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  • The weighting method of Pj factor analysis in the assessment of environmental quality.
  • The method stresses the avoidance of subjective judgement in measuring the environmental value and the use of factor analysis to estimate the objective contribution of specific assessment parameters and their interrelationships. It is then possible
  • The idea of island industrialization as against port industrialization on the mainland of the 1970s, now calls for special attention. In view of the many substitutions and interaction possibilities in this field, a factor analysis is applied
  • to detect the source variables. The first and main conclusion is the existence of a strong space-linkage with the most important location factors. Finally, in combination with an analysis of the ratings of relevant location factors, it is pointed out
  • A természeti kornyezet tényezoinek relative értékelése.. (A relative evaluation of the factors of the physical environment)
  • An experiment for the comprehensive agricultural assessment of environmental quality through the analysis of partial potentials (subsurface rocks, relief, climate, water availability, soils, vegetation and mineral resources). Tables for scoring
  • multivariate logistic regression. The results indicate the importance of the type of household in mediating the impact of selective factors on the likelihood of moving. Further analysis provides insights into the residential decision processes of the two
  • Selective factors in aged migration have only rarely been explored within a multivariate framework. In this paper a conceptual framework of the decision process of aged households is formalized in terms of these selective factors and evaluated using
  • Fyysisten ympäristotekijoiden suhde alikehittyneisyyteen. (Physical environmental factors in relation to underdevelopment)
  • The main theme of this study is the relationships between climatic conditions and human activities. From a global level the analysis proceeds step by step to the local level, and discusses how a traditional subsistence economy is changed
  • into a monocultural monetary one because of the pressure of external factors. The connections of monoculture to the environment are one-sided and it produces ecological problems as well as problems in the quality of life of human societies (subsistence malaise).
  • An analysis of residential developer location factors in a fast growth urban region
  • A Factor analysis of socio-economic determinants of property crimes in cities
  • The structure of interurban connectivity: a dyadic factor analysis of Prairie commodity flows
  • Analysis of drainage density and similar parameters in relation to soil and vegetation characteristics
  • Deterioration in soil structure and removal of protective plant cover are important factors in erosion. The problem should be studied by inter-disciplinary teams to advise rural peoples and help them to prevent erosion. (EMS).
  • Joint effect of personal factors and ecological variables on the interprovincial migration pattern of young adults in Canada : a nested logit analysis
  • Factors of urbanisation in the nineteenth century developed countries : a descriptive and econometric analysis
  • Spatial patterns of social change : the return of the great Canadian factor analysis.
  • Location analysis of bridges and its application in urban traffic planning in China.
  • on examples from several cities an allocation model is derived for the location of bridges that takes into account the factor of through traffic capacity as well. (TNC).
  • De facto redlining a geographic view
  • Analyse de régression ; Ann Arbor ; Construction urbaine ; Crise urbaine ; Développement urbain ; Etablissement de crédit ; Etats-Unis ; Finance ; Financement ; Flint ; Géographie humaine ; Logement ; Michigan ; Path analysis ; Processus de décision
  • are discussed. From that, hypotheses are made regarding the elements of the environment which should constitute the regional production milieu and thus influence the efficiency of the firms. By way of factor analysis the original variables are reduced to seven
  • regional factors, which are put into productivity functions where their parameters are estimated. From those parameters indexes of regional efficiency are calculated.
  • 7 countries, USA, Australia, Federal German republic, Poland, USSR, Canada, and South Afr. Republic export large amounts of coal| while, among developed countries, Japan is by far the first importer, followed by France, and Italy. Factor Analysis
  • Work decentralisation from large to small firms : a preliminary analysis of subcontracting
  • The Segregation of socio-economic groups in urban areas: a comparative analysis