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  • Az észak-magyarorszagi korzet foutvonalhalozatanak matrix-algebrai elemzése. (A matrix-algebraic analysis of the main road network of the North-Hungarian economic region)
  • The graph theory and the matrix algebraic method of J. Taafe and L. Gauthier is applied to describe the topological structure of the network. It is shown that the most accessible areas are not in the geographical centre of the region
  • Hungary ; Telecommunications ; Telematics ; Telephone ; Transmission network
  • of the existing national telecommunication network. The spread of telefax facilities followed the settlement hierarchy, from above to the bottom. - (JS)
  • Hungary ; Telecommunications ; Telematics ; Telephone ; Transmission network
  • of the existing national telecommunication network. The spread of telefax facilities followed the settlement hierarchy, from above to the bottom. - (JS)
  • Budapest ; Economic development ; Historical account ; Hungary ; Network ; Telecommunications ; Urban agglomeration
  • This study focuses on the historical development of telecommunications in the agglomeration of Budapest. Due to the long and intensive development process, in Hungary a Budapest-centred and efficient telecommunication network emerged by the late
  • This is a study about the geographical features of the development of telephone network in Budapest from the very beginning up to the Second World War. In the spatial development of the local telephone network author identifies different periods
  • The first part of the article describes Tisza River valley as part and a special region of the Great Hungarian Plain. The physical geographical and economic processes shaping the transport network and the changing importance of the Tisza River
  • Differences in rural living standards are reflected on macro-, meso-and microregional levels alike. The small villages in the mountains with bus transport only are in backward position engraved by the rise in fares. Development (of transport network