Some theoretical and applied aspects of spatial interaction shopping models
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Written in English

Subjects:

  • Retail trade -- Mathematical models,
  • Store location -- Mathematical models

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Edition Notes

Statementby Stan Openshaw
SeriesConcepts and techniques in modern geography -- no. 4, Concepts and techniques in modern geography -- no. 4
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination38 p.
Number of Pages38
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14638893M

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  Openshaw, S, Concepts and Techniques in Modern Geography. 4: Some Theoretical and Applied Aspects of Spatial Interaction Shopping Models (Geo Abstracts, Norwich) Google Scholar Oppenheim, N, Applied Models in Urban and Regional Analysis (Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ)Cited by: A Generalized Huff Model. Authors. Daniel A. Griffith. Search for more papers by this author. 1. Daniel A. Griffith is assistant professor of geography, SUNY at Buffalo. First published: April Full publication history; DOI: /jtbx View/save citation;Cited by: Spatial Interaction Theory and Planning Models Volume 3 of Studies in Logic and the Foundations of Mathematics Volume 3 of Studies in regional science and urban economics, ISSN The theoretical basis for the family of spatial interaction models and their generation using mathematical model building techniques are well known (Wilson, , ). Indeed models based on these principles are widely used in applied studies to provide a macro- representation of cross-sectional patterns of spatial by:

Abstract. The aim of this chapter is to reflect on progress with spatial interaction modelling in a wide range of commercial environments and to focus on how applied work has fed back some important challenges to make spatial interaction models work more by: 8. Models and methods regarding the facility location via game theory are explored and applications are illustrated through economics, engineering, and physics. Mathematicians, engineers, economists and computer scientists working in theory, applications and computational aspects of facility location problems using game theory will find this book useful. spatial interaction SPATIAL INTERACTION IS A dynamic flow process from one location to another. It is a general concept that may refer to the movement of human beings such as intraurban commuters or intercontinental migrants, but may also refer to traffic in goods such as raw materials or to flows of intangibles such as information. Major work in empirical modelling has included regional input-output models, industrial complex analysis and gravity model of spatial interaction and statistical work of central place theory. The development of regional science theory was strongly influenced by contemporary trends in economic theory.

The model is a special case of the Luce choice model (Haines et al., ). A large number of extensions have been developed for the Huff gravity model, include those that incorporate store image. Each book is written by an author currently working with the technique or concept he describes. 1. Introduction to Markov chain analysis- L. Collins 2. Distance decay in spatial interactions- P.J. Taylor 3. Understanding canonical correlation analysis- D. Clark 4. Some theoretical and applied aspects of spatial interaction shopping models. Applied retail location models using spatial interaction tools It appears in an edited collection of research papers on applied and theoretical spatial analysis. Some aspects of these. A.S. Fotheringham, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 6 Theoretical Foundations of Spatial Interaction Models. Although spatial interaction models generally perform well empirically and are generally assumed to be reasonable statements of spatial behavior, the models have been criticized for not having a sound theoretical base.