Combinatorial Programming, Spatial Analysis and Planning

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Methuen, 1971 - City planning - 204 pages

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Exact methods of solving combinatorial programming
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Heuristic methods of solving combinatorial
39
Basic elements of spatiallystructured combinatorial
58
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As part of the group of geographers trained at Northwestern University in the 1960s, Allen J. Scott helped lead the quantitative movement. His use of mathematical models in spatial allocation analysis was well received. Now as professor of geography at the University of California in Los Angeles, Scott has, over the past two decades, helped define a new geography that combines rigorous statistical methods with efforts to develop broader social theory. His work on modern industrial location has been highly influential to a new generation of urban, economic, and political geographers.

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