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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...

Single and Multiscale Models of Process Spatial Heterogeneity Early View

  • Journal: Geographical Analysis
  • Authors: Levi John Wolf, Taylor M. Oshan, A. Stewart Fotheringham
  • Published Date: Nov 10, 2017

Recent work in local spatial modeling has affirmed and broadened interest in multivariate local spatial analysis. Two broad approaches have emerged: Geographically Weighted Regression...

A Modified DBSCAN Clustering Method to Estimate Retail Center Extent Early View

  • Journal: Geographical Analysis
  • Authors: Michalis Pavlis, Les Dolega, Alex Singleton
  • Published Date: Sep 21, 2017

This research introduces a new method for the identification of local retail agglomerations within Great Britain, implementing a modification of the established density based spatial...

A Topological Representation for Taking Cities as a Coherent Whole Early View

  • Journal: Geographical Analysis
  • Authors: Bin Jiang
  • Published Date: Sep 14, 2017

A city is a whole, as are all cities in a country. Within a whole, individual cities possess different degrees of wholeness, defined by Christopher Alexander as a life‐giving order or...

Stochastic Efficiency of Bayesian Markov Chain Monte Carlo in Spatial Econometric Models: An Empirical Comparison of Exact Sampling Methods Early View

  • Journal: Geographical Analysis
  • Authors: Levi John Wolf, Luc Anselin, Daniel Arribas‐Bel
  • Published Date: Sep 06, 2017

Spatial econometric specifications pose unique computational challenges to Bayesian analysis, making it difficult to estimate models efficiently. In the literature, the main focus has been...

An Area‐Based Approach for Estimating Extreme Precipitation Probability Early View

  • Journal: Geographical Analysis
  • Authors: Peng Gao, Gregory J. Carbone, Junyu Lu, Diansheng Guo
  • Published Date: Nov 19, 2017

Accurate estimates of heavy rainfall probabilities reduce loss of life, property, and infrastructure failure resulting from flooding. NOAA's Atlas‐14 provides point‐based precipitation...

Bayesian Spatial Filtering for Hedonic Models: An Application for the Real Estate Market Early View

  • Journal: Geographical Analysis
  • Authors: Pilar Gargallo, Jesús Angel Miguel, Manuel Juan Salvador
  • Published Date: Oct 04, 2017

This article presents a Bayesian method based on spatial filtering to estimate hedonic models for dwelling prices with geographically varying coefficients. A Bayesian Adaptive Sampling...

Evolving Location Analytics for Service Coverage Modeling Early View

  • Journal: Geographical Analysis
  • Authors: Alan T. Murray
  • Published Date: Nov 07, 2017

Among the wide range of geographic analysis methods are service coverage models. These location analytic approaches have been invaluable for better understanding existing (and past)...

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