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  • Some aspects of the multivariate analysis of spatial structures in European progress in spatial analysis.
  • Theoretische Grundlagen der Arealstrukturanalyse. (Theoretical fundamentals of area structure analysis)
  • Areal structure analysis ; Espace ; Généralités sur la géographie ; Méthodologie ; Paysage ; Structure spatiale
  • Areal structure analysis is a general method to investigate our natural environment. It is based on the knowledge of the general specific laws governing the structure formation of the landscape sphere. (HL).
  • 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.
  • An application of correspondence analysis in urban geography compared with cluster analysis and principal component analysis
  • Statistical analysis on microcomputer
  • Some application of supercomputers in urban and regional analysis and modelling
  • Market-area analysis with a rectangular grid network
  • Principles of ecosystem modelling in Analysis of marine ecosystems.
  • Quantitative methods : regression analysis
  • An approach to objective collection and analysis of data for comparison of Landscape character
  • Computer programs for the analysis of categorical data
  • Model selection in analyzing spatial groups in regression analysis
  • The measurement of efficiency in multiunit public services in Special issue on quantitative methods and policy analysis.
  • Administration ; Data Envelopment Analysis ; Efficacité ; Evaluation des résultats ; Généralités sur la géographie ; Mathématique ; Mesure ; Programmation linéaire ; Service public
  • Les performances des services multidimensionnels sont mesurées à l'aide de la technique du Data Envelopment Analysis, qui utilise tant la programmation linéaire que la programmation non-linéaire.
  • Principal components analysis and factor analysis in geographical research: some problems andissues
  • Delimiting geographical units and selecting the indicators: correspondence analysis as an aid in European progress in spatial analysis.
  • Application of path analysis in regional studies in Geographical essays in Hungary.
  • Chemin de graphes ; Etude régionale ; Généralités sur la géographie ; Mathématique ; Méthodologie ; Path analysis ; Régionalisation
  • The application of path analysis in regional studies facilitates a detailed exploration of the internal structure of correlation coefficients which should not be missed if an exact definition of fundamental processes determining settlement
  • Network evacuation modelling for flooding as a result of dam failure in Special issue on quantitative methods and policy analysis.
  • Catastrophe ; Evacuation de la population ; Généralités sur la géographie ; Inondation ; MASSVAC-MVOPL analysis ; Modèle mathématique ; Modélisation ; Rupture de barrage
  • Hierarchical levels in spatial analysis
  • An empirical example of a multi-level spatial investigation is summarized. The empirical advantages of using a hierarchy of levels in spatial analysis are then discussed. The use of various analytical methods in the spatial hierarchy leads
  • A note on statistical approaches to shift-share analysis
  • Analyse de la variance ; Généralités sur la géographie ; Modèle ERR ; Modèle de Theil-Gosh ; Méthodologie ; Shift-share analysis ; Système stochastique
  • Spectral analysis and distributed lags in geographical studies of local unemployment: 1. Spectral and cross-spectral analysis
  • In this paper, the theoretical background of spectral and cross-spectral analysis is discussed in some depth, since in the estimation of the spectrum and cross-spectrum a number of important decisions must be make for which no hare-and-fast rules