L’uso di software open source nel processo di pianificazione partecipata

Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Enzo Falco
Publishing Year 2016 Issue 2016/78 Language Italian
Pages 7 P. 159-165 File size 370 KB
DOI 10.3280/TR2016-078019
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Partendo dalla condivisione della necessità d’includere i cittadini all’interno dei processi di formazione delle scelte pubbliche, il saggio cerca di presentare l’uso di alcuni software open source per facilitarne l’inclusione. Dopo una discussione teorica dell’e-planning ed e-participation, sono presentati software di collaborative mapping e Public Participation gis, blogs e social media, sistemi di supporto alle decisioni e analisi e simulazione spaziale che rispondono alla necessità di essere integrati in un processo di piano strutturato nelle seguenti fasi: percezione del problema e della necessità di un’azione; formulazione e discussione delle alternative; scelta

Keywords: Partecipazione pubblica; community planning; e-planning

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Enzo Falco, L’uso di software open source nel processo di pianificazione partecipata in "TERRITORIO" 78/2016, pp 159-165, DOI: 10.3280/TR2016-078019