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Handbook of Applied Spatial Analysis By Jeremy Nichols
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The Handbook is written for academics, researchers, practitioners and advanced graduate students. It has been designed to be read by those new or starting out in the field of spatial analysis as well... More > as by those who are already familiar with the field. The chapters have been written in such a way that readers who are new to the field will gain important overview and insight. At the same time, those readers who are already practitioners in the field will gain through the advanced and/or updated tools and new materials and state-of-the-art developments included< Less
Reading and Constructing Spatial Narratives By Christina Calabrese
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Together, this analysis and speculation of literary, visual, and audiovisual spatial narratives illuminates confrontations between the changing city and its quotidian outlets for correspondence by... More > proposing alternative means through which to navigate these confrontations.< Less
Space and Spatialization In Contemporary Music: History and Analysis, Ideas and Implementations By Maria Anna Harley
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This dissertation presents the history of space in the musical thought of the 20th­ century (from Kurth to Clifton, from Varese to Xenakis) and outlines the development of spatialization in the... More > theory and practice of contemporary music (after 1950). The text emphasizes perceptual and temporal aspects of musical spatiality, thus reflecting the close connection of space and time in human experience. A new definition of spatialization draws from Ingarden's notion of the musical work; a typology of spatial designs embraces music for different acoustic environments, movements of performers and audiences, various positions of musicians in space, etc. The study of spatialization includes a survey of the composers's writings (lves, Boulez, Stockhausen, Cage, etc.) and an examination of their works. The final part presents three unique approaches to spatialization: Brant's simultaneity of sound layers, Xenakis's movement of sound, and Schafer's music of ritual and soundscape.< Less
Space and Spatialization in Contemporary Music: History and Analysis, Ideas and Implementations By Maria Anna Harley
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This dissertation presents the history of space in the musical thought of the 20th­ century (from Kurth to Clifton, from Varese to Xenakis) and outlines the development of spatialization in the... More > theory and practice of contemporary music (after 1950). The text emphasizes perceptual and temporal aspects of musical spatiality, thus reflecting the close connection of space and time in human experience. A new definition of spatialization draws from Ingarden's notion of the musical work; a typology of spatial designs embraces music for different acoustic environments, movements of performers and audiences, various positions of musicians in space, etc. The study of spatialization includes a survey of the composers's writings (lves, Boulez, Stockhausen, Cage, etc.) and an examination of their works. The final part presents three unique approaches to spatialization: Brant's simultaneity of sound layers, Xenakis's movement of sound, and Schafer's music of ritual and soundscape.< Less
Spatial Data Management By Shakryah Eugeno
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Although the evolution of spatial data management was mainly driven by the need to provide efficient support for the ever-increasing volume of spatial information, in applications such as GIS or LBS,... More > the resulting indexing and query evaluation techniques find application in non-spatial data management as well. In many applications, data can be modeled as low-dimensional points in a feature space; then, spatial data management can be used to facilitate search or analysis. Areas where spatial data management technology is commonly applied include data mining and warehousing, multimedia information systems, bioinformatics, and scientific data analysis. For example, nearest neighbor retrieval, a classic spatial operator, is directly used in classic data mining tasks such as clustering and classification. In addition, Computational Geometry textbooks expose numerous cases of modeling data as high dimensional objects and using geometric search operations to search them.< Less
GPS to LRM: Integration of Spatial Point Features with Linear Referencing Methods By Xavier Witdouck
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Global positioning systems (GPS) offer a cost-effective and efficient method to input and update transportation data. The spatial location of objects provided by GPS is easily integrated... More > into geographic information systems (GIS). The storage, manipulation, and analysis of spatial data are also relatively simple in a GIS, since location, expressed in terms of coordinates, has the advantage of universal spatial applicability. However, many data storage and reporting methods at state departments of transportation and other transportation agencies rely on linear referencing methods (LRMs); consequently, GPS data must be able to link with linear referencing.< Less
Agriculture in a regional, spatial and dynamic context: An agent-based representation of policy response By martin damgaard
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The reform of the CAP introduced significant changes for the European agricultural sector. The implications of the change on the structure of farms in the European landscape have been the epicentre... More > from which the research originates. Here particularly with a focus on the spatial and temporal results of different CAP reform options. Therefore the incorporation of Geographic Information System into the applied agent-based model AgriPoliS has been a part of the present study. Furthermore an extensive analysis of the spatial sensitivity of the model has been performed showing the model to be stable in its results. Having presented an opportunity to evaluate the reliability of AgriPoliS the foundation is laid for investigating the effects different CAP-reform options have on the structural development in three European regions. The investigation of the three regions enables at the same time one to see how the same CAP reform options propagate differently within the different European regions.< Less
Agriculture in a regional, spatial and dynamic context: An agent-based representation of policy response By Martin Damgaard
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The recent reform of the CAP introduced significant changes for the European agricultural sector. The implications of the change on the structure of farms in the European landscape have been the... More > epicenter from which the research presented originates. Here particularly with a focus on the spatial and temporal results of different CAP reform options. Therefore the incorporation of Geographic Information System into the applied agent-based model AgriPoliS has been a part of the present study. Furthermore an extensive analysis of the spatial sensitivity of the model has been performed showing the model to be stable in its results. Having presented an opportunity to evaluate the reliability of AgriPoliS the foundation is laid for investigating the effects different CAP-reform options have on the structural development in three European regions. The investigation of the three regions enables at the same time one to see how the same CAP reform options propagate differently within the different European regions.< Less
Agriculture in a regional, spatial and dynamic context: An agent-based representation of policy response By Martin Damgaard
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The recent reform of the CAP introduced significant changes for the European agricultural sector. The implications of the change on the structure of farms in the European landscape have been the... More > epicenter from which the research presented originates. Here particularly with a focus on the spatial and temporal results of different CAP reform options. Therefore the incorporation of Geographic Information System into the applied agent-based model AgriPoliS has been a part of the present study. Furthermore an extensive analysis of the spatial sensitivity of the model has been performed showing the model to be stable in its results. Having presented an opportunity to evaluate the reliability of AgriPoliS the foundation is laid for investigating the effects different CAP-reform options have on the structural development in three European regions. The investigation of the three regions enables at the same time one to see how the same CAP reform options propagate differently within the different European regions.< Less
AGRICULTURAL LAND UTILIZATION AND POPULATION CHANGES IN JALGAON DISTRICT (MAHARASHTRA) : A GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS By Dr. SANJAY N. BHARAMBE
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Ever since geography developed as an academic discipline in India, agriculture and population has always been a popular theme of geographic studies. The spatial pattern of agricultural activities,... More > the complex nature of relationship between agricultural activities and the biological, economic and cultural elements that influence these activities have been the focal areas of study under Agricultural geography.< Less