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The association between cardiovascular disease and a pool of demographic and socioeconomic variables is analyzed, for a large Canadian city, by means of multivariate spatial regression analysis. The analysis suggests that the spatial dependence observed in the disease prevalence is driven by the...
The objective of this exploratory study is to present a new method for monitoring the dynamic changes of functional urban regions (FURs) or metropolitan areas (MAs) boundaries throughout time. The suggested approach is based on two elements: the population density and an index of transportation...
In this paper a model is formulated to estimate the strength of the relationship between household car ownership and income using cross-sectional data. Whilst reports of such studies are not uncommon in the transport literature, this study is different in that it takes explicit account of the...
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