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A considerable amount of the required information in risk and emergency management is geographical, but this information does not always reach the right actors at the right time, so how can geographical information be organised in such a way that it supports risk and emergency management more...
This paper examines how the use of spatial analysis techniques and geographic information systems may assist in developing a more complete understanding of underlying solutions trends and properties in complex optimization problems. In the model, an attacker with multiple attractive targets and...
Social area classifications group areas on the basis of social or socio-economic similarity into cluster units which define their demographic and social characteristics. The methods used to create these systems combine geographic thought and theory with statistical manipulations of multivariate...
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