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  • Industrial location and spatial dependence : an empirical application
  • Analysis of variance ; Catalonia ; Industrial location ; Municipality ; Regression analysis ; Spain ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial dependence ; Spatial scale ; Territory
  • Analyse de régression ; Analyse de variance ; Analyse spatiale ; Cataluña ; Commune ; Dépendance spatiale ; Echelle spatiale ; Effet spatial ; Espagne ; Localisation industrielle ; Territoire
  • This study adopts Bayesian methods and models in order to tackle the excess of zeros, spatial and non-spatial over-dispersion, and spatial dependence simultaneously. Data for Catalonia (Spain) are used and location determinants are analysed
  • to that end. The results show that spatial effects are determinant. Additionally, over-dispersion is decomposed into an unstructured independently and identically distributed effect and a spatially structured effect.
  • 2014
  • Global sensitivity analysis of a large agent-based model of spatial opinion exchange : a heterogeneous multi-GPU acceleration approach
  • Analysis of variance ; Model ; Spatial analysis
  • Analyse de résolution de problèmes ; Analyse de susceptibilité ; Analyse de variance ; Analyse spatiale ; Echange d'opinions ; Modèle ; Modèle agent ; Unité de traitement graphique multiple
  • The objective focuses on the sensitivity analysis of large agent-based modeling of spatial opinion exchange, accelerated using multiple graphics processing units (GPUs). It is conducted using a variance-based approach, requiring numerous model runs
  • for Monte Carlo integration. Experimental results indicate GPU-accelerated general-purpose computation provides an efficacious and feasible solution for the sensitivity analysis of large agent-based models. The heterogeneous parallel computing approach
  • 2014
  • Is there really a “wrong side of the tracks”in urban areas and does it matter for spatial analysis?
  • Glasgow ; Neighbourhood ; Scotland ; Social deprivation ; Socio-economic system ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial autocorrelation ; Spatial distribution ; Spatial structure ; United Kingdom ; Urban area
  • Analyse spatiale ; Autocorrélation spatiale ; Distribution spatiale ; Déprise sociale ; Espace urbain ; Glasgow ; Quartier ; Royaume-Uni ; Scotland ; Structure socio-économique ; Structure spatiale
  • not be the basis for altering approaches to handling spatial autocorrelation.
  • 2014
  • An overview of spatial analysis of emerging infectious diseases
  • Cluster ; Disease ; Health ; Methodology ; Population ; Risk ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial distribution
  • Agent pathogène ; Analyse spatiale ; Animal ; Cluster ; Distribution spatiale ; Maladie ; Maladie infectieuse émergente ; Méthodologie ; Population ; Risque ; Santé
  • the key issues of EIDs and describes problems and opportunities for integrative quantitative geography to inform on patterns of EIDs. Issues of data quality are highlighted, as are methods of spatial analysis and forms of research communication
  • Emerging infectious diseases (EIDs) are of increasing global concern, and quantitative geography can play an important role in integrating spatial data describing drivers of disease emergence and building models of EID risk. This article lays out
  • 2014
  • Urban and rural geographies of aging : a local spatial correlation analysis of aging population measures
  • Correlation ; Depopulation ; Honshu ; Japan ; Population ; Population ageing ; Rural area ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial distribution ; Thematic mapping ; Urban area
  • Aichi ; Analyse spatiale ; Cartographie thématique ; Corrélation ; Distribution spatiale ; Dépeuplement ; Espace rural ; Espace urbain ; Honshū ; Japon ; Population ; Vieillissement de la population
  • This article investigates the spatial distribution of aging communities of the Aichi Prefecture in Japan using a standard correlation analysis and bivariate local spatial statistic analysis. The results suggest that using both indices allows us
  • to capture different types of aging communities in diverse contexts (e.g. depopulated rural areas, pockets of aging communities in urban areas, and growing concentrations of aging population in the suburbs). The analysis uses data sets aggregated at different
  • 2014
  • Connecticut ; Correlation ; Proximity ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial distribution ; Spatial weighting ; Statistical analysis ; Statistics ; United States of America
  • Analyse spatiale ; Analyse statistique ; Connecticut ; Corrélation ; Distribution spatiale ; Etats-Unis ; Pondération spatiale ; Proximité ; Statistique ; Type de logement ; Vernon ; co-localisation
  • types of spatial filters : fixed and adaptive. These geographically weighted colocation quotients are applied to the spatial distribution of housing types to demonstrate their utility and interpretation.
