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  • On the uniqueness and existence of equilibrium points in an urban retail model
  • 1983
  • Presentation of a simple technique to overcome several classical problems due to the irregular geographical patterns of urban agglomerations. The proposed algorithm is tested through different techniques of classification applied to a Belgian urban
  • 1983
  • Second-order analysis of point patterns: the case of Chicago as a multi-center urban region
  • 1983
  • Equilibrium points in an urban retail model and their connection with dynamical models
  • 1983
  • Travel probability fields and urban spatial structure: 1. Theory
  • 1983
  • Managing urban growth patterns is essential for an economic and demographic development process which maximizes public and private investments in the urban environment. This paper presents the results of a modelling design effort to link a hybrid
  • 1983
  • Landsat digital enhancements for change detection in urban environments
  • 1983
  • headings, viz.: orientation (4 maps), natural environment (25), settlement structure (12), population structure (11), economic structure (15), infrastructure (15) and urban structure (10). (AJC).
  • 1983
  • This document has been written within the framework of the project Theoretical and methodological implications of the Marxist Critical Geography. The object of inquiry has been current Marxist approaches to regional-urban studies. The critique
  • 1983
  • 8 articles: 1. The boundaries of a nodal region as a factor in the formation of its territorial structure, 2. The problem of delimiting an urbanized area (with reference to the Moscow region), 3. Types of interaction between transport routes
  • 1983
  • Specification and calibration of spatial interaction models. A contingency-table perspective and an application to intra-urban migration in Rotterdam in Migration and small area population forecasting.
  • 1983
  • Location theory and urban dynamics in 22nd European congress, Groningen, 1982.
  • 1983
  • -sectional productivity equations show that capital intensity accounts for much of the urban productivity advantage. Measures of business services, localization effects, congestion, infrastructure, and labor quality are then included in the equations
  • 1983