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Représenter la vulnérabilité transfrontalière : un modèle pour la mobilité

Abstract : From walking to driving, the evolution of territories can be exposed according to the succession of transport systems. This relationship is demonstrated by our method of systemic representation which is also represented and tested in a particular research context: cross-border territories. While cross-border cooperation and exchange projects are happen in metropolitan contexts, we are seeing a significant break in cross-border "between-the-border" territories. Are the border territories between the two more vulnerable than the "state" territories; because of their urban model and their transportation systems? The purpose of this thesis is to study the border processes operating in these two territories. The approach we used is resolutely far from classical studies. It is based on systemic theories and develops understanding and perception of transboundary urban phenomena, applied to the cross-border territory of Mons-Valenciennes. In order to build our systemic model, we experiment different representations on 20 study cases and urban models according to their transport systems; by their structural, functional and historical systemic triangulation. These representations are accompanied by a search for geographic information and transposable data in order to build our database in a cross-border Geographic Information System (GIS). We finally apply this GIS on the concerned cross-border territory in order to represent its vulnerability according to a systemic model for mobility.
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Thomas Waroux. Représenter la vulnérabilité transfrontalière : un modèle pour la mobilité. Sciences de l'information et de la communication. Université de Valenciennes et du Hainaut-Cambrésis; Université de Mons, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018VALE0044⟩. ⟨tel-03366340⟩



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