  • 2014
  • NMMI: a mass compactness measure for spatial pattern analysis of areal features
  • District ; Electoral geography ; Political geography ; Population concentration ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial distribution ; United States of America ; Wisconsin
  • Analyse spatiale ; Caractéristique aréale ; Concentration de la population ; Distribution spatiale ; District ; Découpage électoral ; Etats-Unis ; Géographie politique ; Géographie électorale ; Mesure de la masse ; Wisconsin
  • This article reports our efforts in developing a new pattern analysis method called the normalized mass moment of inertia (NMMI) that integrates both shape and nonspatial attributes into the analysis of compactness patterns. It first describes
  • 2014
  • [b1] GeoDa Center for Geospatial Analysis and Computation, School of Geographical Sciences and Uban Planning, Arizona State Univ., Tempe, Etats-Unis
  • Government quality and spatial inequality : a cross-country analysis
  • is robust to the inclusion in the analysis of additional explanatory variables that may affect both regional disparities and governance outcomes. The observed link between government quality and spatial inequality is confirmed by various robustness tests.
  • This paper examines the relationship between government quality and spatial inequality across forty-six countries over the period 1996–2006. Countries with better quality of government register lower levels of spatial inequality. This finding
  • 2014
  • European world cities and the spatial polarisation of air transport liberalisation benefits
  • Air transport ; Airline company ; Airport ; Competition ; Europe ; European Union ; Liberalisation ; Polarization ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial distribution ; Transport ; World city
  • Analyse spatiale ; Aéroport ; Compagnie aérienne ; Concurrence ; Distribution spatiale ; Europe ; Libéralisation ; Polarisation ; Transport ; Transport aérien ; Union européenne ; Ville mondiale
  • Research about the consequences of air transport liberalisation in the European Union is already substantial in amount and scope. Nevertheless, spatial implications of this liberalisation have not been fully addressed yet. By analysing information
  • from the OAG database, this paper measures the geographic concentration of air routes and seating offers supplied under competition conditions among European airports. Our analysis demonstrates that competition is mainly restricted to Euro-pean World
  • 2014
  • Canada ; Economic geography ; Household ; Metropolitan area ; Regional analysis ; Regional disparities ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial concentration ; Spatial distribution ; Wage inequality
  • Aire métropolitaine ; Analyse régionale ; Analyse spatiale ; Canada ; Concentration spatiale ; Disparités régionales ; Distribution spatiale ; Géographie économique ; Hauts revenus ; Inégalité des revenus ; Ménage
  • spatial shifts observed is the growing concentration of high-income groups in energy-rich Western Canada, where Calgary has become the most unequal city in the country.
  • 2014
  • Vulnerability-in-production: a spatial history of nature, affluence, and fire in Oakland, California
  • California ; Fire ; Landscape ; Nineteenth Century ; Regional development ; Spatial analysis ; Twentieth Century ; United States of America ; Vulnerability
  • Analyse historique ; Analyse spatiale ; California ; Développement régional ; Etats-Unis ; Feu ; Modification du paysage ; Oakland ; Paysage ; Siècle 19 ; Siècle 20 ; Vulnérabilité
  • Using the 1991 Oakland Hills Firestorm (Tunnel) as a starting point for analysis, this article argues for the dedicated application of spatial history analysis to vulnerability. A first spatial history section highlights how land development
  • vulnerabilities throughout the city. A third spatial history section reveals processes that undergird and connect uneven patterns of affluence and vulnerability within Oakland. It concludes that spatial–historical analysis that uses diverse data, visualizations
  • 2014
  • Canada ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial autocorrelation ; Spatial dependence ; Spatial structure ; Urban growth ; Urban hierarchy ; Urban system
  • Analyse spatiale ; Autocorrélation spatiale ; Canada ; Croissance urbaine ; Dépendance spatiale ; Hiérarchie urbaine ; Loi de Zipf ; Structure spatiale ; Système urbain
  • This article examines Zipf’s Law and Canadian urban growth. It appears that the dynamics of growth follow a deterministic process related to existing urban size, previous growth and spatial structure. Splitting the Canadian urban system into two
  • one from the other from the point of view of spatial patterns of distribution of growth rates.
  • 2014
  • Spatial heterogeneity in hedonic house price models : the case of Austria
  • Austria ; Detached house ; Housing ; Housing cost ; Real estate market ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial variation
  • Analyse spatiale ; Autriche ; Coût du logement ; Coût hédonique ; Hétérogénéité spatiale ; Logement ; Maison individuelle ; Marché immobilier ; Variation spatiale
  • This article examines spatial heterogeneity (SH) in hedonic single-family-house price models through the case of Austria. Due to SH beyond the level of regional indicators, locally weighted regressions are proposed. Mixed geographically weighted
  • regression (MGWR) prevents the limitations of fixed effects by exploring spatially stationary and non-stationary price effects. Besides reducing prediction errors, it is concluded that global model misspecifications arise from improper selected fixed effects.
