Eastman C, Penz A, 1974, "Decision making in adaptive environments" Environment and Planning A 6(2) 131 – 148
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Decision making in adaptive environments
C Eastman, A Penz
Received 27 February 1973, in revised form 20 December 1973
Abstract. The value of an adaptive environment is determined by the decision rules used to modify it. These rules are central to the effective use of such an environment, as well as forming the basis for its design. In this paper, standard replacement models are extended to provide rules for decision makers in different contexts, and applied to provide insights into the design and use of adaptive environmental systems.
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