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Numérisation de données et aménagement du territoire, réflexions à partir de la création d’une base de données géo-historique permettant la vectorisation collaborative d’un réseau viaire régional sur le temps long : cas d’étude : Besançon et Dijon (1786-2019)

Abstract : In the context of the COVADEO Project, this document aims to show the progress made in understanding the historical evolution of the territorial patterns of the Burgundy-Franche-Comté region, located in eastern France. This is done through the collaborative vectorization of historical maps, which allows us extracting the geometries of each of the roads that can be observed on those maps. In turn, this information is stored in a geo-historical database by which we can track the evolution of the regional road system over time. In this regard, the present study shows that road networks are one of the systems that structure the territory and directly influence its morphology. In addition, this study allows us understanding the importance of identifying the historical causes of territorial problems and challenges, in order to establish urban and regional planning strategies adapted to the environmental, social, and economic conditions of each territory.
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Christian Andrey Rincón Acosta. Numérisation de données et aménagement du territoire, réflexions à partir de la création d’une base de données géo-historique permettant la vectorisation collaborative d’un réseau viaire régional sur le temps long : cas d’étude : Besançon et Dijon (1786-2019). Géographie. 2020. ⟨hal-03117009⟩

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