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  • Data analysis ; Model ; Scale ; Space time ; Spatial aggregation ; Spatial analysis ; Statistics
  • 2001
  • China ; Cluster analysis ; Guangdong ; Metropolitan area ; Outer conurbation area ; Principal components analysis ; Rural-urban relations ; Spatial dynamics ; Urbanization
  • 2001
  • Malicious siting or unrecognised processes ? A spatio-temporal analysis of environmental conflicts in Tel-Aviv
  • 2001
  • Airport and airline choice in a multiple airport region : an empirical analysis for the San Francisco Bay area
  • 2001
  • Dying epistemologies : an analysis of home death and its critique
  • 2001
  • Data processing ; Demographic structure ; Matrix analysis ; Methodology ; Multivariate analysis ; Population census ; Socio-economic system ; United Kingdom
  • 2001
  • From theory to implementation : an analysis of the Appalachian Regional Commission's growth center policy
  • 2001
  • Distance ; Methodology ; Netherlands (The) ; Space time ; Spatial analysis
  • Sequence-alignment methods are not appropriate to measure the distances by which activities change their sequential order in activity diaries. The AA. report on the development of a position-sensitive method for activity analysis. The problem
  • 2001
  • An equilibrium analysis of the diversification of regional agriculture
  • 2001
  • The potential impact of fertility-related policies on future fertility developments in the Czech Republic : analysis based on surveys conducted in the 1990s
  • 2001
  • Analysis of hydrological processes in unstable clayey slopes
  • 2001
  • On the basis of satellite image analysis, the spreading of urban-industrial land use on Kocaeli peninsula between 1994 and 1998 could be described and predicted by means of an empirical, spatial-statistical model, using topological and topographical
  • factors. The model utilises non-parametric discriminant analysis and its validity was checked by cross-validation. The accuracy in predicting the change of land use was 77,9 percent and 77,3 percent respectively for the two validation sets. - (L'A.).
  • 2001
  • Behaviour ; Criminality ; Deprivation ; England ; Geographical information system ; Police ; Public order ; Spatial analysis ; United Kingdom ; Urban area ; Urban society
  • A sample of metropolitan police forces was asked to identify the location of their high-intensity crime areas. This paper reports the results of a GIS-based spatial analysis to try and model the location of these areas using census data. The model
  • 2001
  • Regolith ; Soil ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial variation ; Statistical analysis ; Stratigraphy ; Texas ; United States of America ; Weathering
  • 2001
  • Land ; Model ; Price fixing ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial interaction ; Urban planning ; Urban structure
  • autoregression with a switching regression to incorporate both association and heterogeneity as part of the analysis. Using Sendai City (Japan) as a case study, the AA. use local statistics of spatial association to assist in the exploration and definition
  • 2001
  • Preferences for housing, jobs, and commuting : a mixed logit analysis
  • 2001
  • Terrain analysis and data modeling for alpine glacier mapping
  • 2001
  • Mountain glaciers at the end of the twentieth century : global analysis in relation to climate and water cycle
  • 2001
  • Discriminant analysis ; Land use ; Landslide ; Multivariate analysis ; Pyrénées ; Slope ; Slope dynamics ; Slope gradient ; Spain ; Statistics
  • 2001
  • Distorted Froude-scaled flume analysis of large woody debris
  • 2001