Full text: ARCH+ : Studienhefte für architekturbezogene Umweltforschung und -planung (1969, Jg. 2, H. 5-8)

Land, construction and other cost estimates used to 
calculate project replacement cost, investor’s 
equity, mortgage, debt service charges, operating 
expenses and minimum economic rent. Economic 
theory employed. Flow diagrams, case examples and 
the model’s use for project, program and policy 
decisions presented. Programmed for time-sharing 
San Francisco Community Renewal Program. Model 
of San Francisco Housing Market, C-65400, 
Cambridge, Arthur D. Little, Inc., January 1966 
Model matches households and housing supply to 
simulate residential development. Markov aging 
model, location characteristics, neighborhood 
classification, "fracts", space pressures and housing 
types employed. 35.000 computer instructions, 
15.000 data items, 2 1/2 hours IBM 7094 running 
time rquired. Will test policy when operable 
Schlager, Kenneth J., "A Land Use Plan Design 
Model", Journal of the American Institute of 
Planners, Volume XXXI, Number 2 (May 1965), 
pp- 103-111 
Economic preference theory underlies a linear pro- 
gramming matrix minimizing aggregate investment 
costs subject to locators (residents, industries, etc. 
demand requirements; 30 zones, 400 variables, 60 
constraints, 20 minutes of IBM 7090 running time. 
Input requirements and the planners role in formu- 
lating, guiding and forecasting land development 
are discussed. Research model 
Steger, Wilburg A., "The Pittsburgh Urban Renewal 
Simulation Model", Journal of the American Insti- 
tute of Planners, Volume XXXI, Number 2 (May 
1965), pp. 144-150 
Policy testing model developed and tested to project 
residential locations using job locations, commercial 
activity. Factor analysis used to derive multiple 
regression parameters. Input-output, linear pro- 
gramming submodels, 30 computer routines, 30 
minutes running time. Articulates structure of 
simulation models, information requirements, data 
collection and management 
Ackoff, Russell L. The Design of Social Research, 
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‘Gaming Simulation for Urban Plan- 
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2 January, 1966, pp. 3-17 
Ellis, Jack B., Koening, Herman E., and Milstein, 
David N. Physical Systems Analysis of Socio- 
Economic Situations, East Lansing, 
Michigan State University, October 
Hamilton, Calvin 
"Monitor System for Urban Planning", 
Second Annual Conference on Urban 
Planning Information Systems and Pro- 
grams, Sept. 1964, pp. 23-41 
"The Limits of Science and Humanism 
in Planning", Journal of the American 
Institute of Planners, Vol. XXXII, 
No. 5, September 1967, pp. 324-335 
“Plan or Projection", Journal of the 
American Institute of Planners, Volume 
XXVI, No. 4 (November 1960), pp. 
"Quantitative Models of Urban Devel- 
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Policy-Making", in: Issues in Urban 
Economics, by Harvey S. Perloff and 
London Wing, Jr., Baltimore, John 
Hopkins Press, 1968 
Kilbridge, Maurice, O’ Block, Robert, and Teplitz, Paul 
"A Conceptual Framework for Urban 
Planning Models", Management Science 
Application Series), February, 1969 
Morris, William 
"On the Art of Modeling", Manage- 
ment Science, Vol. 13, No. 12, 
August, 1967, pp. B-707 - B-717 
‚ and Finger, J.M. 
'Verification of Computer Simulation 
Models", Management Science, Vol. 
14, No. 2, Oct. 1967, pp. B-92 - 
The San Francisco Housing Simulation 
Model, class discussion at the Harvard 
Graduate School of Business Adminis- 
tration, Boston, 1968 
‘On Some Meanings of Planning", 
Journal of the American Institute of 
Planners, Vol. XXXII, No. 3, May, 
1966, pp. 130-142 
"The Growth of Science in Society" 
Minerva, Vol. V, No. 4, Summer 
1967, pp. 533-545 
"Simulating Social Systems", Interna- 
tional Science and Technology, March. 
1964, pp. 62-69 
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New York, Harper & Row, 1965 
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ARENA (The Architectural Association 
Journal) April, 1967, pp. 260-265 
Naylor, Thomas 
O’ Block, Robert 
Peterson, William 
Polanzi, Michael 
Pool, Ithiel de So 
Popper, Karl R 
Wilson, Alan 
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