Getis A, 1984, "Interaction modeling using second-order analysis" Environment and Planning A 16(2) 173 – 183
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Interaction modeling using second-order analysis
Received 4 May 1982; in revised form 14 March 1983
Abstract. After the author has reviewed second-order theory for map-pattern analysis, he sets forth an approach for the study of interaction where spatial structure is implicitly built into various pattern models. The models are models of clustering when all members of the cluster are centered at one point. A density analysis is proposed where spatial autocorrelation may be discerned. An example using population distribution in East Anglia, 1971, is given along with comparisons to a central place model.
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