By Fernando Bacao, Maribel Yasmina Santos, Marco Painho
This is a e-book is a suite of articles that may be submitted as complete papers to the AGILE annual overseas convention. those papers wade through a rigorous evaluation procedure and record unique and unpublished basic medical examine. these released disguise major study within the area of geographic details technology platforms. This yr the focal point is on geographic info technology as an enabler of smarter towns and groups, therefore we predict contributions that aid visualize the function and contribution of GI technological know-how of their development.
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Washington]], that provide a different text to be shown (Washington in this example), are taken into consideration the same way. By parsing all pages in this fashion, we built a collection of links, covering all pairs of pages that link to each other. org/sparql. org. 7 The distance has been calculated as great circle distance assuming a spherical Earth. The errors introduced by this simpliﬁcation should be negligible in the context of this study. 6 Central Places in Wikipedia 41 4 Dataset Characteristics As of November 14, 2014, the dataset we retrieved in the way described in the previous section consists of 242,896 georeferenced subjects in the English language edition of Wikipedia.
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C. edu © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015 F. Bação et al. 1007/978-3-319-16787-9_3 35 36 C. Keßler villages based on principles of market areas, transportation, and socio-political interactions between settlements. , a city). These purely spatial explanations of Central Place Theory were later extended to take economic considerations, such as competition, into account (Lösch 1954). Sizes and market areas of the respective settlements are not ﬁxed, but rather depend on population density, locations of natural features and resources, and other factors.