139-1442010

Campagna M, De Montis A, Lai S, Isola F, Pira C, and Zoppi C (eds) Planning Support tools: policy analysis, implementation and Evaluation, Franco Angeli, ISBN:978885687597 – free preview sample

Campagna M, 2012, “Planning Support Systems: open issues for research, education and the planning practice” in Campagna M, De Montis A, Lai S, Isola F, Pira C, and Zoppi C (eds) Planning Support tools: policy analysis, implementation and Evaluation, Franco Angeli, ISBN:978885687597, pp 27-38

Campagna M, Kudinov A, Ivanov K, and Ghirsheva A, 2012, “GeoInformatics and Spatial planning bridging the gap towards GeoDesign: focus on VGI” in Campagna M, De Montis A, Lai S, Isola F, Pira C, and Zoppi C (eds) Planning Support tools: policy analysis, implementation and Evaluation, Franco Angeli, ISBN:9788856875973, pp 1151-1161

Trogu D and Campagna M, 2012, “Spatial statistics andComposite Indicators: A review of existing case studies and open research issues on Spatial Composite Indicators” in Campagna M, De Montis A, Lai S, Isola F, Pira C, and Zoppi C (eds) Planning Support tools: policy analysis, implementation and Evaluation, Franco Angeli, ISBN:9788856875973, pp 993-1005

Corona C and Campagna M, 2012, “Feasibility and design of a bike sharing system in Cagliari: a geodesign perspective” in Campagna M, De Montis A, Lai S, Isola F, Pira C, and Zoppi C (eds) Planning Support tools: policy analysis, implementation and Evaluation, Franco Angeli, ISBN:978885687597, pp1883-1897

Porceddu M and Campagna M, 2012, “Urbanisation processes in landscape protected areas in Sardinia” in Campagna M, De Montis A, Lai S, Isola F, Pira C, and Zoppi C (eds) Planning Support tools: policy analysis, implementation and Evaluation, Franco Angeli, ISBN:9788856875973, pp 427-437

Campagna M (2012). Geographic Information Systems (GIS). In: The Encyclopedia of Sustainability: Vol. 6. Measurements, Indicators, and Research Methods for Sustainability. vol. 6, p. 155-159, Massachusetts:Berkshire publishing group LLC, ISBN: 1933782404

2010

CRAGLIA M, CAMPAGNA M (2010) Advanced Regional SDIs in Europe: comparative cost-benefit evaluation and impact assessment perspectives, in International Journal of Spatial Data Infrastructures Research, vol. 5 pp 145-167

2009

CRAGLIA M, CAMPAGNA M. (eds) (2009). Report on Advanced Regional Spatial Data Infrastructures in Europe. European Commission Joint Research Centre IES, vol. EUR 23716 EN -2009, p. 1-132, ISBN: 978-92-79-11281-2

DE MONTIS A, CAMPAGNA M., CHESSA A, CASCHILI S, DEPLANO G (2009). Complex Network Analysis of Commuting: Recent Advances and a Research Agenda. In: REGGIANI A. AND NIJKAMP P. EDS. Complexity and Spatial Networks: In Search of Simplicity. NEW YORK: Springer, ISBN/ISSN: 978-3-642-01553-3

CAMPAGNA M., CRAGLIA M, LAFFI R, PICCIN A (2009). The socio-economic impact of the regional Spatial Data Infrastructure in Lombardy. In: CAGLIONI M., SCARLATTI F. EDS. Representation of Geographical Information for Planning. BOLOGNA: Società Editrice Esculapio, ISBN/ISSN: 978-88-7488-316-5

CAMPAGNA M. (2009). Naturbanization processes in Sardinia. In: PRADOS M.J. ED. Naturbanization: new identities and processes for rural-natural areas. p. 93-105, LEIDEN: CRC Press / Balkema, Taylor and Francis Group, ISBN/ISSN: 978-0-415-49000-9

2008

DE MONTIS A, CASCHILI S, CAMPAGNA M., CHESSA A, DEPLANO G (2008). Time Evolution of Complex Networks: Commuting Systems in Insular Italy. In: 48th Congress of the European Regional Science Association. Liverpool (UK), 27-31 August 2008

CAMPAGNA M. (2008). Tecnologie dell’informazione territoriale a supporto dei processi di recupero dei centri storici: un approccio metodologico. In: ORLANDO M. Il ruolo dei sistemi informativi territoriali nel recupero dei centri storici. MILANO: Franco Angeli, ISBN/ISSN: 978-88-568-0495-9

