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  • An historico-geographical perspective on time and space and on period and place
  • Fuzzy geographical space. About soft imprecise-and soft uncertain geographical spaces
  • Some problems in cartographical interpretation of geographical space
  • Geographical space is the most frequent case of cartographical interpretation. It is conceived more widely by compilation of synthetical maps. Attention is paid to the problems of both cartographical representation of metrics and spatial
  • Between space and time : reflections on the geographical imagination
  • Capitalism ; Esthetics ; Geopolitics ; Historical geography ; Social change ; Social life ; Social reproduction ; Social space ; Social theory ; Space ; Time
  • This study of the historical geography of concepts of space and time suggests that the roots of the social construction of these concepts lie in the mode of production and its characteristic social relations.
  • Representation of geographic space in natural language, minds, culture and computers
  • Cartographic technique ; Geographical information system ; Latin America ; Spatial representation ; Technology transfer
  • Commercial geographical information systems are based on linguistic assumptions of English-speaking North America. Romance languages structure space in different ways complicating the GIS technology transfer to Latin America.―(DWG)
  • ST The geographical study of underground space at Yokohama station
  • While the vertical differentiation of urban function has advanced in Japanese cities since the 1960's. the underground has been utilized as new space for retailing, parking and public street. The purpose of this is to analyse characteristics
  • of the underground space in front of Yokohama station from the horizontal viewpoint. - (K. Abe).
  • Cultural studies ; Imperialism ; Place ; Semiotics of space ; Space ; Territory
  • The title is borrowed from Edward Said, one of those rare critics for whom a geographical imagination is indispensable. Geography is a recurrent motif in Said's writings because he is deeply interested in space and spatiality. The recognition
  • Software and the automatic production of space. Theme issue
  • Algorithm ; Computing ; Internet ; Production of space ; Simulation ; Software ; Space ; Technology ; Virtual space
  • The goal of this theme issue is to bring geographical work on code and pervasive computing into alignment with emerging themes of software studies. It builds on a number of significant research articles by geographers that have begun the task
  • Concept ; Geopolitics ; Social sciences ; Space ; State ; Territorial strategy ; War
  • war and space, physical space remains a key issue in any war and, as such, geographers should examine it. Such an examination cannot be limited to critical approaches or geographers will fall short in competition with scholars from other fields
  • This article highlights an understudied phenomenon : the relationship between space and war. The relationship between war and space is presented at two main levels, tactical and strategic. It is argued that despite many changes in relations between
  • Domestic space and disability in nineteenth-century Melbourne, Australia
  • Australia ; Daily life ; Disability ; Historical geography ; Melbourne ; Social space ; Victoria
  • they lived, and to illustrate the socio-spatial relations that shaped their lives. Although the social geographical focus of the paper is on the historical domestic environment, the analysis also considers other key social spaces. The paper traces some
  • The paper contributes to the historical-geographical understanding of disability in Australia by exploring the spatial context of physical impairment in 19th century Melbourne. The paper seeks to locate disabled people by showing where and how
  • of important socio-spatial relationships that connected domestic space to other key sites in disabled people's everyday lives.
  • Space–time integration in geography and GIScience
  • Accessibility ; Applied geography ; Behaviour ; Geographical information system ; Health ; Historiography ; Segregation ; Space time
  • In this special section dedicated to space-time integration in geography and GIScience, the authors analyse successively the following issues : 1-Real-time space–time integration in GIScience and geography ; 2-Prospects for a space–time GIS ; 3
  • -Beyond space (as we knew it): toward temporally integrated geographies of segregation, health, and accessibility ; 4-On the cyberinfrastructure for GIS-enabled historiography ; 5-Space–time behavior research in China: recent development and future
  • prospect ; 6-Analytical data transformations in space–time region : three stories of space–time cube.
  • The multiplant business enterprise and geographical space: some issues in the study of external control and regional development
  • Rural development space in Africa in Our geographic mosaic: research essays in honour of G.C. Merrill.
  • Fuzzy geographical space: algorithm of fuzzy classification and application to fuzzy regionalization
  • An event of geographical ethics in spaces of affect
  • The event of space : geographic allusions in the phenomenological tradition
  • Concept ; Epistemology ; Space
  • Phase space : geography, relational thinking, and beyond
  • Concept ; Human geography ; Region ; Social sciences ; Space
  • Relational thinking challenges human geography by insisting on an open-ended mobile, networked, and actor-centred geographic becoming. The paper discusses the importance of this relational turn by positioning it within the lineage of philosophical
  • approaches to space in geography. It highlights some sciences and limits, factors that constrain, structure, and connect space. The paper then offers a moderate relationism by discussing the notion of phase space.
  • The spaces of knowledge: contributions towards a historical geography of science
  • Civilization ; Cognitive space ; Cultural studies ; Geographical space ; Historical geography ; Philosophy of sciences ; Place ; Sciences ; Social practice ; Social space ; Space
  • The geographical significance of development of Minshuku Region
  • The purpose of this paper is to review the development processes of minshuku regions based on case studies, and to discuss their geographical relevances. It concludes that regional change is a process where the use of time and space is intensified
  • Using the transformation problem to measure the proximity between two sets of weighted points in a geographical space
  • Distance ; Distribution of points ; Geographical space ; Linear programming ; Location ; Optimization ; Proximity ; Transport cost