  • 2014
  • [b4] Dept. of Spatial Economics, VU Univ., Amsterdam, Pays-Bas
  • Declining inner suburbs? A longitudinal-spatial analysis of large metropolitan regions in Canada
  • Canada ; Household ; Housing ; Housing cost ; Income ; Inner city ; Large city ; Metropolitan area ; Owner-occupier ; Rent ; Spatial analysis ; Suburbs ; Urban morphology
  • Aire métropolitaine ; Analyse spatiale ; Banlieue ; Canada ; Centre-ville ; Coût du logement ; Logement ; Loyer ; Morphologie urbaine ; Ménage ; Métropole ; Propriétaire-occupant ; Revenu
  • 2014
  • How ethnicity conditions the effect of oil and gas on civil conflict : a spatial analysis of Africa from 1990 to 2010
  • Africa ; Conflict ; Ethnicity ; Geological deposit ; Location ; Natural gas ; Natural resources ; Oil ; Political geography ; Spatial analysis ; Violence
  • Afrique ; Analyse spatiale ; Conflit ; Ethnicité ; Gaz naturel ; Gisement ; Géographie politique ; Localisation ; Pétrole ; Ressource naturelle ; Violence
  • 2014
  • Industry classification considering spatial distribution of manufacturing activities
  • Agglomeration ; Classification ; Factor analysis ; Industrial branch ; Industry ; South Korea ; Spatial concentration ; Spatial distribution
  • Agglomération ; Analyse factorielle ; Branche industrielle ; Classification ; Concentration spatiale ; Corée du Sud ; Distribution spatiale ; Industrie
  • Distribution spatiale des activités industrielles en Corée réparties en branches industrielles. Cent soixante-deux unités administratives de Corée et 180 branches industrielles sont analysés. L'association des branches individuelles est examiné
  • compte tenu de leur distribution spatiale, mesurée par leur concentration et leur agglomération. La classification est menée à l'aide d'une analyse factorielle pour identifier les branches qui peuvent être regroupées selon les caractéristiques de cette
  • distribution spatiale. L'analyse identifie cinq groupes majeurs d'industries.
  • 2014
  • Explaining the spatial variation in homeownership rates : results for German regions
  • Acquiring property ; Germany ; Household ; Housing ; Housing cost ; Housing market ; Regional disparities ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial dependence ; Spatial variation
  • Accession à la propriété ; Allemagne ; Analyse spatiale ; Coût du logement ; Disparités régionales ; Dépendance spatiale ; Logement ; Marché du logement ; Ménage ; Variation spatiale
  • 2014
  • [b1] Institute for Spatial and Housing Economics, Univ., Muenster, Allemagne
  • A dynamic spatial weight matrix and localized space-time autoregressive integrated moving average for network modeling
  • England ; London ; Matrix analysis ; Space time ; Spatial autocorrelation ; Spatial dynamics ; Spatial weighting ; Statistics ; Transport network ; United Kingdom ; Urban traffic ; Urban transport
  • Autocorrélation spatiale ; Calcul matriciel ; Dynamique spatiale ; England ; Espace-temps ; London ; Pondération spatiale ; Royaume-Uni ; Réseau de transports ; Statistique ; Trafic urbain ; Transport urbain
  • Il s'agit de décrire l'autocorrélation dans des données de réseau avec une matrice dynamique spatiale pondérée et un modèle STARIMA qui capture l'auto-corrélation locale et dynamique. Test avec des données relatives au trafic dans le centre de
  • 2014
  • China ; Index ; Industrial concentration ; Industrial production ; Industry ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial autocorrelation ; Spatial concentration
  • Analyse spatiale ; Autocorrélation spatiale ; Chine ; Concentration industrielle ; Concentration spatiale ; Indice ; Industrie ; Industrie manufacturière ; Inégalités spatiales ; Production industrielle ; Quotient de localisation
  • This article measures geographical concentration of China's manufacturing industries by incorporating traditional indexes of inequality and measures of spatial autocorrelation at the global level and by applying and comparing the focal location
  • quotient (FLQ), to the local Moran's I. At the global level, the results show that this combination indexes could serve as useful dependent variables in modeling agglomeration effects across industries. At the local level, specific spatial patterns
  • 2014
  • Sex offender residential movement patterns : a Markov chain analysis
  • Hamilton ; Housing ; Legislation ; Mobility ; Ohio ; Social geography ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial dynamics ; United States of America
  • Analyse spatiale ; Changement résidentiel ; Dynamique spatiale ; Délinquant sexuel ; Etats-Unis ; Géographie sociale ; Hamilton ; Logement ; Législation ; Mobilité ; Ohio ; Zone d'interdiction
  • This article analyzes residential movement patterns of registered sex offenders in Hamilton County, Ohio, over a three-year period (2005–2007). Results indicate a 46 percent reduction in offenders violating spatial restriction zone policy
  • 2014
  • [b2] Geographic Information Systems and Spatial Analysis Laboratory, Drexel Univ., Philadelphia, Etats-Unis