CHANGING MODES OF REASONING IN SPATIAL CHOICE ANALYSIS
Papers in Regional Science, 1985, vol. 58, issue 1, 1-5
ABSTRACT In the development of regional science methodology we observe an increasing series of trends from aggregate towards disaggregate, deterministic towards probabilistic and static towards dynamic modes of reasoning. This paper attempts to discuss some major aspects of these types of transition in the field of spatial choice analysis where particular emphasis is laid on issues which have been addressed in papers presented in the sessions on ‘Recent Methodological Developments in Spatial Analysis.’
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