Using Raster Based Solutions to Identify Spatial Economic Agglomerations
The efficient economic activities incline to be concentrated in space, and therefore there is an increased attention over the forces of spatial economic agglomerations and the role of location in economic development. This paper proposes some solutions to automate the identification of spatial agglomerations and their intensities, function on the spatial distribution of items in the geographical areas. The software components developed to accomplish this task are Geographic Information Systems specific tools.
Volume (Year): 17 (2013)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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