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  • A quantitative-comparative approach to analysis of distortion in mental maps
  • 1984
  • 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
  • 1984
  • Quantitative model analysis of the regional population and economic changes arising from the industrial development
  • 1984
  • Transportation policy analysis in Transport-location interactions.
  • 1984
  • Break-even analysis for multiple product firms
  • 1984
  • Protocol analysis and spatial behavior
  • 1984
  • This paper analyses the distribution of residential burglary in Newcastle-under-Lyme, UK. a small town with a population of 73.000 in 1981. The analysis is in four parts: the first is concerned with the means of reporting burglary incidents
  • | the second with the spatial analysis of burglary incidents at the enumeration district and the individual household level| the third with an ecological analysis of the burglary incidents| and the fourth with an examination of journey to burgle characteristics
  • . The study shows that some areas of low socio-economic status are vulnerable to high burglary rates as are some individual households within such areas. The ecological analysis further defines the nature of the low socio-economic status areas, which
  • are vulnerable to high burglary rates, The journey to burgle analysis shows the proximity of offender and victim in cases of residential burglary.
  • 1984
  • Special issue in honor of William H. Miernyk. Input-output analysis and regional economic development
  • 1984
  • Differences in spatial pricing in the United States: a statistical analysis and case studies
  • 1984
  • City function and character are interrelated, both changing with time. The assessment of city character should also be based on the regional analysis,quantitative and qualitative analysis, and a comparative approach is important. Problems waiting
  • 1984
  • Factorial ecology versus cluster analysis: the intra-urban residential structure of the city of Hamburg
  • Allemagne de l'Ouest ; Analyse des groupes ; Cluster analysis ; Différenciation spatiale ; Ecologie factorielle ; Grande ville ; Géographie humaine ; Hamburg ; Localisation résidentielle ; Milieu social urbain ; Méthodologie ; Structure urbaine
  • 1984
  • The use of vacancy chains and loglinear models to analyse relationships among housing sub-markets in Dutch geography in the 1980s. A selection of contribucions to the I.G.U. 1984.
  • In the Netherlands housing needs will have to be satisfied increasingly within the existing stock. As a result the redistribution effects of construction programs will become of prime importance. Vacancy chain analysis is used to measure housing
  • of the model is the delimitation of spatial and sectoral sub-markets. The spatial sub-markets are derived by means of cluster-analysis. Loglinear analysis is used to assess the sectoral sub-markets and to evaluate the linkages among these sub-markets.
  • 1984
  • A proposed method for the analysis of public health policy in less developed countries
  • 1984
  • Conserving rental housing: a policy analysis
  • 1984
  • Farm location and off-farm employment: an analysis of spatial risk strategies
  • 1984
  • An application of conjoint analysis to leisure research: cultural preferences in Canada
  • 1984
  • Location analysis of bridges and its application in urban traffic planning in China.
  • 1984
  • A portfolio theoretic approach to multiplant location analysis
  • 1984
  • An economic analysis of industrial revenue bonds and the demand for labor
  • 1984
  • An analysis of the seemingly anomalous persistence of military dominance in governments of the southern end of South America: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Uruguay. (DOH).
  • 1984