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Bi‐objective Model for Optimal Number and Size of Circular Facilities Early View

  • Journal: Geographical Analysis
  • Authors: Masashi Miyagawa
  • Published Date: Jun 20, 2016

This article presents a bi‐objective model for determining the number and size of finite size facilities. The objectives are to minimize both the average closest distance to facilities and...

Can Dasymetric Mapping Significantly Improve Population Data Reallocation in a Dense Urban Area? Early View

  • Journal: Geographical Analysis
  • Authors: Jose M. Pavía, Isidro Cantarino
  • Published Date: Aug 30, 2016

The issue of reallocating population figures from a set of geographical units onto another set of units has received a great deal of attention in the literature. Every other day, a new...

Prioritizing Disaster Mapping Tasks for Online Volunteers Based on Information Value Theory Early View

  • Journal: Geographical Analysis
  • Authors: Yingjie Hu, Krzysztof Janowicz, Helen Couclelis
  • Published Date: Oct 13, 2016

In recent years, online volunteers have played important roles in disaster response. After a major disaster, hundreds of volunteers are often remotely convened by humanitarian...

W Function: A New Distance‐Based Measure of Spatial Distribution of Economic Activities Early View

  • Journal: Geographical Analysis
  • Authors: Pavel Kukuliač, Jiří Horák
  • Published Date: Nov 16, 2016

Distance‐based methods are applied in various fields of research. In this paper, a new relative distance‐based method, the W function, is introduced. This method contributes to the...

Regional Coverage Maximization: Alternative Geographical Space Abstraction and Modeling Early View

  • Journal: Geographical Analysis
  • Authors: Daoqin Tong, Ran Wei
  • Published Date: Nov 21, 2016

Analysis results are often found to vary with the way we abstract geographical space. When continuous geographic phenomena are abstracted, processed, and stored in a digital environment,...

Radon Predictions with Geographical Information System Covariates: From Spatial Sampling to Modeling Early View

  • Journal: Geographical Analysis
  • Authors: Sandra De Iaco, Sabrina Maggio, Monica Palma
  • Published Date: Nov 27, 2016

Radon (Rn) is a potentially toxic gas in soil which may affect human health. Assessing Rn levels in soil gas usually requires enormous efforts in terms of time and costs, since the...

Monocentricity and Directional Heterogeneity: A Conditional Parametric Approach Early View

  • Journal: Geographical Analysis
  • Authors: Ramon Oller, Joan Carles Martori, Rafa Madariaga
  • Published Date: Dec 04, 2016

The basic monocentric city model implies a decreasing relationship between distance to the Central Business District and outcome variables such as population density, housing prices, land...

A Socio‐Geographic Perspective on Human Activities in Social Media Early View

  • Journal: Geographical Analysis
  • Authors: Ding Ma, Mats Sandberg, Bin Jiang
  • Published Date: Feb 01, 2017

Location‐based social media make it possible to understand social and geographic aspects of human activities. However, previous studies have mostly examined these two aspects separately...

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