Nuno Norte Pinto

Book Chapters

6. Shakeri, M., R. Kingston and N. Pinto, “Game Science or Games and Science? Towards an Epistemological Understanding of Use of Games in Scientific Fields”, in T. Marsh, M. Ma, M. F. Oliveira, J. B. Hauge, S. Göbel (Eds), Serious Games – Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 9894, Springer, pp 163-168, 2016 [link]

5. Pinto, N., A. Antunes, J. Roca, “Modelos de autómatos celulares para a simulação da evolução das estruturas urbanas” in Oliveira, V., T. Marat-Mendes and P. Pinho, O estudo da forma urbana em Portugal, University of Porto Press, Porto, Portugal, pp , 2015

4. Pinto, N., D. Lancrenon, M. Berchtold, “The use of ICT in planning practice: contributions to an effective link between real and virtual cities and territories”, in Pinto, N. N., J. A. Tenedório, A. p. Antunes and J. Roca, Technologies for Urban and Spatial Planning: Virtual cities and territories , IGI Global, Hershey, PA, USA, pp 14-28, 2014

3. Pinto, N., A. Antunes, “The Portuguese Planning System and the Planning Practice over the Last Two Decades”, in Tira, M., E. van der Krabben and B. Zanon (Eds), Land Management for Urban Dynamics. Innovative methods and practices in a changing Europe, Maggiori Editore, Milano, Italy, pp 193-208, 2011

2. Nicksic, M., N. N. Pinto, L. Tillmemans, “Redefining Planning Goals to Improve Land Mobilization”, In Lachance-Bernard N. N. Pinto, B. Havel and H. Ploegmakers, Land Use Management and Mobilization in Europe: Regimes, Policies and Processes, EPFL and Department of Civil Engineering of the University of Coimbra Coimbra, Portugal, pp 71-84, 2010

1. Pinto, N., A. Antunes, J. Roca, “Cellular Automata in Urban Simulation: Basic Notions and Recent Developments”, In Bavaud, F. and C. Mager, Handbook on Theoretical Quantitative Geography, FGSE, University of Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland, pp 365-402, 2009