2007

De Montis A, Chessa A, Campagna M, Caschili S, Deplano G (2007) “Grouping complex systems: a weighted network comparative analysis”, International Conference Proceedings of the Joint Congress of the European Regional Science Association (47th Congress) and ASRDLF (Association de Science Régionale de Langue Française, 44th Congress)ERSA 2007, Paris (FR) Abstract: The paradigm of complex network has been used to model many real world phenomena, such as food webs, human interactions, the Internet, the world wide web, the spread of diseases, and genomics and proteomics. All these networks share a common structure: they are complex systems characterized by not identical elements connected by different kinds of interactions. Recently also in many fields grouped under the realm of regional science, a number of scholars have begun applying the paradigm of complex network analysis for modeling urban, regional and socio-economic systems. Such network models can be conceived of as interlaced compositions of individual entities (the nodes) and their multiple interactions (the links). In this study, the authors compare two inter-municipal commuting networks (MCN) pertaining to the Italian islands of Sardinia and Sicily, by approaching their characterization through a weighted network analysis. They develop on the results obtained for the MCN of Sardinia (De Montis et al. in press) and attempt to use network analysis as a mean of detection of similarities or dissimilarities between the systems at hand. De Montis, A., Barthelemy, M., Chessa, A. e Vespignani, A. (in press) The Structure of Inter-urban Traffic: A Weighted Network Analysis. Environment and Planning B – Planning and Design.Campagna M, Caschili S, Chessa A, De Montis A, Deplano G (2007) “Modeling commuters dynamics as complex network: the influence of the space”, CUPUM 2007 International Conference Proceedings, Iguassu Falls (BR) Abstract: This study extends previous works developed by the authors analysing the interplay between the dynamics and the economics of the real network underlying the regional inter-municipal commuting system of Sardinia, Italy. Further insights have been earned into the influence of the network spatial properties, by means of network modelling in GIS environment, which takes into account the inter-municipal distance features of the corresponding physical transport network. The authors discuss how modelling complex networks in a GIS environment may be considered an innovative approach in the field, as it allows to better think spatially about complex network models. In this perspective, they outlook a working framework on the possible integration settings between GIS and complex networks models.

2006

CAMPAGNA M., DE MONTIS A, DEPLANO G. (2006). PSS design: a general framework perspective. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT. vol. 6, pp. 163-179 ISSN: 1466-2132. Abstract: The paper presents a tentative framework for Planning Support System (PSS) design. The aim is to aid planners to fully exploit the potential offered by the introduction of Spatial Information Technology into planning practice. The framework proposed is based on a taxonomy of PSSs, which offers different conceptual models useful to adapt a general PSS model to different planning processes. The taxonomy is intended to set the application domain on which planners and developers may enhance the dialogue in system requirements analysis. A case study is proposed to illustrate the framework application and a perspective for further research development is given. Keywords: information and communication technology, planning support systems, information systems design.

ARLETH M, KREK A, CAMPAGNA M. (2006). Distribution of Public Administration GI-based Websites: Towards a Cross European Comparison Study. In: Proceedings of the 25th Urban Data Management Symposium. 25th Urban Data Management Symposium. May 15/17, 2006.

CAMPAGNA M. (2006). GIS for Sustainable Development. ISBN: 0-8493-3051-3. BOCA RATON: Taylor & Francis Group – CRC (UNITED STATES).
GIS for Sustainable DevelopmentGIS for Sustainable Development_ Flyer.pdf

2005

ARLETH M, CAMPAGNA M. (2005). Accessibility of GI for Public Participation: A Danish-Italian comparative study. In: 8th AGILE Conference on GIScience Conference Proceedings. Toppen, F and Painho, M (eds). 8th AGILE Conference on GIScience Conference. May 26-28, 2005. SUMMARY This paper reports an ongoing comparative study on the accessibility of Geographic Information at public authorities’ websites in Denmark and Italy. The purpose of the study is twofold; to give an idea of the latest development and diffusion of GI on public authorities websites, and to identify critical factors for success or failure of the applications. First part of the study therefore consists of a mapping of the level of accessibility of GI in the two countries as a comparative analysis. The focus of the mapping is mainly on the use of geographic information as support to citizens’ involve…

BARTHELEMY M, CAMPAGNA M., CHESSA A, DE MONTIS A, VESPIGNANI A. (2005). Emergent topological and dynamical properties of a real inter-municipal commuting network – perspectives for policy-making and planning. In: 45th Congress of the European Regional Science Association Proceedings: “Land Use and Water Management in a Sustainable Network Society”. 45th Congress of the European Regional Science Association. 23-27 August 2005. AMSTERDAM: Free University of Amsterdam (NETHERLANDS).

