1988 年 19 巻 p. 233-243
Processes such as spatial planning and (building) construction in urban and rural areas need a lot of information for decisionmaking, particularly land information.
The data handlings by that field are executed with view to better problem solving and better results. In relation to that we have to consider two aspects of the tools developed for spatial planning and (building) construction, that is, land information data handling or land information systems (LIS), and tools for decision support.
Because our attention focusses on spatial planning and (building) construction in developing countries special references to the circumstances in such countries are necessary, and above all, those circumstances urge the development of adapted approaches.
A number of (prototyped) examples of such adapted approaches will be described.
Finally, in the conclusions, the adapted microcomputer approaches for the support of spatial decisionmaking will be evaluated with reference to LIS.