Geographic Information Systems
for Group Decision Making
Univeristy of Idaho
University of Washington
The findings of this volume show how research into the use of group-based GIS results in new knowledge of participatory problem-solving and decision making. It provides keys to a collaborative spatial decision making approach using theory, methodology and substance. Examples of spatial decision problems include allocation of funds for primary health care, site selection for transportation improvement, and arrangement of sites for estuarine habitat (re)development.
This book has two clear aims:
Piotr Jankowski is in the Department of Geography at the University of Idaho where he teaches and researches in GIS development, quantitative methods, spatial problem solving, and group decision making.
Timothy Nyerges is in the Department of Geography at the University of Washington where he teaches and researches in GIS design and social-behavioural studies of collaborative, geospatial decision problem solving.
GIS for Group Decision Making (pdf)