CAMPAGNA M., MARC BARTHELEMY, ALESSANDRO CHESSA, ANDREA DE MONTIS, ALESSANDRO VESPIGNANI. (2005). SPATIAL PROPERTIES OF WEIGHTED COMPLEX NETWORKS: A REAL WORLD CASE STUDY. In: Abstract of the 9th International Conference on Computers in Urban Planning and Management. 9th International Conference on Computers in Urban Planning and Management. July 2005. (vol. paper 357, pp. 1-17). ISBN/ISSN: 0-9550581-0-4.Abstract: We present the analysis of the inter-municipal commuting network of the Island of Sardinia, Italy. The logical and the physical network properties are investigated through several characterizing measures and discussed in relation with socio-economic and traffic emerging characteristics of Sardinia. The analysis presented here might represent a relevant tool in supporting policy-making and planning processes. Key-words: small worlds, scale free networks, weighted complex networks, commuting networks, socio-economic networks. http://128.40.111.250/cupum/searchpapers/papers/paper357.pdf. LONDON: CASA University College London (UNITED KINGDOM).

CAMPAGNA M., METTE ARLETH. (2005). PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION GI-BASED WEB-SITES FOR SPATIAL PLANNING: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS. In: Abstracts of the 9th International Conference on Computers in Urban Planning and Management. Computers in Urban Planning and Management. 2005. (vol. paper 384, pp. 1-16). ISBN/ISSN: 0-9550581-0-4. Abstract: In many countries, governments and local administrations promote initiatives to exploit the potential offered by the Internet giving citizens access to online virtual spaces on the Web where they deliver public sector information and services. Developments in web-GIS technology (Peng and Tzou, 2003) offer a plethora of tools for managing Geographic Information (GI) on the web. Those governmental bodies and local authorities whose mandates concern spatial development, started to publish GI contents on their web sites: according to their mandates, some of them publish geographic data implementing planning procedure on the web. With this premise, the paper deals with the use of Public Administration GI on the web, and focuses on the support to spatial planning processes. The results are presented of an ongoing comparative study on the accessibility of Geographic Information at public authorities’ websites in Denmark and Italy based on an analysis methodology already applied to the Ital…

2004

CAMPAGNA M., GIANCARLO DEPLANO. (2004). Evaluating geographic information provision within public administration websites. ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING B-PLANNING & DESIGN. vol. 31, pp. 21-37 ISSN: 0265-8135. Abstract. The authors are concerned with the provision of public sector geographic information (GI) and the use of GI technologies (GITs) within public administration websites, with particular reference to planning. Results of a survey carried out by the authors on an Italian case study are evaluated with respect to the GI content and technology adopted. A rapid evaluation method is proposed to analyse and compare GI/GIT-diffusion frameworks within public administration at the national level.

CAMPAGNA M. (2004). Le tecnologie dell’informazione spaziale per il governo dei processi insediativi. (vol. 1, pp. 13-175). ISBN: 8846454154.Le tecnoclogie dell’Informazione Spaziale per il governo dei processi insediativi
Il volume approfondisce aspetti della ricerca scientifica nel campo dei sistemi di supporto alla pianificazione del territorio. Partendo dall’analisi delle teorie e dei metodi tradizionali della pianificazione, sono esplorate le potenzialità innovative degli strumenti e delle tecnologie dell’informazione spaziale applicate alla disciplina urbanistica. L’autore rivolge particolare interesse all’approfondimento delle scienze dell’informazione geografica ed al loro impiego nei processi online di governo del territorio. Tale tendenza, di recente affermatisi nella pubblica amministrazione grazie alla diffusione di Internet, consente di attualizzare la metafora delle cosiddette “città digitali” integrandosi con le pratiche innovative di gestione urbana. MILANO: Franco Angeli.

CAMPAGNA M., DEPLANO G. (2004). What’s Planning (Support System Design)?. In: Proceedings 12th Int. Conference on Geoinformatics − Geospatial Information Research: Bridging the Pacific and Atlantic. Geoinformatics 2004. 7-9 June 2004.

2003

CAMPAGNA M., DEPLANO G. (2003). Procedure VIA e VAS in Sardegna. AREAVASTA. vol. 6/7, pp. 70-75 ISSN: 1825-7526. Abstract: Anche se in ritardo rispetto alle altre regioni italiane, anche la Sardegna sta procedendo alla valutazione ex ante ambientale. Giancarlo Deplano e Michele Campagna, illustrano le recenti esperienze di Via maturate in quella regione. http://areavasta.provincia.salerno.it/home.html.

DEPLANO G, CAMPAGNA M. (2003). Abusivismo e ambiente: il paradosso di Molentargius. URBANISTICA INFORMAZIONI. vol. 190 ISSN: 0392-5005.

2001

CAMPAGNA M. (2001). SIRCS: Sistema Informativo Geografico per la gestione degli interventi di recupero nel Centro Storico. In: POLETTI A. GIS Metodi e Strumenti per un nuovo Governo della Città e del territorio. : Maggioli (ITALY).

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