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  • The three-way factor analysis of spatio-temporal change of Poland's socio-economic structure
  • The three-way model of factor analysis is introduced into the study of the evolution of spatial patterns. This model achieves an integration of the temporal and spatial approaches to socio-economic structure. Three-way factor analysis is used
  • 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
  • Climatic classification of Saudi Arabia : an application of factor-cluster analysis
  • Arid area ; Climate ; Climate classification ; Cluster analysis ; Factor analysis ; Multivariate analysis ; Saudi Arabia
  • This study is aimed to be a contribution to climatic regionalization of Saudi Arabia. The data used here have been obtained from 56 meteorological stations. The results obtained by a multivariate factor-cluster analysis are compared with those
  • Assessment of the physical environment from agricultural aspect by factor analysis
  • Applied geomorphology ; Ecology ; Environment ; Farming;Agriculture ; Hungary ; Land use ; Principal components analysis
  • In the present study factor analysis based on 12 components is used. In the knowledge of data structure the necessary factors were created by factor analysis. The analysis resulted in two main factors. This study is of double aim : theoretical
  • Spatial patterns of commuting in South Wales, 1951-1971: a factor analysis definition
  • Essai de délimitation de régions fonctionnelles à partir des flux de migrations alternantes. Higher order factor analysis.
  • Geographical analysis of the industrial economic return of Chinese cities
  • China ; City size ; Factor of production ; Labour productivity ; Regression analysis ; Urban development ; Urban economy ; Urban industry
  • A city's industrial economic return is correlated with its size. Many other factors have important impacts on returns from urban economic activity. The results of regression analysis indicate that industrial investment and industrial mix are the two
  • most telling factors of geographic differentiation of urban industrial economic return in China. Large entreprises have a negative impact. The influence of these factors differ from region to region.
  • Engines of Growth beyond Metropolitan Areas - Success Factors and Recommendations for Action to Support Development
  • The article deals with the development (viewed from a structure-analysis perspective), the determinants and factors behind the success of regional growth engines, the factors responsible for the success of growth engines beyond metropolitan areas
  • Principal components analysis and factor analysis in geographical research: some problems andissues
  • Lineage as a factor in landscape analysis
  • Australia ; Geomorphogenesis ; Geomorphology ; Landscape analysis ; Regional geology ; Sedimentary ; South Australia ; Tectonics
  • and have causative chronologies dating well back into time and even into the Precambrian. An analysis of such lineage can provide a new perspective to landscape studies.
  • Statistical analysis of factors influencing cliff erosion along a section of the West Wales coast, U.K.
  • This study attempts to provide a better understanding of the factors influencing cliff erosion along this section of coastline, particular reference being given to the role of wave action on unconsolidated cliffs of glacial drift
  • Determination of location-specific factors at the intra-metropolitan level : Istanbul case
  • Direct investment ; Factor analysis ; Foreign investment ; Industry ; Istanbul ; Location ; Metropolitan area ; Regression analysis ; Service ; Turkey
  • On uninterpretability of factor analysis results
  • The climatic structure of the Soviet Union: a factor analysis approach
  • Factors influencing human beach choice on three South African beaches: a multivariate analysis
  • Attendance ; Behaviour ; Cape Province ; Enquiry ; Leisure ; Multivariate analysis ; Preference ; Seaside resort ; South Africa ; Tourism ; Tourist facilities
  • This paper investigates, by means of a questionnaire survey the factors influencing human beach choice on three beaches with different levels of development and whether respondents on the different beaches consider different characteristics
  • important on an ideal beach. By means of multiple discriminant analysis, visitors can be classified according to the beaches they are interviewed on, based solely on the different reasons for visiting them as well as on the characteristics they consider
  • Dynamic variations of water quality in Taihu Lake and multivariate analysis of its influential factors
  • Beijing ; China ; Eutrophication ; Lake ; Pollution ; Principal components analysis ; Seasonal variation ; Spatial variation ; Suspended load ; Water quality
  • Dynamic variation of water quality in Meiliang Bay and part of West Taihu Lake has been analysed based on data from 1991 to 1992. Principal component analysis is used to reveal the mutual relationships of various factors.
  • Principal components analysis, factor analysis, and point coordinates in the study of multivariate allometry in Geomathematical and petrophysical studies in Sedimentology. An international Symposium.
  • Multivariate generalizations of the bivariate allometric equations are provided by the principal components or factors derived from a covariance matrix of the logarithms of the original measurements.
  • Az ipari fejlettség területi külonbségeinek vizsgalata Békés megyében faktoranalizis segitségével. (Regional differences in the level of industrial development in Békés county-an approach based on factor analysis)
  • The level of industrial development in the settlements of Békés county was studies by the method of principal components analysis of factor analysis. The study is based on 10 selected indexes for the year 1977. (CK).
  • Asia ; Classification ; Climatology ; Cluster analysis ; Discriminant analysis ; Factor analysis ; Methodology ; Monsoon ; Multivariate analysis ; Orographic effect ; Precipitation ; Tibet ; Zonation
  • A climatic regionalization of the Tibet (Xizang) Autonomous Region (TAR) is developed based on a multivariate analysis of temperature and precipitation records of two data sets from the periods 1971-1980 and 1980-1989. Cluster analysis, factor
  • analysis and discriminant analysis were followed up. The results of the multivariate statistical analysis were compared with traditional classification schemes published by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). For temperature zonation and, in particular
  • , for the distribution of precipitation, the high mountain topography of Tibet is interpreted as the determining factor.
  • A palya-analizis alkalmazasa a területi kutatasokban. (Application of path analysis in regional research)
  • Analyse multivariée ; Cluster analysis ; Généralités sur la géographie ; Hongrie ; Mathématique ; Méthodologie ; Recherche régionale ; Type de peuplement
  • The brief description of the method is followed by a possible application (for the establishment of types of settlements in Hungary). The subjectivity of factor-analyses can be reduced by path analysis.
  • Use of sensitivity analysis to evaluate key factors for improving slash-and-burn cultivation systems on the Eastern Escarpment of Madagascar
  • Development strategy ; Environmental degradation ; Farming system ; Land use ; Malagasy Republic ; Mountain ; Resource management ; Sensitivity analysis ; Slash and burn agriculture
  • The slash-and-burn pluvial rice cultivation that predominates in the agriculture of the Eastern Escarpment of Madagascar is causing ecological degradation and is aggravating poverty. Study uses sensitivity analysis, which uses existing knowledge
  • to set priorities among key factors associated with a development objective. Key factors in promoting sustainable development were found to be intensification and compact production units of cash crops (fruits and vagetables), irrigated rice
  • , and integrated livestock production. Interventions in land access and marketing were found to be the most important factors in inducing such change. - (SLD)