Emerging Spatial Information Systems and Applications Spatial information systems were created manually for many years. For example, historically, the source of cholera in London in 1854 was found by John Snow, by mapping where victims of the disease lived. The graph clearly showed them to be close to the Broad Street Pump,1 one of the city’s water wells. Another example is Zipf’s Law,2... Reason in Action (Collected Essays, Vol. 1)
Reason in Action collects John Finnis' work on the theory of practical reason and moral philosophy. The essays in the volume range from foundational issues of meta-ethics to the practical application of natural law theory to ethical problems such as nuclear deterrence, obscenity and free speech, and abortion and cloning.
Spatial Simulation: Exploring Pattern and Process
A ground-up approach to explaining dynamic spatial modelling for an interdisciplinary audience.
Across broad areas of the environmental and social sciences, simulation models are an important way to study systems inaccessible to scientific experimental and observational methods, and also an essential complement to...
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