A Disaggregated model of urban spatial structure: theoretical framework
University of Cambridge, Department of Architecture, 1973 - History - 64 pages
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The mathematical model
Inputs and outputs
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activity type belonging to household belonging to income computed Cost of journey cost of transport defined demand for land DISTANCE MATRIX employee in income employees in zone entropy maximizing equation II.4 equilibrium frequency of trips group h household income _zf household income group households in income housing group housing sector housing type h income bracket income group _zf iteration Lagrangian multipliers land available land sub-model land value living in zone location cost macro-scale matrix mean cost mean income micro-scale approach mode of transport monthly frequency number of employees parameter partition function perfect competition probability distribution proportional probability rent paying ability sector h service employment socio-economic group y_ Substituting the information supply of land total demand total number transformation transport availability transport cost transport mode transport to services travelling by mode trips to services urban spatial structure zone _i